Almost everyday we search something on our favorite search engines, be it Google, Yahoo!, MSN, etc. We ask these search engines to find websites that’s related or having relations with the keywords we entered. If we enter “kitchen appliances” in the search box, we will get the site lists which has some content related to kitchen and it’s appliances. I’m sure most of us already know that long time ago.
Yesterday, a friend which also my co-worker showed me a logo and asked me, “Do you know what is the name of font used in this logo? Perhaps you recognized a name? I need it for my presentation slides.” I said, “There are tons of fonts existed in this world, and there’s no way I can recognize which fonts is this. I doubt I can recognize this fonts. But I’ll check the internet.”
Then I started to search something to help him solve this problem. I found several font search engines. Where you can type the fonts’ name you would like to download (or buy if it’s not free) in the search box, and you’ll get the list of the fonts that named as what you typed. If you typed “Impact”, then these fonts search engines will show you the links to get it. But of course these search engines cannot help my friend. We don’t have a clue what is this fonts’ name. All we have is the logo in .PNG format.
After searching for more information about this problem, finally I found something new to myself. It’s a font search engine based on how they look in an picture file. I didn’t know this thing exists. Neat huh?
If you already know how to run your VirtualBox Virtual Machine as service, now you can run multiple VMs as service, all at once… Pretty cool isn’t it?
Here is how we are going to do that…
After days of googling and a lot of trial and errors, I finally succeed running VBoxVmService by mattz but have no luck. Then I tried another method with srvstart and Windows Service Commander explained here. It works for one Virtual Machine, but not for multiple Virtual Machines. While I need to run three Virtual Machines simultaneously. All without any user logged on! OK, enough talking, let’s start the tutorial…as service. I tried