Google Pixel- the new future of Google

The new Google Pixel is a phone we really want to love, but we've not fallen head over heels for it just yet. The design and price are questionable – but there's an awful lot of potential under the hood.

Laptopஐ பிரச்சினைகள் இன்றி பாவிப்பதற்கு சில சிறந்த வழிகள்

Registryஐ Clean செய்தல். வின்டோஸின் மிக முக்கியமான ஒரு அங்கம் Registry. laptop இல் ஏற்படும் சில பிழைகள் இப்பகுதியையும் பாதிக்கின்றது. Registryஐ Clean செய்யும் programகள் இணையத்தில் இலவசமாகவும் கிடைக்கின்றன.

உங்கள் யாஹூ கணக்கை ஜிமெயிலில் தொடர

One of the biggest and most frequently asked question online in the Internet Marketing industry is "How do I get started"

புகைப்படத்தை திறக்க பாஸ்வோர்ட் கொடுப்போம்

உங்கள் computerல் இருக்கும் சில படங்களை ஏதாவ்து ஒரு காரணத்திற்காக மற்றவர்கள் திறந்து பார்க்காமல் இருக்கத்தக்கதாக வேண்டும் என்று நினைத்ததுண்டா? அப்படியானால் மேலே படியுங்கள்.

வின்டோ எக்ஸ்புளோரரில் மெனுவில் இல்லாமல் போன போல்டெர் ஒப்சனை எவ்வாறு மீள பெறுதல்

(How to Fix Folder Options Missing in Windows Explorer) வின்டோ எக்ஸ்புளோரரில் மெனுவில் உள்ள Tool என்பதன் கீழ் வரும் Folder Options எனப்தை காணவில்லையா? இது கணணியில் நாம் அடிக்கடி எதிர்நோக்கும் பிரச்சினையாகும். அப்படி ஏற்பட்டால் பயப்படவேண்டாம். சில செயன்முறைகள் மூலம் அதை மீண்டும் தோன்றச்செய்யலாம்.

30 December, 2012

How To Find (Fix) USB Drive Letter In Windows

It may happen that Windows can not properly assign a letter to your USB Drive. In that case your USB Drive will not appear inside Windows Explorer and you won’t be able to open it on Windows. In this tutorial I will show you how to fix this problem and also assuring your that this operation is safe for data located on the USB drive.
To get started follow steps below:
Step 1: From your desktop or Start menu right mouse click on Computer icon and from context menu that appears choose Manage.
Step 2: Inside left pane under the heading Storage, left mouse click Disk Management.
Step 3: Now inside right pane click on the line corresponding to your USB drive with the right mouse button and clickExplore.
Step 4: The key is opened in the browser.
Step 5: If no letter is assigned to your USB key, click with the right mouse button on the USB drive and click Change Drive Letter and Paths.
Step 6: Click the Add button.
Step 7: Select the letter assigned to your USB drive and click OK.
Now when you close all windows and return to Windows Explorer your USB drive should appear with its own letter.

How To Increase The Battery Life Of Your Windows 7 Laptop?

The autonomy of laptops has increased incredibly over the recent years. But laptop batteries still don’t last long to support a day long working session on a single charge. However, some simple tricks can boost laptop battery life significantly. In this tutorial I will give a few tips you can apply on your Windows 7 laptop and extend its battery life.
Beyond the more obvious parameters that allow you to decide when to turn off the screen or the hard drive, there are a number of tricks by which you can extend your battery life and keep working for longer periods of time without connecting the laptop to the mains.

Tip 1: Use Hibernation Mode instead of Sleep

Keep in mind that when you’re not using your computer for hours, it is preferable to set it into Hibernation instead of Sleep. This is because the first option saves the current state of the computer and turn it off completely, while if you use the second, both the CPU and memory maintain some activities and consume your battery power.

Tip 2: Disable Wi-Fi connectivity

All laptops have integrated Wi-Fi card which is used to connect to internet. While it will be essential for us browse the internet, download email and perform other essential activities, there will be times when we will be more focused on writing documents and perform tasks that don’t require internet.
At this point, keep in mind that, if you’re not using your wireless connection, it will consume a substantial amount of energy from your battery. Consequently, turn the Wi-Fi connectivity off when you’re not using the internet.
If you need to visit certain website’s frequently, to save even more power on your battery I suggest you to download the content from that website on your laptop hard drive while it is connected on main power supply. Later, when you need to open that website, you can browse it in off-line mode. In this case, application called HTTrack Website Copier is an excellent solution which is completely free and available for all Windows versions.
The same thing applies to email. If you have certain emails with some important data you need to have with you all the time, instead of being connected to internet all the time to get access to those emails use an email client like Mozilla Thunderbird or Microsoft Outlook and download all your emails into your hard drive.
Laptops often also offer connectivity via Bluetooth, infrared and other types of connection that also drain the battery. Since it makes no sense to keep them active all the time, turn them off when not needed.

Tip 3: Turn off unnecessary applications and sounds

Disabling Aero and some Windows features can incredibly increase your battery’s autonomy. The same goes for system sounds. By going to Control Panel and then choosing Hardware and Sound you can disable all sounds inside your Windows.
On the other hand, try to keep all programs that you don’t use closed. Keeping applications such as Dropbox, Live Messenger, Skype to run in the background of your system results in a slow but steady drain of energy. So as long as the software allows it, disable the option to automatically start the program every time you start the system.
In case you don’t know how to do that, click Start menu and then inside search field type msconfig, press Enter and choose Startup tab. Keep in mind that some modules that are active under Startup tab are very essential for system work, so only uncheck those that you are familiar of.
The same thing applies to system services, you can access the services by typing services inside Start menu search box. Although many of them are essential, you can turn off Windows search and others that consume a lot of battery power. The Black Viper website will offer you detailed listings of all Windows 7 services so you can easily determine if which ones you can turn off.

Tip 4: Disconnect external hardware connected to a laptop

Another big battery power consumer are external devices with USB connectivity. Because removable drives, MP3 players, USB microphones, and other peripherals are powered by the computer itself, they drain the battery slowly if you keep them connected, even if you do not use them.
So, if you regularly use data which is located on your external devices, it is preferable that you unplug those devices from your laptop when not needed. The same thing applies to CD and DVD: reading data from them increases energy consumption, so that instead of keeping the disc in its tray, copy its data to your hard drive.

Tip 5: RAM and Hard Drive

When you use applications that require more RAM than you already have installed on your computer, Windows uses the hard drive as if it were memory. A big disadvantage of this is that hard drive uses much more power than RAM so it will drain your battery power much quicker. So if you use applications that are very demanding and you want to increase your battery autonomy consider increasing your RAM capacity.
As for the hard drive, keep in mind that using Solid State Drive or SSD is a pretty good solution when it comes to laptops, because it’s not that they are only faster than standard hard drives but also consume less energy. If you plan to upgrade your hardware soon, SSD is a great choice.

How To Encrypt a USB Flash Drive In Windows 8

If you fear that someone may access your sensitive that located on USB drive you can easily protect him within Windows 8 by using Bitlocker tools. This tool is available in Windows 8 Pro and it’s quite easy to use. In this tutorial I will show you how to encrypt your USB drive using Bitlocker and then safely read your data on any computer that is running under Windows XP and higher.

To get started follow steps below
Step 1: To get started make sure your USB drive is connected with your desktop computer or laptop
Step 2: Once Windows successfully recognize USB drive, from your desktop open Computer and select your USB drive
Step 3: From top navigation you should see green Drive Tools menu and below him a Manage option. Click on Manageand few options should appear
Step 4: Click BitLocker and from drop down menu chose Turn on BitLocker
Step 5: Wait for few second while BitLocker initialize and then select a check box in front of Use a Password to Unlock the Drive
Step 6: Type in your password twice and then click Next to continue
Step 7: Windows will now ask you to back up your recovery key. This key will allow you to easily access your USB drive even if you lost or forgot your password. Choose one of three available options
Step 8: Now you need to choose how much of your drive to encrypt.
  • If you choose to encrypt only used disk space it will be faster however any new data which you add to your USB will not be encrypted
  • If you chose to encrypt entire drive it will take longer to encrypt but its way more secure even if you add new data.
Step 9: Now click Start encrypting button located at bottom right and wait for few minutes until encryption is finished
Step 10: Once the encryption is finished you should see a lock on your USB drive and when you double-click on your drive to open it a small window will open asking you to enter a password which you previously setup. Once you successfully enter the correct password you can start using data from your USB drive
Step 11: If by any chance you decide to change or remove encryption from your USB drive go to Computer and right mouse click on your USB drive icon
Step 12: From context menu choose Change Bitlocker password
Step 13: When new window opens, you have many different options to choose.
You are done! One very useful feature implemented inside Windows 8 which can help us protect our data on USB drives much better. If you have any questions or you want to share your opinions about this leave it in comment section below.

29 December, 2012

How To Protect Your USB Drive And Block Virus On It

If you are connecting your USB drive on public computers and transferring data on it, there is a big possibility that it can be infected by a virus and next time when you plug it into your computer you can easily infect him without even knowing. In order to protect your USB drive and block viruses from accessing it the solution is to create a text document on your USB drive called autorun.inf. By creating this file, a virus can not infiltrate our USB drive because it creates the same files to run, but can not save it because the same file already exist.

To prevent the virus from modifying or deleting your files on USB drive follow steps below:
Step 1: Open Notepad app in your Windows. Leave the file empty, click File and from drop down menu choose Save As.
Step 2: For its name type autorun.inf and save it to your USB drive. NOTE: It is important that this file is not created within a folder, it must be in the root of your USB drive.
Step 3: Next click Start menu, inside search field type Run and press Enter on your keyboard.
Step 4: Inside Run window type command cmd and click OK.
Step 5: When Command Prompt window opens up, type in following command: Attrib +h +s +r -a and then type the path to file you created in Step 2. In my example it will be: Attrib +h +s +r -a G:autorun.inf where G is the USB drive letter.
Now you can forget about these files and you can be sure that your USB drive wont be infected.

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