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.

29 October, 2016

How to deactivate your Facebook account

How to deactivate your account

Deactivating your account temporarily means you have the option to return to Facebook whenever you want.
  1. Click the downward arrow at the top right of any Facebook page
  2. Select "Settings"
  3. Click "Security" in the left column
  4. Choose "Deactivate your account", then follow the steps to confirm
If  you deactivate your account your profile won’t be visible to other people on Facebook and people won’t be able to search for you, but some information, such as messages you sent to friends, may still be visible to others.
If decide you'd like to go back to Facebook, you can reactivate your account at any time by logging in with your email and password. Your profile will be restored in its entirety.

How to permanently delete your Facebook account

How to permanently delete your account

If you don't think you'll use Facebook again, you can request to have your account permanently deleted. However, after an account has been deleted it won't be possible to reactivate your account or retrieve anything you've shared on your profile.

Before you do this, you may want to download a copy of your information from Facebook:
  1. Click the downward arrow at the top right of any Facebook page
  2. Select "Settings"
  3. Click on the link at the bottom of the main menu that says “Download a copy of your Facebook data”.
Then you need to go to, click on "Delete my account", then follow the steps to confirm.
It may take up to 90 days for Facebook to delete all of the things you've posted, like your photos, status updates or other data stored in backup systems. While Facebook is deleting this information, it is inaccessible to other people using the social network.
Some of the things you do on Facebook aren’t stored in your account. For example, a friend may still have messages from you in their inbox. That information will remain even after you delete your account, so you will need to contact the recipients of you want it removed.

How to Download YouTube Videos Using VLC Player

1- Use this method if you have VLC Player installed on your computer. VLC Player is a popular media player, and there's a good chance that you already have it installed. You can use VLC Player to access the actual video file on YouTube's servers, allowing you to download it directly to your computer.[1]
  • You can install VLC Player for free from The program is open-source and free, and no one profits from you installing it.
  • This method is recommended if you don't want to have to deal with ads, extensions, or the command line. The video will also download in the highest possible quality.

2- Copy the URL of the video you want to download. Go to the YouTube website and copy the address of the video you want to download. Make sure to copy the entire URL.

3- Open VLC Player. Once you have the URL copied, launch VLC Player.

4- Click the "Media" menu and select "Open Network Stream." This will open a new window.

5- Paste the YouTube video's URL into the field. Make sure the entire URL got copied.

6- Click "Play" to start streaming the video. The video will begin playing in VLC.

7- Click "Tools" and select "Codec Information." You can also press Ctrl/ Command+J.

8- Right-click the text in the "Location" field at the bottom and click "Select All."This will select everything in the field.

9- Copy the selected text. Either right-click the selection and choose "Copy," or press Ctrl/ Command+C.

10- Open a new browser tab and paste the copied text. This will load the video directly in your browser.

11- Right-click the video in your browser and select "Save video as." This will open the Save As window.

12- Give the video a name and select a location. By default, video will be named "videoplayback." You can change this to whatever you'd like and select where you want to save it.

13- Save the video. The video will be downloaded to your computer at the highest quality and saved to the location you specified.

28 October, 2016

How to Download YouTube Videos Using Website

Using a YouTube Downloader Website

1- Choose a downloader. You can use YouTube downloader websites from your computer or using your Android's browser. As of writing, these sites don't work on iOS devices because there's no way to save the video directly to your device. Popular sites include Keepvid, Savido, Clipconverter, Videograbby.
  • Consider installing an ad blocker. Many YouTube downloader sites have lots of ads, and some can be create misleading pop-ups or install other adware on your machine.
  • The process for installing an ad blocker varies depending on the browser you are using. See Block Internet Ads for detailed instructions on installing an ad blocking extension for your browser.

2- Open the video you want to download. Visit YouTube and open the page for the video that you want to download. Keep the tab with the video open for now.
  • If you're on an Android device, you can open the video in your YouTube app.

3- Open the downloader website in another tab. Open a new tab and navigate to the YouTube downloader of your choice. There are several popular options, and most will provide multiple quality options.

4- Copy the URL of the YouTube video. Switch back to the tab with your YouTube video and copy the entire address from the address bar. If you're using the YouTube app on your device, tap the "Share" button and then tap "Copy link."

5- Paste the video's URL into the field on the downloader website. All of the sites listed above will have a single text field in the center of the page. Paste the video's URL into this field.

6- Click or tap the "Download" button. This will process the video and load a new page with the download links.
  • Note: If you're using, the video will begin downloading automatically in MP4 format at the highest quality available.

7- Find the format and quality download option that best fits your needs. Most downloader sites will provide multiple download options for your video. The majority of these will be in MP4 format, which is the best format for playing the video on other devices. Choose the MP4 format if you intend to sync the video with your iPad or iPhone.
  • There will be multiple quality options as well as files that are Video Only or Audio Only. The highest quality file that will contain both video and audio is the 720p (1280x720) option. Even if the video is available in 1080p, you'll have to download the video and audio separately due to the way YouTube processes these videos.
  • If you just want the audio from the YouTube video, find the MP3 option.

8- Click the link to download the video. If the video starts playing in your browser, go back, right-click the link, and select "Save link as." The video file will begin downloading to your computer or Android device.

9- Play your video. Once the video is finished downloading, you can open it in your media player. If you're having difficulty getting the video to play, try a free open-source media player alternative like VLC Player or MPC-HC. These programs accept multiple file formats and should be able to play your video if the file downloaded correctly.

27 October, 2016

How to Download YouTube Videos Using

How to Download YouTube Videos Using

1- Search for and open Yout. Yout is a website which quickly and easy takes a youtube URL, creates a new "yout" URL in its place and allows users to download mp4s (videos) or mp3s (audio). The service is web-based and free up to certain MB count.

2- Find your video URL and paste it to Yout. Yout's homepage is very simple and contains a text field for a video URL in the center.

3- Wait for Yout to redirect you the new URL. Yout will create a new URL (replacing "youtube" with "yout"). Once you're there, you'll have the option to export the video as either an mp4 (video) or an mp3 (audio only).

Journey to $100 a Day w/ Youtube Adsense

On all my past journey's I have been beating round the bush. Meaning, I have been focusing too much on affilaite marketing. Although profitable, I know the ins and outs of youtube; so why am I not focusing on adsense?

So that's what I did.

In the past 5 days, I posted 5 videos (not related to affiliate marketing) on my channel.

The first thing I noticed was my audience retention skyrocketed. This meant I was gaining ranks REALLY fast.

my realtime views (last 48 hours) used to be around 4,000 views. Now it's 12,000+ and counting this change occurred in the last 3-2 days.

You don't and shouldnt need to buy views.

I made a more in depth guide about buying views, how to rank and audience retention:

Here are my adsense earnings for the past 7 days


And now that I have changed my video style, I will see some big improvements on views and earnings.

I'm from England, but I will keep earnings on dollars ($) so it's easier for everyone to estimate earnings for their own currency.

I should note that I am now trying to upload 1 video a day.

Currently at approx 14,000 subs.

14 videos, only about 8 are generating a lot of views, most of which are from the video I upload a few days ago!

Thanks for following!

25 October, 2016

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How To Make Money Online - Getting Started

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

Most people, acquire a cheap "Make money online" E-book and then they read half way through it and think "well this helped me none.. I just don't understand".

I know some people will disagree, but breaking into Internet Marketing and being successful takes determination and is very hard to do.

FIRST OFF: I see too many people trying to just make money. They're only in it for the money and only want to make some sales.

This is a big problem. Why?

No one comes online looking to randomly buy things. Everyone is looking for an answer to a problem they're having or looking for a solution to something. Remember.. your job is not to make a sale but to solve someone's problem and in turn.. that is what will make you a sale.

So what do you need to make money online?

#1: You need a clue.
Anyone can search google for answers to making money online, but you've got to have an understanding of what you're doing or you'll always be running around searching for answers.

#2: You need a plan/idea.
Brainstorm! You need to have a mapped out vision in your head of your business. Do you plan on purchasing a domain and starting a product on dog health care, buying domains and selling them, selling home made materials on e-bay, writing articles, etc. There are so many options out there for what you want to do, but you've got to have an idea and a plan before you can start making money. Brainstorm in your head and think to yourself..

"What am I good at?"
"What am I knowledgeable about?"
"What is something I really enjoy doing/talking about?"
"How do I plan on providing information on this product?"

#3: You need a website.
Unless you plan on marketing to forums and groups (which isn't a very well played out business plan) you need to establish a website. Before you start thinking "I have no money for a website". You can always start a blogger.

If you're looking at starting a website, I would highly recommend Host Gator to beginners and novice marketers. The options of managing/running your website are great and at such a low cost, it's hard for me to refuse Host Gator when ever I plan on getting a website.

Hosting at Host Gator starts out at $4.95 so this is great for a beginner's website or just starting out.

Now comes the part I had trouble with when I began. Website Design/Website creation. I am not a HTML savvy guy.. believe me. While I am sure there are many sources you could hire for you to create your website, I believe everyone should learn to create their own material at one point or another.

You need a website with an easy design/layout because anything hard to read or something that doesn't look professional will have a much lower conversion rate than what you hope for.

Remember, when you're writing your sales copy/creating your product... you're speaking out to people that have a problem and are in need of a solution.

Make Money E-Book - People are broke.. who wants to be broke?
Train Your Dog E-Book - A loud and undisciplined dog is a danger to you and everyone around you.
A Guide To Smart Car Buying - Learn to save gas and to save earth

Do you see what I am saying? You have to speak to people in the certain niche you're trying to sell in, because you're trying to fix a problem someone has or answer a question that someone has.

In my opinion, fear and hype are two of the biggest sellers there are.

Trying to sell a vehicle? Examine your audience.. a young man will be interested in something fast and loud and will want to impress the ladies in his hot new ride. You have to know who you're selling too and get them hyped, because a hungry crowd always comes back for more.

Don't get me wrong now.. I am not saying a website is the only way you will ever make money period, I am just saying that this is probably the best way to create an automated source of income.

#4: Patience/Consistence.
If making money online was as easy as snapping your fingers.. everyone would be e-millionaires.
So many people quit trying once they find out how much work is actually involved in creating an online business and being good at what you do. You have got to keep consistent.

You've got a killer website but no sales, why not?
Get inside your market's head and view your website not from your point of view but theirs. Do not think "how will this make me money" but "will this solve my problem"?

Be consistent and always add new fresh content and possibly new products to keep your customers/readers coming back for more. A hungry crowd can never get enough no matter how much they spend.

Now then, here are some suggestions as to when you do get a business up and running, but are not mandatory.

If someone opts in to your e-mail list.. chances are.. they're interested in what you've got or curious. A lot of websites don't offer a chance to opt in to an e-mail list and a lot of money is to be made off this. A lot of people who see a website once won't purchase something because they simply don't know the source. A couple of e-mails possibly sending out some free methods/tactics or newsletters might change Curious George into a buyer.

Remember.. Internet Marketing is not an overnight task.

You can either sell your own or someone else's product.

If you're new to the game.. I don't recommend purchasing any products, because I guarantee you that 75% of the information you just paid for can be found on a forum for free.

The more consistent you are, the more determined you are, the more it will show. Don't give up just because you don't hit the lottery over night because like I said.. if making money online was truly "That easy", everyone would be doing it.

Until next time.
Corey Geer

18 October, 2016

Windows 7 Ultimate SP1 Pre-Activated August 2016

Windows 7 was primarily intended to be an incremental upgrade to the operating system, intending to address criticisms faced by its predecessor, Windows Vista (such as performance improvements), whilst maintaining compatibility with hardware and software designed for Vista. Windows 7 Service Pack 1 (SP1) is an important update that includes previously released security, performance, and stability updates for Windows 7.
SP1 also includes new improvements to features and services in Windows 7, such as improved reliability when connecting to HDMI audio devices, printing using the XPS Viewer, and restoring previous folders in Windows Explorer after restarting.
Language is US English

16 October, 2016

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.

Nexus is dead. Pixel is king. Say hello to the Google Pixel, a handset ushering in a new era of the search giant's smartphone range.
It arrives alongside the larger (and even more expensive) Google Pixel XL, as the firm doubles up on devices for another year.
The Pixel takes over from 2015's Nexus 5X as the smaller offering in Google's lineup. The thing is, it hasn't inherited its predecessor's price point, with the new Pixel sporting a decidedly more premium tag.

It comes in two variants, 32GB and 128GB, with the smaller storage option costing you a lofty $649, £599, AU$1,079. Meanwhile the Google Pixel price for the 128GB model is a staggering $749, £699, AU$1,229, pitching it against the likes of the iPhone 7, Huawei P9, HTC 10 and Samsung Galaxy S7.
In the US, it'll come exclusively to Verizon on contract for $27.08 if you don't want to pay full price, and it'll get all the day one updates, too. Don't worry, the unlocked Google Pixel at full price will be sold on the Google Store for everyone else. 

Previous Nexus devices had a leg-up over the competition with a slightly lower price tag, which helped users overlook a couple of shortcomings, but in 2016, with the new Pixel brand and a brave new price point, there's nowhere to hide.
If you've owned a Google-brand smartphone in the past you'll appreciate the no-nonsense stock Google interface – and you'll be glad to know it's business as usual on the Pixel when it comes to the Android Nougat operating system

For those who are new to Google's handsets, things may be less clear. While HTC is the firm that has actually built the device, the search giant has had a big say in what goes into the Pixel, and how it operates.
These handsets are aimed to showcase the best of Google and Android. They pack new features not seen before on the platform (Google Assistant and a best-in-class camera in the Pixel's case), and you'll be first in line for an update when a new version of Android is launched – usually weeks, if not months ahead of the likes of Samsung, LG, Sony and co.
The Google Pixel sports a first for Google's smaller smartphone – a full glass and metal body – along with a 5-inch full HD display, Snapdragon 821 processor, 4GB of RAM, 12MP rear camera, fingerprint scanner and 8MP front snapper.
On paper at least then, the Google Pixel looks to be a flagship contender – but can it live up to the hype in real life?
The design is premium, if not slightly odd. There's a metal body, but Google (and manufacturer HTC) has added a block of glass around the fingerprint scanner and camera on the rear. While it gives the Pixel a different look, the glass finish does look and feel a little like plastic.
That detracts from the overall appeal of the phone slightly, although the bottom portion of the handset is cool metal – and that's the bit which will be in contact with your palm most of the time.
The power/lock key and volume rocker fall nicely under thumb and finger on the right side of the Pixel, while the nanoSIM tray is the only blemish on the left. There's bad news for expandable storage fans though, as Google continues to shun microSD on its latest phone.
There is a silver lining, however, as Google now offers free unlimited cloud storage of all your photos and videos – at their full resolution – which means you don't need to worry about them taking up vital space on your phone.
You can pick the Google Pixel up in three colors – Quite Black, Very Silver and Really Blue. Google's had an obvious pop at Apple with the names, after the iPhone 7 arrived in 'Black' and 'Jet Black'.
Really Blue is limited edition, although Google is yet to reveal how you'll be able to get hold of it. Currently pre-orders on its site are only for the black and silver models.
There's also good news for audiophiles – Google has kept the headphone jack on the Pixel. Its placement at the top of the handset isn't our favorite location – but at least it's there.
Moving to the screen and you're greeted by a bright, clear full HD display. It's pleasant to view and everything looks great – but there are likely to be some envious looks cast by owners towards those who pick up the QHD-toting Pixel XL.
Another slight mark against the display is the fact that the new Pixel is Daydream VR-ready, which means it supports Google's new virtual reality platform. The fact that it supports Daydream isn't the issue – we're actually excited about that and the Daydream VR headset – but the display resolution isn't optimal for VR.
Those who pick up the larger, higher-resolution Pixel XL will get a better Daydream experience, simply because the display can pack more pixels into your eyes for a more immersive view. It's not a deal-breaker, and it won't result in a terrible experience if you do opt for a Pixel, but there will be a difference between the two phones.
Performance is impressively smooth however, with the powerful Snapdragon 821 processor and 4GB of RAM providing more power than you'll need on your smartphone.
The pure Android 7 Nougat interface runs smoothly, and while some Android fans may mourn the loss of the traditional app drawer, it's simply been moved – you now slide up from the app dock at the bottom of your home screen.
It's actually a nice action which works well, and the vertically scrolling app list is just as intuitive. Something else Google has tweaked are the app icons, with Google's own applications sporting round images, while any you download from the Play Store will appear square.
One of the big new features for the Pixel is the inclusion of Google Assistant. Only the Pixel and Pixel XL currently have the firm's new-look helper on board, which aims to give you your very own personal Google in your pocket.
It'll continually learn what you like, where you go and what you need, to provide you with useful answers to even more commands than previous incarnations of the technology.
Triggered by saying the 'hot word' (which is "Okay Google" by default) or long pressing the home button, Assistant can understand complex commands, is contextually aware to what you're viewing on screen and where you are in the world, and can follow the flow of a conversation with you.
It's all very impressive, but we can't see too many people rushing out to buy the Pixel based on Google Assistant alone. This is just the beginning though, as Assistant will follow you to other devices – such as Google Home and Android Auto – making sure it's always there when you need. Watch this space.
Turning to battery life and the Google Pixel squeezes in a non-removable 2,770mAh power pack. That's bigger than the iPhone 7's, but smaller than the batteries found in the Samsung Galaxy S7 and HTC 10 – but it should be enough to see you through a day without having to recharge.
We'll be putting the battery through its paces during our in-depth review to see just how well it holds up. But if you do run low, the new Pixel boasts fast-charging, giving you up to seven hours of usage from a 15-minute blast.
The 12.3MP rear camera is another big talking point for Google, which claims the Pixel has the best-rated camera (according to a DxO result) on the market.
We've found in the past that the DxO ratings don't always translate into excellent camera performance day-to-day, so the jury is still out on that for now.
There was talk in the build up to the Pixel launch of a new pro mode for the camera, but alas this has not materialized. Instead you get HDR+, which brightens up areas in shadow and reduces blurring – which should help in low-light settings.
During a brief play with the Pixel camera in the dimly lit event space we found performance was acceptable – especially when we reduced the brightness (the one setting you do have access to). It didn't blow us away, but we'll need to put it through a proper test before we can have a final say on the quality.