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Posted: 04-19-2011 9:06 AM by Sujan Shrestha with 2 comment(s)

How to use Windows Live Mesh 2011?

Stop emailing files to yourself, carrying them around on a USB drive, or worrying whether the version you have with you is the latest.Capture1

 

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Access the stuff on your computers from almost anywhere

Get Started: http://explore.live.com/windows-live-mesh?os=other

Latest News About Live Mesh:

http://windowsteamblog.com/windows_live/b/windowslive/archive/2011/03/01/windows-live-mesh-reaches-5-million-connected-devices.aspx

Posted: 03-10-2011 10:05 AM by Sujan Shrestha with no comments

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How to recognize phishing email messages or links ?

What does a phishing link look like?

Sometimes phishing email messages direct you to spoofed websites.

HTML-formatted messages can contain links or forms that you can fill out just as you would fill out a form on a legitimate website.

Phishing links that you are urged to click in email messages, on websites, or even in instant messages, may contain all or part of a real company's name and are usually masked, meaning that the link you see does not take you to that address but somewhere different, usually an illegitimate website.

Notice in the following picture that resting (but not clicking) your mouse pointer on the link reveals the real web address, as shown in the box with the yellow background. The string of cryptic numbers looks nothing like the company's web address. This is a suspicious sign.

Phishing email messages are designed to steal your identity. They ask for personal data, or direct you to websites or phone numbers to call where they ask you to provide personal data. A few clues can help you spot fraudulent email messages or links within them.

Example of a masked web address.

Cybercriminals also use web addresses that resemble the names of well-known companies but are slightly altered by adding, omitting, or transposing letters. For example, the address "www.microsoft.com" could appear instead as:

This is called "typo-squatting" or "cybersquatting."

Criminals can use this information for many different types of fraud, such as to steal money from your account, to open new accounts in your name, or to obtain official documents using your identity.

Posted: 01-24-2011 10:49 PM by Sujan Shrestha with no comments

USB Installation of Windows 7

No third party softwares, no headache. Just we need 4GB Pendrive and Win 7 installation DVD.

Go for procedure now click here. Its far more easy.

or goto: http://tinyurl.com/uiow7

 

Posted: 12-20-2010 12:35 AM by Sujan Shrestha with 2 comment(s)

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Every Facebook User Should Know (10 Privacy Settings)

 

 

1. Use Your Friend Lists

-Friend Lists Icon-I can’t tell you how many people are not aware of their friend lists. For those not aware of what friend lists are, Facebook describes them as a feature which allows “you to create private groupings of friends based on your personal preferences. For example, you can create a Friend List for your friends that meet for weekly book club meetings. You can create Friend Lists for all of your organizational needs, allowing you to quickly view friends by type and send messages to your lists.”

There are a few very important things to remember about friend lists:

  • You can add each friend to more than one friend group
  • Friend groups should be used like “tags” as used elsewhere around the web
  • Friend Lists can have specific privacy policies applied to them

 

I’ll touch on each of the things listed above in more detail later. A typical setup for groups would be “Friends”, “Family”, and “Professional”. These three groups can then be used to apply different privacy policies. For example, you may want your friends to see photos from the party you were at last night, but you don’t want your family or professional contacts to see those photos.

Using friend lists is also extremely useful for organizing your friends if you have a lot of them. For instance I have about 20 friend lists and I categorize people by city (New York, San Francisco, D.C., Tel Aviv, etc), where I met them (conferences, past co-workers, through this blog), and my relationship with them (professional, family, social, etc).

You can configure your friend lists by visiting the friends area of your Facebook.

 

2. Remove Yourself From Facebook Search Results

-Facebook Search Listing Screenshot-

My mom is a teacher and one of the first things she asked me when she joined Facebook is how she could make sure her students couldn’t see that she was on the site. Understandably my mom doesn’t want her middle school students to know what she’s up to in her personal life. There are numerous reasons that individuals don’t want their information to show up in search results on Facebook, and it’s simple to turn off your public visibility.

How to Remove Yourself From Facebook Search Results
Now that you’ve decided that you would like to remove yourself from Facebook’s search results, here’s how to do it:

  1. Visit your search privacy settings page
  2. Under “Search Visibility” select “Only Friends” (Remember, doing so will remove you from Facebook search results, so make sure you want to be removed totally. Otherwise, you can select another group, such as “My Networks and Friends” which I believe is the default.)
  3. Click “Save Changes”

By default, Facebook makes your presence visible to the network you are in. Frequently, people aren’t aware of their visibility, so this is one of the first settings that users wish to modify. By selecting “Customize” from the search visibility drop down you can make your settings even more granular.

-Facebook Search Visibility Screenshot-

 

3. Remove Yourself From Google

-Public Search Listing Screenshot-

Facebook gets A TON of traffic from displaying user profiles in search engines. Not all of your profile is displayed though. Currently the information displayed in the search profile is limited to: your profile picture, a list of your friends, a link to add you as a friend, a link to send you a message, and a list of up to approximately 20 fan pages that you are a member of.

For some people, being displayed in the search engines is a great way to let people get in contact with you, especially if you don’t have an existing website. Facebook also tends to rank high in the search results, so if you want to be easy to find, making your search profile can be a great idea. Many people don’t want any of their information to be public though.

By visiting the same search privacy settings page listed in the previous step, you can control the visibility of your public search listing which is visible to Google and other search engines. You can turn off your public search listing by simply unchecking the box next to the phrase “Create a public search listing for me and submit it for search engine indexing” as pictured in the image below.

-Facebook Public Search Disable Screenshot-

 

4. Avoid the Infamous Photo/Video Tag Mistake

-Drunk Tagged Facebook Photo-

This is the classic Facebook problem. You let loose for a few hours one night (or day) and photos (or videos) of the moment are suddenly posted for all to view, not just your close friends who shared the moment with you. The result can be devastating. Some have been fired from work after incriminating photos/videos were posted for the boss to see. For others, randomly tagged photos/videos have ended relationships.

At the least, a tagged photo/video can result in personal embarrassment. So how do you prevent the infamous tagged photo or video from showing up in all of your friends news feeds? It’s pretty simple. First visit your profile privacy page and modify the setting next to “Photos Tagged of You”. Select the option which says “Customize…” and a box like the one pictured below will pop up.

Select the option “Only Me” and then “None of My Networks” if you would like to keep all tagged photos private. If you’d like to make tagged photos visible to certain users you can choose to add them in the box under the “Some Friends” option. In the box that displays after you select “Some Friends” you can type either individual friends or friend lists.

-Facebook Tagged Photo Privacy Settings Screenshot-

 

5. Protect Your Albums

-Facebook Photos Profile Screenshot-Just because you’ve uploaded photos doesn’t mean that you’ve accurately tagged every photo correctly. This setting is more of a reminder than anything else. Frequently people will turn of their tagged photo visibility to certain friend lists yet keep their photo albums public to the world. If you are trying to make all your photos invisible you must do so on an album by album basis.

There is a specific Photos Privacy page from which you can manually configure the visibility of each album (as pictured below). This is an extremely useful configuration option and I highly recommend that you take advantage of it. This way you can store your photos indefinitely on Facebook yet ensure that the only people that can view your photos are the ones who you really want to see them.

-Facebook Photos Privacy Screenshot-

 

6. Prevent Stories From Showing Up in Your Friends’ News Feeds

-Relationship Status Notification Change Option Screenshot-

Oh, did you really just break up with your girlfriend? I’m sorry to hear that. I’m sure all of your friends and business contacts are also sorry to hear that. I can’t tell you how many awkward relationship status changes I’ve seen. The most regular one I’ve seen recently is when an attractive female ends their relationship and numerous guys hop on the opportunity to console her.

I’ve also seen the end of marriages, as well as weekly relationship status changes as individuals try to determine where their relationship stands with their significant other. My personal policy is to not display a relationship status, but many like to make a public statement out of their relationship. For those individuals, it can be a smart move to hedge against future disasters.

There are a number of ways to control how your relationship status is displayed. The first thing that most people should do is uncheck the box next to “Remove Relationship Status” in the News Feed and Wall Privacy page. In the rare instance that a relationship does uncomfortably end, you can avoid making things more uncomfortable by avoiding a friend notification about it.

Second, your relationship status falls within your “Basic Information” section of your profile. You can control who can see your basic information next to the “Basic Information” setting on the Profile Privacy page. Keep in mind that other relevant profile information like your gender, birth date, networks, and other settings are visible within your basic information section.

Making your basic information completely invisible to friends probably isn’t a good idea, but removing the news feed stories about relationship changes most likely is.

 

7. Protect Against Published Application Stories

-Have Sex! Notification Screenshot-

This one is a little more tricky to manage but I’ll explain the issue at hand. Frequently when you add an application, a news feed item is immediately published to your profile. One way to get instantly embarrassed is to visit the “Have Sex!” application (found here). This application has no purpose besides telling your friends that you are interested in having sex with them. Without taking any action, the application will post a news feed story to your profile which says the equivalent of “Nick just published to the world that he is having sex!”

This is surely something that none of your professional contacts if any of your contacts are interested in seeing (honestly I’m a bit confused about that application, but that’s a different story). That’s why it’s important to monitor what takes place after you install an application on Facebook. Once you install an application you should visit your profile to ensure that no embarrassing notification has been posted to your profile.

More often then not, nothing will be posted but there are many applications on the platform unfortunately that publish stories without you knowing it. There are two ways to avoid having this happen: don’t visit applications or scan your profile every time that you do. Ultimately you shouldn’t be concerned about applications that you’ve built a trusted relationship with but any new applications could potentially post embarrassing notifications.

8. Make Your Contact Information Private

I personally use Facebook for professional and personal use and it can frequently become overwhelming. That’s why I’ve taken the time to outline these ten privacy protection steps. One of the first things I did when I started approving friend requests from people that I hadn’t built a strong relationship with, was make my contact information visible only to close contacts.

The contact information is my personal email and phone number. It’s a simple thing to set but many people forget to do it. Frequently people we don’t know end up contacting us and we have no idea how they got our contact information. Your contact privacy can be edited right from your profile. If you have chosen to enter this information, you should see a “Contact Information” area under the “Info” tab in your profile.

If it displays, you simply click “Edit” and then a screen like the one pictured below will show up.

-Profile Contact Edit Form Screenshot-

For each contact item that you have in your profile you should set custom privacy settings (as pictured below) so that contacts that you aren’t close to don’t have access to your phone number and/or email. It’s a small change but it can save you the hassle of being pestered by people you don’t know well. Also, protecting your privacy is generally a good practice to get in the habit of doing.

As a side note, this is a great area to take advantage of friend lists. By getting in the habit of grouping your friends, you can ensure that you are navigating Facebook safely through privacy settings that are attached to your friend lists.

-Facebook Contact Privacy Settings Screenshot-

 

9. Avoid Embarrassing Wall Posts

Just because you use Facebook for business doesn’t mean your friends do. That’s why once in a while a friend of yours will come post something embarrassing or not necessarily “work friendly” and it can end up having adverse effects. That’s why Facebook has provided you with the ability to customize your wall postings visibility. You can also control which friends can post on your wall. There are two places you can control these things.

Adjust Wall Posting Visibility

-Facebook Wall Story Settings Screenshot-

Within your profile page you can control who can view wall postings made by your friends. To do so, click on the “Settings” icon on the wall in your profile page. Next, find the box pictured in the image above and adjust the setting which says “Who can see posts made by friends?” I’d suggest using a strategy similar to the one outlined in the previous step regarding contact information.

Control Who Can Post to Your Wall
In addition to controlling who can view wall postings published by your friends, you also want to control which friends can post on your wall. Not everybody needs to do this, but occasionally you simply want to prevent some people from posting on your page. If you visit the Profile Privacy settings page, there is a section labeled “Wall Posts”.

From this area you can completely disable your friends’ ability to post on your wall. You can also select specific friend lists that can post on your wall. Personally, I don’t really care who can post on my wall but I can understand the need to control who can see those wall postings. If you want to limit who can post wall posts on your profile, this is where you can do it.

 

10. Keep Your Friendships Private

While it’s fun to show off that you have hundreds or thousands of friends on Facebook, some of your friends don’t want to live public lives. That’s why it’s often a good policy to turn off your friends’ visibility to others. I’ve had a number of individuals visit my profile and then selectively pick off friends that are relevant to them for marketing purposes, or other reasons.

Whatever the reason they are doing it, just know that they are … it’s part of what makes Facebook so addictive: the voyeuristic nature. Also, your friends are frequently visible to the public through search engines and exposing this information can ultimately present a security risk. To modify the visibility of your friends, visit the Profile Privacy page.

Navigate down to the setting which says “Friends” and then modify the setting to whatever is right for you.

-Custom Friend Visibility Settings Screenshot-

Conclusion

These are just ten ways that you can protect your privacy on Facebook. While there are a few other small things to keep in mind, these ten settings are most important. Keep in mind that while you may have turned off the visibility of many profile sections, there is no way to prevent all photos or videos from being visible if friends of yours make the images visible.

The best way to prevent embarrassing items from showing up on Facebook in the future is to not make bad judgements in your personal life. We’re all human though and being completely paranoid about every choice you make is probably not the best way to live your life. Be aware of what privacy settings are available and be conscious of what your friends may be publishing about you.

While you may not want to configure all of the privacy settings outlined, simply knowing how to do so is a great step in the right direction. By following the 10 settings listed above you are well on your way to an embarrassment free future on Facebook!

source: http://www.allfacebook.com

 

Posted: 11-19-2010 5:54 PM by Sujan Shrestha with 2 comment(s)

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USB Port: Enable / Disable

 

To disable USB.

-Open run program through start(window key+R shortcut).

-Then in run type regedit.

-Now follow HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet\Services\USBSTOR.

-Now on the right plane of Registry Editor you could see START.

-Double Click on it then a box will appear.

-On that box instead of 3 you change it with 4.

-Be sure that the given number base are in hexadecimal number.

-If not first make it hexadecimal by choosing hexadecimal as base.

-Now quit registry and you are done with it.

 

To re-enable USB.

-Open run program through start(window key+R shortcut).

-Then in run type regedit.

-Now follow HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet\Services\USBSTOR.

-Now on the right plane of Registry Editor you could see START.

-Double Click on it then a box will appear.

-On that box instead of 4 you change it with 3.

-Be sure that the given number base are in hexadecimal number.

-If not first make it hexadecimal by choosing hexadecimal as base.

-Now quit registry and you are done with it.

 

Posted: 10-10-2010 11:09 PM by Sujan Shrestha with 3 comment(s)

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IE 9 Platform Preview 4

The fourth Platform Preview of Internet Explorer 9, already available, shows the opportunity of fully hardware-accelerated HTML5. You can run new test drive samples that show modern SVG and native JavaScript integration in action.

Get more information on IE blog.

Posted: 08-26-2010 10:03 PM by Sujan Shrestha with no comments

A way to create easy-to-remember passwords without making a system more vulnerable to hackers.

Complex password requirements--rules like "passwords must be 14 characters long and contain at least two uppercase letters, two lowercase letters, and three symbols"--make it difficult for attackers to guess passwords using a so-called "dictionary attack," which involves trying many possible passwords in succession.

Requiring that passwords include numbers, symbols, and mixed cases significantly increases the number of possible passwords. With such rules, a dictionary attack becomes infeasible, but passwords also become harder to remember.

One way that system designers try to defeat dictionary attacks is by temporarily disabling an account when a wrong password is submitted more than a few times. This is called account lock-out, and not surprisingly, attackers have discovered a simple way to defeat the approach. Instead of guessing thousands or millions of passwords for a single account, attackers simply guess the most commonly used passwords for thousands, or even millions, of different accounts.

Click here to check your password strength

Tips to help keep your passwords secret

source: http://www.technologyreview.com/

Posted: 07-28-2010 8:19 PM by Sujan Shrestha with 1 comment(s)

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Develop Web Research Skills

Fig: When you use hover preview, the Bing search results page displays a preview of webpage content.

Search engine tools. Not all search providers are created equal. Yes, all search engines sort by relevance to the keyword one enters and do not discriminate among the sources they display. Some, however, like Bing, are decision engines: Their goal is to present relevant information, in context, so that you can complete a task or make a decision. Many Bing search features support the development of critical thinking skills. For example, Bing includes source flter tools on video search result pages  , so that users can decide whether they want to see videos from a news organization or a user-generated content site like YouTube, and a special Visual Search feature that enables users to visually sift through results before getting to the data behind the answers. The attention of Bing to visual presentation and clarity can also help students assess the search results. For example, when Bing returns a list of search results, it includes an arrow to the right of every listing and a fyout preview of further content from that webpage. Using this hover preview feature, you can quickly determine whether a source is relevant—without navigating away from the search results list.

 Bing Search Features That Support and Develop Web Research Skills

Fig: With Visual Search, you can sort search results to fnd the kind of information you need, such as an interactive table or graph content.

Bing is a decision engine that fnds, organizes, and displays information in ways that enable students to search more intelligently and effciently and help them become skilled information decision-makers. In addition to the hover preview feature, Bing provides other tools that support and develop web research skills:

      Bing Help  , located in the lower-right section of the page, provides a primer in web research. It explains how Bing searches and why a particular search wasn’t successful, in addition to how to improve search results, customize searches, control search history, fnd specifc kinds of information, and much more.

      When Bing returns results, it organizes them on the page so that you can fnd what you need faster. For example, when you search for information on Abraham Lincoln, the results appear conveniently sorted into categories, such as News about Lincoln, Kid Facts, Timelines, Speeches, Childhood, and Images of Lincoln.

      Bing Search History  , also known as Saved Searches, can also speed up research, especially when students are working as a team. Downloading the Silverlight™ component allows you to save searches, organize using folders, take notes, and share them with others in your Windows Live™ SkyDrive™ or on Facebook. History settings are very clearly marked, and the user can delete items or turn off tracking at any time. Learn more about the Saved Searches feature.

      The Visual Search   feature of Bing enables users to visually sift through results before getting to the data behind the answers. Using this feature to research the Periodic Table  , for example, displays the table so that you can click each element separately to fnd more information. Also, a regular Bing web search automatically returns one link with images related to your search.

Fig: You can use video search results pages to quickly identify the source of video.

On the video search result pages  , Bing includes source filter tools so that users can decide whether they want to see videos from a news organization or from a user-generated content site like YouTube.

Fig: Bing Reference search results highlight the natural language related to your search in Wikipedia articles.

  • The Bing Reference feature makes use of natural language (also called “semantic search”) technologies to provide a different kind of search experience. Bing Reference displays a list or group of Wikipedia articles related to your search question, with the search terms highlighted in a way that shows you the relationships between the Wikipedia articles containing the search terms. As you skim through the results, you see how the search terms are presented, which can give you a more contextual understanding of the terms.
  • Bing works as a dictionary, too. Type a word in the Search box, and Bing provides the defnition from the Encarta® World English Dictionary.
  • Bing even helps solve math problems. Type an equation, and Bing helps you solve it, with results provided by Wolfram|Alpha.

Posted: 07-25-2010 11:24 AM by Sujan Shrestha with no comments

Photo Download from Facebook at once.

It takes lots of time while you need to download lots of individual photos from your friend's albums. Here's some easy way,

Pick&Zip is a totally free online tool that will allow you downloading pictures from Facebook in a single zip or pdf file.

To download whole photos from the albums in easy way in facebook,

click here

Enjoy !

Posted: 07-12-2010 10:23 AM by Sujan Shrestha with 2 comment(s)

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Windows 7 tips again, you must know.

What if the people that need help on Windows 7 that are having problems with something and can't explain whats Going on. There is a screen shot program Built into windows 7 and then zipped into a .Zip file for easy email applications.

 

You start this program by going to the start button at typing in psr.exe and then hit enter.

The above is a picture of what it will look like when it is opened, Then you can click on record and it will record your screen, Then when finished click on stop and it will save the file in HTML (zipped).

You can send it to anyone to open it and review it, For tech purposes or training, Or maybe you just want to share something.

 

windows + Shift + left and Windows + Shift + right

These keys will move the window to another Screen if you are using Dual screens on your system for the Screen that is active. Also Using just the Windows + Right  will ( No Shift ) will Move the active window to the right (Tile)

 

 

One Screen

1.  Windows + Left =  The active Windows will Tile to the left side of the screen

2.  Windows + Right = The Active windows Tiles to the right side                       

3.  Windows + UP = The active windows Tiles Top to bottom                              

4.  Windows + Down = The active Window will minimize                                

 

Task Bar

The Task bar as you know if you are using Windows 7 is  a bit different and To me is a more use full tool when you have more then one window open

 

 

When you mouse over the Icons in the task bar you see a small Preview of what is running, If you have more then one Internet Explorer windows open it pans them out so you can see all of them and move your mouse to the one you want to see ( bring to front)

 

 Another Short cut is Windows + Number

This is for the Icons on the task bar. As you can see the numbers I have placed on this picture then it would correspond with that Icon.

 

Pin to task bar

 

This is a nice way to make you icons on the task bar. If you have a program open that you might use often and do not want to keep going to the Start menu or to your desktop.

 

1. Once the program is opened                                                                                           

2. right Click on the icon that corresponds with the program on the task bar and Click on pin.

 

Now once you close the program the Icon will remain on the task bar.

Also if you have a shortcut you can drag it to the task bar as well.

Posted: 06-12-2010 4:58 PM by Sujan Shrestha with no comments

Faster & easier features of Hotmail

Did you know that you can do mail faster and easier with features that Hotmail recently added to allow for more productivity with e-mail?

(1) Auto-complete.

Hotmail auto-completes as you type e-mail addresses in the “To:” line when you’re composing a new message. We’ve made Hotmail smarter so that contacts you’ve recently e-mailed will appear closer to the top of the auto-complete list.  For example, if you have 10 Hari in your address book, but always e-mail Hari Z, he will appear at the top of the list.

image(2) Contact picker.

Alternatively, we realize that some prefer to use the contact picker to add recipients to messages. We’ve improved this feature, too. When you click on the “To:” button in Hotmail while composing a message, Hotmail will show your contact list as it did before, and with the new improvements, more recent contacts will appear higher in the list to help you more efficiently find and add e-mail addresses to your messages. 

(3) Don’t Delete; Just Edit. 

Mistype an e-mail address?  No need to delete it; you can now edit the addresses by clicking on the “edit” icon next to the e-mail address.

(4) Auto-save.

As you draft your e-mail message, Hotmail will automatically save your message to the drafts folder periodically. This way, if you accidentally navigated away from the page before you finish your message, you won’t have to start from scratch again. image

(5) Download all attachments together.

To make receiving multiple attachments easier for you in Hotmail, we’ve added the ability to down download all attached files as a Zip file so you won’t have to take the time to download each attachment one-by-one.

(6) Quickly reach out to your IM friends/colleagues from within Hotmail.

In three simple steps, you can begin chatting with your friends:

a. Sign-in via the Messenger link on top right corner of your inbox

b. Click “view online contacts” to see your buddy list

c. Click on contact to start a chat!

As an added bonus, Hotmail will automatically refresh your inbox (message list and folder count) when new e-mail arrives while you’re signed into web-based IM!

 

 

(7) Keyboard shortcuts.

You can save you time when you use Windows Live Hotmail, so we’ve now added more to the list. Give these a try!

To
Press
Delete a message
Delete
Create a new message
Ctrl+N
Send a message
Ctrl+Enter
Open a message
Ctrl+Shift+O
Print a message
Ctrl+Shift+P
Reply to a message
Ctrl+R
Reply all to a message
Ctrl+Shift+R
Forward a message
Ctrl+Shift+F
Save a draft message
Ctrl+S
Mark a message as junk
Ctrl+Shift+J
Mark a message as read
Ctrl+Q
Mark a message as unread
Ctrl+U
Move to a folder
Ctrl+Shift+V
Open the next message
Ctrl+.
Open the previous message
Ctrl+,
Close a message
Esc
Search your e-mail messages
/
Check spelling
F7
Select all
S then A
Deselect all
S then N
Go to the inbox
G then I
Go to your People page
G then P
Go to your Calendar
G then C
Go to Messenger (this will open Windows Live Messenger from within Hotmail)
G then M
Go to your Home page
G then H
Go to your Drafts folder
F then D
Go to your Sent folder
F then S

If you prefer Gmail or Yahoo! Mail’s shortcuts, you can change your setting to use those instead (Click on the Options drop-down, then More options. In the “Customize your mail” section, click on Change keyboard shortcuts).

Posted: 05-02-2010 10:21 PM by Sujan Shrestha with 1 comment(s)

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Tips to help keep your passwords secret

Treat your passwords with as much care as you treat the information that they protect.

Use strong passwords to log on to your computer and to any site where you enter your credit card number, or any financial or personal information—including social networking sites.

  1. Never provide your password over e-mail or in response to an e-mail request.
  2. Do not type passwords on computers that you do not control
    • Computers such as those in Internet cafes, computer labs, kiosk systems, conferences, and airport lounges should be considered unsafe for any personal use other than anonymous Internet browsing.
    • Cyber criminals can purchase keystroke logging devices which gather information typed on a computer, including passwords.
  3. Don't reveal passwords to others
    • Keep your passwords hidden from friends or family members (especially children) who could pass them on to other, less trustworthy individuals.
  4. Protect any recorded passwords
    • Don't store passwords on a file in your computer, because criminals will look there first.
    • Keep your record of the passwords you use in a safe, secure place.
  5. Use more than one password
    • Use different passwords for different Web sites and services.

Check your Password's strength.

Posted: 03-22-2010 12:16 AM by Sujan Shrestha with 1 comment(s)

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AVI to DVD Converter - How to fast convert AVI files to DVD for storage?
So many classic movies are stored on your hard drive in AVI format. Probably you want to find some AVI to DVD conversion software for burning them into DVD. Now solving the conversion from AVI to DVD seems very simple and effective at super fast conversion speed with AVI to DVD Converter software.

AVI to DVD converter supports burning AVI, MPEG, DivX, DAT, VOB format files to DVD-R, DVD+R, DVD-RW, DVD+RW, DVD-5 and DVD-9. Except for DVD disc, you can also convert MPEG, DivX, DAT, VOB, AVI files to DVD folder and ISO image files as you wish.

So simple steps make you easily master how to convert AVI to DVD with the powerful AVI to DVD converter software.

The following steps to teach you how to fast convert AVI to DVD with Xilisoft AVI to DVD Converter.

1. Free download the powerful and easy-to-use Xilisoft AVI to DVD Converter, install and launch.

2. Add your beloved AVI files from the "File" menu in batches.





3. Choose the proper output folder and the profile "DVD" format.

4. Click the button "Start Burn" to convert AVI to DVD.





Tips 1: You can convert AVI videos to various DVD such as DVD-R, DVD+R, DVD-RW, DVD+RW, DVD-5, DVD-9 discs.

Tips 2: If you need, append many tasks at one time and the AVI to DVD converter will convert them one by one for saving your time.

Tips 3: The expert AVI to DVD converter software lets you select a menu from style-diverse templates and edit the menu to create your own DVD with expressive menu.

Tips 4: As powerful DVD converter software, it also can convert AVI files to DVD folder, ISO image files to satisfy different users' demand.

Concise interface and fast conversion speed make the whole AVI to DVD conversion much easier and faster.
Why not have a try, Click to download.

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How to stop receiving emails from facebook?

Login your facebook account

Go to Setting-> Account Setting

Click Notifications

Uncheck the “Sends me a message” or uncheck anything that you don't want to be notified by email for.

Click Save changes.

 

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