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Monthly Archives: April 2016

Lock or Unlock your Laptop/PC by using USB!

If you own a computer then it might be the most important part of your life. It may have store all your important documents photos, documents and other stuff, but what about its security.
Is computer security has become a issue for you? Here guys I’ve brought a cool way from which you would be able to lock and unlock your computers using pen drives. This trick might be useful in many ways like keeping your confidential information like photos and important documents disclosed. Here are the steps following which you would be able to lock or unlock your computer using a pen drive.
Steps – 
1. First of all Download & Install Predator USB Software in your Windows PC – Click here to Download
2. When you start this software, first it will ask you to set a password(set your password)
3. Insert your pen drive in the CPU/Laptop Port
4. Then, set your password and click on “OK” button.

5. Now, You’re all set to lock your computer through your USB drive!6. Now, open the predator’s settings.

7. Then you have to set a time interval according to which your laptop/computer will be locked after removing the pen drive. For Example, if you have set the time interval to 30 seconds then your computer would be locked in 30 seconds.
8. Then you have to remove your thumbdrive/pendrive and after it will ask for password with a warning.
9. If you enter a wrong password then your laptop’s screen will go blank.
10. When you start your Laptop, Predator software would be automatically opened.
11. If some how it doesn’t start then go to Run and type shell:startup then you can copy it from your startup folder.
Psst..Sharing is Caring! (^_^)

Connect two systems using a LAN Cable!


Transferring files from one system to another is very simple!!

Usually we transfer small pints of data using USB sticks or FTP or using LAN cable.
Basically most of us feel its tough to connect two PCs using LAN cable, But it’s not! Follow the below steps carefully to connect two PCs or Laptops and exchange data between them!

PREREQUISITES : Two systems (2 PCs or 2 Laptops or one PC and one Laptop), One crossover cable.


Step 1
plug one end of the crossover cable into the laptop’s Ethernet port. other end of the cable can be used for other computer.
Step 2
Insert the free end of the crossover cable into the port on the PC’s Ethernet adapter.
Step 3
Click the “Start” button on the laptop.(Windows)
Step 4
Click “Control Panel” in the main menu.
Step 5
Search for “network” in the search box in the upper-right corner of the Control Panel pop-up window, and click the “Network and Sharing Center” heading in the window’s main panel. If your Control Panel window is set into “Classic View,” double-click the “Network and Sharing Center” icon.
Step 6
Double-click the “Unidentified network” icon in Network and Sharing Center main window.
Step 7
Move the pointer of the mouse over the name of the desktop PC and double-click to make the connection.
Step 8
Enter the username and password for access to the desktop PC if prompted.

Bold and Italic Typing introduced in Whatsapp’s latest update!

Most popular messaging app in the world “Whatsapp”, to retain its top spot, it always adds up new features and tools to it’s application! Whatsapp’s  potential is getting high day by day!

Whatsapp has recently introduced a new feature in it’s latest update (2.16.13) from which you will be able to type your message in BOLD, ITALICS and also BOLD ITALICS by just following simple steps!
In order to use this feature, you need to be on the latest version of Whatsapp and also your friends needs to update their whatsapp!


Follow below given steps to Apply the feature.
1. To get Bold letters you need to add asterisk symbols on either side of your words e.g *Bold*

2. To get Italics, you need to add underscores on either sides of your e.g  _Italics_

3. To get Bold-Italics, you need to add underscores and asterisks on either sides of your e.g _*boldItalic*_

4. To use strikethrough in your text, add tildes on either  sides e.g ~strikethrough~
Enjoy 🙂

Apple’s new device iPhone SE review


Apple’s new iPhone SE- very small for most of the people!

with the iPhone SE everything that is old is now new again,but is it good to go with the 2016’s phones which are typically bigger ones than this? 4″ inches smartphone does look smaller for many!!

Apple’s new iPhone SE occupies the bottom end of Apple’s iPhone price range, below the iPhone 6S and iPhone 6. It’s now the only smartphone Apple makes with a screen smaller than 4.7″, which for some could be a big deal. For others it could be a deal breaker though.

iPhone 5, 5S or iPhone SE?

The iPhone SE is the spitting image of the iPhone 5S with same edges and the same colour and also texture as the back of the device, it comes in rose gold, the Apple logo on the back is shiny, and there’s a small “SE” emblem engraved on the back, reminiscent of the Machintosh SE from 1987.
It’s still relatively slimmer at 7.6mm thick – its hard square edges make it feel thicker than it is – and it weighs 113g, which is quite light for a smartphone these days but also it’s very small for a smartphone in 2016.
The screen is the same as it is in the 5S, 4′ inches on the diagonal with the same quality colours, brightness and blacks. Compared to the iPhone 6S the screen is slightly weaker, with poor blacks and vibrancy. It’s not a much bad screen by any stretch of the imagination, it’s just a good screen from two years ago, which is exactly what it is.
In the hand, the body feels hard and sharp, with unforgiving edges which are only acceptable because of the phone’s diminutive size. The hard edges are easier to grip than the slippery rounded sides of the iPhone 6S and 6S Plus.
The iPhone SE’s closest rival is the excellent Sony Xperia Z5 Compact, which has a significantly larger 4.6′ display, weighs 138g, is 8.9mm thick and has slightly larger dimensions. 
Using a 4” screen in 2016 is a compromise however. Websites feel very cramped, apps often leave only a small amount of screen to the content they’re trying to display and buttons can end up very small making tapping them a bit of a challenge.

iPhone SE Specifications

  • Screen: 4in 1136 x 640 pixels (326 ppi)
  • Processor: dual-core Apple A9
  • RAM: 2GB of RAM Storage: 16/64GB; no SD card
  • Operating system: iOS 9.3
  • Camera: 12MP rear camera, 1.2MP front-facing camera
  • Connectivity: LTE, Wi-Fi, NFC, Bluetooth 4.2 and GPS
  • Dimensions: 123.8 x 58.6 x 7.6mm Weight: 113g
  • Processor: dual-core Apple A9
  • RAM: 2GB of RAM Storage: 16/64GB; no SD card
  • Operating system: iOS 9.3
  • Camera: 12MP rear camera, 1.2MP front-facing camera
  • Connectivity: LTE, Wi-Fi, NFC, Bluetooth 4.2 and GPS
  • Dimensions: 123.8 x 58.6 x 7.6mm Weight: 113g



The rear camera is the same 12-megapixel shooter as in the iPhone 6S and performs same as in the 6S. It’s one of the best cameras available on a smartphone, with good detail and colour balance, but it has been bettered recently by cameras from Samsung, Sony and Google.
It is a big steppup from the iPhone 5S with 4K video recording and Apple’s Live Photos, which are nice to play with but end up being a gimmick that’s difficult to share with non-iPhone users.
The 1.2-megapixel selfie camera, however, is the same as that in the iPhone 5S and is distinctly worse than the rear camera or that fitted to the iPhone 6S, which is a shame. It will shoot better selfies in good light, but struggles in low-light conditions.
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