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MEGA — AN UNLIMITED UPLOAD

October 13, 2015 Leave a comment

http://www.megaupload.com/ was one of the online storage provider 5 years earlier. It provided a lot of online free space to its consumers for uploading their stuff, including software media, games, movies etc. Due to copyright issues, US authorities blocked their website but on 19 January 2013 at 12:47 PM (Eastern time; 16:47 UTC), Megaupload was re-launched as Mega under the domain name mega.co.nz.

The new platform of Mega porvides their consumers more space, efficiency and better and userfriendly dashboard. It provides 50Gb space to free users. So why not join free to get 50Gb space????

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Just go to http://www.mega.co.nz register for free and get 50Gb space. Now you can never be out of space.

Dropbox 2.0 client update brings a new desktop menu

March 14, 2013 Leave a comment

Original Post: http://www.ghacks.net/2013/03/12/dropbox-2-0-client-update-brings-a-new-desktop-menu/?_m=3n%2e0038%2e818%2evh0ao03kwj%2eubz

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Dropbox has just released version 2.0 of its desktop client for all supported operating systems. For some, it may be a disappointing update especially so if the latest experimental version of Dropbox is already installed on the system.

Dropbox 2.0 brings a new desktop menu to all versions of the file synchronization client that improves your interaction with files that have been recently changed, uploaded or shared.

When you click on the desktop icon on your system right now, you are presented with a list of recent changes and shares. This is helpful if the count is three or less, and not so much if you receive dozens or more files at a time as only the last three are displayed here.

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One of the new features of the menu is the share button that is displayed when you hover your mouse over a recently changed item in your Dropbox. A click on the share button opens the Dropbox website in the default system browser. Here you are then taken to the sharing screen to share the file with email, Facebook or Twitter contacts.

The second new feature is the list of recent team or sharing activity right in the menu. Here you see the most recent invites that you may have received as well as the latest files that someone shared with you.

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If someone invites you to share a folder, you can use the menu to accept or decline that invitation right from the desktop.

The Dropbox 2.0 update will roll our slowly as usual, and if you want to get it right now, you should grab the installer from the official Dropbox website and install the new version manually on your system. Note that I ran into issues doing so and had to uninstall the existing desktop client of Dropbox before I was able to install the new version on my Windows 7 system.

The new desktop menu seems to be the only change that Dropbox implemented into version 2.0 of their client.

Free Direct Download Google Drive with 5GB Free

March 8, 2013 3 comments

Hello Friends,

Your Stuff Team is glad to inform that users can now get Google Drive with 5GB Free Stuff direct downloaded to their PCs.

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Most of users are unable to install Google Drive to their PCs having an error of:

“Download Google Drive failed…” error, but our team is now happy to announce that they never get such errors if they download Google Drive from our page. Because Google Drive actual exe file is now available here to downlaod for free. Here is the direct download link for Google Drive:

Direct Download Link:

http://dl.dropbox.com/u/90441241/Google%20Drive.zip

Enjoy using Google Drive….

Free Download Dropbox – An Easy Way to Backup and Share Your Files

January 19, 2013 25 comments

Dropbox is a very easy, user-friendly and useful method to backup and share your files. So now, if you are any where in the world, your files will remain save and you can watch and even download from anywhere in the world. For more details you can visit Dropbox Website http://www.dropbox.com/. To download and install Dropbox now on your computer, Click here:

Direct Download Link:

http://dl.dropbox.com/u/90441241/Dropbox%201.6.17.exe

How to recover data from a damaged docx, xlsx or pptx document

November 12, 2012 13 comments

REFERENCE LINK: http://www.ghacks.net/2012/11/11/how-to-recover-data-from-a-damaged-docx-xlsx-or-pptx-document/?_m=3n%2e0038%2e699%2evh0ao03kwj%2epv8

Interrupted transfers, system crashes while editing documents or malware may corrupt Office documents on your system. When Office fails to open a document that it opened previously or supports, you know that something is not right. While you could try a program like File Repair to recover data from corrupt documents, you can alternatively try to fix the issue by yourself, provided that the damaged documents are stored in docx, pptx or xlsx format on your hard drive.

The following method won’t bring back the document in its original form. What you may be able to do however is to extract contents like text or media from the document.

Docx, xlsx and pptx files are archives that contain a number of files when extracted. We use this to our advantage to extract the contents of a damaged document to the system to see if the data we need to access is recoverable.

The easiest way to do that is when you have 7-Zip or a comparable archiving software installed on your system. If you do, all that needs to be done is to right-click the document and select 7-Zip > Extract to from the Windows Explorer context menu.

If you have another application installed or use the default Windows tool to extract archives you may need to rename the file extension of the document to .zip before you can extract the contents.

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If the extraction is successful, you end up with a number of files and folders that you can browse. The important folders and files are:

  • word > document.xml which contains the text of the Word docx document
  • word > media which lists the media embedded in the Word document
  • xl > worksheets > sheet[X].xml which contains the spreadsheet data of sheet X
  • ppt > media which lists the media embedded in the PowerPoint presentation
  • ppt > slides which contains the data of each slide

You may want to explore the folder structure for additional data that you want to recover. Trying to extract the contents of a corrupt Office document is definitely worth a try before you use third party software to recover the data. Note that the manual option described in this tutorial works under all operating systems, not only Windows.

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