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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.

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TSU – A BETTER WAY OF SHARING AND EARNING

October 12, 2015 Leave a comment

tsu is a social network website that not only allows you to share your thoughts and experiences but it is the only social network website discovered so for that pays you and gives you chances of earnings through your referrals. Also it give you an outrageous opportunity to earn from your original posts (not copy paste). Join this social network and earn from sharing, posting and uploading to the extent what you can think.
here is the link if you like to come through my referral. However you can earn more if you are referred by celebrity accounts.

Please not that censored material, like political blackmailing, fake celebrity accounts, and unethical and illegal posts can never be helpful to earn money. Only post nice, original and ethical posts if you wanna join.

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I am sharing here one of the celebrity Mr. Waqar Zaka’s account for you who will help you understand how to earn money. As well as I am sharing here my own account for you guys to help you in this regard. Follow us if you want to earn by using our accounts.

www.tsu.co/waqarzaka

www.tsu.co/awaisahmadr

Dropbox Torrent uses Dropbox to load torrents on local PCs

March 15, 2013 2 comments

Original Post: http://www.ghacks.net/2013/03/14/dropbox-torrent-uses-dropbox-to-load-torrents-on-local-pcs/?_m=3n%2e0038%2e820%2evh0ao03kwj%2euev

By on March 14, 2013

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If you work on multiple computer systems, some local some remote, you may have encountered situations where you’d want one of your remote machines to handle a task. Maybe you discovered a torrent that you want to download, but since you are not at the right location to do so, you may have come up with a workaround. Maybe you have attached the torrents to emails for safekeeping or loaded them into online storage.

Services like Iffft may have improved the handling for you, by automating the task so that you do not have to load that torrent manually on a system once you got access to it locally. And some clients, like uTorrent, can monitor locations on a computer systems for new torrents that you add to it.

The basic idea behind Dropbox Torrent is very similar. It is a program that monitors your Dropbox folder for new torrents, and when it finds any, it will start to add those torrents to its internal client and start the downloading right away.

Here is how it works in detail:

  1. You install Dropbox Torrent on a local Windows system and run it from C:\Users\username\AppData\Roaming\PhrozenSoft\PDBOXTORRENT afterwards.
  2. A click on Settings displays the Dropbox path, device name, the number of tasks that you want the program to run at the same time, and the logs count you want displayed. Make sure the Dropbox path is set correctly here. There does not seem to be an option to change it though.
  3. All you need to do now is save torrent files you want to download on the computer Dropbox Torrent is running on into the main Dropbox directory.

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You do not really have control over the downloading itself. You can’t for instance specify upload or download limits, remove broken or non-working downloads from the finalized work table, or change other torrent related settings such as ports.

You can configure the uTorrent client for pretty much the same task. The main benefit here is that you get better controls over the process.

Here is what you need to do:

  1. Open uTorrent and click on Options > Preferences or use the keyboard shortcut Ctrl-P.
  2. Switch to Directories on the left and locate the “automatically load .torrents from” section here.
  3. Select a Dropbox folder, or any other file hosting folder, e.g. SkyDrive or Google Drive, here.
  4. Torrents that you move into that folder will be loaded into uTorrent automatically, provided that the system uTorrent is running on is up and connected to the Internet.

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I do prefer uTorrent for this right now as it is offering better controls over the whole process.

How to create photo slideshows on YouTube

March 15, 2013 Leave a comment

Original Post: http://www.ghacks.net/2013/03/13/how-to-create-photo-slideshows-on-youtube/?_m=3n%2e0038%2e820%2evh0ao03kwj%2eufb

By on March 13, 2013

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YouTube is best know for its video hosting capabilities which have been improved a lot by Google in recent years. The site is supporting higher resolutions now for instance or making available a video editor to its users and while that is certainly basic in comparison to high end video editing tools, it makes available a set of interesting features on the site directly.

What many YouTube users do not know is that it is also possible to use YouTube to create photo slideshows. Most users are probably creating the slideshows in programs like Windows Movie Maker before they upload the resulting videos to YouTube. This is however no longer necessary as YouTube is supporting the creation of photo slideshows now as well.

Here is what you need to do to create a photo slideshow on YouTube.

  • Open the YouTube website and click on the upload button after you have signed in to your account.
  • Here you can add videos either via drag and drop, or by clicking on the button in the middle of the page.
  • You find the photo slideshow option on the right. Just click on the create button here to get started.

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  • This opens the photo selection window. Here you can pick photos that you have already uploaded to various Google services, or use the upload photos option to add new photos from your local system.

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  • A preview of the photos that you have selected are then displayed as thumbnail previews on the upload page. You can rearrange them here or remove photos that you do not want to include in the slideshow.
  • Once you are satisfied with the selection, scroll down to the very bottom of the page and select next there.
  • The next page displays a preview of the photo slideshow in video format.

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  • Here you can preview the video and modify a couple of effects including the slide duration, the slide effect and the transition effect.
  • You can also select an audio track here that you want played while the video is playing.
  • Once you are satisfied with the selection, click on upload to upload the video to YouTube.
  • This redirects you to the last page of the process where you need to add a title, description and tags to the video. Here you can also select a category for the video, and set its privacy settings.

Verdict

YouTube’s photo slideshow creation feature is a great addition to the site, even though it is a bit basic in some regards. You can’t add your own music to the slideshow for instance, and there is no option to add custom text to the slideshow. If you just want to create a slideshow though and do not mind that, then it is certainly an interesting option for that. (via Labnol)

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….

Google to remove the black navigation bar?


Original Post: http://www.ghacks.net/2013/03/01/google-to-remove-the-black-navigation-bar/?_m=3n%2e0038%2e809%2evh0ao03kwj%2etx4

By on March 1, 2013 – Tags:

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To be totally honest, I can’t really say how many times Google changed the layout of its homepage in the past two years. And that is not even including the experiments the company ran regularly in that time on the front page. When you open google.com right now you see a black horizontal bar at the top that is linking to various other Google services including Google+, Search, Images or Gmail.

The company is currently running yet another experiment that may very well end the black bar’s reign on the page. The new layout gets rid of the color black and the navigation bar for that matter. Instead, a single menu button is displayed on top next to the sign in button.

Currently, this looks like on the screenshot below.

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To access the service list, you need to click on the button to pick one of the featured services from the menu. Not all services that Google provides you with are listed here prominently though, and you may need to click on the even more link in the menu to open the full list of available services. It looks like a 1:1 copy of the services listed in the black navigation bar right now.

This is not the first time the company has been testing a single button interface for navigational items. The new design looks similar to the Chrome App Launcher, even though the functionality offered is different. The app launcher displays the applications you have installed from the Chrome Web Store while Google’s Search layout experiment displays fixed links to Google services only.

The new layout improves touch navigation on Google which is probably one of the core reasons why Google is trying to replace the black bar with a one button menu.

Google unfortunately does not seem intent to provide users with customization options concerning the service icons made available at this point in time.

As far as I’m concerned, I rarely ever use the links in the black navigation bar currently because it is usually faster to open the service I want to load directly using the browser’s address bar.

It is not really clear right now if Google will go through with the design change, or if it will pull the one button experiment again as it did last year.

What is your take on this? Are you using the navigation bar on Google’s homepage?

Microsoft Internet Explorer 10 for Windows 7 finally released

February 28, 2013 1 comment

Original Post: http://www.ghacks.net/2013/02/26/microsoft-internet-explorer-10-for-windows-7-finally-released/?_m=3n%2e0038%2e807%2evh0ao03kwj%2etuv

By on February 26, 2013 – TAGS: None

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Microsoft just a few seconds ago released Internet Explorer 10 for Windows 7. The web browser that got initially released for Windows 8 last year, and then later on as a preview version for Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2, has been much awaited by the Internet community.

It is important that Windows 7 users pick the right download of the web browser. The 32-bit version of Internet Explorer 10 can only be installed on 32-bit versions of Windows 7, while the 64-bit version is reserved to 64-bit versions. The 64-bit version is almost double in size with its 42.3 MB than the 32-bit version with its 22.0 MB.

The following system requirements are required to install IE10:;

  • CPU: at least 1 GHz with support for PAE, NX and SSE2
  • RAM: at least 512 MB of memory
  • Hard Drive: at least 70 MB of storage space for 32-bit versions, and 120 MB for 64-bit versions
  • Windows 7: Service Pack 1 installed

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Please note that you may need to reboot your system before all functionality becomes available.

So what is new in IE10 for Windows 7? Microsoft back in October mentioned that the browser would offer better performance, developer capabilities, improved real-world site performance and better standards support than Internet Explorer 8 or 9 on the operating system.

The web browser is scoring 320 and 6 bonus points in the HTML5 test which gives an indication on how well – or not – HTML features are supported. That is a lot better than Internet Explorer 9′s 138 and 5 bonus points but still trailing browsers such as Chrome 24 with its 448 and 13 bonus points, Opera 12.10 with its 419 and 9 bonus points or Firefox 19′s 393 points and 10 bonus points. Still the gap has been closed considerable and that is a good sign for Internet Explorer users.

Internet Explorer 10 for Windows 7 does not ship with a native version of Adobe Flash which makes it similar to the desktop version of the browser on Windows 8 which also does not ship with native Flash support.

For users of IE8 or IE9, Internet Explorer 10 is definitely an improvement in many regards including performance and standards support. While Microsoft’s browser is still trailing behind other browsers, and sometimes even in front depending on which benchmark and test you run, it is fair to say that the company managed to close a wide gap with the release.

Note that IE10 will not be released for Vista or previous client or server versions of the Windows operating system.

My personal recommendation: upgrade if you can even if you are not using Internet Explorer.

What’s new in Internet Explorer 10

Apart from better web standards support and performance, IE10 users do benefit from a number of features that Microsoft added to the browser.

The browser supports Do Not Track now and sends the header by default to all sites you connect to. This caused some controversy with companies like Yahoo stating that they would not honor Microsoft’s Do Not Track implementation. The core reason for that is that the feature has been designed as a conscious choice. To find the setting tap on the Alt key in the browser and select Tools > Internet Options > Advanced > Security > Always send Do Not Track header.

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The second feature worth writing about is the inclusion of a spell-checking and auto-correction module in the browser. Microsoft’s Internet browser did not support spell checking up until now, and you had to resort to extensions such as IE7 Pro to add spell-checking to IE9 and previous versions.

Here is how you can disable the spelling correction feature of Internet Explorer if you find it too obtrusive. Tap on the Alt key again, and select Tools > Manage Add-ons from the menu at the top.

Here you find spelling correction listed under add-on types. The installed languages are displayed here by default. You can click on Get more Spelling Dictionaries online to install dictionaries for other languages. Here you can also disable the spelling correction feature.

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Blocking automatic updates

If you do not want to use Internet Explorer 10 on your computer or network of PCs yet, you may be interested in blocking the automatic update delivery so that it is not automatically installed on the system.

Internet Explorer 32-bit or 64-bit?

Note that Microsoft’s Internet Explorer 10 runs in a 64-bit and 32-bit hybrid mode on 64-bit versions of Windows 7. To change that, enable Enhanced Protected Mode in the Internet Options. This breaks plugins that are only compatible with the 32-bit version of Internet Explorer.

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