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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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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….

Resize windows to use the available free screen space

November 22, 2012 Leave a comment

Reference Link: http://www.ghacks.net/2012/11/20/resize-windows-to-use-the-available-free-screen-space/?_m=3n%2e0038%2e709%2evh0ao03kwj%2eq95

If there is one feature of Windows 7 that I make use of a lot it is the option to quickly snap windows to the left and right side of the screen so that both take up 50% of the screen estate. Sometimes things are not as simple, for instance if you want to display three or even more windows on the screen at the same time. While you can do all the resizing and positioning manually, you can also use a program like WinMaximumize to aid you in the task.

The program has not been designed to mimic Windows’ own show windows side by side feature which you can make use of with a right-click on the taskbar. Instead, it has been designed to maximize the screen estate of the selected window without interfering with other windows that are open. To be precise: it will maximize the active window using free screen estate only.

If space is available to expand the window horizontally or vertically, then this is what is going to happen when you use the shortcut the program makes available. The default shortcut is Ctrl-F1 which you can modify in the program settings. This may be necessary if a program of yours that you want to resize using the program has mapped that shortcut as well.

You will notice that the resizing shortcut sometimes does not work. The program is configured to block the resizing if windows overlap, but that can be easily disabled in the options so that you can always resize the windows even if they overlap.

The author has implemented a reverse shortcut into the application. When you hold down Shift in addition to the selected shortcut you will notice that the previous window position is restored.

The program may offer an interesting option for Windows users who often work with several open windows on the desktop at the same time that need to be resized frequently to use all the available screen estate. It is a lightweight program, but requires the Microsoft .Net Framework 3.5 on the system. You can configure the program to start with Windows.

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