Monday, April 30, 2018


Now a days everyone using PC/LAPTOP/COMPUTER even small kids using it.But,the question is whether we are using it in right or safety way.For that purpose only i started this post to ensure our safety to keep our computer at safety and what not to do to maintain this safety.Please read it fully and keep it in mind. 

Computer safety tips and rules:

1.Always checking log out option when use any public computer.
2.Always backup your important data and files. Backup’s save unexpected damaged.
3.Select strong password with letters, numbers,and special symbol for safety your computer.
4.Use registered branded Antivirus.
5.Use security e-mail address and avoid any unknown voluntary emails.
6.Avoid any remote panel  connecting.
7.Keep update your usual software and security patch.
8.Protect complex data for hard disk.
9.Install protective Software.
10.If meet any Message ready carefully that what is the situation.
11.Install registered anti-virus and scans regularly.

Don’t do this :

1.Don’t click password remain option when login in PC.
2.Don’t use any sharing software in computer.
3.Avoid clicking browser pop-up option.
4.Don’t control permission your computer any unsafe area.
5.Don’t click any free or eye catching image
6.Never open email or online banking account from any unknown device.
7.Don’t share any personal information or data like as name, home address, email address.
8.Don’t check your online banking.
9.Never open unknown email attachment file.
10.Don’t choose any common login password
11.Don’t share your account password for any reason.
12.Never break government law rules.
13.Don’t install unnecessary software.

Guys,now a days technology updated daily with new improvement but however there is some disadvantages causing if we are alert we can easily overcome that.

Kindly share this post to others.Your comments are welcome.

Saturday, April 28, 2018

Disable accidental clicks while typing on your laptop...

Touchpad blocker

If you've ever worked on a laptop computer with a touchpad, you may mistakenly touch the touchpad while typing, causing the mouse cursor to move and interrupt your typing. Download and install Touchpad Blocker, a free utility that runs in the background and detects and block any time you mistakenly touch the touchpad (or your computer thinks you have). As can be seen in the picture, this utility can be customized to help make sure it only blocks the real mistakes and can be turned on and off with a shortcut key...


Thursday, April 26, 2018

How to Fix and Repair a "Not Recognized" USB Flash Drive

If you have been using USB flash drives, you might be familiar with some of these error messages.

"USB device not recognized."
"The device you connected to this computer malfunctioned, and Windows does not recognize it."
"One of the devices attached to this computer has malfunctioned, and Windows does not recognize it. For assistance in solving this problem, click this message."
"Unknown drive, port reset failed."
"Unknown device, descriptor request failed, error code 43."
"Drive did not load successfully."

In Brief, How to Repair Malfunctioned, Unrecognized USB Flash Drive That is not Detected

Insert the stick on another port to see if it can work.
Use the storage gadget on a computer with the right bit.
Use the stick on a device which encrypted it.
Use another cable or interface to see if it can work.
Fix corrupt partitions.
Enter a missing drive letter.

If you are just starting to use memory sticks, expect to see these messages popping up in the right bottom corner of your computer screen. The flash drives get malfunctions with time and use, and can stop working completely. The messages usually indicate that your internal storage device or computer has some issues that need to be solved.

In addition to the above mentioned errors, there are other less serious errors of flash sticks that should not make you panic, such as:

"This USB device can perform faster if you connect it to a high-speed USB 2. 0 port. For a list of available ports, click here" (common in Windows 7).
"Generic volume cannot be stopped right now."
"The disk is write protected, remove write protection or use another disk."
"Pen drive is detected, but not showing in My Computer."
"Please insert disk into drive."
"Please insert a disk into drive windows."
"Can’t format the drive, quit any disk utilities or other programs that are using this drive, and then try formatting again."
Some Flash Drive Error Messages That Should Put You in a Panic Mode Include:

"Please insert disk into removable disk."
"Format Disk" and of course."
"USB Device Not Recognized or Malfunctioned."
You may have to forget about your data storage gadget if you see some of these error messages on your screen, or if your USB flash drive is not showing up or not detected. Your drive could be dead, and the best thing to do is to recover data or files contained in it.

In this article, I will show you how to fix an unrecognized USB flash drive (i.e., one that is not recognized in Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows7, Windows XP and other systems). I will also teach you how to repair a broken USB stick. In addition, I will teach you how to recover data from dead, damaged or corrupted pen drive without formatting. But first,

[Explained] How to Fix a Malfunctioned USB Flash Drive that is not Recognized or Detected

There are several ways to fix your pen drive based on the problem it has. Some of the problems are minor, but may give you a hell of a headache. Save yourself from unnecessary stress by learning numerous ways of repairing your small data storage equipment.

The problem with your flash stick could be due to damaged port or slot. You can insert the pen drive in another port to see if it can work. In fact, this is what you should always try first when your storage stick has issues. You can then perform a USB port repair if you find this is the problem.

To fix the port problem, follow this procedure: Start > Control panel > Hardware and Sound > Device Manager > Universal Serial Bus > Uninstall > Enter > Scan for hardware changes (click on the blue icon to reinstall).

Your mass storage gadget could also be unrecognized because of using it in a computer with a different bit. If your drive was written by a 32 bit computer, it may not work on a 64 bit computer and vice versa. So know your computer bit in order to use the right stick.

The disk could also have been encrypted on another computer machine. An encrypted drive is protected by a pass

Tuesday, April 24, 2018

15 common Android problems and how to fix them A guide for trou

Let's face it, our phones aren't perfect. When they aren't running out of juice, they are slow, won't power on, or have problems connecting to the Internet.

These are some quick fixes for some of the most common problems Android owners face.

1.Too many contacts

Hate that your phone makes every single person you've ever emailed though Gmail one of your phone contacts? Go to Settings > Account > Google. Toggle off the Contact option. Now your Gmail contacts won't sync with your phone.


Numerous users have reported problems with the battery life of their devices. One of the easiest ways to prolong your smartphone's battery is to change your locations and brightness settings.

Enter the settings menu, click on Location, and select battery-saving mode. As for brightness, you should avoid using auto-brightness and instead turn your screen down somewhere below halfway, or to a level that is acceptable for your eyes.

Some phones, such as the Galaxy S5  and above, even include extra battery saving modes. For more tips, here are five ways to boost your Android's battery life right now.

3.Frozen and slow user interface

Phones typically begin to slow down as their internal storage fills up. Try deleting unused apps and photos, or moving them to the cloud or a microSD card. In addition, you should close open apps that you are no longer using, delete app cache, and limit the use of live wallpapers.

An app's cached data can be deleted by going to Settings > Apps, selecting a certain app, and choosing the Clear Cache option. Programs such as App Cache Cleaner and Clean Master, both of which are available for free from the Google Play store, can also be used to automate the process of clearing cache.

For more information, visit this article for speeding up your Android device.

4.Connectivity issues

If you have are having a problem connecting to Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, or your cellular network, enable Airplane mode for 30 seconds, toggle it off, and try connecting again. Sometimes simply toggling the specific connection can also solve the problem.

Still having issues? Try repairing or setting up your Bluetooth device or Wi-Fi network again.

5.GoogleNow problems

Google Now can be a bit finicky. The best thing to remember is to be very specific with your commands. It gets easily confused if you don't. Need a little more help? Here are 20 tips for getting the most out of Google Now.

6.Stalled text messages

Ensure that you are connected to the internet either through Wi-Fi or cellular, click on the unsent message, and click Resend. If the problem continues, try restarting your device or even installing a third-party messaging app.


Certain Androids, like the Droid Turbo, can get really warm. Try not to use your phone while you're charging it and don't use high CPU-sucking apps, like Pokemon Go or Facebook, for long periods of time. If it starts getting warm, give your phone a break.

If you don't do these things, and your phone still gets hot to the touch, then you may want to get it looked at by a professional. The experts I contacted said this could be a sign of a manufacture defect.

8.Syncing error

There are numerous steps you can take to address problems with syncing. First, ensure that you are connected to the internet, and that the service you are trying to sync with, such as Google or Dropbox, isn't down. Double check that your password is correct and try syncing again.

Still having problems? Remove the account from your device and add it again.

9.App crashes

Apps can crash for all sorts of reasons. Is there an update available for either the app or your phone? If so, install it. If not, force close the app by swiping it away in the multitask menu (pictured above) and then reopen it.

10.Unresponsive screen

You may want to throw your phone against the wall when it begins to malfunction, but there isn't a need to panic. Most problems are fixed with a simple restart. Although if you physically damaged your phone or dropped it in water, you may have bigger problems on your hands.

Press the power button and let the phone turn off, but wait a minute or two before powering it back on.

Have an old Android phone? Here are nine new things that you can do with it.

11.GooglePlay Store keeps crashing

The problem is probably a corrupt cache and all you need to do is clear it. Go to Settings> Applications> All Apps> Google Play Store> Storage and select Clear Cache. Restart your phone and the problem should be fixed.

12.Appswon't download

There may be two causes for your apps not downloading. First, go back to the last page on this list and try clearing Google Play store's cache. If that doesn't work, try wiping Google Play's history. The problem is probably a corrupt cache and all you need to do is clear it. Open the Google Play store and tap on the three lines in the upper left of the screen to open the app's menu. Choose Settings and tap on Clear local search history.


If you use the default keyboard, you can get rid of autocorrect words you would never say or misspelled words that your keyboard has learned. All you need to do is long-press the suggestion and drag the word to the trash. Here's how.

14.Yourkids make purchases

If your kids like to play with your phone and end up buying apps or in-game items, there's a simple solution. Go to the Google Play store, click on the three lines at the upper left-hand side of the screen to open the menu and tap on Settings. Then, tick the box for fingerprint authentication and choose For all purchases through Google Play on this device. With this setup, your fingerprint will be needed to make any purchases through Google Play.


Every time you get a new app, a new icon is added to your home screen, which kinda defeats the quick access to your favorite apps that a home screen is supposed to offer. Rick Broida found a fix to that: Open the Google Play app, then tap Menu > Settings and clear the check box next to Add icon to Home screen. Rick has a few more tips for optimizing your Android, too.

Sunday, April 22, 2018

Microsoft Windows shortcut keys

General Windows keyboard shortcuts


Switch between open applications in all versions of Windows. Reverse the direction by pressing Alt+Shift+Tab at the same time.


Switches between program groups, tabs, or document windows in applications that support this feature. Reverse the direction by pressing Ctrl+Shift+Tab at the same time.


Display the properties of the object you double-click on in Windows 95 and later. For example, doing this on a file would display its properties.

Alt+Print Screen

Create a screenshot only for the active program window in all versions of Windows. For example, if you opened the calculator and pressed these shortcut keys, only the calculator window would be created as a screenshot. If just the Print Screen key is pressed the whole screen will be made into a screenshot.


Open the Windows option screen for locking computer, switching user, Task Manager, etc. in later versions of Windows. Pressing Ctrl+Alt+Del multiple times will reboot the computer.


Immediately bring up the Windows Task Manager in Windows 2000 and later.


Open the Windows Start Menu in most versions of Windows. In Windows 8 this opens the Start screen and in Windows 3.x this would bring up the Task Manager.


Switch between open applications on Taskbar in Windows 95 and later.


Drops down the window control menu for the currently open Windows program in Windows 95 and later.


Opens properties window of selected icon or program in Windows 95 and later.


Will delete any file or other object without throwing it into the Recycle Bin in Windows 95 and later.

Hold down the Shift key

When putting in an audio or data CD that uses Autoplay, holding down the Shift key will prevent that CD from playing

Windows function key shortcuts

Below is a listing of keyboard shortcuts that use the keyboard function keys. See our what are F1 through F12 keys page for a full listing of what function keys do with all other programs.


Activates help for current open application. If you're at the Windows Desktop, this will activate the help for Windows.


Renames a highlighted icon, file, or folder in all versions of Windows.


Starts find or search when at the Windows Desktop in all versions of Windows.


In Windows 95 and later, F4 opens the drive selection or address bar when browsing files in Windows Explorer.

Pressing Alt+F4 closes the current open program window without a prompt in all versions of Windows.

Pressing Ctrl+F4 closes the open window within the current active window in Microsoft Windows. Only works in programs that support multiple windows or tabs in the same program window.


While in Windows Explorer, F6 will move the cursor to different Windows Explorer pane or in Windows 7 browse available drives.


Pressing F8 over and over as the computer is booting will start the computer in Safe Mode.


Activates the File menu bar in all versions of Windows.

Simulates a right-click on selected item, which is useful if right-click is difficult or impossible using the mouse

Thursday, April 19, 2018


In computing, a file shortcut is a handle in a user interface that allows the user to find a file or resource located in a different directory  or folder from the place where the shortcut is located. Similarly, an Internet shortcut allows the user to open a page, file or resource located at a remote Internet location or Web site.

Shortcuts are typically implemented as a small file containing a target URI or GUID to an object, or the name of a target program file that the shortcut represents. The shortcut might additionally specify parameters to be passed to the target program when it is run. Each shortcut can have its own icon. Shortcuts are very commonly placed on a desktop, in an application launcher panel such as the Microsoft Windows Start menu, or in the main menu of a desktop environment. The functional equivalent in the Macintosh operating system is called an alias, and a symbolic link (or symlink) in UNIX-like systems.