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Free App from Microsoft To Control Your PC Through Android

Auther : KUMAR LEKHU on Tuesday, 26 November 2013 | 17:11

Tuesday, 26 November 2013
As we all know that Computer is not a portable device and mobile phone is portable. If you are out of home and want to suddenly access your computer due to some reason, generally it is impossible. But the new technologies and software made this task possible. Yes guys, you can now control your home PC via Android phone from almost anywhere.
It is really most useful and amazing fact for all the Android and PC users. For an instance, if you are out of home such as office or anywhere else and want to access your home PC due to see some files, you can do it by using an Android app.
Anyway, if you forgot to shutdown your home PC or office PC, by controlling your computer with phone you can also shutdown them from anywhere. So, here is such free Microsoft’s Remote Desktop app for Android phones to control your Personal Computer via phone from anywhere.
Control PC From Your Android Phone
So, now have a look on the complete details about this app -

Microsoft Remote Desktop Android App

With the Microsoft Remote Desktop app, you can connect to a remote PC and your work resources from almost anywhere through your Android phone. This app supports in all Windows PC, so experience the power of this app on your Windows PC. This app provides you multiple features. Some of them are following -
  • You can access to remote resources through your Remote Desktop Gateway
  • It provides you rich multi-touch experience with remote desktop protocol supporting Windows gestures
  • It offers secure connection to your data and applications
  • It makes a simple management of all remote connections
There are so many features of this app are available. You can install this app from Google Play Store. For additional information, it requires Android version 2.2 and above.


It may happen many times that we forget some important files on our PC and want to access them from anywhere else such as office. In other case we forget to shutdown PC, the Microsoft Remote Desktop App is made for controlling your PC via your Android phone from anywhere else. It is really very necessary app for all people. So, don’t forget to install this app on your Android phone and enjoy the uninterrupted services of this free app.
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Has the race just started again?

Auther : KUMAR LEKHU on Sunday, 13 October 2013 | 12:33

Sunday, 13 October 2013
Competition for control of the global smartphone market is more heated than ever. With new handsets from Samsung, Apple, HTC, Nokia, and BlackBerry, consumers have their pick of a wide-range of top-notch devices that feature some truly impressive technology. Let’s take a closer look at the latest handsets to take the world by storm—and what the future may hold in this constantly evolving market.

BlackBerry Z10

            BlackBerry made headlines earlier this year with the release of the flagship BlackBerry Z10 device, the first handset to run on its new BlackBerry 10 operating system. The new OS boasts many cool new features, including an upgraded BlackBerry Hub and BlackBerry Flow with Active Frames, which allows you to keep up to eight apps running simultaneously. The OS has also been lauded for its top-notch security features, such as the ability for users to screen malicious apps, conduct private browsing, and keep all of their work and personal data completely separate via BlackBerry Balance.

Nokia Lumia 1020

            For shutterbugs, Nokia’s Lumia 1020 is a dream device, boasting a 41-megapixel camera sensor, PureView technology, Optical Image Stabilisation, and high-resolution zoom. To put this comparison with other devices on the market, the Samsung Galaxy S4 comes with a 13-megapixel camera, while the iPhone 5S and BlackBerry Z10 both comes with 8-megapixel cameras and the HTC One comes with just 4-megapixels. The innovative camera on the Lumia 1020 means that users can zoom in and crop photos even after the photo has been taken without reducing image quality. The device runs on the new Windows Phone 8 OS. Nokia was purchased by Microsoft last month, an acquisition that could help take it to the next level in terms of design and innovation.


            The HTC One is a force to be reckoned with this year, as it recently picked up three very coveted awards at the T3 Gadget Awards 2013—the T3 Design Award, Phone of the Year, and Gadget of the Year. The device has been lauded for its sturdy aluminum build and impressive display, which at 468ppi, boasts a much better pixel density than Apple’s famed Retina Display (326ppi). The HTC One also runs on Android 4.1 OS and a quad-core processor, making it one of the best-performing devices on the market.

Samsung Galaxy Note 3

            It may not be quite fair to put the Galaxy Note 3 in the same category as the other devices on this list, as it is technically a cross between a phone and a tablet. This “phablet” comes with a 151.2mm screen, making it difficult to operate with just one hand. However, the device’s 2.3GHz quad-core Snapdragon 800 makes it excellent for browsing and gaming, and the new S Pen makes note-taking easier than ever. For those who want an all-in-one device, the Galaxy Note 3 is a solid choice.

Apple iPhone 5S

            Last but not least, Apple released its much-anticipated iPhone 5S just last month. The device is the first to run on Apple’s new iOS7, which boasts a brighter, cleaner, and sleeker display than its predecessors. Much hype has been centered on the device’s innovative Touch ID technology and 64-bit A7 mobile processor, though it is worth noting here that Samsung has already announced that its next generation of high-end smartphones will feature 64-bit processors as well.

What’s Next?

            While the latest smartphone technology is certainly impressive, we can’t help but to look forward to future innovations. It is certain that Nokia’s Lumia 1020 has upped the game for smartphone cameras, and that Apple’s Touch ID technology and 64-bit mobile processor will become an industry standard. Further out, CNET predicts that gesture-control and wearable tech will be the next big thing. Only time will tell for sure, but there’s no denying that the future holds many exciting innovations....

This article is written by Mr. Felipe Baudouin
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View Your WiFi Network Password In Windows PC

Auther : KUMAR LEKHU on Wednesday, 18 September 2013 | 01:34

Wednesday, 18 September 2013
Now a days, users of WiFi connection are increasing day by day because of its affordable price and fast internet browsing. So, if you are using WiFi connection, it is also very necessary to protect your network from your surroundings with the help of a strong password.But many times it may happen that you forget your WiFi password because of the multiple account passwords in our mind. So, here you don’t need to remember WiFi network password because your Windows PC enables you to view your forgotten WiFi network security password very easily.
So, this article guides you about how to view your forgotten WiFi network password in Windows XP and Windows 7 PC. So, have a look on the steps included to do so -
STEP 1 : Open Start menu and search for Manage Wireless Networks in Programs and files search bar.
STEP 2 : Here you’ll see your wireless networks. Double click on your active network and select Security tab.
Open wireless security
STEP 3 : Tick Show characters to view your forgotten WiFi network password.
View WiFi Password
That’s all ! So, here you can view your WiFi password when you forget it. I hope it will help you and even if you have any problem to do it, speak your mind freely in our comment box to fix your problem.
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How To Pin Your Favorite Folder to Windows 7 's Taskbar

Auther : KUMAR LEKHU on Saturday, 14 September 2013 | 12:23

Saturday, 14 September 2013
We all know how to pin our favorite programs to the Windows 7 taskbar. Simply right click them, and select the 'Pin to the Taskbar' option. We don't have similar option for folders.  Here's how we do that.

Right-click any folder of your choice, drag it to the empty space of Windows 7 Task bar and drop it as soon as you see 'Pin to Windows Explorer' flashing. You read it right, it'll pin the folder to Windows Explorer's jumplist. Not simply to the taskbar.
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Easily Run Android in your TV

The open source nature of Android is one of the many reasons why it is so popular now. Android has seen an explosive growth of devices and users. Many manufacturers from big names like Samsung to a small manufacturer from China produce devices with Android pre-installed. The devices are not just limited to phones and tablet. These days, Android also powers gaming consoles and televisions. One of the interesting use of Android is to power dongles which allow us to run Android on our TV screens.

Most of the TV screens these days, whether they are LED, LCD or Plasma, have an HDMI port which can be used to transfer high definition audio and video. The Android Dongles also known as Android PC sticks make use of such HDMI ports to run this operating system on the big screen. It is pretty interesting even to imagine a 40 inch screen running a mobile operating system capable of running apps and games. Playing games like Angry Birds and using Facebook on the big TV screens is taking it to the next level.

We kind find many Android PC Sticks in the market. You can easily get one of these at less than 100 USDs. The PC stick that started it all was the Android MINI PC MK802 produced by a Chinese company called Rikomagic. MK802 is an Android device which looks like a USB drive. We are going to talk about this PC Stick in this post.

To run Android in your TV follow these steps:

1) Get an Android PC Stick. We got hold of this Android MINI PC MK802. Currently the product is marked at $37.45 at Amazon.

2) Power and Connect MK802 (or any other PC stick) with your TV using the mini HDMI cable that comes along with this product.

3) Connect the power cable to the wall socket to power the PC stick.

4) Select the option in your television that says to output from the connected HDMI slot.

5) You can see android booting up on your television.

It is to be noted that the MK802 is just a basic PC stick with Android 4.0 and 1.0 Ghz Processor. It is good for watching videos and movies, playing simple games like Angry Birds and using apps such as Facebook. It is not good for running apps that depend heavily upon screen tilt action as tilting your television screen won't do anything. This PC stick also requires an external 2.4 Ghz Mouse and Keyboard if you want to use their functions.

Once you get this device running you will be easily able to play video formats not supported by a TV with subtitles and use internet in your television with wifi of the PC stick. If you need higher end Android hardwares you can try the newer versions such as MK802 IV with Android 4.2, a Quad core processor and 2 GB DDR3 memory.
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Get Free 80MB of Data with N100 on Airtel

Auther : KUMAR LEKHU on Friday, 13 September 2013 | 20:00

Friday, 13 September 2013
In Nigeria, internet subscriptions are quite expensive. 200MB of data cost around N1,000. With the advent of Blackberry internet subscription plans, browsing has become a bit cheaper. With N1,500, one can get around 2GB or more size of data. Although not all ISP Blackberry subscription plans work on other devices, but thanks to Airtel that allows it Blackberry users to use their Blackberry subscription on other devices. 
With normal plans, N100 can only purchase 10MB of data. But with the trick I’ll be sharing here, you will be able to purchase 80MB worth of data with just N100. Follow the procedures I out lined below to get it done.

Steps to Get 80MB with N100 Airtel

  1. Recharge your airtel line with N100
  2. Send ‘BBUD’ to 440 via SMS. You will receive a message that you are welcome to Airtel BB Unlimited, just ignore the message and move to step 3.
  3. Send ‘stopautorenew’ to 440. This will keep them from renewing the plan again without your consent.
 When you are done with the steps above, dial *141*712*0# or *123*10# on your phone to check your data balance.
 You can now use your sim card on your Modem, iPad, Android smartphone and etc.
 NB: Let say you recharge with N200 and do it two times, that will result to 160MB of data. This simply implies that the more time you do it, the more money you will pay and at the same time gain more data.
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A New Search Engine is Going to Launch Soon..

Auther : KUMAR LEKHU on Monday, 19 August 2013 | 04:50

Monday, 19 August 2013
Yes You Are Listining Right.....??
A Brand New Search Engine i.e. is Going To Launch Very Soon.
As per its Name Its meaning Is Give Answer In English.
This Will be the perfect For Indian User...
Currently I dont Have Additional information About this... But sure I will Post Soon...
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LinkedIn Today Introduces Analytics for Company Pages

Auther : KUMAR LEKHU on Saturday, 17 August 2013 | 03:25

Saturday, 17 August 2013
It seems hard to believe, with all the talk these days about Facebook and Twitter analytics, that LinkedIn has taken so long to introduce its own set of tools.

LinkedIn announced the new LinkedIn Analytics suite for its Company Pages on its official blog recently. But they are also designed to work in conjunction with the recently launched Sponsored Updates.

What You’ll Be Able to Track With LinkedIn Analytics

According to LinkedIn, a “company updates” section shows you details of each post you share. This includes information on how much of your audience was reached, and the number of impressions, clicks, interactions and new followers you acquired as a result.
The section also lets you group your Sponsored Updates by individual campaign allowing you to analyze your marketing efforts from another perspective.
A “follower analytics” section gives you a look at your audience. You can learn more about their demographics based on data they have provided LinkedIn in creating their professional profiles.
But what is most intriguing is that the LinkedIn Analytics section also gives you data on how you stack up with competitors in the LinkedIn network, such as how many followers they have by comparison.
Of course, this also means your competitors on LinkedIn can get a sneak peak on how your data stacks up to theirs.
Best of all, LinkedIn Analytics offers what appear to be simple explanations of each metric. Simply hover over the question mark next to each term with your cursor to learn more.
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Do You Know Online Male Shoppers Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus

Do men and women shop differently? “Of course,” answers anyone who’s ever witnessed a married couple on a trip to the mall. Typically, when it comes to brick-and-mortar retail stores, men like to get in, get what they need and get out fast. They’re not major comparison shoppers and they’re more willing to pay a little more to speed the process than they are to spend time hunting down bargains.
But does the same difference between the sexes hold true when it comes to eCommerce—and if so, how can you tailor your marketing to attract both men and women? A recent Shopzilla survey polled men and women ecommerce shoppers about their latest online purchase. Here’s some of what it found.

Men and Women’s Online Shopping Behavior

Overall, men and women’s eCommerce shopping behavior was almost exactly alike. The vast majority of purchases (87 percent for men and 82 percent for women) were made on a desktop. Next most popular was an iPad, used by 13 percent of women and 10 percent of men. All other devices were far behind.
The bulk of eCommerce orders were placed from home (84 percent for women and 81 percent for men), which kind of gives the lie to the idea that employees are spending much of their time shopping online. Just 15 percent of men and 13 percent of women had made their most recent purchases while at work.
While “showrooming,” researching products in stores and then buying them cheaper online, has gotten a lot of play in the media, 79 percent of women and 76 percent of men bought products online without ever looking at them in a store. Showrooming behavior was slightly more common among men—12 percent of men say they looked at something in-store and then bought it online from a different store, but only 9 percent of women had.
Price matters to both men and women—77 percent of women and 74 percent of men say price influenced their purchases, while 80 percent of men and 79 percent of women say they bought from the store that “offered the best all-around price” for the product in question. Both sexes also care about free shipping, with close to 60 percent saying they chose a store that offered it.
However, women are more likely to actively hunt for bargains and deals. Just 57 percent of men, compared to 71 percent of women, say the item they purchased was on sale. Women are also more likely to use coupons, with 34 percent of women using them vs. 26 percent of men.

Male vs Female: Where the Sexes Differ Online

While marketing methods such as print advertising, social media, word-of-mouth and blogs worked equally well (or poorly) on men and women, there are a couple areas where the sexes differ:
  • Women are more likely to pay attention to marketing emails. Fourteen percent of women, compared to 8 percent of men, say they first saw their most recent online purchase in an email from a store.
  • Men are more likely to find a product when “surfing around” online. Thirty three percent of men, versus 26 percent of women, first saw their most recent purchase this way.
What do these stats mean to you?

If You’re Targeting Men:

  • Consider paid search advertising: So your product pops up when men are searching or reading about related or competing products. Improve your SEO (Search Engine Optimization) so your products and website are more likely to show up when they’re actively searching.
  • If you own a brick-and-mortar store:  Combat male showrooming by ensuring your employees are well-prepared and well-versed in what you sell. Offer the option to order the product in-store from your own website for (semi) instant gratification.

If You’re Targeting Women:

  • Emails get results: With most women shopping online from home, don’t worry about sending emails during the busy part of the work day. Try emailing in the afternoon (around 3PM) to ignite her interest as her workday energy flags) and again after dinnertime when she’s likely to be settling down and relaxing.
  • Offer coupons: Whether you post discount codes and coupons on online coupon sites, on your social media accounts, on your website or in emails, use them. Women love to feel the thrill of the hunt when shopping, and tracking down that great coupon offer is part of it.
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Do You Know Google Can Tell You Is Your Site Mobile Friendly or Not?

According to one statistic, half of all local searches are performed on a mobile device.  With more people accessing websites using their smartphones, making sure you website is readable on a phone is not something you can ignore. Load times, readability and images often render differently on a smaller screen.  If a website is less functional when viewed on a phone versus a regular PC or laptop, many mobile users will simply leave a site.
Now Google wants to help make sure your website is mobile friendly. Its GoMo site, launched last November, lets you test the functionality of your website on a mobile device. The site uses a tool called GoMoMeter, created by Mullen Advertising, and powered by Keynote Systems‘ MITE product, which allows users to see what their websites would look like on a mobile device. It also provides tips for improving mobile readiness of your site, as well as resources for building the mobile version of your website.
Why Being Mobile Friendly Matters
According to Google, 60% of users expect a mobile site to load in three seconds or less. More than half of users wouldn’t recommend a business with a bad mobile site. So even if you don’t think you need a mobile version of your site, you could, in fact, be losing customers without one.
According to Nisheeth Mohan of Keynote systems, mobile users will be spending even more time browsing the mobile Web in 2012.  ”Consumers are beginning to expect a desktop experience with their mobile devices,” he said, “With increased spending for mobile advertisements and marketing as well as the use of mobile for commerce, businesses must be mobile ready to leverage mobile to reach existing and new customers. Optimized mobile websites will be critical components in driving revenue moving forward.”
How the GOMO Meter Works
You go to the site, enter your URL, and the GoMoMeter will display what your site looks like on a mobile device. Answer a few questions about readability and whether you could click the links with a thumb, and you’re taken to a page that gives you your page’s loading speed,  info on images displaying correctly and text size. You’re given the option to download a free customized report with suggestions for improving your site’s mobile functionality.
Here are a few general tips from Google for making sure your site functions well on a mobile phone:
  • Keep loading times fast
  • Simplify navigation
  • Be “thumb friendly”
  • Design for visibility
To test your site’s mobile friendliness, visit GoMo.
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You Need to Know More About Customizing Android’s Lock Screen

Auther : KUMAR LEKHU on Thursday, 15 August 2013 | 02:04

Thursday, 15 August 2013

Android’s lock screen supports a variety of different unlock methods as well as widgets, which allow you to take action and view information from the lock screen. To really master your device, you’ll want to tweak your lock screen.
Lock-screen widgets can help you interact with your phone without unlocking it. They wereadded in Android 4.2, but older versions of Android can use third-party lock-screen widgets. If you don’t like them, you can disable them.

Disable the Lock Screen

Android’s lock screen can be enabled or disabled. If you don’t want to see the lock screen, you can disable it entirely. Instead, your home screen (or the app you left open) will appear when you press the power button and turn on your phone or tablet.
To control whether the lock-screen is enabled or disabled, open Android’s Settings screen and tap the Security option under Personal.
Tap the Screen lock option and select None. Your device will now skip the lock screen every time you turn it on.
Note that you can’t do this if you’ve enabled encryption on your Android device. It will prevent you from disabling the lock-screen, as that would defeat the point of encrypting your device. Encryption will also prevent you from using the insecure Slide and Pattern unlock mechanisms.

Choose Your Unlock Method

If you do want to use a lock screen, you can choose a variety of different ways of unlocking your device:
  • Slide: Slide your finger over an icon on the lock screen to unlock your device. This method provides no additional security — it just prevents your device from becoming accidentally unlocked if it’s in your pocket or bag and the power button is accidentally pressed.
  • Face Unlock: Face Unlock uses your device’s camera to take a picture of your face. You’ll then need to look at your device to log in. Google notes that Face Unlock is less secure than patterns, PINs, and passwords — someone could theoretically log in with a picture of you. It also doesn’t work perfectly, and may not recognize you or may recognize other people as you. This may be fun to play with, but don’t rely on it for security.
  • Pattern: Slide your finger over a grid of nine dots in a pattern to unlock. It’s a convenient, fast way to unlock, but it doesn’t provide the most security. The pattern may be easy to guess by the residue of oil your finger leaves over the screen as you repeatedly slide it in that direction, and someone can easily see the pattern if they’re looking over your shoulder. It also provides many fewer combinations — for example, if you start at the top-right corner, the next dot you touch must be an adjacent dot. This narrows down the possible options and makes a pattern easier to guess than a PIN.
  • PIN: Create a numerical PIN code to unlock your device. The PIN must be at least four characters long, but can be longer. A PIN is like a password, but can only use numbers.
  • Password: You can use a password that can incorporates letters, numbers, and special characters. It must be at least four characters long, but can be longer. Most users won’t want to use a password, as it’s the most inconvenient way to unlock your device. However, if you’re worried about a business device with very sensitive data being accessed, using a password may be ideal.

Lock Screen Widgets

If you do use a lock screen, you can use lock-screen widgets for quick, convenient access to information and apps on your lock screen.
  • Android 4.1 and earlier: If you’re using an older version of Android, you’ll need to usea third-party solution like WidgetLocker to use lock-screen widgets.
  • Android 4.2 and later: Android 4.2 added support for lock-screen widgets. Simply swipe to the left on the lock screen and you’ll be able to add widgets (swipe to the right to quickly access the camera app). These widgets can be accessed from the lock-screen by swiping to the left. You can even replace the clock — which is the default widget on your lock-screen — with another widget, such as the Google Now widget for quickly viewing information, the Google Keep widget for quickly taking notes, or the Gmail widget so you can see your inbox on your lock screen.
Widgets can be used from the lock-screen without entering the device’s unlock code. However, you’ll have to enter the unlock code to add new widgets.
Android and Google’s included apps come with a variety of lock-screen widgets, and third-party apps can also include them. However, this is a fairly new feature and many third-party apps are not yet including lock-screen widgets.
  • Quickly View Information: Google’s lock-screen widgets seem optimized for interacting with individual apps rather than quickly viewing information at a glance. If you want to view information on your main lock-screen, try DashClock. It replaces the default lock-screen clock widget with one which you can extend with other information. For example, with DashClock you can view your emails, the weather, and other quick bits of information directly on your main lock screen.
  • Disable Lock Screen Widgets: If you don’t like lock-screen widgets and think they just get in the way, you can disable them entirely. Google provides a way to do this via device administration policies, but there’s no included option in the Settings screen. To disable widgets, you can install the Lockscreen Policy app — it just provides a simple interface you can use to toggle the policy option and immediately disable the lock-screen widgets. You can also disable the quick access to the camera from here.

You can access a few more settings from Android’s Security screen. For example, you can control how long after sleep your phone automatically locks. if your phone falls asleep in your hand, you can then tap the power button to quickly wake it without entering your code. You can also add “Owner info” that appears on the lock screen, which could be useful if your phone becomes lost and is found by a good samaritan.
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Know How To Change The Layout Of Google Plus Profile

Auther : KUMAR LEKHU on Monday, 12 August 2013 | 17:59

Monday, 12 August 2013
As we all know that some days ago Google has changed the layout of Google plus profile page. But if you are not happy with it’s new layout, you can change it very easily. This article guides you Know how to change Google plus profile stream layout. So, have a look on the following easy steps to change the stream layout of your Google plus profile.

STEP 1 : Visit and log in with your Google account.
STEP 2 : After log in, you’ll reach Google plus profile home page. Here you need to click on More button and select any layout stream as you want.
Change stream layout in Google plus
That’s it ! I hope you’ll do it very easily. Just click on any the two stream layout to make your Google plus home page as you want. So, click on one and check which one is suitable for you. If you fell any problem to change layout, don’t forget to leave a comment here.
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