Month: February 2015

How to Chat with your Friends using MS DOS Command Prompt/Best Notepad trick

WITH this simple trick, you cam actually chat, connect wit friends via command prompt..Hello friends, follow the steps below : 1) All you need is your friend’s IP Address and your Command Prompt. 2) Open Notepad and write the code below as it is @echo off[/LEFT][/INDENT] [INDENT=1][LEFT]:A[/LEFT][/INDENT] [INDENT=1][LEFT]Cls[/LEFT][/INDENT] [INDENT=1][LEFT]echo MESSENGER[/LEFT][/INDENT] [INDENT=1][LEFT]set /p n=User:[/LEFT][/INDENT] [INDENT=1][LEFT]set /p m=Message:[/LEFT][/INDENT] [INDENT=1][LEFT]net send %n% %m%[/LEFT][/INDENT] [INDENT=1][LEFT]Pause[/LEFT][/INDENT] [INDENT=1][LEFT]Goto A 3) Now save this as “Messenger.Bat“. 4) Open Command Prompt. 5) Drag this file (.bat file) over to Command Prompt and press Enter. 6) Now, type the IP Address of the computer you want to contact and press enter. 7) Now all you need to do is type your message and press Enter. Start Chatting. 8) You would then see something like this ...

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How to prevent your facebook Profile safe

Facebook is probably the most popular social networking site in the world and with millions of people logging in and creating their profiles everyday, real life friends and total strangers alike adding you to their lists. It’s worth mentioning that even though the website has been up for a number of years, you still get to hear about hacked profiles and other security breaches. It is always better to be safe than sorry and here are some tips you should keep in mind when using your Facebook profile or page. Be careful who you add: Adding new friends is fun on a social networking site but remember whoever you do add on your list has access to all your background information. Sometimes it’s better to trim down the number of friends as you do not want your private information falling into the wrong hands. It’s always advisable not to add those you really don’t know. A smart password: Like most websites, you should really use a smart password. Avoid using your birth date or name as the password and of course not a series of numbers like “123456”, they are the easiest to hack. Use a lot of numbers and characters in the password and make sure you never share it with anyone. Signing in from where? : A lot of us use smartphones, tablets and laptops to log...

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How to Stay Safe On The Internet

Either directly or indirectly, almost everything we do these days requires the internet or somehow connected to the world wide web and the internet seems to be growing too fast for most people to comprehend. There are risks involved with using the internet like virus attacks, malware, spyware and data theft which has affected a lot of users.It is best to use a good anti-virus and firewall of course but sometimes even the smaller things you ignore can keep you safe from harm on the internet. Anti-Virus for your computer Having a good Anti-virus installed on your computer or device is a must for keeping your device safe from all attacks, some of these do cost a lot but a relatively cheap one is to use ESETNOD 32 which is a lightweight but amazing anti-virus. Password Protect Make sure your passwords on all your websites/social networking sites and email accounts are different and not easy to guess. Use a lot of numbers, alphabets and special characters to keep it safe from hackers. Never believe everything online You think you might have won $100000 in a random raffle but they need all your personal and bank details to send the prize money. This is probably a trap as when they do get your information they would ask for some money to release the prize money and you would never hear...

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Starts Rolling with BlackBerry 10 OS 10.3.1

BlackBerry has released a major software which brings a handful of new features for older BB10 smartphones that haven’t received a major update since OS 10.2.1 in 2014. It brings features that came preinstalled on latest devices, the BlackBerry Passport and Classic, so OS 10.3.1 is going to appeal more to users who have devices like the Z30, Z3, Z10, Q10 and the Q5. The update is also being rolled out to Porsche Design P’9983 and P’9982. Apart from a visual overhaul users will receive features like BlackBerry Blend, Assistant, “battery boosting technology, as well as improvements for the BlackBerry Hub, camera, calendar, multimedia and much more. The BlackBerry Classic and BlackBerry Passport both come with the Android Appstore pre-installed. With this update the Appstore will also be natively included in older device, previously it was only possible to sideload Amazon’s app offering. BlackBerry Assistant is the company’s own take on a virtual private assistant. It now makes its way to older devices after debuting with new BB smartphones. Same goes for BlackBerry Blend which lets users access content and files stored on their device using a computer or a tablet.   the BlackBerry 10 OS 10.3.1 update is being released across Europe, Africa, Asia Pacific and the Middle East. Residents of countries where carrier approval is required for the update may have to wait for a while before...

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