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Tuesday, 26 January 2016

Control your Google ads

Control your Google ads

You can control the ads that are delivered to you based on your Google Account, across devices, by editing these settings. These ads are more likely to be useful and relevant to you.

Google serve ads based on your interests. Google infer your interests based on information such as your age, gender, and searches you have done or websites you have visited. With our Ads Settings tool, you can control ads based on your interests.

Google want you to know that, even if you turn off interest-based ads, you may still see ads based on factors such as your browser type, location, and recent searches related to your current search.

You can able to change the ads settings for your interest 

Thursday, 24 September 2015

Google vs PM of India

As Sundar says in a welcome video we've just put up on YouTube, "there is no more important role for tech companies today than helping to connect the next billion Internet users," and "we, at Google, as well as many others around the world, are passionate about playing our part."

Monday, 7 September 2015


Ninite will start working as soon as you run it not bother you with any choices or options install apps in their default location gives you all free software by one click.

Ninite will 

  • say no to toolbars or extra junk
  • install 64-bit apps on 64-bit machines
  • install apps in your PC's language or one you choose
  • do all its work in the background
  • install the latest stable version of an app
  • skip up-to-date apps
  • skip any reboot requests from installers
  • use your proxy settings from Internet Explorer
  • download apps from each publisher's official site
  • verify digital signatures or hashes before running anything
  • work best if you turn off any web filters or firewalls
  • save you a lot of time!

Ninite installs apps for you in the background. No clicking next. We say NO to toolbars or other junk.

Your installer will update apps to the latest versions. If something is up-to-date we'll skip it.

Saturday, 5 September 2015

Freemake Video converter : Free download

Freemake Video converter can converts all type of formats like AVI, WMV, MP4, DVD, MP3, iPAD,iPhone, PSP, Xbox, Android phones, Video to MP3 with one click!

And also rib and burn DVD. Covert YouTube to MP3, AVI, MP4, etc.,

It's free, safe, and absolutely easy to use. You just install it to your computer, then add files, choose ypur format(that you want to convert), and get what you want.

For More clear details, please visit official website :

Facebook Page of Freemake

Twitter Freemake

YouTube Channel of Freemake

Friday, 15 August 2014


We have a problem with shortcut virus on our expandable device
There is a solution to recover that problem with the help of command Prompt (cmd)..
 Also recover that problem to download Shortcut virus remover..

Thursday, 20 February 2014

Multi Media Card (MMC) and Secure Digital (SD) Card

MultiMediaCard (MMC) is a flash memory card standard. Typically, an MMC is used as storage media for a portable device, in a form that can easily be removed for access by a PC.

Secure Digital (SD) is a flash 
(non-volatile) memory card format and is used for storage. MMC and SD cards differ in their physical size,capacity and their usage.

Both come in different memory sizes as well. While MMCs can be used in a standard SD card slot, the latter cannot be used in a MMC slot.

The Multi Media Card (MMC) is a flash memory card standard.
The Secure Digital (SD) Card is a flash memory card format.

MMC was developed by Siemens AG and SanDisk, and introduced in 1997.
SD Card was developed by Matsushita, SanDisk and Toshiba in 1999.

MMC are normally used as storage media for portable devices, such as digital cameras, cellular phones,digital audio players and PDAs.
SD card is used as a storage media in the following: Sony PS 3, Wii, GP2X GNU/Linux based portable games console, DAB radios, Global Positioning System receivers,Camcorders, cellular phones, digital audio players, PDAs etc.

The size of a standard MMC card is 24 mm x 32 mm x 1.4 mm while that of a SD card is 24 mm × 32 mm × 2.1 mm. So from the size comparison, we can see that SD cards are much thicker than the MMC cards, 2.1 mm against 1.4 mm.

SD cards are normally available in two more versions. They are miniSD and microSD. MicroSD is the smallest memory card available commercially. The size is 15mm × 11mm × 0.7mm. It is about 25% of the size of an SD card. With the help of adapters it can be used in those devices which are meant for SD, miniSD, or Memory Stick Duo cards; but they are not universally compatible.

MiniSD card was launched in 2003 and has ultra-small form factor extension to the SD card standard. These cards were designed especially for mobile phones; and packaged with a miniSD adapter through which it can also be used in devices that equipped with a standard SD Memory Card slot.
SDHC (Secure Digital High Capacity, SD 2.0), an extension of SD card, allows larger capacity, more than 2 GB. It uses the FAT32 file system which supports partition sizes greater than 2 GB. SDHC card has 3 different classes depending on their speed. Class 2 has speed of 2 MB/s, class 4 has 4MB/s, and class 6 has 6 MB /s. SDIO is another standard for SD card, which stands for Secured Digital Input and Output.