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Rainmeter : Desktop customization program for Windows

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Rainmeter is the best known and most popular desktop customization program for Windows. Enhance your Windows computer at home or work with skins; handy, compact applets that float freely on your desktop. Rainmeter skins provide you with useful information at a glance. It's easy to keep an eye on your system resources, like memory and battery power, or your online data streams, including email, RSS feeds, and weather forecasts.
Many skins are even functional: they can record your notes and to-do lists, launch your favorite applications, control your media player - all in a clean, unobtrusive interface that you can rearrange and customize to your liking.

There are thousands and thousands of skins available, crafted by a large and ever-growing community of Rainmeter users.
Rainmeter is not just an application, it is a robust toolkit. Create and modify your own skins in a simple language that's easy to learn, with the help of our extensive documentation, getting started guide and skin tutorials. Skins call upon measures, a set of powerful built-in modules that do all the heavy lifting, and create interactive meters to display that information however you decide. In this way, Rainmeter brings productive innovation together with creative artistry like no other platform of its kind.

Rainmeter is a community. People in our forums are always happy to help you get started or answer questions. Over the last few years, a thriving community has built up around Rainmeter, as average users freely contribute their own original skins, their generous knowledge and support, and their inspirational ideas to a project whose scope and capabilities are constantly expanding.
Rainmeter is designed for YOUR system. Rainmeter uses very little CPU and RAM resources, has a tiny space footprint, and will run perfectly well on any hardware using Windows XP through Windows 8.
Rainmeter is free and open source. Rainmeter is open source software distributed free of charge under the terms of the GNU GPL v2 license. If you want to get involved, check the Rainmeter GitHub repository.
You can download it from their official website:- Rainmeter
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Install Windows in 10 Minutes!!!!

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Formatting And Fresh Installation of Windows  is a lengthy and boring Process But we all Have To do that.Sometimes In a Month And Sometimes in A week.Its Approx 40-60 minutes long process.But Friends Today I will Show You how To format Or Fresh Install  in Just 10 minutes.So Lets Take A look.

To perform a clean installation of Windows XP, follow these steps: 

  • Start your computer from the Windows XP CD. To do this, insert the Windows XP CD into your CD drive or DVD drive, and then restart your computer.  

  • Note To boot from your Windows XP CD, the BIOS settings on your computer must be configured to do this.

    1. When you see the "Press any key to boot from CD" message, press any key to start the computer from the Windows XP CD.
    1. At the Welcome to Setup screen, press ENTER to start Windows XP Setup.
    1. Read the Microsoft Software License Terms, and then press F8.
    1. Follow the instructions on the screen to select and format a partition where you want to install Windows XP.
    1. Follow the instructions on the screen to complete the Windows XP Setup.

    STEP 1 : After the Copy Part is Over ... System is Rebooted as we all know In general Formatting Procedure...
    Now After Reboot The Below Image Will Appear....
    So Friends Above All Is Only Normal Process. The main Part Begins From Here...

    STEP 2: Now As This Image APPEARS You Have to Press  "Shift + F10 "  . This Will Open The command Prompt...  Now type  taskmgr  in it. This will open the Task manager .

    STEP 3 : After The task Manager Opens Goto Processes ... And Find "Setup.exe"  process and Right CLICK on It.... and set the Priority to Highest....

    STEP 4
    : Now Just Wait And Watch It Will Completed In 2 minutes To 9 Minutes. Vary From System To System.
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    Converting Videos With VLC

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    There’s no doubt that VLC is one of the most acclaimed and feature-rich media players available. Yes, of course the reason is its seamless ability to play wide variety of media files and discs but that’s not all.
    Using VLC you can do many creative things with your videos and one of the examples that we have already seen is its ability to cut video clips. I’m sure you’ll appreciate the ease with which it gets the job done without any hassle whatsoever.
    Impressive, right? So, today we will see how you can use your VLC media player as a free video converter for all your media files.

    Converting Videos With VLC

    Step 1: Launch VLC media player and click on Media –> Convert / Save.
    convert save

    Step 2: Under the file tab you will see two sections. In the first one add the file you want to convert while the second section can be used to embed a subtitle to the converted video that’s already in sync.

             open file

    Step 3: Click on the Convert/Save button when you are done. Finally select the destination folder, give a desired filename, select the desired video profile and click on the start button.

                destination file

    Note: By default VLC media player comes packed with a few profiles that can convert your video to most of the widely used audio and video formats. You can edit, delete or create new profiles using three buttons located next to the select profile dropdown list.

       advance editing

    You can play with various settings like audio and video codecs to get your desired conversion profile.

    Step 5: Once everything is at place press the start button.
    It’s now time to sit back and relax. The player will stream the video in twice the speed and convert it at the same time in the background.

    My Opinion

    VLC video converter is as powerful as any of the widely used video converters. With editable parameters like codecs to use, frame rate, bitrate etc, VLC can surely give most of the paid converters out there a run for their money. The only feature lacking is the ability to batch convert videos.
    So do try using VLC as a video converter and share with us your experience.
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    HTML: A Beginner's Guide, A Handy E-book for your Knowledge

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    Book Description

    You will learn how to structure a page, place images, size text, create links, generate Web-safe colors, work with multimedia, and more. Hands-on exercises, notes, and ask-the-expert sections make it easy to learn the essential skills.

    HTML: A Beginner's Guide, 4th Edition book covers more efficient coding techniques using CSS; going beyond the basics to create dynamic content with JavaScript; and the latest browsers. By the end of the book you will be able to build slickly designed, fully functioning websites using the latest HTML techniques.

    Book Details

    By:Wendy Willard
    File size:11.8 MB
    File format:PDF

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    How to Root Your Android Device (Framaroot Method)

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    Framaroot is a one-click universal root method that works on a number of Android devices. With a couple of root exploits attached with the app, you can easily root your device in no time. The app also allows users to unroot their devices within a single-click, so you can just go back to the unrooted state in a second should you want to. So without further ado, let’s see how you can root your device using Framaroot:

    I. Before You Begin:

    1. This will void the warranty of your device. However, you can reinstate the warranty by unrooting your device if there’s any unrooting procedure available.

    2. This only works for the devices listed on its official page.

    II. Downloading Required Files:

    1. Framaroot APK (It’s attached in the first post)

    III. Rooting Your Android Device (Framaroot Method):

    1. Download and place the Framaroot APK onto your Desktop.

    2. Connect your device to your PC using the USB cable.

    3. Copy the Framaroot APK over to the root of your SD card.

    4. Once it’s been copied, disconnect your device from your PC.

    5. Head to Menu>>Settings>>Security on your device and enable the Unknown sources option.

    6. Open the File Manager app on your device and install the app you copied earlier to your device.

    7. Once the app’s been installed, launch it from your App Drawer.

    8. Select Install SuperSU from the first dropdown menu.

    9. As for selecting the exploit (there’re three, SamFrodo and Aragorn), head to this page and see what exploit works for your device. Once you find it out, tap on it in the app.

    10. The app should begin rooting your device, shouldn’t take too long to finish.

    11. Reboot your device once it’s been rooted.

    12. You’re all done!

    Excellent! You’ve successfully rooted your Android device using the Framaroot app and you should now be able to see the SuperSU app in your App Drawer!
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    How To Grab Someone's IP Address ?


    In this tutorial I will you show you how to grab someone’s IP address using PHP script. This method can be used to grab someone Ip address on yahoo or Facebook chat or by sending mail to victim. So Lets get started.

    How To Hack Someone Ip Address ?
    1. Copy the below codes into Notepad and save it as Grab.php (.php is must) 

    $hostname = gethostbyaddr($_SERVER['REMOTE_ADDR']);
    $img_number = imagecreate(400,95);
    $backcolor = imagecolorallocate($img_number,10,102,153);
    $textcolor = imagecolorallocate($img_number,255,255,255);

    $number0 = " This is Your IP/Proxy";
    $number1 = " IP: $_SERVER[HTTP_X_FORWARDED_FOR]";
    $number2 = " Host/Proxy: $hostname";
    $number4 = " _________________________________";


    header("Content-type: image/png");
    $file2 = "- IP joined - IP/Proxy: $_SERVER[HTTP_X_FORWARDED_FOR] - Host: $hostname - '\n' ";
    fwrite($file, $file2);

        2. Now make Free account on any of  the free web hosting sites Ripway or on  My3gb .

        3. Now Upload Grab.php to your web hosting site.

        4. Copy the link of your  uploaded file and send it to victim.

        5. As soon as victim will click on your link his ip will be saved in your free web hosting site.

        6. Enjoy you are Done !!
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    What Is Doxing? Doxing and its Uses............

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    You’re probably thinking, “Okay, so basically it’s getting information from searching someone’s email on Google right?” in a sense yes, but there are actually easier ways to get someone’s information online. The most popular and most common method is to use a website called Pipl ( Pipl allows you to search for full names, emails, usernames, and even phone numbers, thus making it a very useful tool for hackers. Another source hackers can use is Facebook ( Sure, Facebook allows full name searches, but most hackers aren’t using it for its name search; they’re using it for its email search.The main goal when Doxing is to find the target’s email (if you don’t have it). Your email is essentially your passport online; you sign up for websites using it, you have personal information on it, and if someone has access to it, they can essentially pretend to be you online. Once the hacker has the email, all he has to do is put it intoFacebook or Pipl and he will be able to find you, assuming the email he has is connected to some account you have online. On the flipside of this, in order to find your email, the hacker either has to guess your email, befriend you on Facebook or hack one of your vulnerable friends and view your email that way. Once he’s done that, you’re in trouble.Now, you’re probably thinking, “How’s he going to hack me with just my email?” well, that’s where Doxing comes in handy. If he can view your Facebook account, or he can find some other bit of information about you using Pipl, he can do what’s called reverting. Reverting is the process of using the target’s email’s recovery questions to gain access to the target’s email. Now, you may be thinking, “How’s he going to guess my recovery question answers?”well, take a second look at your recovery questions and ask yourself, “Can someone find this answer online?” If you answered yes, then you’re vulnerable to reverting.
    Chances are, you’ve made some mistakes online, and if a skilled Doxer finds that mistake, then you’re in trouble. The Doxing method is based purely on the ability of the hacker to recognize valuable information about his target and use this information to his benefit. It is also based around the idea that, “The more you know about your target, the easier it will be to find his or her flaws.” 
    Any hacker reading this, that didn't previously know about reverting, would probably look at this and say This would never work!” but you have to remember… we’re all humans, and we all make mistakes. Surprisingly, this method works more often than you’d think, but it is not for anyone who is lazy. Doxers tend to spend a while searching around the web for information that they can use. 

    How can you insure that you won’t be Doxed?

    Well, as the Internet becomes more and more useful and addicting, it will become harder to not get Doxed. The main issue for most victims is their security questions, and their password security. If a victim has a very easy-to-find recovery question, then the victim will be easily reverted within a matter of seconds. Also, if the victim has a simple password, it could get brute forced simply by using a wordlist that applies to the victim’s interests, likes, and fancies (of course, this method is not as popular).So, the main rule to not getting hacked is: Have Strong Passwords and almost impossible to guess recovery questions.

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    Top 10 Registry Tweaks that Power Up Windows

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    Top 10 Registry Tweaks that Power Up Windows

    The Windows registry is a mysterious place, but if you're comfortable editing it, you have the power to tweak nearly every Windows setting you can imagine. Here are 10 of our favorite registry tweaks that make life easier.
    All of these hacks work in Windows 7, even if not labeled as such. Many may work in Vista or earlier versions of Windows, but varies, so be sure to read up more on the tweak before you go meddling in Vista's registry. And, of course, be sure to make a backup of your registry before you start hacking away.

    10. Hide Pre-Populated Items in Windows Explorer's Sidebar


    Windows Explorer is pretty easy to navigate, but that sidebar can easily get cluttered with features you don't use. For example, if you're the only computer on your network, you probably have no need for the Homegroup or Network trees. Each item in the Explorer sidebar has a registry key, and with just a few minor tweaks, you can have them hidden in no time.

    9. Disable Libraries in Windows 7

    \Top 10 Registry Tweaks that Power Up Windows

    The new Libraries feature in Windows 7 is, in our opinion, one of its best underhyped features—but if you can't get over the annoyance of having multiple folders grouped together, you can get rid of them with a simple registry tweak. Note that, while you can hide them from the Explorer sidebar using #10, the feature itself is still around, and will likely pop up in other applications. So if you really don't like Libraries, this tweak will get them out of your sight for good

    8. Change Your User Profile Location

    Top 10 Registry Tweaks that Power Up Windows
    Whether you've bought an SSD and need to move your home folder to another drive or you just don't like how long it takes to navigate to your documents, the registry has a few options for moving your user profile folder. It's not something you want to do if you've been using your computer for awhile (since many places will reference the profile's old location), and it isn't for the faint of heart—since it involves a good 21 steps—but in the end, it may very well make your life a lot easier.

    7. Customize Windows Explorer's "Open With" Menu

    Top 10 Registry Tweaks that Power Up Windows

    The context menu is great for performing tasks quickly, but as you install more programs, that "Open With" menu can get incredibly unruly. To get rid of those "Open With" entries that never seem to serve any use, you can manually edit which programs show up for which file extensions in the registry. It's a bit more time consuming than other registry tweaks, but it's far from difficult, and you're sure to be happy with the end result. If, on the other side of the coin, you want a program permanently docked in the "Open With" menu, you can add it yourself through the registry too.

    6. Speed Up the Windows 7 Taskbar

    Top 10 Registry Tweaks that Power Up Windows

    The Taskbar is no doubt one of the best features in Windows 7, but it isn't without its tiny annoyances. The Taskbar popups (along with the associated Aero Peek functionality) require you to hover your mouse over the taskbar for a second before they appear—a delay that gets old quickly. If you'd like to speed up the thumbnail delay, all you need to do is tweak a simple key in the registry. You can also get rid of the Aero Peek delay, for super-fast window management. If the Taskbar thumbnails and Aero Peek aren't your style, you can use this registry hack to cycle through windows quickly with mouse clicks instead.

    5. Disable Annoying Notification Balloons

    Top 10 Registry Tweaks that Power Up Windows

    The notification balloons in Windows' lower right-hand corner can be helpful, but if you have a number of things going on at once, they can get pretty annoying. It's an extreme measure, but if you'd like to turn them off altogether, all it takes is a very simple registry tweak. Of course, if you find that disabling them completely is too extreme, you can always turn them back on.

    4. Change Your PC's Registered Owner

    Top 10 Registry Tweaks that Power Up Windows

    Whether you've acquired a used PC from someone else, or you just don't like the name you registered anymore, you can change the registered owner and registered organization of your PC with a quick registry tweak. It may seem useless to some, but when you inherit an office computer or end up changing where you work, it's a pain when your computer automatically adds incorrect information to everything.

    3. Take Ownership of Any File from the Context Menu

    Top 10 Registry Tweaks that Power Up Windows

    If you don't have ownership permissions of a file or folder in Windows, it can be difficult to work with it—and taking ownership of a file is no easy task. Thankfully, with a small registry hack, you can add a "Take Ownership" option to the Windows Explorer context menu, making you the owner of the file in just two clicks. We briefly mentioned this tip before, but you can find the full hack over at our friend The How-To Geek.

    2. Stop Windows Update from Hijacking Your PC

    Top 10 Registry Tweaks that Power Up Windows

    Windows' automatic update system is convenient for those of us that would rather not deal with manual updates day in and day out, but when it forces you to reboot your computer (or forces you to install updates when you put your computer to sleep), it can make you want to pull your hair out. Thanks to the registry, however, there are a few different tweaks that will keep Windows Update from getting up in your business: one to keep it from forcibly rebooting your computer, and one to keep it away from your shut down and sleep buttons.

    1. Enable God Mode to Quickly Access Any Setting You Want

    Top 10 Registry Tweaks that Power Up Windows

    If there's one thing that bugs me about Windows 7, it's that the new Control Panel takes forever to navigate, with seemingly infinite levels of buttons and links to click through just to activate one setting. The Windows 7 "God Mode" hack (which is one of our five favorite Windows 7 tweaks) puts every setting in the Control Panel at your fingertips through a magical folder in Windows Explorer. You don't actually need to enter the Registry Editor to create this beast, but it certainly qualifies as a registry hack, as you're essentially using the registry's Globally Unique Identifiers to create a desktop shortcut to all those settings. While the God Mode folder is the most popular use for this method, it's also worth noting that you can use it to create (or re-create) other system places like the Recycle Bin, My Computer, Libraries, and others.

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