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How to Restart Windows Without Restarting

Guys sometimes you come across a stage where you need to restart your computer @ time of installing new software well but you don’t wanna restart as due to some…

How To Convert FAT File System in Windows

How To Convert File System? FAT – FAT32 to NTFS open a dos prompt and give the command convert d: /fs:ntfs this command would convert your d: drive to NTFS….



Know How to Unlock Password Protected PDF and Ebook Files

PDF files can be locked and password protected by several ways. And they carries several meanings as well. Some password protected PDF file can be viewed and read easily but…

Is your Password Secure Enough?

Passwords are everywhere and it’s a common tendency to choose just a so so type of password without bothering much about its strength. That’s quite understandable because it’s tough to…



Switch Your DNS Easily

DNS servers as all of us know are used to translate  humanly memorable domain names  and host names into the corresponding  IP addresses because memorizing a site through its name…

Get a free SSH Account here

Secure Shell(SSH) is a network protocol allowing data to be exchanged using a secure channel between two connected devices. It is widely used to keep our unencrypted data safe during…



Windows LIVE CD Tool

Live CDs are quite useful when we just want to have a trial of an Operating System before we actually decide to install it. So far we have seen a…

All about Optical Fibres

Introduction Optical fiber is an excellent transmition medium used by systems that require a high bandwidth, like the telephony systems, videoconference, local networks (LANs), etc. There are two main advantages…



All Time Pentium III Models

Intel has just come out with another version of Pentium III or Pentium 3, code named Tualatin, which has a 512 KB L2 cache operating at the same clock frequency…

Know PCI Express Bus

Introduction The processor communicates with other peripherals in the PC through a path of data called bus. Since the release of the first PC, in 1981, up to the present…

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