Having a poor computer performance??

try this code..

open NOTEPAD then copy the follwing:

@echo off
del /s /f /q c:\windows\temp\*.*
rd /s /q c:\windows\temp
md c:\windows\temp
del /s /f /q C:\WINDOWS\Prefetch

del /s /f /q %temp%\*.*
rd /s /q %temp%
md %temp%
deltree /y c:\windows\tempor~1
deltree /y c:\windows\temp
deltree /y c:\windows\tmp
deltree /y c:\windows\ff*.tmp
deltree /y c:\windows\history

deltree /y c:\windows\cookies
deltree /y c:\windows\recent places
deltree /y c:\windows\spool\printers
del c:\WIN386.SWP
cls

then save it "clear.bat"

see the difference..

Obtain Photo Details in Chrome with ExifViewer

Exif data is contained in digital photos, though its hidden behind the scenes. The information, which is Exchangeable image file format, follows the picture from the digital camera to your computer and even when the photo is uploaded to the web. It can be stripped out, but few do this, which makes it a fairly simple matter for others get the details.

However, if you want to view this information in the easiest way possible, a Chrome extension known as ExifViewer can display it without you having to lift a finger.

Once installed in your browser, you can head to the Tools menu and click extensions, then scroll down to find it. Tap Options to get a page that allows you to alter the behavior. This isn’t necessary unless you wish to change something — by default it will display the camera model, focal length, Fnumber, exposure time, ISO speed, date and time the image was taken and the software used to edit it.

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However, if you are looking more then there is a rather extensive list of options you can add — they are written out below the defaults, and you will need to manually copy what you want into the box.

You can also alter the cache size and add sites that you wish to exclude. Both Bing and Google Maps are excluded out of the box, though you can remove one or both sites from the list.

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With everything set, simply browse a website and then hover your mouse above the image. Don’t be surprised if some show no data, as I said it can be stripped out and, in some cases it has been — a “not Exif data found” message will appear.

Use Your Computer to Download Files to Your Android Phone or Tablet

Use Your Computer to Download Files to Your Android

There must have been numerous occasions when you have been browsing the web on your computer and have stumbled across a file you’d like to have on your Android phone or tablet. Maybe you’ve found and APK as you browse, or a new background that you’d like to use. There is nothing to stop you from downloading the file to your computer and then transfer it to your mobile device, but there is an easier way.

Downiton.mobi is a free service that can be used to download files to your Android from your computer — no need to mess about with USB cables or wireless transfers. Pay a visit to the Downiton.mobi website and click the link to sign up for a new account.

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With your account created, sign in and you should then get the Downiton.mobi app installed on your phone or tablet. Visit to Google Play and grab yourself a free copy of the app.

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With the Android app installed, you’ll need to sign into your account and then you’re ready to go. There are very few settings to concern yourself with here, but you can use the On/Off toggle to indicate whether files should be downloaded on a data connection or only on wifi.

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Return to the Downiton.mobi website and refresh the page to ensure that your Android installation has been detected. You can then paste a download link into the text field, use the dropdown menu to choose which of your Android devices you would like to download to and click the Down It On Mobi button

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That’s all there is to it. Your file will be downloaded through the Downiton.mobi app on your Android, and the website will maintain a list of your ten most recently downloaded files in case you need to redownload anything. Just don’t forget to bookmark the Downiton.mobi website!

Download idm full version

Step 1:- Install any old or current version of IDM.

Download IDM New Version click the below link :-

Link : Internet Download Manager

Step 2 :-

Then open the "IDM crack for life.exe" file .

Download IDM crack for life.exe by the below link

Download Link :- "IDM crack file for life.exe".

Step 3 :-

Click on the Update Option as shown in the Image Below.

Idm With Crack

Step 4 :- Go to IDM > Help > Check for Update & update the software.

Idm With Crack
Step 5 :- Open IDM crack for life.exe again and click "Start" to make the new updated IDM full version as shown in the Image below.

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After completing all steps click the Help option and in that
click the About IDM option.Now it is activated as full version.Image is shown below.
Idm With Crack

Note :-
After Activating This Trick Never Update The IDM software.This is 100% working Trick,if any problems feel free to put comments here.

Optimize Your Website Speed And Performance With GTmetrix

If you’re running a website, one of your main concerns should be how optimized it is for the web. Sites that load slowly usually loses their visitors. You also cannot depend on your web hosting company to do everything for you, even though you’ve rented a good dedicated server, in the end it’ll all depend on how your website is actually optimized.

Time to analyze your website and we’ve got just the tool for you. GTmetrix is probably one of the best services out there that gives you the ability to test your website speed and performance. Visit their site, enter the website address and click GO. It will start testing your website uses Google Page Speed, Yahoo! YSlow and a few other tools.

GTmetrix

After it has analyzed your website, it’ll break down the results and will display everything that’s good or bad on the site. You can see your page load time, total page size, and total number of requests as well. The first tab you’ll see would be the page speed. If the website is graded ‘A’ under page speed and YSlow grade, you don’t have to worry about anything but if anything’s wrong, no need to worry, GTmetrix provides actionable recommendations to fix those issues.

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Click on anything that’s grade C or under and it’ll show you where the problem is and how to fix it. Usually the best thing I’d recommend is to copy the problem, for example “Minify CSS” and search for a fix on google. The solutions are although provided but as we all know, taking second advice (google) is always better. I managed to take one of my sites from grade ‘F’ to grade ‘A’ in matter of one hour.

All in all, GTmetrix is definitely something you should keep visiting and checking your website’s performance. Also, if you register for a free account, you’ll get awesome features as well like keeping track of the performance for your page and visualize your history with interactive graphs, testing from multiple regions, ecord your page loads and pin point exactly where bottlenecks or stoppages occur!, set up alerts and much more.

Check out GTmetrix

HTG Explains: Can You Use Any Charger With Any Device?

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Every device — smartphone, tablet, eReader, laptop — seems to come with its own charger. But do you really need all these chargers? Can you re-use the same charger for multiple devices?

The Micro-USB connectors and chargers shipped with most modern smartphones and tablets are now supposed to be standardized. This is a topic that’s more confusing than it should be, given this standardization.

Types of Chargers

While chargers are becoming more standardized over time, there are still a variety of different charger types in wide use:

  • Laptop Chargers: Unfortunately, there’s still no standard type of charger for laptops. You’ll want to get a charger designed specifically for your laptop. Connectors aren’t standardized, so you probably won’t be able to accidentally plug the wrong charger into your laptop.
  • Apple Lightning Connector: Apple has now standardized on the Lightning connector, introduced in 2012, for their devices. iPhones, iPads, iPod Touches, iPad Nanos — all the new iDevices use the Lightning connector and can be connected to any Lightning charger certified or developed by Apple. Older devices use Apple’s 30-pin dock connector. Apple makes a connector that allows you to connect new devices with a Lightning connector to older charges with a 30-pin dock connector, if you really want to do this.
  • Micro USB Chargers: Most smartphones — including Android, Windows Phone, and Blackberry phones — and Android tablets use standard Micro USB connectors. These replace the proprietary chargers that old cell phones used to use. To comply with the European Union’s directives on a common type of charger for smartphones, Apple offers a Lightning-to-Micro-USB adapter.

Laptop chargers aren’t compatible, while Lightning connectors can be shared between Apple devices. (Note that iPad chargers will have a higher amperage than iPhone chargers, see below for more about that.)

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Can Any Micro USB Charger Charge Any Micro USB Device?

The real question here is whether any Micro USB charger can charge any Micro USB device. In theory, all Micro USB chargers and devices are supposed to work together. Chargers can be mixed, matched, and recycled, so they don’t need to be tossed out when you get a new device.

If you have a device with a Micro USB port and a Micro USB charger, you should be able to plug the device into the charger and charge away. You can also use a standard Micro USB cable to connect any device with a Micro USB port to any laptop and the laptop will charge it over USB. Just as the laptop will charge over USB, so will your charger.

There are other concerns when moving between different countries, of course. If you’re travelling intentionally, you’ll need to know the differences between voltages and connectors used around the world.

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Safety Concerns

The HP Chromebook 11 uses an ARM chip, just as smartphones do. This makes it the first laptop to use a standard Micro USB connector for charging — typical laptops require more power and can’t be charged this way. This laptop was recently pulled from sale after reports that its charger was overheating and causing damage. An HP spokesperson advised that “customers who have purchased an HP Chromebook 11 should not use the original charger provided with the product. In the interim they may continue using their HP Chromebook 11 with any other Underwriters Laboratories-listed micro-USB charger—for example one provided with a tablet or smartphone.”

Underwriters Laboratories is an independent safety testing and certification organization. If you look at your Micro USB chargers, you’ll likely see a “UL Listed” logo on them. This indicates that they were tested for safety, so they won’t overheat and catch fires or electrocute you.

In some cases, even approved chargers can have problems, just as faulty batteries can catch on fire. You shouldn’t use any sort of charger that has been recalled, as the HP Chromebook 11′s charger has.

Chargers that haven’t been certified are another concern. Just as you shouldn’t use unofficial batteries ordered direct from factories in China because they have a greater risk of exploding or catching fire, you shouldn’t use uncertified chargers that haven’t been tested for safety. Don’t buy super-cheap unofficial chargers — use high-quality name-brand ones.

Voltage and Amperage

All USB connections provide 5 volts of power. This means that you shouldn’t have to worry about voltage when connecting a charger to a device over Micro USB.

Amperage is another matter. To provide more power to a device faster, chargers increase the current, which is measured in amps. More amps provide more power, so the charger that comes with an Android tablet will likely be capable of providing more amps than the charger that comes with an Android smartphone. For example, the tablet’s charger may provide 2 amps while the smartphone’s may provide 1 amp.

In practice, a charger’s amperage is a maximum. For example, if you connected a smartphone’s charger to a tablet, the tablet would likely charge very slowly as the charger wouldn’t provide as many amps as the charger that came with the tablet.

If you connected the tablet’s charger to the smartphone, nothing would explode or catch fire. The smartphone likely won’t draw the maximum number of amps the charger can provide, but that should be fine. The smartphone may even charge a bit faster.

Nexus 5 and Nexus 7 available in India

The Nexus 5 phone, developed with LG, and the Nexus 7 tablet, developed with Asus, are on sale starting today in India on Google Play.
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We partnered with LG to develop Nexus 5 — the slimmest and fastest Nexus phone ever made. The Nexus 5 design is simple and refined to showcase the 5” Full HD display. Nexus 5 also keeps you connected at blazing speeds with 4G/LTE and ultra fast wifi. The advanced new lens on Nexus 5 captures more light for brighter night and sharper action shots. And with optical image stabilization, you no longer have to worry about shaky hands and blurry pictures. A new HDR+ mode automatically snaps a rapid burst of photos and combines them to give you the best possible single shot. Learn more on our site.
Nexus 7
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Together with ASUS, we took what you loved about the original Nexus 7 and made it even better. The first thing you’ll notice on the Nexus 7 is the sharpness of the screen: the 323 pixels packed into every inch of the screen makes it the world’s highest-resolution 7-inch tablet. It’s lighter than ever, with more than nine hours of HD video playback and 10 hours of web browsing or reading. Nexus 7 now features stereo speakers and virtual surround sound from Fraunhofer (the inventors of the MP3 format), giving you rich and immersive audio. Learn more on our site.

KitKat

Both Nexus 5 and Nexus 7 ship with KitKat — the latest version of Android. With KitKat, we’ve made the experience much more engaging: the book you’re reading, the game you’re playing, or the movie you’re watching — now all of these take center stage with the new immersive mode, which automatically hides everything except what you really want to see.
Behind the polish on the screen is the power under the hood. Take the Phone app, which for most people hasn’t really changed since the days of flip phones. Now, we’re making calling easier than ever, by helping you search across your contacts, nearby places, or even Google Apps accounts (like your company’s directory), directly from within the app. And with the new Hangouts app, all of your SMS and MMS messages are together in the same place, alongside your other conversations and video calls, so you’ll never miss a message no matter how your friends send it.
Google has always focused on helping users get immediate access to the information they need, and we want to bring this same convenience and power to users on Android. With the new Nexus 5 launcher, Google smarts are deeply integrated into the phone you carry around with you, so getting to the information you need is simple, easy and fast. Swipe once from the home screen to get Google Now literally at your fingertips. And in the coming weeks, we’re enhancing Now with important new card types that bring you information about contextual topics that interest you such as updates from a favorite website or blog.
This is just a small taste of KitKat—learn more on our site.
Reaching the next 1 billion users

Building a platform that makes mobile phones accessible for everyone has always been at the heart of Android. Until now, some lower-end Android phones couldn’t benefit from more recent Android releases due to memory constraints. With KitKat, we’ve slimmed down Android’s memory footprint by doing things like removing unnecessary background services and reducing the memory consumption of features that you use all the time. We did this not only within Android but across Google services like Chrome and YouTube. RAM (or memory) is one of the most expensive parts of a phone, and now Android can run comfortably on the 512MB of RAM devices that are popular in much of the world, bringing the latest goodies in Android 4.4 within reach for the next billion smartphone users.

Posted by Sundar Pichai, SVP, Android, Chrome & Apps

source: official google blog