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Sunday, October 4, 2015

How to delete a hard-drive partition on Mac

Étape 1: Effacez partition

Pour commencer, ouvrez Utilitaire de disque en recherchant l'aide de Spotlight ou le trouver dans Applications> Utilitaires.   
Ensuite, cliquez sur la partition que vous souhaitez supprimer dans le panneau de gauche.
effacer-partition.jpg
Capture d'écran par Matt Elliott / CNET
Avec votre partition sélectionnée, cliquez sur le Erase bouton en haut de l'Utilitaire de disque. Cela fera apparaître une fenêtre avec un bouton Effacer. Cliquez sur Effacer et puis cliquez sur Terminé.     

Étape 2: Supprimer la partition

Avec les données effacées de votre partition, vous avez encore besoin de supprimer la partition maintenant vide afin de réaffecter son espace au reste de votre disque dur.
retirez-partition.jpg
Capture d'écran par Matt Elliott / CNET
Pour ce faire, sélectionnez votre disque dur à partir du panneau de gauche, puis cliquez sur le partage bouton en haut de l'Utilitaire de disque. Sur le graphique circulaire sur la gauche, cliquez sur le coin qui représente la partition que vous venez d'effacer. Cliquez sur le «- bouton, puis cliquez sur" Apply.   
Après une minute ou deux, Utilitaire de disque se terminer l'application des modifications à votre lecteur et juger la réussite de l'opération. Cliquez sur Fait pour compléter votre travail ici.  
partition-opération-successful.jpg
Capture d'écran par Matt Elliott / CNET

Tuesday, September 29, 2015

How to turn off 2 step verification in outlook

 

 turn off 2 step verification in hotmail

 
 turn off 2 step verification in hotmail
  • Visit https://outlook.com/ in the browser you want to authorize more permanently not to require two-step authentication.
  • Type your Outlook.com email address (or an alias for it) under Microsoft account over someone@example.com.
  • Enter your Outlook.com password over Password.
  • Optionally, check Keep me signed in.
  • Two-step authentication will be waived for the browser with Keep me signed in checked or not checked.
  • Click Sign in or press Enter.
  • Type the two-step authentication code received by email, SMS text message or phone call or generated in an authenticator app under Help us protect your account.
  • Make sure I sign in frequently on this device. Don't ask me for a code. is checked.
  • Click Submit.

Sunday, August 9, 2015

Enable desable WiFi in Windows 8

ou take your new Windows 8 PC to a coffee shop. You’ve just set up wireless Internet at home. Or you’re one of the lucky ones who has Wi-Fi on a plane. So how do you connect to and manage your laptop’s Wi-Fi connections from Windows 8?

In the past, you’d click on the connection icon in the lower-right corner (this group of icons is called the Notification Area). Then, you’d choose a wireless network and connect from there.
Luckily, you can still do that in Windows 8. Just press Windows + D to go to the Windows 8 desktop, and you should see the familiar connection icon in the lower right. Click on it, and you’ll see a brand-new pane slide into view from the right side.

Enable WiFi Connections
This is the connection pane.
But what if you’d like to manage wireless connections from the Start Screen? Here’s how to do that.
  1. Press the Windows Key to go to the Start Screen
  2. Move the mouse to the bottom-right corner to see a few icons start to appear. Then move the mouse upward. These set of icons are called the Charm Bar
  3. Click Settings
  4. Click the Network icon. You’ll see the same pane as above slide into view

Enable WiFi Connections
Click the Network icon.
At the top is Airplane Mode. Those with a smartphone or tablet will be familiar with this setting. It disables all Wi-Fi connections and saves a lot of battery life … useful when your laptop is aboard a plane that doesn’t have Wi-Fi, or for landing and take-off. Also, you don’t have to use Airplane Mode when on a plane. There are lots of times where you’ll want to turn Wi-Fi off … such as when you’re connected to the Internet via cable.
Next up is your Connections. Here you’ll see an icon with a cable next to it if you’re connected to a hardline, or a series of bars if you’re connected to Wi-Fi. The shaded bars show your connection strength, with five being the highest.
Below that are the Wi-Fi connections available in your area. Find the one appropriate to you and click on it.
If you can select the Connect Automatically check box, your PC will connect to that source every time it’s in range. Then, click Connect. You may need to enter a password, depending on the connection.

Enable WiFi Connections
You can choose to connect automatically.
You can also disconnect from Wi-Fi or connect to a different location from this same screen.

Saturday, August 8, 2015

Make Your Own Video Game

f you’ve played games long enough, you’ve surely thought, “Hey, what if I made a game?” Problem is, you don’t have a fancy computer science degree. You don’t know JavaScript from Fortran, and you wouldn’t recognize an art pipeline if somebody hit you over the head with one.
Making games isn’t easy. It wasn’t easy 35 years ago when Warren Robinett was writing machine code to cram Atari 2600 Adventure into 4 kilobytes of memory, and it isn’t any easier now that 300-person teams are spending millions to create incredibly complex 3D worlds with the latest in bleeding-edge graphics and animation techniques.
But if you can set your sights a bit lower than Halo 5, there are tons of resources out there to help you turn your playful dreams into a reality. These days, game-making software is practically a cottage industry. The first thing to do is find the right tool for the job. Start with these five.
How to Make Your Own Video Game
Boldly going where better game designers have gone before. (Credit: Gordon Cameron)

1. GameMaker: Studio

First released in 1999, this is the granddaddy of modern game-making software, and its popularity is easy to understand. A no-frills interface will make anyone familiar with Photoshop feel right at home, and it combines tremendous depth with a huge community of users. The answers to many GameMaker questions are just a quick search away. Plus, the community forums are full of helpful veterans.
At its core, GameMaker is built for two-dimensional gaming. The toolset lends itself most naturally to classic genres such as platformers and scrolling shoot-em-ups. Go through one of the first tutorials and you’ll quickly author a simple shooter that’ll be familiar to anyone who’s played the classic arcade game 1942.
Some may be turned off by GameMaker’s old-school vibe, but I found it a powerful, surprisingly simple introduction to game design, partly because it forces you to confront fundamentals. What exactly is happening when one object bumps into another? If your character “shoots” a gun, what does that mean in terms of graphical sprites placed along X/Y coordinates? How many frames are in your heroine’s animation, under what conditions does her image flip horizontally, how high does she jump, and how much control do you have over her while she’s in midair? Answering these questions may seem tedious, but it can be exhilarating once you dig into them.
If you do want to write code — or better, yet copy and paste someone else’s — GameMaker accommodates that with its proprietary language, GML, which can be integrated with the mostly drag-and-drop interface.
Price: $99
Sample Game: WizardWizard

2. Construct 2 

Construct feels like GameMaker’s younger, hipper, and pricier cousin. Released in 2011, it does a lot of the same things GameMaker does, but in different ways.
One of Construct’s interface innovations is the “Event Sheet,” a separate tab that aggregates the game logic and instructions running in the background. While there’s nothing here that can’t be executed in GameMaker, the different presentation may be easier for some users to get their minds around.
Which program you prefer will largely come down to personal taste. I gravitated toward GameMaker for the simple reason that it was less picky about which sorts of audio files it was willing to import for sound effects and music, plus the full version is $30 cheaper. But both feature plenty of depth, have a manageable learning curve, and will be especially congenial if your design ambitions skew retro.

Tuesday, December 2, 2014

How to record your webcam with VLC

The provided software for some webcams can be a bit lackluster. While options for adjusting the brightness, contrast, or zoom exist, you may be looking for a way to record the feed. If you're already using VLC for watching videos or streaming podcasts, did you know you can also use it to record your webcam?
Don't have VLC yet but want to try it out? Grab a copy here.
The recording function in VLC can be turned on and off at will, or switched to a set and forget mode. This allows you to use the feature for a number of purposes, including studying your own abilities on camera, setting up a temporary security feed (hard drive space allowing), or just making a video for the Web. Check out these steps for recording video from your webcam:

VLC capture device settings.
Step 1: Head to Media > Open Capture Device and then adjust the following settings:
  • Capture Mode: DirectShow
  • Video device name: Select your webcam name.
  • Audio device name: Choose your microphone. This can be the one built into your webcam, a mic on a headset, or another free-standing mic you want to use.

VLC advanced options for capture devices.

Step 2: Click Advanced options and then adjust the Video input frame rate to 30 (a lower value will yield lower quality video). If you want to stick with the software settings for your webcam, then check the box next to Device properties.

VLC Convert menu.
Step 3: Pick one of these two recording methods:
  • Live feed: You can choose to view the video as you're making it, which will require you to wear a headset to avoid audio feedback. Additionally, you'll need to click the Record button when you want to capture the feed, which will be saved in MP4 format in your VLC directory. Click Play at the bottom of the window to start this method. Missing the record button? You can enable it by going to View > Advanced Controls.
  • Direct save: If you don't want to wear headphones, and you're confident that your webcam is at the correct angle to capture what you want, then you may opt for this method of recording. When you're finished, press the stop button and the entire video will be saved. Click the arrow next to Play and select Convert to start this method. You can change the video format if you do not prefer MP4, and then you can click Browse to select a location and give the file a name to make it easier to find.
Once you're finished creating your videos, you can share them, or keep them private if you are examining your speech or video abilities.

Saturday, November 29, 2014

How to Learn Computer Programming


How to Learn Computer Programming
Computer programming is one the most exciting fields to work in. Millions of lines of code are written each day, all over the world, bringing in new applications and software. If you are eager to become a programmer and tap the potential which your computer puts at your fingertips, it's time you began thinking about learning programming on your own. If you enjoy thinking analytically and solving puzzles, as well as problems of all sorts, programming is bound to give you a high. The key to learning programming is to master programming languages and learn to apply them to solve complex problems.

The standard way of learning to program is to get admission into a college and get a degree in computer science. However, there are many who can never make it to college, despite having the skills and the talent for analytical thinking. I have written this article for those of you who never went to college but have discovered the beauty of programming and would like to master it on your own. This is possible today as Internet and the open source movement has created a programming culture online, which can guide you in the process. With self discipline and persistence, you can teach yourself programming and enjoy writing your own software. Not only is it a great way to exercise your mind, who knows, you might even make money, by selling your own software one day or find employment with software firms, if you get really good at it.

How to Learn Computer Programming Without a College Degree?

Computer science is a tough field to master, but it can give you the most enjoyable and creative experiences ever. Here are a few guidelines on how to become a computer programmer.

Learn Programming Languages
Firstly, get hold of a desktop or laptop computer, which enables you to read and execute your programs. Programing is all about learning to communicate with your computer hardware to accomplish various computing tasks. Computer only understands machine language, written in 1s and 0s. For us humans, to communicate with computers, programing languages were created, whose code can be converted into machine readable form by compilers. There are a range of programing languages which vary in their applications and power. You will have to learn at least a dozen essential programming languages, which includes C, C++, Java, Perl, Lisp and Python.

To get your computer programing basics right, start learning C or Python at the start. Use online resources and the hundreds of good books on programming to get the basics. Install the compilers that the language requires for writing code and execute it on your computer. Work through examples and problems provided in books and online tutorials, to write your own code. One of the best books to start learning C is 'Programming in C' by Dennis Ritchie and Brian Kernighan. Another good book is Programing in C by Kochan.

Get a hang of C and then graduate over to object oriented programming that is made possible by C++. Then get a hang of Java, Perl and Javascript, which is extensively used in client side programing for web development. Learn HTML and server side scripting if you plan to get into web development. As you can see, there is a lot to learn and it will take at least 5 to 6 years to get well grounded in most languages. Take help from online tutorials and courses offered by institutes like MIT through their OpenCourseWare.

Start Writing Code
The best way to learn is to practice what you have learned. Write your own code, make mistakes, learn how to debug code. Participate in coding competitions and test your programming skills. Get hold of open source software, read the code and understand how good programs are written. Learn how master programmers achieve economy of code and the logical clarity that makes great programs. Get to know your computer and the hardware basics. Learn how the computer works at the basic levels with memory and processors.

Learn to Run Linux or Unix
You cannot call yourself a programmer until you have mastered using Linux and Unix operating systems. Install a Linux distribution like Ubuntu on your computer and tinker around with it. It will provide you with all the programing tools you need, along with compilers.

Apprentice Expert Programmers
Let expert programmers take you under their wing. Find a good mentor who is ahead on the path of becoming a master computer programmer. Take advice and learn from them.

Read Code, Write Code and Keep Improving
Keep writing your own piece of computer code and keep thinking on how you could improve it. Join the open source movement and analyze the anatomy of good programs. Pick up your domain of expertise and go deep. Remember that there is always room for improvement!

Let there be no illusions that programming is an easy task. It will take ten to fifteen years at least for you to attain a level where you can start calling yourself a complete programmer. Your success in programming is directly proportional to the dedication and persistence you put into your learning. As suggested before, master at least a dozen programming languages including C, C++, Java, Lisp, Python, Perl and Javascript, read and understand new code, keep attacking newer computing challenges and grow as a programmer. The aim of this Buzzle article on how to learn computer programing was to give you a nudge in the right direction. I hope that this objective has been attained in some measure. Free your mind and enter the matrix of programming world with gusto!

Wednesday, November 19, 2014

How to root the Kindle Fire HD

 If you want to install other apps and use Android as it was meant to be used, you'll need to root your Kindle Fire HD. Here's how.

The Kindle Fire HD is a cracking little tablet, but it's very much Amazon's way or the highway (the highway in this case being the Google Nexus 7 ) -- you're stuck with Amazon's customised interface, Amazon's choice of apps, and Amazon's favourite services (like Lovefilm and the Amazon Cloud Player). If you want to install other apps and use Android as it was meant to be used, you'll need to root your device.
Kindle Fire HD carousel

After rooting, you can revamp the Kindle Fire HD interface if you wish.
If you're new to rooting, it gives you advanced control over your tablet. While your Kindle Fire HD won't seem much different after you've completed the process, you can then do all kinds of tweaks and customisations -- remove the adverts, run the stock version of Android, install apps from Google Play, and so on.
It's not all sweetness and light, though. You will void your warranty, so you need to be extra careful about what apps you install in future. Many users happily run rooted Android devices, and I worked through the following steps without any major issues, but as you're turning off the official Amazon-approved main road, CNET can't take responsibility for where you end up.

If you're ready to supercharge your Kindle Fire HD and give it the life it's always dreamed of, read on.
Before you start: this process has been tested on a Kindle Fire HD running the newest 7.2.3 firmware (check your version by visiting Device/ About in Settings). For help upgrading to this version, see the official Amazon page.
You'll also need a decent level of battery left on your tablet (at least 60-70 per cent is recommended). Finally, make sure everything precious on your Kindle Fire HD is safely backed up, should the worst happen.

1. Download the rooting tools

You'll need a selection of rooting tools first of all, some available from official sources and some put together by Android enthusiasts. Make a new folder on your desktop to hold these files, called 'rooting' or similar.
Download the ADB Drivers (debugging tools) for the Kindle Fire HD and Bin4ry's Root Tool listed on the first post from this thread on the Phandroid forums. Run the Kindle Fire ADB drivers.exe executable first, clicking through any warnings or security alerts you see. If the drivers fail to install correctly, try switching to the alternative driver download link from the forum post I just mentioned. Once this is done, extract the contents of Root_with_Restore_by_Bin4ry_v17.zip to the same folder.
Kindle Fire HD drivers

Install the drivers necessary for your computer to recognise the Kindle.
Now a fiddly bit. Go to your Windows user account folder (eg C:\Users\Dave) and create a new folder called '.android.' -- Windows will remove the final dot, but you must include it to begin with. Save a plain text file into this folder called 'adb_usb.ini' containing just the line '0x1949'. This informs the rooting tool what device you're working with. Once that's done, your software is ready to go.
Kindle Fire HD INI file

This is what your customised .ini file should look like.

2. Prepare your Kindle Fire HD

Next, turn your attention to your Kindle Fire HD and say goodbye to it in its unrooted state. Open the Settings screen (tap 'More' on the notification bar) then go into Device and ensure 'Allow Installation of Applications' is set to 'On'. In the Security section tap the 'On' button next to 'Enable ADB' (you'll receive another security alert, which you can dismiss). These two settings let the rooting tools do their stuff.
Kindle Fire HD allow installation

'Allow Installation of Applications' needs to be switched to On.
Kindle Fire HD security

'Enable ADB' needs to be switched On too.

3. Root your device

Now for the rooting proper. Connect the Kindle Fire HD to your computer using a USB cable and give it a few moments to be successfully detected. Open up a command prompt window (type: cmd in the Start screen on Windows 8, or click Start and type: cmd in Windows 7 or Vista, then press Enter).
Switch to the folder containing your root files (type: cd desktop\rooting, where 'rooting' is the name of the file you created earlier, then press Enter). Then type the following command: stuff\adb devices and hit Enter.
You should see that an Android device has been detected (under 'List of devices attached'). If it isn't, there's likely to be a problem with your drivers -- try uninstalling and reinstalling them, or visiting Device Manager in Control Panel and updating the Kindle drivers from there (right-click on the Kindle entry and choose 'Update Driver Software'). Ideally you should see two entries for your Kindle in Device Manager. With the device detected successfully, type: RunMe and press Enter.
This batch file contains the instructions needed to root your Kindle Fire HD. Check the device is unlocked, then press '1' (on your computer's keyboard) and Enter. Keep an eye on the Kindle's screen and choose 'Restore' when you get the option to.
The device will reboot and may run slowly during the rooting process, but keep your eye on the command prompt window for further instructions. Unlock your Kindle each time it reboots, and when you see the confirmation message on your computer, the tablet has been successfully rooted. Your customisations can begin!
Kindle Fire HD root success

You'll see a confirmation message once the rooting is complete.
The Kindle Fire HD is more difficult to root than many other Android devices, and the procedure doesn't always run smoothly -- the plethora of forum threads across the Web on the topic are testament to this.
If you're experiencing problems I'd recommend this excellent thread on Phandroid, which I'm indebted to for helping with this guide. After the initial post you'll find a list of issues and potential troubleshooting fixes.
In some cases it may be necessary to download the full Android SDK from Google; in other cases running a factory reset on your Kindle Fire HD before attempting the above steps may resolve your problem. I wouldn't want to put you off, however -- I managed the job in an hour with only a couple of minor hiccups. Keep an eye on CNET UK's How To section for some ideas on how to make use of your newly unrooted Kindle.
Kindle Fire HD check drivers

If you run into problems check the drivers are successfully installed.

Thursday, November 13, 2014

how to Use Tinfoil for Facebook to protect your privacy on Android

The Facebook app and its Messenger counterpart have been met with a lot of criticism from users. Among the reviews, you'll find complaints about permission settings and the lack of features in each app when compared to the mobile Web UI.

As an alternative to these apps, a recent post on Lifehacker recommends that you check out Tinfoil for Facebook. The developer, Daniel Velazco, refers to this app as "a wrapper for Facebook's mobile site," but it's much more useful than it sounds. Behind the scenes, Tinfoil creates a sandbox for all of Facebook's cookies, storing them independently from your normal browser cookies. This keeps your information from being leaked and tracked across other websites. Here's how to get started:
 
Step 1: Install

Grab a copy of Tinfoil for Facebook on the Google Play Store. It's free!

                                                       Tinfoil for Facebook slide-out menu.

Step 2: Adjust the settings

Before using the app, you may want to tweak a few settings. Slide out the menu on the right-hand side of the screen and tap Preferences. Check the box next to Open links inside the app for additional sandboxing of your cookies (this should probably be a default). The rest of the settings are up to you: toggle the ability to check-in, block images, force a specific version of the site to load, or add a proxy.

                                                                Tinfoil for Android settings

Step 3: Extra precautions

Lifehacker's post reminded readers that the Tinfoil sandbox only works in one direction. If you're logged into other services (like your Google account), Facebook can use the data in those cookies to track your habits off its website. Ultimately this means that you'll need to logout of other services before opening Tinfoil for Facebook.

Note: Some users may have issues sharing photos through Tinfoil, but according to the developer, this occurs on Facebook's end as a result of testing features in waves.

Tuesday, July 8, 2014

How to install Android L on Nexus 5 or 7

Google has released a beta version of Android L, the as-yet unnamed next release of the mobile operating system. Anyone can install this on their Nexus 5 or Nexus 7, but it’s unwise to do so if it’s your main smartphone or tablet.
As Google states, “The Android preview system image is not a stable release, and may contain errors and defects that can result in damage to your computer systems, devices, and data. The preview Android system image is not subject to the same testing as the factory OS and can cause your phone and installed services and applications to stop working.”
So, you have been warned, but the good news is that you can uninstall the Android L preview and revert to factory settings. Just make sure you have backed up everything that you can’t afford to lose before you install Android L, since the process will wipe your device.
We’ll explain step by step how to install the preview on a Nexus 5, using Windows 7 or 8, and also how to go back to the original software that your device shipped with.

How to install Android L

Step 1. Download the minimal 2MB installer from this XDA thread this XDA thread which includes the Android ADB and fastboot tools.
You need these to install the Android L image, and this is the quickest and easiest way to install the tools without downloading the entire Android SDK, which is huge and contains stuff you don’t need to get Android L.

Follow the instructions (don’t change the installation path when asked where to install it) and you should end up with a command prompt window:

How to install Android L on Nexus 5 or 7
Step 2. Download the appropriate file for your device:

Download Nexus 5
Download Nexus 7 

You will also need a utility such as 7-zip which can extract the files from the .tgz archive. In fact, you’ll need to unzip the files twice, as there’s a .tar file inside the .tgz file. Extract the files to the same folder as the Minimal ADB and Fastboot, which is c:\Program Files (x86)\Minimal ADB and Fastboot.
Once extracted you should have a list of files as per the image below.

 How to install Android L on Nexus 5 or 7

Step 3. Head to Settings, and scroll down to About phone at the bottom. Scroll down to Build number and tap it 7 times. This unhides the developer options, which aren’t displayed in Android 4.2 and later. In the Developer options menu, enable USB debugging.

How to install Android L on Nexus 5 or 7

Step 4. Download the Google USB driver from here here and extract the zip file somewhere.
Step 5. With your Nexus connected via USB and powered on, go to the Control Panel and click Devices and Printers. You should see your device in the list. On our Windows 8 machine, it was listed as ‘MTP’ under Multimedia devices. Right-click on it, and choose properties. Click on the Hardware tab, then select the Nexus 5 in the list, and click Properties. Now update the driver, pointing Windows to the folder where you extracted the Google USB driver. Once done, it should report the device as Android Composite ADB interface. Plus, you should get a prompt on your device’s screen asking “Allow USB debugging?”. Tick Always allow from this computer and tap OK.

How to install Android L Step 5

Step 6. Now, Power off your device, and leave it connected to your computer’s USB port. Now start it using the appropriate key combination to put it in “fastboot” mode.
For the Nexus 5, that’s by holding down the volume up, volume down and power buttons simultaneously. You should see a screen like the one below
 Alternatively, you can leave your device on and type adb reboot-bootloader to restart in fastboot mode.

How to install Android L Step 6

Step 7. If the LOCK STATE says locked (which it should) then type ‘fastboot oem unlock’ at the command prompt, without the quotes, and press Enter. You’ll see a screen like the one below. To change from no to yes, use the volume rocker, and to select the option, press the power button.
This WILL erase your device, so make sure you’ve backed everything up first.

How to install Android L Step 7

Step 8. With the bootloader unlocked, you can now install the Android L firmware. Simply type
flash-all
and the process will begin. You will see alternating downloading… writing…. erasing… on your device’s screen.

How to install Android L Step 8

Step 9. When the process finished, you should lock the bootloader again for security. Start the device in fastboot mode (as in Step 6), and then type fastboot oem lock
Locking the bootloader won’t wipe any data, but if you unlock it again, it will erase the device of all user data and settings.

How to uninstall Android L and return to factory settings

Reverting to the version of Android you had before installing Android L is pretty much the same process as you’ve just completed.

Step 10. First, download the correct version of Android KitKat for your device from Google's images page
You can choose which version of KitKat you want.

Step 11. Then, extract it as in Step 2 above. You’ll need to delete the Android L files from the c:\Program Files (x86)\Minimal ADB and Fastboot folder before copying the extracted files there. These are the files to remove (in case you forgot which were which).
How to install Android L Step 11
Step 12. Repeat step 6 to 8, and you'll have a box fresh Nexus 5 (or 7).

Monday, February 3, 2014

How to recover windows 7 password

How to recover windows 7 password

 

 

how to recover windows 7 password on your computer, probably because you have forgotten , let me first assure you that it is not only very possible all, it is not even that difficult.

is not included in Windows haw to reset Windows 7 password Fortunately, it is not smart reset password trick I described below is easy enough for anyone to try.

Prefer screenshots? Try my step by step guide how to recover windows 7 password for easy walk through !

Note: There are several ways to restore or retrieve a forgotten password of Windows 7, including software recovery password. For a complete list of options , see my help! I forgot my Windows 7 password ! .

ow to change your password for Windows 7 to help .

Follow these simple steps to how to recover windows 7 password:

Difficulty: Medium


Here's how :

    Correctly how to recover windows 7 password installation DVD, or disk Windows 7 system , optical drive and restart the computer repair . If you have a flash drive , it will work too.

    Tip:  DVDg to do so.

    Nnot have the original Windows 7 media and never make a system Windows 7 friend) , you can burn a disc free system repair. See How to create a system repair disc in Windows 7 for a tutorial .
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    Tip: You will not see this screen, or do you see the splash screen Windows 7 typical session ? It is very probable that you start your computer from the hard disk ( as it usually does ) rather than the flash drive inserted , which is what you want or . See the link at the top of step 1 above using .

    Click repair your computer link how to recover windows 7 password


    Once the facility is located, note the drive letter that is in the Location column . Most installations of Windows 7 is

    Notever, when starting Windows 7 install or repair facilities , a hidden unit is available which is generally not . This unit is given the first available drive letter , probably C: , leaving the next available drive letter , probably D: to the next unit - which has Windows 7 installed.

    Select the Windows 7

    In the System Recovery Options , select Command Prompt.how to recover windows 7 password

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    You can close the Command Prompt window and click Reset , but is also very goodcomputer.

 the small icon at the bottom land then click it !

    Tip: if the normal login screen of Windows 7 does not appear , verify that you have removed the flash drive inserted in step 1 or . Your team can continue starting this device instead of the hard drive if it is not eliminated.
 as shown to replace myusername with your username and mypassword with any new password you want to use :

    net user myusername mypassword

    For example, I would do something like this:

    Tip: If your user name contains spaces, put quotes around it when the user performance and the net user "Tim Fisher" 1lov3blueberrie dollars.

    Close the Command Prompt window .

    Sign in with your new password !

    Create Disc Windows 7 Password Reset! This is the proactive step approved by Microsoft should have done long ago. All you need is a flash drive or a blank floppy disk and you will never have to worry about forgetting to new Windows 7 password.



    Confirm the crash and restart the computer.


Tips:how to recover windows 7 password

    Having trouble resetting the password of Windows 7? See more help for information

how to recover windows 7 password
 

Monday, January 13, 2014

How To Download apps from Google Play directly to your PC


 How To: Download apps from Google Play directly to your PC



We have been testing and reviewing a lot of Android phones and tablets in the recent past, and we definitely need to keep a few apps for benchmarking and other such information. In order to do the same, we initially need to set up wireless networking, punch in the credentials of the Google account, then search for the needed apps and download them. Downloading apps from the Google Play Store requires an account and hence the entire exercise.

This is not only time consuming, but also painfully slow at times when the Internet connection is down or weak. In order to get things in the fast lane, we use an app to back up the apps and save them on the PC.

On the other hand, as we all know, most apps keep being updated by their developers and tracking the updates is not possible if we do not have the Google account setup on the Android device.

This means doing the same thing all over again and hitting the 'Update App' button every time we have to test a new device.

Real APK Leecher
Real APK Leecher


Many others who constantly do ROM installations and updates on their Android devices would also like to keep a backup of the apps. Installing apps directly from the SD card not only saves downloading time, but also helps you save money by using the Internet on 3G connections. You can save apps to the SD card using third-party apps such as File Expert, Titanium Backup, App Monster and other such utilities, but they only save the currently installed apps. So then, what about new updates for the apps? Updating the app is only possible after installing it and then running the Play Store to check for any updates.

Setup the utility
Set up the utility


In order to overcome this obstacle, we found a Windows-based utility on the XDA forums, developed by the ‘Codeimba.com’ team from Vietnam, called ‘Real APK Leecher’. The software is a JAVA-based utility, which connects to the Internet and the Google Play Store online. The utility needs to be filled with the details of your Google account and the Device ID of your phone in the options. Once the necessary details are filled, it can be used to search and download apps from the Play Store. You can also specify a folder where you have existing apps stored so that they can be scanned and checked for any updates. The apps and updates can be downloaded to a folder of your choice. Read ahead for a walk through on how to get the app and set it up on your PC.

Get your Device ID
Get your Device ID


Download the Real APK Leecher utility from here. Download the archived ZIP file and unzip the contacts to a folder on your desktop. Now open the folder and run the file ‘Real APK Leecher.exe’. Since you would be running the utility for the first time, the options (Configuration window) will be shown. In this window, you will need to give in the details of your valid Google email address, the password to the email account and the Device ID. The device ID will be available on your phone itself; you need to extract it using a simple code on the phone dialler. Start the dialler on your phone and punch in the below mentioned code:

                                         *#*#8255#*#*

The details of this procedure are also provided in the same window where these details need to be fed in the utility.  If you are using a tablet, the phone dialler will not be available. You can download an app called ‘DeviceID’ to get the details of your tablet. These settings need to be done only once, unless you change the phone, tablet or Google account. Further, you have the choice of showing the number of records between 10 to 30 apps on the page while searching for apps. Next, choose the language and country, leave the SIM Operator Number as empty (default) and enter the location to save the downloaded apps along with the location for the folder where your apps are already downloaded and need updates. After these settings are done, you can click on the Save button and the utility will start.

Search for the app you want to download
Search for the app you want to download

Download the app
Set the download location

Set the download location
Download the app


Note: If you make any mistake in the settings, especially with the email address, password and device ID, the utility will not work as it will give you an error in logging into your account. Double-check your settings if you get any errors.

Now that the utility has started, you can search for the app using its vendor name, package name or custom name in the search bar. Depending on the choice you made earlier, the number of searched apps will be listed in the window below. To download the app, simply click on it once to highlight the entire field, then right-click on the line and select the download option.

Note: The searched apps will have both free and paid versions showing up and you can only download free versions. If the app is a paid version, you will not be able to download it, as there are no options for payment through this utility. You can hit the Google Play link to go to the Play Store and do the necessary payments there. If you have already paid for the app earlier, then you can download the app without this extra step.

Check for app updates on your PC
Check for app updates on your PC


To check for updates for your already downloaded apps, you can right-click on any app in the list and click on the ‘Scan Existing Folder’ option. The utility will then ask you one more time if you want to scan the folder you previously entered in the options or any other folder on your PC. Click on OK and the utility will scan every app in the specified folder and list the entire content of that folder. Each app will be listed with icons, which will specify if there is an update available for any of the apps. The icon with the exclamatory mark in a triangle is the one with updates available. Next, right-click on the app and click on the download option. Apps that are not available on the Play Store or are pirated will show up with a question mark, whereas the ones with the green check mark are apps that have no updates.

Existing app updates are shown with exclamatory symbols
Existing app updates are shown with exclamatory mark symbols



You can also use this utility to download apps that are not available in your country by changing the SIM Operator Number in the options field. Apps that have carrier restrictions can be faked to get the apps downloaded. To do this on your phone itself, you need to have a rooted phone and market enabler app. Using this utility, you can do it without any hitch. The SIM Operator Number (SON) for various mobile carriers around the world can be availed from here. The SON is a combination of the MCC and MNC numbers. SON = MCC + MNC. For example, Vodafone IN Mumbai has MMC number 404 and MNC number 20, which makes the SON 40420. Enter this number in the SON field in the options window.

Disclaimer: Try this utility at your own risk. This utility and tutorial is for educational purposes only. We do not take any responsibility for misuse of this app. Please read the T&C for Google Play before downloading the apps.


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