4:35 PM Posted by Shafqat Khan
Post or Upload your best Photos to Instagram directly from your Local Hard drive on PC, no need of a smartphone, never mind if those Pictures are taken by a Digital Camera.
About Instagram by Instagram, "Instagram is a fun and quirky way to share your life with friends through a series of pictures. Snap a photo with your mobile phone, then choose a filter to transform the image into a memory to keep around forever. We're building Instagram to allow you to experience moments in your friends' lives through pictures as they happen. We imagine a world more connected through photos."
Never mind if you don't have a smartphone to install Instagram app on it, and capture photos and then upload the best ones to Instagram and share with your friends. Now you can upload every Photo of your choice from your Local Hard Drive on your PC, without having any problem nor breaking Terms & Laws of the Service.
All you need a PC having photos you want to share on Instagram. By following my steps, first thing first, WE ARE GOING TO INSTALL ANDROID APP PLAYER ON YOUR PC to enable to download and install Instagram, and have a fun. If you agree, follow me.
4:16 PM Posted by Shafqat Khan
2013 is the age of Modern technology - Touch Screen computing & Smart gadgets - The Tablet PC Guide 2013.
It's clear now that tablet PCs are no fad. Beginning with the launch of the high-price, low-powered iPad 1 in April 2010 and culminating with the release of the low-price, high-powered Nexus 7 in July 2012, tablets have gone from being a niche, luxury-only computing peripheral to the latest must-have accessory.
To keep up with technology in 2013, you either have a tablet or you're buying one soon.
However, the fast pace of the tablet world means you can be forgiven for struggling to keep up with the changes to software, hardware, pricing and manufacturing. Sometimes it seems like there's a new tablet every other week, each better and more desirable than the last. Rather than leave you to fend for yourself, we've put together this six-page guide to tablets in 2013 - those that are on Shelves now, those that are being released soon, what you might want to look for if you're buying a tablet and what, if anything, you should avoid.
2:43 PM Posted by Shafqat Khan
Monitor a Laptop or Desktop PC from a Mobile Device
All it takes to get started is a smartphone or tablet, a data plan, the right app, and a few PCs in need of some love and attention.
If you are still wasting time trudging over to PCs to perform routine maintenance on them, check for software updates, and power them down at night, you haven't gotten with the program. Here's how to check on your PCs from anywhere, and save your business both time and money.
Get started: A number of remote PC management utilities are available, but we'll focus on an excellent tool called PC Monitor (www.mobilepcmonitor.com), which is free for three PCs. It works with Android, iOS, and Windows Phone OSs, as well as with Windows, Mac OS X, or Linux.
Install PC Monitor: Installing and configuring PC Monitor requires just a few steps, and the default setup options should be sufficient. Install the appropriate application on each system that you want to monitor.
The first time you launch the PC Monitor Manager, it will prompt you to create an account for connecting your PCs to your mobile devices (or for monitoring the systems via the Web). At your first login, enter a computer name and a group name for the system.
3:02 PM Posted by Shafqat Khan
Power Through Your Schedule with 15 Google Calendar Tricks.
Whether you are a Calendar novice or a longtime user, these tips will give you even greater control and productivity.
This article was originally published in PC Magazine's monthly edition, and reason to publish it again on PC Supporter is only to share tricks of Google Calendar with our readers.
By Elsa Wenzel - PC World Magazine
This guide will help you take control of Google Calendar, whether you are a novice or a power user. Most of the tips apply both to the free Google Calendar and to the one that comes bundled with a paid Google Apps for Business subscription.
Work Faster -- and Focus
1. Use keyboard shortcuts: Google offers many keyboard shortcuts that can save your time. Most are pretty intuitive, for starters, press the letter C on the keyboard to create an event.
2. Find any date in a hurry: Visit the Labs via the gear icon. In the list that appears, enable Jump to date, and then click Save. Now the 'Jump to date' tool will appear to the right of your calendar, and you can punch in any day to do just that.
1:17 AM Posted by Shafqat Khan
Facebook is a well-known Social place, and the users definitely know the basic usage of it, like how to update your status or upload a picture or video etc.
But still there are users who don't like to change anything inside "Account Settings" or "Privacy Settings", just because they worrying about that change or because they don't have time or knowledge to do, likely to say those people doesn’t actually gave much importance to their Facebook account. Possibly or certainly a time comes those users should take note of that mistake they are doing. Mistake is when you don't know “What you share and with whom you share?”
So you should go and checkout the Facebook Data Policy if you aren’t a bit silly Facebook user.
The instruction below is for the users who are tagged in many photos inside Facebook Pages or tagged by some of their friends and now they want to be untagged from all those photos at once.
We aren’t describing all the Privacy or Account settings inside this post, we only shows you how to make your "Year in Review" shareable with your Friends and Family and how to get rid of those tagged “Photos of You” or “Photos posted by others” you don’t like to be there.
10:11 PM Posted by Shafqat Khan
Sharing Files, Media and Folders on any Network now a days isn't a big deal for many of Windows 7 users, but some users still find it hard to connect to Home Network to Share files with other Computers.
Definitely you can get you Answer on Google or else where very easily within a few minutes to how to get create and connect to Home Network, but while you searching and you are not a regular or pro user you will find some articles which are written for Pro users, and you will find this hard to follow and get connected.
Here we are going to share Mr. Mike Halsey (www.thelongclimb.com) article, who is describing the connectivity to HomeGroup Network really simply, and hope after reading this you will be able to connect your Computer to other computers situated at your Home or Office.
Before going to the process lets read a quick tip.
If you want to share documents, photos, videos and music within your home use the Network Sharing Center to check your security settings are set right. The security options are clear and easy to understand with plain English throughout. To checkout your Network Sharing options click Start and type Manage advanced sharing Settings then press Enter, and make sure your settings are same like the image below.
Start and type Manage advanced sharing Settings press Enter
10:27 PM Posted by Shafqat Khan
Windows 8 Build for Touchscreen Devices? Yes, but do your new Windows 8 Tablet have these 7 features?
Before going to overview these features, first we talk a little about New Windows 8 Operating System. There are two main version of Windows 8 are available for touchscreen gadgets, "Windows RT and Windows 8".
Basically Microsoft prepare and organize this new operating system for touchscreen devices, no doubt, and doesn't matter if its RT or 8 version, but Windows RT is slightly different than 8, as it designed to be more friendly with Touchscreen devices, Internet connectivity and as well for a device with longer battery life. Although some tablets makers ( I would say) don't like it, but if we go deep inside, Windows RT is viewed as more of a tablet operating system in the mold of Apple's iOS, while Windows 8 tablets may appeal to PC users looking for backward application compatibility.
According to PC Advisor (a technology magazine publishers), "The cheapest RT tablet is Microsoft's Surface, which starts at £399." And "Windows 8 tablets will be competitive on price, however.
1. Application compatibility
With a few exceptions, existing Windows applications will not work on RT. This is partly because ARM processors haven't previously supported major desktop Windows client OSes. But existing applications will work on Windows 8, as previous Windows OSes over the past few decades were written primarily for Intel or AMD processors. Microsoft has adopted a new application model with Windows RT and 8, and users will be able to download apps through the Windows Store.
1:52 AM Posted by Shafqat Khan
Comparing to a Tablet Device, Samsung Galaxy Note - II have everything identical, specially a 5.5 inches of large display screen.
|Samsung Galaxy Note-II|
According to physical functionality, it seems very comfortable to operate with two hands, one to hold and one to tap. Samsung offers an option within Android's Settings titled 'One handed operation', which places the onscreen keyboard, Dial-pad and Calculator to one side. But as still its Dial-up icons are unreachable to single hand thumb, you should dial it with two hands.
Structure and Key Feature
The build is plastic, but good, feeling weighty and all of a piece in the hand. The screen quality is excellent, and it doesn't reveal the same over ripe coloring of other Samsung Super AMOLED displays.
Picture quality from the rear 8Mp camera is not bad, high contrast areas show purple fringing, although the camera is fast in operation. Recorded HD video is usable, but its suffers from focus hunting issues even in good light. Shot footage looked smeary on even slow pans.
by PC Advisor Magazine
The Note II's innards are very similar to those of the Galaxy S III. Inside is a Samsung Exynos 4412 SoC based on a quad-core ARM, but clocked at 1.6- rather than 1.4GHz. This is the fastest clocked ARM smartphone we've seen and, combined with Android's latest 4.1 Jelly Bean OS, it bodes well for performance.
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