Software & Website Development Group

Tuesday, 26 August 2014

4 Reasons To Stop Saving Files On Your Desktop

09:37 Posted by Anthesis No comments

 Reasons to stop saving files on your desktop

-  desktop's file will be saved in a c drive.
- c drive always contain operating system.
- there may be system failure then you may loss your files or data available on desktop
- Desktop's file will be easily available to everyone so  you can not say that your files or data are secure
- If you have more files on desktop then that will be in the same drive where operating system exists .
So there may reduce the speed of machine. bcoz of background process.

Do not keep files on desktop, if not required.

Sunday, 24 August 2014

use of "Ping" command

08:33 Posted by Anthesis No comments

Use of "Ping" command

To get IP address of any website, you can access directly by using ip address also

- open command Prompt 
   (To open command prompt press Ctrl+R then type cmd)
write ping   then press enter
you will get an IP address of that website

you will also able to know that are you getting any response from that particular website or not.

Wednesday, 13 August 2014

Use of Function keys

22:25 Posted by Anthesis No comments
Function keys..
1. F1 key:
F1 key is used when you need any help related any function. For example if you are browsing internet and need any help related browser or connection you can use F1 key to get help. If you want to try it than press F1 now and see.
F1 key sometime can be used to enter in BIOS  (press F1 when your computer is about to boot).
Combination of Win + F1 keys will open the “Help and Support» Microsoft Windows.
 F2 key:
If you want to change folder name easily just press F2 key.
·         Alt + Ctrl + F2 – Opens the Document as a Microsoft Word.
·         Ctrl + F2 – Opens the Preview window in Microsoft Word.
·         It is also sometime used to enter BIOS.

F3 key:
·         In the MS-DOS charge line or in Windows, press F3 to rehash the last summon.
·         Win + F3 – Advanced Search window opens in Microsoft Outlook.
·         Shift + F3 – Changes the content in Microsoft Word, from upper to lower case or capital letters at the start of each one expression.
·         In the event that I am not mixed up it is the F3 key which will cause the Application«Control» computers Apple, running Mac OS X.

F4 key:
·         This opens the location bar, in the event that you press F4 in Windows Explorer and Internet Explorer.
·         Rehash the last activity (MS Word )
·         Ctrl + F4 – Closes the window open in the present window, for example, a tab in the program
·         Alt + F4 – Closes the system window in Windows.
F5 Key:
·         Refreshes the present page (works in all advanced programs), and additionally redesign the desktop or open organizers in Windows.
·         Running a slide demonstrate in Powerpoint.

F6 key:
·         Move the cursor in the location bar (additionally works in numerous advanced programs).
·         Ctrl + Shift + F6 – opens Document in Microsoft Word

F7 key:
Mostly used for spelling and grammar in a document programs Microsoft (Word, Outlook, etc.) 
F8 key:
Pressing F8 key while your PC is about to boot will result into booting your PC in Safe mode. 
F9 key:
The F9 key does not have any functionality in Windows. It may, however be used in some individual programs. To find out if it is available in the program you are using, bring up the program’s help screen and type in the words function key. 
F10 key:
·         Activates “Menu” in the open organizer window.
·         Shift + F10 – works same as the right mouse click.
·         Pressing F10 while your system is booting will show you BIOS Information.
·         F10 is used to enter the hidden recovery partition on computers Sony.        

F11 key:
F11 Key will take you to Full screen mode and it can be used and work in any Browser. 
F12 key:
·         Opens the “Save As” in Microsoft Word.
·         Shift + F12 – Saves a document in Microsoft Word.
·         Ctrl + Shift + F12 – Prints a document in Microsoft Word.
·         F12 key will open up Inspect element box in any Browser.
·         Fn + F1 or F2 or …. F12 keys will normally do the task that is Printed on the respective keys, This is basically for Laptop Users.

Wednesday, 6 August 2014

Strong password

 passwords are difficult to compromise.

Even if your password is long and complex (e.g. a combination of uppercase and lowercase letters, numbers and other non-alphanumeric characters), if it is stored or sent in plaintext, you’re toast if the hackers get hold of it.
Plaintext means it can be viewed exactly the way it has been entered, using easily accessible tools. For example, if your password is Super$ecretp@Ss, a free downloadable tool like Ettercap enables your password to be viewed exactly in that form: Super$ecretp@Ss.

If, however, your password is encrypted, it means that it has been scrambled; it cannot be viewed using the same tool (Ettercap). It might be displayed something like this: xt%y&1sm^*gt;>2.

Unfortunately, many software applications still store and send passwords in plaintext. That is why hackers still find the first three items in the next section so effective.

Make sure that your password is not guessable by hackers.
There are many ways to create a strong password.

Tuesday, 5 August 2014

Full form of terms. .

21:01 Posted by Anthesis No comments

Full form of computer terms:
* HTTP - Hyper Text Transfer Protocol.
* HTTPS - Hyper Text Transfer Protocol Secure.
* IP - Internet Protocol.
* URL - Uniform Resource Locator.
* USB - Universal Serial Bus.
* VIRUS - Vital Information Resource Under Seized.
* 3G - 3rd Generation.
* GSM - Global System for Mobile Communication.
* CDMA - Code Divison Multiple Access.
* UMTS - Universal Mobile Telecommunication System.
* SIM - Subscriber Identity Module.
* AVI = Audio Video Interleave
* RTS = Real Time Streaming
* SIS = Symbian OS Installer File
* AMR = Adaptive Multi-Rate Codec
* JAD = Java Application Descriptor
* JAR = Java Archive
* JAD = Java Application Descriptor
* 3GPP = 3rd Generation Partnership Project
* 3GP = 3rd Generation Project
* MP3 = MPEG player lll
* MP4 = MPEG-4 video file
* AAC = Advanced Audio Coding
* GIF = Graphic InterchangeableFormat
* JPEG = Joint Photographic ExpertGroup
* BMP = Bitmap
* SWF = Shock Wave Flash
* WMV = Windows Media Video
* WMA = Windows Media Audio
* WAV = Waveform Audio
* PNG = Portable Network Graphics
* DOC = Document (Microsoft Corporation)
* PDF = Portable Document Format
* M3G = Mobile 3D Graphics
* M4A = MPEG-4 Audio File
* NTH = Nokia Theme (series 40)
* THM = Themes (Sony Ericsson)
* MMF = Synthetic Music Mobile Application File
* NRT = Nokia Ringtone
* XMF = Extensible Music File
* WBMP = Wireless Bitmap Image
* DVX = DivX Video
* HTML = Hyper Text Markup Language
* WML = Wireless Markup Language
* CD - Compact Disk.
* DVD - Digital Versatile Disk.
* CRT - Cathode Ray Tube.
* DAT - Digital Audio Tape.
* DOS - Disk Operating System.
* GUI - Graphical User Interface.
* HTTP - Hyper Text Transfer Protocol.
* IP - Internet Protocol.
* ISP - Internet Service Provider.
* TCP - Transmission Control Protocol.
* UPS - UninterruptiblePower Supply.
* HSDPA - High Speed Downlink Packet Access.
* EDGE - Enhanced Data Rate for GSM [Global System for Mobile Communication] Evolution.
* VHF - Very High Frequency.
* UHF - Ultra High Frequency.
* GPRS - General Packet Radio Service.
* WAP - Wireless Application Protocol.
* TCP - Transmission Control Protocol .
* ARPANET - Advanced Research Project Agency Network.
* IBM - International Business Management.
* HP - Hewlett Packard.
* AM/FM - Amplitude/ Frequency Modulation.
* WLAN - Wireless Local Area Network.