Friday, 16 November 2012

Check if your computer can run a game

Find if your computer can run THAT game (online)

Sometimes it is really sad when you download a new game from the internet or buy a new game from the market and your computer is not able to run it because your pc doesn't matches the minimum requirements of the game.


Tuesday, 13 November 2012

Forgot Lock Pattern on Android : How to Unlock

How to unlock android phone when you forgot the unlock pattern?

This situation might be very common to some of the users who came reading this. But do not panic, there is a solution for everything with us.
So here I am listing some of the recovery methods which will help you unlock your cellphone when you forget your lock pattern.

Android Lock Pattern


Sunday, 11 November 2012

Top 10 Windows bugs


Here is a list of some of the Windows bugs and tricks.
Some of these dates back to when windows was created.



1)Con
Just try creating a file/folder with a name “con” (without the quotes   #obvious).
RESULT:  You won’t be able to do that, its not possible

The same thing happens when you try these names :
PRN, LPT1, LPT2, (…), LPT9, NUL, COM1, (…), COM9, and CLOCK$


Saturday, 10 November 2012

Disable Disk Checking on Start-up


So you are here because you are probably annoyed with the auto disk checking screen on the system startup coz you didn’t shut down your pc properly.
We can completely disable this feature in windows by simply some changes in the registry.


Monday, 30 July 2012

Top Most Famous Hackers In The World!!


We live in an Era where each and every computer on the internet is vulnerable. But most of the attacks led by these most famous hackers (evil geniuses) dates back to 1990s, And at an age where you guys prefer partying and gaming. They were so notorious that they made FBI chasing them for years!



Kevin Mitnick

The most gifted, notorious hacker in the last two decades. Described as “the most wanted computer criminal in United States history”. He started at the age of 17 by getting into a phone exchange, which allowed him to redirect subscriber calls in any way he wanted.
Mitnick started out exploiting the Los Angeles bus punch card system to get free rides, then dabbled in phone hacking.
Mitnick’s mischief got serious when he went on a hacking spree targeting Motorola, NEC, Nokia, and Fujitsu Siemens systems, stealing corporate secrets, scrambling phone networks and infiltrating the national defense warning system.
He ultimately made his biggest mistake by breaking into fellow hacker Tsutomu Shimomura’s home computer, which led to his undoing.
After a well-publicized pursuit, the FBI arrested Mitnick on Valentine’s Day, 1995. He served five years in jail and about 8 months of it in solitary confinement thanks to law enforcement officials who claimed he could “start a nuclear war by whistling into a pay phone”.
Today, Mitnick is a computer security consultant, famous author and speaker.