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WiFi Cameras:Focus, shoot and share

Posted by Tushar Bedekar
For the socially connected people, who like clicking and sharing their moments, the WiFi enabled camera is a device to have. Being social and being connected is the need of the hour.

WiFi camera has a built in WiFi connectivity and can shoot and share pictures and videos simultaneously.so all you need is the WiFi enabled camera.


Why WiFi camera and not a smart phone? 

A few years ago you had to use a film roll that you had to drop off at a processing lab.which involves a lot of time in processing and sharing the photos with the others. so WiFi enable camera is the best option.  well you might be thinking a  why not to use a smartphone instead of buying a WiFi enabled  camera as you can carry your smart phone with you all the time.
                                 now if you are the serious photographer who does not want to compromise with the quality of the photograph  and also does want to share a single moment to share those photos with the others through the application such as Facebook, flicker, whats app and twitter etc.so WiFi enabled camera is the best choice for those people.

Turn any camera into WiFi camera:- 

WiFi enabled point and shoot cameras  retail at a higher price but if you want to save few bucks, WiFi enable SD card called eye-Fi may be useful to you. These SD card have the WiFi enabled antenna that can transform any camera into a WiFi enable camera  since it is just work around  technology,do not expect the high end features  of WiFi camera coming in. 

Setting your own WiFi camera:- 

once you have a WiFi enabled camera in your possession you just nee t set up its basic features that allow the photographs to be uploaded directly to computer  or a web service. 

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How To Increase Internet Speed without the use of any software

Posted by Tushar Bedekar

Many times we find that our internet speed is slow and we get tired to use it for a long time. Now here is the solution. Actually.Actually what our PC or Our Laptop reserves some amount of the internet bandwidth(nearly 20% default). And now if we make this reserved band width to a zero than the internet speed can be increased by the certain amount.So in order to increase your internet speed just follow the steps given below:-

Steps:-


  • First of all open run just by pressing the keyboard shortcut(windows key +R)
  • Then enter the command given below:-                                              gpedit.msc
  • Now a windows opens having the name (local group policy editor)
  • In the left most corner it has been written (administrative temp lets)
  • Inside that administrative temp-lets click on the network.
  • Now in the right hand side window you will find QoS packet scheduler.
  • Now double click on that.
  • After Double clicking it you will find the option limit reversible bandwidth.
  • Again Double click on that.
  • you will find the option bandwidth limit (%) in which 20 or any other value is being written.
  • Make it zero and than click apply.
  • Now you have done.
  • Then restart your Browser you will find some speed has been increased.  

Screen Shots:-


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Warning:-

  • We are not responsible for any damages that may happened by using this Techniques. 
  • Use this guide at your own risk. We shall not have any liability or responsibility for whatever happens to you and your device by using the instructions in this guide.
  • The instructions provided in this tutorial for educational purpose only. There is no guarantee that these steps will work for your device.
  •  Applying this guide to any other device or any other model may produce many problems.
  • Read and Understand the whole tutorial first, before going to perform the steps.
  • At the same time this content is not to harm any one but it is only for educational purpose.


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What really happens when you navigate to a URL

Posted by Tushar Bedekar

1. You enter a URL into the browser 




 2. The browser looks up the IP address for the domain name 


Now the question comes in your mind What is DNS??????????
Answer is->Full Form of DNS is Domain Name System.The DNS translates Internet domain and host names to IP addresses. DNS automatically converts the names we type in our Web browser address bar to the IP addresses of Web servers hosting those sites.

The DNS lookup proceeds as follows:
  • Browser cache – The browser caches DNS records for some time. Interestingly, the OS does not tell the browser the time-to-live for each DNS record, and so the browser caches them for a fixed duration (varies between browsers, 2 – 30 minutes).
  • OS cache – If the browser cache does not contain the desired record, the browser makes a system call (gethostbyname in Windows). The OS has its own cache.
  • Router cache – The request continues on to your router, which typically has its own DNS cache.
  • ISP DNS cache – The next place checked is the cache ISP’s DNS server. With a cache, naturally.
  • Recursive search – Your ISP’s DNS server begins a recursive search, from the root nameserver, through the .com top-level nameserver, to Facebook’s nameserver. Normally, the DNS server will have names of the .com nameservers in cache, and so a hit to the root nameserver will not be necessary.

3. The browser sends a HTTP request to the web server



You can be pretty sure that Facebook’s homepage will not be served from the browser cache because dynamic pages expire either very quickly or immediately (expiry date set to past). So, the browser will send this request to the Facebook server: GET http://facebook.com/ HTTP/1.1 Accept: application/x-ms-application, image/jpeg, application/xaml+xml, [...] User-Agent: Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 8.0; Windows NT 6.1; WOW64; [...] Accept-Encoding: gzip, deflate Connection: Keep-Alive Host: facebook.com Cookie: datr=1265876274-[...]; locale=en_US; lsd=WW[...]; c_user=2101[...] The GET request names the URL to fetch: “http://facebook.com/”. The browser identifies itself (User-Agentheader), and states what types of responses it will accept (Accept and Accept-Encoding headers). TheConnection header asks the server to keep the TCP connection open for further requests. The request also contains the cookies that the browser has for this domain. And so the cookies store the name of the logged-in user, a secret number that was assigned to the user by the server, some of user’s settings, etc. The cookies will be stored in a text file on the client, and sent to the server with every request.

 4. The facebook server responds with a permanent redirect 



This is the response that the Facebook server sent back to the browser request: imageHTTP/1.1 301 Moved Permanently Cache-Control: private, no-store, no-cache, must-revalidate, post-check=0, pre-check=0 Expires: Sat, 01 Jan 2000 00:00:00 GMT Location: http://www.facebook.com/ P3P: CP="DSP LAW" Pragma: no-cache Set-Cookie: made_write_conn=deleted; expires=Thu, 12-Feb-2009 05:09:50 GMT; path=/; domain=.facebook.com; httponly Content-Type: text/html; charset=utf-8 X-Cnection: close Date: Fri, 12 Feb 2010 05:09:51 GMT Content-Length: 0 The server responded with a 301 Moved Permanently response to tell the browser to go to “http://www.facebook.com/” instead of “http://facebook.com/”. 

 5. The browser follows the redirect 


The browser now knows that “http://www.facebook.com/” is the correct URL to go to, and so it sends out another GET request: GET http://www.facebook.com/ HTTP/1.1 Accept: application/x-ms-application, image/jpeg, application/xaml+xml, [...] Accept-Language: en-US User-Agent: Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 8.0; Windows NT 6.1; WOW64; [...] Accept-Encoding: gzip, deflate Connection: Keep-Alive Cookie: lsd=XW[...]; c_user=21[...]; x-referer=[...] Host: www.facebook.com The meaning of the headers is the same as for the first request.


 6. The server ‘handles’ the request 


 The server will receive the GET request, process it, and send back a response. imageThis may seem like a straightforward task, but in fact there is a lot of interesting stuff that happens here – even on a simple site like my blog, let alone on a massively scalable site like facebook. Web server softwareThe web server software (e.g., IIS or Apache) receives the HTTP request and decides which request handler should be executed to handle this request. A request handler is a program (in ASP.NET, PHP, Ruby, …) that reads the request and generates the HTML for the response. Request handlerThe request handler reads the request, its parameters, and cookies. It will read and possibly update some data stored on the server. Then, the request handler will generate a HTML response. 

 7. The server sends back a HTML response 


 Here is the response that the server generated and sent back: HTTP/1.1 200 OK Cache-Control: private, no-store, no-cache, must-revalidate, post-check=0, pre-check=0 Expires: Sat, 01 Jan 2000 00:00:00 GMT P3P: CP="DSP LAW" Pragma: no-cache Content-Encoding: gzip Content-Type: text/html; charset=utf-8 X-Cnection: close Transfer-Encoding: chunked Date: Fri, 12 Feb 2010 09:05:55 GMT The entire response is 36 kB, the bulk of them in the byte blob at the end that I trimmed. The Content-Encoding header tells the browser that the response body is compressed using the gzip algorithm. After decompressing the blob, you’ll see the HTML you’d expect: <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en" id="facebook" class=" no_js"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-type" content="text/html; charset=utf-8" /> <meta http-equiv="Content-language" content="en" /> ... In addition to compression, headers specify whether and how to cache the page, any cookies to set (none in this response), privacy information, etc. 

 8. The browser begins rendering the HTML 


 Even before the browser has received the entire HTML document, it begins rendering the website: 

 9. The browser sends requests for objects embedded in HTML 



 As the browser renders the HTML, it will notice tags that require fetching of other URLs. The browser will send a GET request to retrieve each of these files. Here are a few URLs that my visit to facebook.com retrieved: Imageshttp://static.ak.fbcdn.net/rsrc.php/z12E0/hash/8q2anwu7.gif http://static.ak.fbcdn.net/rsrc.php/zBS5C/hash/7hwy7at6.gif … CSS style sheetshttp://static.ak.fbcdn.net/rsrc.php/z448Z/hash/2plh8s4n.css http://static.ak.fbcdn.net/rsrc.php/zANE1/hash/cvtutcee.css … JavaScript files http://static.ak.fbcdn.net/rsrc.php/zEMOA/hash/c8yzb6ub.js http://static.ak.fbcdn.net/rsrc.php/z6R9L/hash/cq2lgbs8.js 

 10. The browser sends further asynchronous (AJAX) requests 


 In the spirit of Web 2.0, the client continues to communicate with the server even after the page is rendered. For example, Facebook chat will continue to update the list of your logged in friends as they come and go. To update the list of your logged-in friends, the JavaScript executing in your browser has to send an asynchronous request to the server. The asynchronous request is a programmatically constructed GET or POST request that goes to a special URL. In the Facebook example, the client sends a POST request to http://www.facebook.com/ajax/chat/buddy_list.php to fetch the list of your friends who are online. This pattern is sometimes referred to as “AJAX”, which stands for “Asynchronous JavaScript And XML”, even though there is no particular reason why the server has to format the response as XML. For example, Facebook returns snippets of JavaScript code in response to asynchronous requests. 
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Ram Booster For Android

Posted by Tushar Bedekar
Smart Booster - Free Cleaner - screenshot
The best optimization tool. This is former Smart RAM Booster.


Highlights of Smart Booster:-

► Smart RAM Booster: small widget to adaptively boost RAM from anywhere 
Smart Booster - Free Cleaner - screenshot► Fast cache cleaner: one click to clean cache
► Quick SD Card cleaner: efficiently scan and clean junk created by million apps
► Advanced application manager: optimize your devices by hibernate, disable, auto-start apps



Basic Description:-

Smart RAM Booster
The most beautiful part of this app is a small, configurable widget that places on top of any app and one-click to RAM boost. 
Most of Android devices bundle with limited memory. Android task manager will selectively kill low priority tasks in order to 
reserve memory to higher priority task. That’s not always run at an appropriate time, causing low responsive apps, lagging, 
especially when you launch a new app after heavily browsing web pages. It causes a worse experience.

RAM Booster comes with auto-boost in 4 levels: aggressive, strong, medium, gentle.
☆ Aggressive: kill most of low priority apps
☆ Strong: Kill apps that is low priority as well as consume lightly below an “average”
☆ Medium: kill apps that consumes memory above an “average”
☆ Gentle: kill only apps that uses considerable memory


There are 5 ways to boost:-

☆ Auto-boost: boost automatically under RAM available & timing conditions
☆ Overlay widget – Enable RAM Booster overlay widget (on by default), adjust widget’s position, and tap on widget to boost anytime you want
☆ Home screen widget – one tap to boost (long-press your home screen>Widget to add RAM Booster widget)
☆ Notification bar – one tap to boost (toggle notification bar visibility in app’s setting)
☆ Boost Now – tap this button from app’s main screen

Fast cache cleaner
☆ 1-click to clean cache
Smart Booster - Free Cleaner - screenshot☆ Show detail internal cache and external cache
☆ Select apps that use most cache
Quick SD Card cleaner
☆ Show SD card partition
☆ Scan for junk folder, big files, orphaned files
☆ Nice photo cleaner, music cleaner
☆ Notify for low storage usage
Advanced application manager
☆ Easily backup, uninstall unused apps
☆ App2SD - recommend apps to move to sd card
☆ Hibernate rarely used apps to save battery
☆ Disable system apps
☆ Scan auto-start apps
☆ Manage backup (.apk) files
ram booster, memory booster, battery saver, ram manager, memory manager, boost, faster app, smart battery, task killer, ATK, fast reboot, one tap, 1-click clear cache, floating widget



                                                                                                                                                                                                                           
                                                           

Warning 

  • We are not responsible for any damages that may happened by using this Techniques. 
  • Use this guide at your own risk. We shall not have any liability or responsibility for whatever happens to you and your device by using the instructions in this guide.
  • The instructions provided in this tutorial for educational purpose only. There is no guarantee that these steps will work for your device.
  •  Applying this guide to any other device or any other model may produce many problems.
  • Read and Understand the whole tutorial first, before going to perform the steps.
  • At the same time this content is not to harm any one but it is only for educational purpose.

Source:- Google Play Store

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How to Show any Widget Only on Homepage in webpage

Posted by Tushar Bedekar
 
To show Widget only on homepage, add a conditional tag for with the widget you have used . Go to Template >> Edit HTML >> Search for the widget and add red coloured conditional tag below.
Normally, you can find the widget in "Mainblog/ Mainwrapper" if you put the Widget over blog post. I suggest you use a widget title and search the title in HTML editor. Thus you can easily find the widget. Now add the red coloured tag as shown in the code.


Example :
<b:widget id='HTML5' locked='false' title='Testing Widget' type='HTML'>
<b:includable id='main'>
<b:if cond='data:blog.url == data:blog.homepageUrl'>
<!-- only display title if it's non-empty -->
<b:if cond='data:title != &quot;&quot;'>
<h2 class='title'><data:title/></h2>
</b:if>
<div class='widget-content'>
<data:content/>
</div>
</b:if>
<b:include name='quickedit'/>

</b:includable>
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Latest Updates Widget for Blogger

Posted by Tushar Bedekar
 It is one of the most attractive widget for blogger , is provide a quick navigation system for your visitors . it look like as :





Procedure:
1.      Go to Template > Edit HTML

2.  Now past the billow code in CSS
                           Or    
       Search  “  ]]></b:skin>  “ and past the billow code just above it
Code:
.samazhlo {
background: #4371CF;
position:absolute;
float: left;
padding: 0 10px;
height: 32px;
line-height: 30px;
color: #FFF;
font-family: Oswald,arial,Georgia,serif;
text-transform: uppercase;
font-size: 10pt;
margin-right: 10px;}

.head_brnews{
height:30px;background:#fff;width:100%;max-width:1250px;margin:0 ;border-style: solid ;
border-width: 1px;border-color: #cccccc;overflow: hidden;width: auto;margin-top:10px;}
.breaking-news{
float:left;
height:30px;
position:relative;
overflow:hidden;
margin-bottom:20px;
}
.breaking-news h4{
background: #9EC22D;
display:block;
float:left;
padding:0 10px;
height:32px;
line-height:30px;
color:#FFF;
font-family: Oswald,arial,Georgia,serif;
text-transform:uppercase;
font-size:10pt;
margin-right:10px
}
.breaking-news ul{
float:left
}
.breaking-news a:hover{
color:#333;
}
.breaking-news ul li{
float:left;
display:block;
list-style:none;
}
.breaking-news ul a{
padding:1px;
display:block;
color:#333;
white-space:nowrap;
float:left;
line-height:30px;
font-size:13px;
font-family: 'Droid Serif', serif;
display:hidden;
}
.breaking-news span{
display:block;
float:left;
padding:1px 10px;
color:#333;
font-size:12px;
line-height:30px;
}
3.    Now  past the billow code any where Between  <head>  &  </head>   where u want the widget to be display
       for example past it after the navigation bar code  </div>
code:
<div class='head_brnews'>
<div class='breaking-news'><div class='samazhlo'>Latest Updates</div> 
<script src='https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/80436322/autoscroll.js' type='text/javascript'/>

  <script type='text/javascript'>
       var nMaxPosts =6;
        var nWidth = 100;
        var nScrollDelay = 70;
        var sDirection = &quot;left&quot;;
        var sOpenLinkLocation = &quot;N&quot;;
        var sBulletChar = &quot;&gt;&gt;&quot;;
</script>
<script src='/feeds/posts/default?alt=json-in-script&amp;callback=RecentPostsScrollerv2&amp;max-results=6' type='text/javascript'/>
  </div>
</div>
4.   Now save the template
That’s it……………….
Happy Blogging!

   By- TYD group
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