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Free internet accelerators

slow internet connection costs time and gets on your nerves. For this reason, taking the time to optimize the settings is almost considered a must – particularly since an optimization in terms of speed doesn’t come with any additional cost, neither for a hardware extension nor for the software, but some utilities can tweak and optimize internet settings for you.

1. Ashampoo Internet Accelerator 3

Ashampoo Internet Accelerator analyzes your computer and optimizes all the relevant settings with a single click. You don’t need to know anything, just select the automatic optimizer and you’re done. It also includes an Internet connection speed test tool so you can test your performance directly.

2. SpeedConnect

SpeedConnect Internet Accelerator is a powerful Windows application designed to optimize your network connection and speed up all your internet activities. This translates into a faster internet connection, faster browsing and email, faster downloads, faster online gaming, improved Skype connection.


3. Internet Accelerator

Internet Accelerator improves various configuration settings that directly affect your network and Internet connection speed. It offers limited number of features but for beginners these setting are enough to see aspeeding internet connection.

.Enjoy this softwares and please do not forget to comment to keep us alive.


Aiptek’s entry-level HD (720p) camcorder can shoot 3D photos and videos. It can record stereoscopic videos and merge them accordingly to create a stereoscopic 3D video/photo to be viewed on the
camcorder’s parallax barrier display screen, eliminating the need for 3D glasses. The camcorder has a mini HDMI interface, which can be connected to a 3D-compatible HDTV or monitor to view the 3D content using 3D glasses.

Simple anaglyph 3D glasses are also bundled to let you view the videos in 3D on a regular non-3D display. The built-in 24 MB memory can record just 40 seconds of video, but you can install up to 32 GB of SDHC memory. A locked built-in ROM of 71 MB carries the ArcSoft TotalMedia HDcam software for viewing/converting videos and photos into 3D anaglyph videos. It is compatible with Nvidia’s 3D Vision kits too. The camcorder is slightly bulkier than a regular mobile phone, sports a built-in retractable USB port for data transfer and to charge the 1000 mAh battery, which lasts barely over an hour. The rear features two microphones and two 5 megapixel sensors for stereo audio/video recording. An HDMI interface completes the camera for viewing the videos directly on a 3D capable display.

Videos are captured at 29 fps and 720p, but the camcorder lacks optical zoom and the captured videos were quite jerky. When panning the camera, we found a signifi cant drop in video quality is the capture speed is pretty slow while panning. The overall build-quality is good with a sturdy dual-tone and glossy shell. The control panel consists of the record, delete, photo capture and 2D/3D toggle buttons which are well placed around a 5-way joystick. The UI is very simple , but there are no settings for the camera modes such as EV, ISO, shutter speed, etc. Overall, this pocketsized device is quite steeply priced for an entry-level 3D HD camcorder.It costs around 19k


An all-in-one solution for remote access or technical support over the Internet, TeamViewer is an excellent application for technical advisors, corporate meetings, and students. The application is quite tiny, but pretty powerful and it creates tunneled connections for accessing a remotely located computer via the Internet. One can take complete control of the remote PC, create online meetings and presentations, setup a VPN, or do simple file transfers across two PCs.

Additionally, one can also do VoIP, video chat and more using this simple application. Once you download it, you can either install it or run it as a standalone utility, and it connects your computer to its servers via the Internet to create a unique user ID and password for your computer. Once done, all you have to do is pass on these credentials to the other user, who has to simply enter the details on his end in the application and take control over your PC.

You can setup security details for the type of access control that you would like the other person to have. The free version is meant for personal use only, while commercial use attracts a license fee. The application is also available for crossplatform use on Mac, Linux, and iPhone and Android operating system-based phones. It is an excellent solution for those who travel away from work or home and need to access their PC or important data from a remote location using the Internet.

How to Delete Admin Password without any software (Win XP)

First of all,remember that this should be only used for educational purposes and we are not responsible for your act.
1. Put your hard disk of your computer in any other pc.
2. Boot that computer and use your hard disk as a secondary hard disk (Don't boot as primary hard disk ).3. Then open that drive in which the victim’s window(or your window) is installed.4. Go to location windows->system32->config5. And delete SAM.exe and SAM.log 
6. Now remove hard disk and put in your computer.
7. And boot your computer.

Hack Webcam!

This is not a Hacking guide! It's rather a tutorial to show you how to do a simple search for unprotected webcam on the net.This is only for fun purposes.You are totally responsible for your actions!
To hack a webcam,Go to google.com 

Type "inurl:view/shtml" in search..
you can get list of search results,Just click any one of them,then you can view that camera!

Here's an Webcam of Crerar Quadrangle - The University of Chicago

KRESTEL GX - Photo Management Software

Kestrel GX's user interface resembles that of Adobe Photoshop Lightroom, with the viewing area in the
center, thumbnail strip at the base, and a panel on the right. On selecting a folder, the thumbnails are displayed
at the base. Below the viewing area are buttons for image rotation, slideshow, edit, full screen view, actual size and delete.

 The right panel has three tabs - Search, Keywords and Metadata. As the first step of the workflow, you have to keyword your photos using ratings, tags and categories. Once done, you can search for what you want from hundreds of photos in a jiffy . Advanced Search allows you to search based on fi le type, image resolution, exposure parameters, etc. 

The built-in photo editor is straightforward. To the left, you have 10 parameters, which include Level, Crop, Resize, Crop, Red eye and Watermark. When you click any of these, a dialog box displays the original image and preview with sliders for adjusting the values. 

You have to remember to save the images before you exit the editor, because it doesn’t remember the parameters you adjusted. The application is very easy to use and a good starting point for beginners. However, you’ll find it frustrating to use on a basic PC or laptop because it’s heavy on resources.


The Linksys E3000 includes every feature a power user would want, but it also costs a pretty penny. But what if you want a basic router -nothing more, nothing else? Cisco has a solution to your problem. The E1000 is a low-cost router with Wi-Fi N support. It does away with all the advanced features of the E3000 and is aimed at users who want a no-nonsense, standard wireless solution.

 It looks exactly like the E3000, but is half its size. We had no complaints on the build quality; the E1000 has the Cisco stamp of quality all over it. It packs in a Broadcom BCM4716 Intensi-fi XLR 802.11 n 2.4 GHz Router System-on-Chip, Broadcom BCM5325 10/100 switch, 32 MB of RAM and 4 MB of fl ash; powerful enough for your day-to-day needs. There are five Ethernet ports; one for Internet access and the rest to support clients on a LAN, but the lack of a Gigabit port and USB is a downer. The E1000 comes with the Easy Connect software, which makes setting up your internet connection a cakewalk. The software does everything for you, so you can sit back and enjoy a cup of coff ee while the router does its work. The E1000 uses WPA/WPA2 and WEP encryption and both come with 64 and 128 bit versions.

It also offers a guest network, where guests can log in with a password, but will not be able to access the printer or view the contents of the host’s computer. The E1000 performs quite well at a distances of 5 to 12 feet from the router, with the signal dropping as you move further away. The signal dropped drastically about 20 feet away from the router. The overall performance is decent for a basic router, but we would have liked better range. It also performs poorly when multiple computers are connected, as throughput drops as the number of connected PCs goes up.


Choiix is a brand created by Cooler Master that focuses on accessories for laptops and netbooks. Cruiser, which is a portable wireless mouse designed for use with laptops, is the first Choiix product we got our hands on. It’s available in five attractive colors (black, white, green, blue and red) and sports an elegant design. The speciality of this mouse is that unlike regular optical mice, it can track on glossy surfaces and transparent glass thanks to the Blue Trace technology. 

It has a blue LED at the bottom instead of red. A pair of AAA batteries lends good weight balance to the mouse and the grip is excellent. If you have big hands, you can elevate the rear of the mouse for a more ergonomic grip. The wireless receiver is tiny and houses in the mouse’s body so that you don’t lose it. The Choiix Cruiser bundles with a small mouse pad which grips glossy surfaces very well.


Webcams are built into pretty much every laptop today, so one would have to be pretty special to get people to spend extra money. The Lifecam HD-5000 does drastically improve the experience for anyone who’s been frustrated by the poor quality of video chats.

The camera’s base twists like a fi nger to curl around an LCD monitor frame, but the bulky body sticks out about an inch, and there’s no physical zoom control. Setup is a breeze even without the bundled software, but don’t expect this cam to work on a Mac. During tests with a high-speed connection, both Skype and Google chat partners  were pleasantly surprised by the clarityof the video, but slight movements caused the autofocus to constantly recalibrate. Users can encode 720p 16:9 video in real time, which video bloggers and podcast makers will love.

Clean system restore points and create space

If your system is running stably and if it has been a while since you last installed any new software, you can delete all system restoration points except the most recent one. 
DELETE OLD POINTS: For that, right click the item for your system drive in the ‘Desktop’ or ‘Explorer’ folder and select the context command ‘Properties’. Then right click the button ‘Clean’ to the right below the pie chart for the occupied and free space. The ‘Disk cleanup’ dialog will then appear with a progress bar and the message about the free space potentially available being calculated. This may take a few minutes’. The system dialog ‘Disk Cleanup’ then opens. In that, activate the tab ‘Other options’. If you click the ‘Clean’ button in the bottom most field ‘System restore points’, you will be asked one last security question. Answer this question with ‘Yes’ to delete all old data for the system restoration.

AVOID WASTING SPACE: You can also deactivate the system restore function
completely. However, we advise you against it. It would be better to limit the
storage space to a reasonable value. For that, open the item ‘System and Security’ in the Control Panel by double clicking it and activate the tab ‘System restore’. In that, you can ‘Deactivate system restore for all drives’ using the option with the same name. Or select
an item for ‘Available drives’ and click the ‘Settings’ button near it. In the
next dialog, you can either ‘Deactivate system restore on this drive’ or restrict
the use of the hard disk with the ‘Amount of memory to be used’ slider.


The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-H55 is a compact super zoom camera with an impressive set of features that is headlined by its ample 10x optical zoom. It features a brush metal finish and it’s small enough to be easily carried around. Buttons are well spaced out, allowing you to navigate between menus with ease. The addition of a jog dial makes it much easier to switch between the various modes. It comes with a wide 3-inch LCD display that performs well in daylight.

The camera features a 14.1-megapixel sensor and a 25 mm wide angle lens, allowing you to capture a wider frame into your shot. It boasts over 10 scene modes, and also allows the user to experiment with manual and program modes. A nifty little feature is the sweep panorama mode. It works flawlessly and allows you to create images as wide as 7152 x 1080 (horizontal) or 4912 x 1920 (vertical). If you are not too keen on fiddling with manual settings, the iAuto mode automatically selects the most suitable mode, and does so quite flawlessly. The H55 is quite a stunner when it comes to capturing videos. Besides 640 x 480, it can also record at 720p (1280 x 720, 30 fps). Overall color and contrast are handled well, but colors that have a tinge of red tend to be slightly blown out of proportion.

Image stabilization is also very good, allowing you to achieve a very steady video even at full zoom. In still images, it does a very good job at color reproduction. Here, the reds are well within limits, and the overall picture quality is sharp with no apparent fringing or color bleeding.
Macro shots are a disappointment as the H55’s minimum focus distance is 5 cm. All in all, this is a good camera with a competitive price tag of Rs 14,990.


The Canon PowerShot G-series cameras are a perfect blend of features for enthusiasts. Some of the notable features are complete manual control over exposure parameters, RAW format support and rock solid build. The PowerShot G12 isn’t significantly different from the G11, but offers a few additional useful features.

 It boasts a 10 megapixel sensor and the 5x zoom lens has a focal length of 28 mm at the widest end, which is common in digital cameras these days. What sets the G-series apart is the instant access to EV, ISO settings and shooting modes in the form of dials on the top panel. There’s also a provision of hot shot for adding an external fl ash. The swivel screen, which can be pulled out and rotated 180 degrees outward and 90 degrees inward, allows capturing photos in crowded areas with the camera held over the head or from ground level. An additional dial in front is a new feature. It comes in handy for adjusting shutter speed. 

The aperture can be adjusted using the dial on the control panel next to the 2.8-inch LCD. The G12 also features 720p video recording and a few additional scene modes. It doesn’t support optical zoom while recording videos, but there’s digital zoom. Performance is outstanding; 1/3 step increment for ISO, 1 cm range for macro shots and swivel display help to take great shots.
 Even at ISO 800, the noise level is acceptable. We took plenty of outdoor and indoor shots using various ISO settings, scene modes, with and without fl ash, and macro mode. The reproduction of colors and details was excellent, but high-contrast photos shot in daylight suffered slightly from fringing. The fi nal results looked great after processing the RAW files in Lightroom.

Simplify the use of the login dialog in Windows (7,Vista,XP)

A new mouse is acting strange on the PC: the pointer can hardly be tamed, and even with the slightest touch, it is moving too fast. The speed can be adjusted by changing the settings, but remains unchanged in the login dialog for all system users.

Adjust the mouse and make sure the settings apply to the computer’s
default user. With that, these settings will be available to all users even in the login
dialog. Open ‘Run’ in the start menu of Windows XP, enter ‘regedit’ and click
OK’. From Vista onwards, enter ‘regedit’ in the input field of the start menu
and press the [Enter] key. Confirm the question of user account control with
Yes’ or ‘Continue’. Then navigate to the key ‘HKEY_CURRENT_USER\ControlPanel\
Mouse’ and Double-click on "Default" and change it's value to from '0' to '1'.

 If you want to change only one setting or swap the mouse keys for left-handers, you can also edit the string ‘SwapMouseButtons’ by double clicking in the key ‘HKEY_USERS\DEFAULT\Control Panel\Mouse' and setting the value to ‘1’. Then close the registry. From the next boot, the previously defined mouse configuration will be effective throughout the system.

Screenr-Instant Screencasts

Screenr is an useful site which can be used to record computer screen.There is no need of any installation or download,Just go to www.screenr.com and click on "Record".Screenr is Twitter-centric but sports a high-degree of functionality even if you don't actively use Twitter. You can easily tweet your screencasts from Screenr—the default, unless you specify otherwise is to share your screencasts on Twitter. If you opt to not share the screencast on Twitter you can download it as an MP4, upload it to YouTube, embed the screencast, or simply share the URL via email or IM.

When you start the Screenr recording tool you can specify which region of the screen you want to record—it uses a simple drag-to-resize box—and what audio input, if any, you'll be using. Hit the record button to start and the big green Done button to end your recording.

Spypig-Free E-mail tracking system

Have you ever wondered that whether your friend reads your mail or not? He/she is not replying or didn't see your mail. Whether your important mail reach to its destination. If yes then here is Spypig for you.
Spypig is a cool & free email tracking system that sends you a notification mail whenever recipient read your mail.
Its very simple to use just follow these steps:

1). Open www.spypig.com .

2). Enter your Email id and message title.

3). It provides special image which contains tracking code, select 1 of the image provided. If you dont want that your recipient know about this tracking then select blank (white) image provided.

4). Select no of notifications you want and then press activate.

5). Now it will generate an image copy that image in your mail.

6). Send it.
Its done.
Now whenever your recipient open that mail you will get a notification email.


Video playback is common in phones and portable media players these days because of which video transcoding tools are gaining popularity. Transcoding videos to a compatible format allows playback, which otherwise wouldn’t be possible. In case of devices that support MPEG4 and DivX natively, transcoding high resolution videos to match the resolution of the device’s screen makes playback less taxing on the device. WinMPG Video Convert presents a simple user interface; we haven’t seen one simpler than this. The main screen is a tiny window with options to convert video in any format to AVI, 3GP, VCD or DVD format or from FLV to any other video format. On choosing any one, a dialog box pops up, in which you have to specify the video you wish to convert, and the profile to use for conversion. You can also add tasks to batch and then process them in one go. On clicking the Start button, it starts encoding the entire video. You can use the Advanced option to select a portion of the video and specify encoding parameters such as audio and video bit rate and resolution. The application has built-in profi les for iPod, iPhone and most Nokia and Sony phones. It is easy to use and does a decent job, but if you’re an advanced user, we suggest SUPER or Media Coder, which are free.

Nokia to make cheap WP7 phones

Nokia has announced that it will launch its own Windows Phone 7 devices soon at low prices. Nokia CEO Stephen Elop said that “we have become convinced that we can do that very quickly”. So now we can expect some cheap WP7 devices soon.
Mobile World Congress 2011 this past week proved something of a flop for Windows Phone, with new Android devices dominating the line-ups of most manufacturers. Nokia itself has said that its first smartphones running the platform aren’t expected until later in the year. One of the current issues is pricing, with Microsoft’s stringent minimum specifications and inflexibility on modifications leading to an expensive range of functionally very similar handsets. Broader support for chipsets other than Qualcomm’s will be one important step in that process; earlier this week, ST-Ericsson confirmed it was focusing strongly on the Windows Phone platform.

Extend Windows 7 from 30 days to 90 Days trail

You can extent your Windows 7 trial version from 30 days to 90 days by simple 3 steps!
1.Firstly,  Download Windows 7 Pre-Beta M3 Build 6801 from here.
2. Burn it on a DVD, and install windows 7.
Note: This hack will work after every days of use, so try these commands 2 times just some days before your 30 days trail is going to end. 
3. When installation is complete, open Command Prompt.
Type any of the three commands below: 
sysprep /generalize  
slmgr.vbs –rearm 
rundll32 slc.dll,SLReArmWindows
Now the trial period is extented to 90 days! :)


Spice’s latest off ering is the world’s first glassless 3D phone, the M-67 3D. It has a lightweight streamlined look, but the black and gold combo is a little loud. The keypad layout, while neat, is too fl at, making typing a bit uncomfortable. It has a proprietary USB/charging port and 2.5mm handsfree socket, which is annoying. The M-67 is equipped with a 2.36-inch LCD panel with a 240x320 resolution. 

It uses an auto-stereoscopic 3D display, so it doesn’t require glasses to view images or video in 3D. The 3D UI is a bit gimmicky and doesn’t convert all screens to 3D. At the end of the day, it’s still the same Java platform. Navigating the menus is speedy and there’s no lag while typing. Call volume was a little too low for our liking. Audio quality was not bad, but the higher frequencies were a little sharp. This can be adjusted using the 8-band customizable EQ. The FM radio worked well, with clear reception when traveling.

The video player allows you select 2D or 3D content, but watching these videos can be quite a strain on your eyes. We faced formatting issues while trying to convert and play 3D videos from YouTube, and even though the bundled videos played fi ne, the framerates were wonky. 3D images look good, but the videos are almost certain to give you a headache. The M-67 3D is GPRS-enabled handset. The Spice FunSpace Section offers quick links to Facebook, Vuclip, and Wapdia, and Nimbuzz for chat. Bluetooth with A2DP and USB connectivity are also available. The mobile tracker and remote wipe options are useful in case of theft, and there’s also a blacklist function for calls and messages. The 2 megapixel camera is as basic as it gets, and image quality is just plain bad. The battery off ers two days of usage with a good amount of talk time. The idea of glassless 3D on a phone this cheap was astounding, but the overall experience is less than impressive.


The Notepal ErgoStand is a cooler for notebooks ranging from sizes 9 to 17 inches. The jet black cooler has great aesthetic appeal, and it is made of a plastic and steel body with a metal mesh grille and rubber feet. The angle of the cooler can be ergonomically adjusted at four angles.

It features a silent but effi cient 140 mm 5 V fan, which can be powered via the bundled USB cable. The cooler additionally powers the onboard four-port USB hub, for use with accessories such as a mouse or a keyboard. Though we noticed efficient cooling for the test laptop, the two adjustable foam pads that keep the laptop from slipping, rise quite high, making operation a bit awkward. You can eliminate the pads completely, but without it you can use the cooler only at the lowest possible angle.

Material: Metal mesh, Plastic, Rubber, Steel
Weight: 1.05kg
Dimension: 370 x 265 x 33 ~ 58 mm
Operation degree: 6.5 ~ 45 degree
Compatibility: from 9-inch netbook to 17-inch laptop
USB port: USB 1.1/2.0 x 4
Cable length: 600mm
Others: 4 anti-slip rubbers