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Thursday, December 1, 2016


This trick is simple and best trick so far which you can do it yourself, how you can make your Computer welcome you in its computerized voice. You can make your Windows based computer say "Welcome to your PC, Username."
Make Windows Greet you with a Custom Voice Message at Startup.

To use this trick, follow the instructions given below:-

1. Click on Start . Navigate to All Programs, Accessories and Notepad.

2. Copy and paste the exact code given below.

Dim speaks, speech
speaks="Welcome to your PC, Username "
Set speech=CreateObject("sapi.spvoice")
speech.Speak speaks

3. Replace Username with your own name which you prefer to be greeted by the computer.

4. Click on File Menu, Save As, select All Types in Save as Type option, and save the file as Welcome.vbs or "*.vbs".

5. Copy the saved file.

6. Navigate to C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Start Menu\Programs\Startup (in Windows XP) and to C:\Users\ {User-Name}\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\Startup (in Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7 and Windows Vista) if C: is your System drive. AppData is a hidden folder. So, you will need to select showing hidden folders in Folder options to locate it. If you have trouble locating the startup folder, press Windows key+R and type shell:startup in the Run dialog box and press Enter. The startup folder will open.

7. Paste the file.

Now when the next time you start your computer,
Windows will welcome you in its own computerized voice.

Please Note : For best results, it is recommended to change sound scheme to No Sounds very important.

You can change the sound scheme to No Sounds by following the steps given below:-

1. Go to Control Panel.
2. Then click on Switch to Classic View.
3. Then Click on Sounds and Audio Devices.
4. Then Click on the Sounds Tab.
5. Select No Sounds from the Sound Scheme option.
6. If you wish to save your Previous Sound Scheme, you can save it by clicking Yes in the popup menu.
7. Click on OK.

Do it yourself to see how it works. This trick is the most amazing of all tricks I have ever come across on Windows. Whenever I start my PC in front of anybody and the PC welcomes me, the fellow is left wondering how I have become a computer geek.

Windows 10 Tips And Tricks: Playing Games From Store Offline

Active strong internet connection is required so that running Windows Store games on a PC will run smoothly. After hearing out consumer complaints, Microsoft has removed this requirement. Offline play is now available in Windows Store. This request has been pending long enough that the company is no lagging behind its competitors.

Although Microsoft has permitted offline play for Windows Store games, but there still exist some limitations from the main features. For example, the player cannot make any additional purchases, leaderboards will not display game progress, and players cannot showcase their achievements. Until a connection is established, these features will not go off.

On top of that, only a single device can be designated as an 'offline device' at a time. Changing of offline devices is allowed but only thrice a year. A lot of steps are also required to go offline gaming. Most games with campaign mode, however, will be playable offline. Of course, multiplayer games need an internet connection.

How to set a Windows 10 device as designated offline device to play Windows Store games

Firstly, users need to ensure that they're online. The latest Windows updates are also needed to push this through. To check if so, go to Start>Settings>, then select 'Update & security'. Once there, check for Windows Update option. Users can check here if there are pending updates.

Secondly, check out all requirements above, users need to open the Windows Store. A prompt will pop out for signing in, if there wasn't any sign in happening earlier. Once signed in, users need to click on the
'Me' icon on the upper right-hand corner.
Once there, select
Settings, and then Offline Permissions**, this needs to be activated by making sure the toggle is set to 'ON': 'Make this PC the one I use to run some games or apps that have a limited license, even when I'm offline'.

Watch full tutorial from here..

Thursday, November 24, 2016

7 Tips and Tricks for the MacBook Pro's Touch Bar

A  new gadget has been unveil, The MacBook Pro's Touch Bar which is one such gadget, with a series of features and added functionality that's not abundantly obvious on first use. Instead of trying to tap and swipe your way around the Touch Bar, we rounded up some tips to help you.

1. Just tap and slide

Save yourself a few taps when using either the volume or brightness control. Instead of tapping the button, then moving your finger over to the slider to make an adjustment, tap and hold on the respective button. With your finger still on it, slide to the left or right. The Touch Bar will treat the gesture as if your finger were on the actual slider and will respond accordingly.

2. Disable in-app Touch Bar controls

If you don't want the Touch Bar to change and morph its behavior based on the app you're using, you can open System Preferences > Keyboard to tailor how it works.

Click on the drop-down menu labeled Touch Bar shows to select from one of three options: App Controls with Control Strip, Expanded Control Strip or App Controls.

Any changes you make will show up in real time on the Touch Bar for you to test.

3. Take screenshot of Touch Bar

Touché is a free app that not only gives those who don't own the new MacBook Pro a chance to try out the Touch Bar, but it also includes the ability to take a screenshot of the Touch Bar.

Download Touché for free.

4. Expanded Control Strip

The Control Strip contains up to four buttons on the right side of the Touch Bar. You can customize which buttons are always shown by following the steps laid out here. There's an expanded Control Strip, as well, which you can access by tapping on the "<" button to the left of the Control Strip for access to more commonly used controls.

5. Easiest way to use Siri

Rather than tapping on Siri's button, giving a command, then waiting for your MacBook Pro to process it, try this: Press and hold the Siri button, give your command, then lift your finger off of the button.

Siri will instantly process and carry out whatever it is you asked of her.

6. Scrub a dub dub

You can quickly jump ahead or back while watching a video or listening to music on your MacBook Pro with the Touch Bar's built-in scrub tool.

A button that resembles a bar graph will show up to the left of the Control Strip when scrubbing is available. Tap on it, then slide your finger over the scrub tool. If more than one app is available for scrubbing, an app icon will be displayed. Tap the app icon to switch between apps.

Bonus: If you use Safari, you can scrub through ads played before most videos.

7. Bring the function keys back

Hold in the "fn" key to display the Function keys, should you need to access them. Or if you know you need to access the Function keys each time you are in a certain app, open System Preferences > Keyboard > Shortcuts. Click on Function Keys in the list of options, followed by the "+" sign to add an app the list.

Furthermore, every time you use that app the Touch Bar will only display Function keys.

Monday, November 21, 2016

Top 9 problems of Infinix Hot 2 and their solutions

Infinix product is one of the most economical brand in android phones with unique features an as well being the most affordable brand of phones, there are still some lapses in its design and as such result in short term problems during usage. Here i would enlist some Common problems of Infinix Hot 2 and their possible solutions

Problem 1: I can’t see a file manger

One of the problems of Infinix Hot 2 is that of users not being able to see a file manager. After signing in with your Gmail account, the first thing you need to do is to download a file manager from Google Playstore. Es File Explorer is highly recommended.

Problem 2: I can’t use a custom song as ringtone

When you notice you can’t set a song as ringtone, then next thing is, use your ES File Explorer, navigate to the song you want, and set that as your ringtone.

Problem 3: I can’t find any gallery

The Infinix Hot 2 actually has a gallery app called Google Photos. Though, I’ll admit, the app looks weird and different from what we’re used to. To fix the problem, run along to Google Play Store and download Quick Pic or Gallery. It is a lightweight and fast gallery app. Highly recommended.

Problem 4: I can’t play videos

If you can’t find a good video player on your phone, again Quick Pic is decent. For a more rounded experience, go ahead to Google Play Store and download MX Player.

Problem 5: The phone doesn’t have HSDPA

Just because the phone shows 3G on the network signal bar (instead of H+), many people have concluded that the phone doesn’t have HSDPA. If you dig around Setting -> About section, you’ll clearly see where it is shown. The phone has HSDPA. However, if you need to be able to see it reflected as an icon in the status bar, you can still go further, by rooting, installing Xposed Framework and Gravity Box, then set it up to write H+ on the status bar.

Problem 6: My launcher suddenly changed to vertical scrolling

If you notice the default launcher suddenly changed to vertical scrolling, don’t be afraid. What happened is that it has been automatically updated. The latest update to Google Now launcher changed it from horizontal to vertical scrolling of the app drawer. So if you don’t like it, go to Google Play Store, and download Nova launcher HERE , then customize it as you please.

Most of the problems you experience with this phone is because you’re on a Guest Account. Yes. During initial setup most of us mistakenly put ourselves in guest account. This means the phone sees you as a guest. Hence, it restricts your use of the phone. Please make sure you are not on a guest account, if you’re on it, reset your phone to factory settings.
>!! If you do like updating OS from original vendors is advisable not to root unless you know what you are doing.

Problem 7: I can no longer see my 2nd SIM as option when I want to make a call
When on the Phone menu, Go to Options (it’s a 3-dot menu) on the top right hand of the screen. Select Settings > Calling accounts > When Call Ask First.
From there, you can set it to show both SIM cards.

Problem 8: After upgrading to Marshmallow, All my saved Contacts now show just numbers

If your Call log is not showing contacts;
Go to Settings> Accounts>Google>
Click the 3-dot menu on the top right hand side and,
Remove the account.
After a while you add it back by logging in again to your Gmail, it will be fixed.

Problem 9: After upgrading to Marshmallow, I can’t access my Memory Card, and my PC no longer recognize my phone

Google has changed the way memory cards work on Android 6.0 I explained everything HERE. You have to format your SD card with the phone before your files can show on it. Please ignore the message that tells you to setup your SD card.

To access your phone through PC, plug in your phone, when it’s charging, Open your phone and swipe down the notification bar (you will notice the default is “Charging Only”), change it to MTP or USB storage, and it will show.