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Best Computer Guide : Android App for Shortcut Keys

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Download my first Android App “Best Computer Guide” from Play Store, from below :
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This App is mainly for Keyboard Shortcut Keys from all fields including Windows, Linux, MacOS, Ubuntu, Unix and many more..

In coming Updates, i’ll add more features, so stay tuned with us…..


Top Secure VPN For Online Privacy

Now a days, Online Privacy of every person is at risk and most of the people want to secure their information available online. So i am just mentioning some of the best sites for online privacy(VPN).

Stay secured, Stay Protected!!!


Pure VPN: Lifetime Subscription

Make sure your personal data and Internet activity are never exposed with the extremely reliable VPN trusted by over a million users. PureVPN’s self-managed VPN network has a wider reach (550+ servers nodes in 141 countries) and allows more simultaneous device connections (five) than pretty much any other VPN out there.


OneVPN: Lifetime Subscription

One VPNs offer an invaluable service, cleaning up your internet experience, while keeping you anonymous from hackers and government snoops who may be monitoring your activity. OneVPN provides this secure browsing service on a budget, while maintaining high speeds and offering a variety of features. You’ll be able to use the internet safely, through over 60 servers based in 21 countries.


VPNSecure: Lifetime Subscription

Internet threats are a real thing – and surfing the Web on a public connection can result in your personal data falling into the wrong hands. This deal offers you a lifetime of protection so you can explore the Internet worry-free. With the Smart DNS component, you can even bypass those annoying geographical restrictions that block Hulu, and more abroad. Plus, unlike other VPN services that claim to not log your activity, VPNSecure proudly assures that ZERO logs are recorded. Get VPNSecure, and you’ll get a cross-platform VPN service you can trust.


Hide My IP: Lifetime Subscription

The easiest way to ensure you’re safe online is with Hide My IP. At just the click of a button you can encrypt your internet connection on any of your devices and safely browse without worrying about hackers or government officials snooping on you. Plus, with the ability to choose between over 110 locations, you can bypass blocked content around the world and keep your IP address hidden.


Private Internet Access VPN: 2-Yr Subscription

Block hackers and government spies, even when you’re connected to public Wi-Fi, thanks to Private Internet Access. High-level encryption ensures you’ll put an end to incessant digital advertising, while IP cloaking gives you access to the Internet uncensored from anywhere. With Private Internet Access, the only gateways to the outside Internet are the ones you open.

Top 10 Free Legal Websites to Download Movie

You might not want to spend money by registering yourself to any site for watching movies. Hence the free Movie Download Websites allow registering yourself for free and you will find the latest movies streaming there. You can then choose your movie from the available option and download it directly without your IP address being detected as an illegal address for downloading movies. The movies uploaded in these sites are high in quality and doesn’t consume a high amount of data.


  1. Youtube


Here you can search for any movie, old and new and of any language and watch it. You can also use offline YouTube channel where you store your films and watch it when you want to. You can also watch several videos and episodes of drama series here.

2. Internet Archive

The Internet Archive is the largest online storage of movies and books. You can download the movies in the form of torrents from here. As the files are in torrents, the sizes of these movie files are small hence several can be downloaded at a go. Previously direct links to download movies were also available here which got rejected due to large file size.

3. Retrovision


Here you can get movies of all genres. The menu of this site is made genre specific so that your search becomes easy.

4. Crackle

This website is owned by Sony and allows you to watch movies and TV series for free. You need to go through a process of a signing up and making your playlist. After that you can start watching your favourites. You shall also be recommended movies and TV series according to your taste. On Crackle, Free movie download website, you can catch shows which are usually not made free for watching.

5. Open Culture

It was founded in 2006, It has 6 categories, Movies, Online courses, Language lessons, e-Books, Textbooks, Audiobooks. Here you can watch high quality videos, hear audio books and read e-books online.

6. Popcorn Flix


Owned by Screem Media Ventures, this platform helps you download Public Domain movies containing original contents.

7. Movie Found Online

This website works like the Curator of independent movies, comedy talk shows, short films and documentaries along with full length Films.

8. Classic Cinema Online


If you are an ardent lover of Classics, then this site is just for you.

9. Hulu


Here you can stream more than 100 movies after subscribing and watch them without requiring downloading.

10. Public Domain Torrents


Public Domain Torrents is probably the only no-notorious-activity torrent website that I know about. Here you can find all kind of old movies in various formats to download.



How to Remove Image Background Using MS Word


MS Office tools like Word, PowerPoint and Excel have their own specific uses and few would disagree that each of them is really good at what it is meant to do. However, conventional uses aside, they’re actually capable of much more provided we can put our creative minds to work.

One such capabilities is the image editing options like cropping in any shape and applying effects. Today we are set to explore yet another image editing feature of Microsoft Office products. We will learn to remove background from an image. Yes, this isn’t something that’s directly available in image editing tools (except for advanced tools like Photoshop). So this method is likely to come in handy at times.

Note: We have used MS Word for the tutorial. But Excel and PowerPoint also support the same.

Steps to Remove Image Background

Open a Word document and insert the sample image in it. You may drag and drop the image or navigate to Insert -> Pictures and then browse for your image.


We’re going to use this image.


Step 1: Select the picture and then navigate to Picture Tools -> Format. Hit on Remove Background option placed under Adjust section. Refer to the screenshot below.


The moment you do that you will see that the MS Word detects by itself (pink area) the background to be removed. And, though not perfect, it doesn’t do a shoddy job at all.


Step 2: The above result is not what you expected. You need the entire bottle, and Word has left out portions. So, you need to do a little more. Drag the lines to increase or decrease the area coverage. Here, we need to increase the area.


Step 3: Even with that you may be left with few unwanted areas (like the shadow) or few removed areas which you needed (on the edges).

To your rescue, you can use the Background Removal tools like Mark Areas to Keep and Mark Areas to Remove. As the names indicate, they can be used to mark more area to remove or mark an area to keep from what has already been selected on its own.


In order to do that select the required option and drag lines across the area you wish to remove or keep. This is definitely not as easy as it looks. It needs practice.

Here’s what we got out of our sample. The minus sign (-) indicates areas selected for removal and the plus sign (+) indicates areas marked for keeping.


Step 4: When you are satisfied click on Keep Changes. You will be taken away from the editing mode for a preview of your result. At any given time you may press the Esc key to go to the preview mode.


Not bad at all, right? If you do not like it, you can always go back and Discard All Changes or undo markings by using Delete Mark.


The best part is that the background in not white.. it is transparent. That means you can easily put it on top of another image. Overall, a neat function that you can make use of when you need to get rid of certain elements in the background of a snap and don’t want to fiddle around with an image editing tool.


The Complete List of Windows 10 Keyboard Shortcuts You Need to Know About

If you’re recently upgraded to Windows 10 or are thinking about it, you’ll be glad to know that Microsoft has again started treating users like they are grown adults with laptops and desktops with a physical keyboard and an actual mouse, the kind that grown-ups use. Yes, there’s still some of that silly touch screen business around, but it’s nothing more than an option.


Unlike Windows 8, it doesn’t actually get in the way of your work.

In fact, it’s quite the opposite. All the best new Windows 10 features are productivity related. To make your work faster, better. The new features come with updated or new keyboard shortcuts. Seeing as the Windows pro that you are, it will take you no time to pick all of it up.

1. Task View



The best thing about Windows 10 are the new virtual desktops. Yes, you can click that littleTask View button on the taskbar. But keyboard shortcuts are so much better. Windows Key + Tab will bring up the task view. Now use the Arrow keys to move around the available windows and apps. When you find the app you want to switch to, just hit Space.

You’ll see in the bottom bar of the Task view, the new virtual desktop feature. Now, you can click another desktop to switch to it or use the + button to make more of them. But, well, you know where this is going.

Use the keyboard shortcut Windows Key + Ctrl + D to create a whole new virtual desktop.

You can also move around virtual desktops quite easily. The shortcut Windows Key + Ctrl + Left Arrow will take you to the previous desktop, and Windows Key + Ctrl + Right Arrowwill take you to the next desktop.

Windows Key + Ctrl + F4 will close the current desktop.

Windows Key + Left will snap the current window to the left side of the screen, taking up exactly 50% of the screen space. Windows Key + Right does the same for the right side of the screen.


When you snap an app, Windows 10 will suggest some apps to dock on the other side.

The Up and Down arrow keys are more interesting. If a window is already snapped,Windows Key + Down will snap it to the bottom of the screen, taking up a quarter of the screen. Same with Window Key + Up.

But if a window isn’t already snapped, Windows Key + Down will minimize the current window. Then if you use Windows Key + Up shortcut, the window will be back to its space (maximize).

If a window isn’t snapped, Window Key + Up will make the window fullscreen. Even when the windows are snapped, you can get to those minimize/full-screen modes just by using the keyboard shortcuts one more time.

2. Cortana

The next hot thing (or as Ken Jeong would say: Thaaang), is, of course, our intelligent computer lady, Cortana. She’s your very own, personal assistant. Always there, ready to serve you whenever you command. And command you shall, right from your keyboard.


If you’d like to speak to Cortana, use Windows Key + Q keyboard shortcut. But she can answer your questions via text as well – just use Windows Key + S.

3. Command Prompt

Yes, coders and Windows geeks, Windows 10 finally brings copy and paste to Windows 10. Powershell who, amirite?

Ctrl + C for copying, Ctrl +V to paste and Ctrl + A to select all, all work.


Highlight the character to the left or right by using Shift + Left/Right keyboard combo. AddCtrl to that combo to select blocks instead of characters.

4. Misc, But Still Important

Here are other Windows shortcuts you should know about.

Windows Key + G: Open the new Game DVR screen recorder.

Ctrl + Shift + Esc: Open Windows 10 Task Manager.

Windows + E: Open Windows Explorer.

Windows + D: Hide/display the desktop.


What’s Your Favorite Keyboard Shortcut?

Share your favorite and most used keyboard shortcut with us in the comments below.



Use a USB Drive as a Login Device or a Key to Windows


So, As allof already know a lot of ways to make the lock-and-unlock step more secure. Not necessarily more convenient. It’s actually a pain for users who need to get up from their desk every now and then because they have to type the password each time. Even with the picture password, you need to draw that gesture each time.

It gets irritating at times, right?

How about having a device in your pocket that unlocks the machine for you? How about converting your USB device into a physical key or login device? That’s exactly what we are going to learn and set up today. With that you will not have to remember or type your password each time. You may just plug in the device and start working.

In order to set this up we are going to use a tool called Rohos Logon Key. It replaces (or rather adds up) to the default Windows login process. And as discussed on their website you can be assured on security because the password is not stored on the USB Key in open form and all data on the Key are encrypted with AES-256 bit key length.

So, download the tool and install it on your machine. Run the .exe of the tool to get started. You may launch it at the last step of the setup too.


When the application is up you will be presented with a window with two choices. Click on the option to Setup USB Key.


Next thing is to select the user. Your USB device should be listed by default. If multiple devices are plugged in you may want to cross check and/or change the drive to the one you wish to use. When done click on the button that says Setup USB Key.


Within seconds the device should be set up. Wait for the confirmation message and click on Ok when you are prompted with one.


Note: If you want to dismantle the device you can run the app again and choose toDisable Key.

Now, you just need to worry about manually locking your machine. To unlock, just plug in the device and you are through.


The best part is that the device is still available for storage, transfer, etc, while it is being used as a locking device. It also has a paid version in case you want some more features (check out the differences below).


Do tell us if you are going to use it and how helpful it would be to you.


5 Facebook secrets you should use

The number of users is simply astounding. In the second quarter of 2016, Facebook had more than 1.7 billion people active monthly users. And it’s a safe bet that many of them do not know these five secrets of Facebook which today we are going to share.


1. You can Erase your search history :
Maybe you were just mildly curious, but the evidence is still there. If you have ever looked up an ex, this will show up in your Facebook search history. So will any groups, photos, posts and anything else you’ve tried to find.

Fortunately, you can erase your Facebook search history. To do this, login your Facebook account, click on the upside-down triangle in the top-right corner, and click Activity Log. The Activity Log is where Facebook tracks your actions within the site.

In the left column of the Activity Log, under “Photos, Likes and Comments,” click More. Then scroll down and click the “Search” link.
You’ll see a list of your Facebook searches, organized by date. You can clear searches individually by clicking the crossed-circle icon on the right and selecting Delete. You’ll be asked to verify that you’d like to take this action. Once you click Remove Post, the search will be deleted from your history.
To clear every search without the hassle of sifting through years of individual entries, click the “Clear Searches” link located at the top-right of the list.
Unfortunately, Facebook doesn’t let you completely turn off its search history feature. You’ll have to remember to manually clear your searches every now and then.

2. You can Play chess in Facebook :
You’ve seen those Facebook game requests for Candy Crush and Farmville, but did you know there’s also a way to challenge your friends to a game of chess?
The game is played in Facebook Messenger. Start by choosing the friend you’d like to challenge. Open a new message, or insert the game into a conversation you already have going. Type @fbchess to get started.


When you type @fbchess, a chessboard will be inserted into your conversation feed. Typically, whoever initiates the game will be assigned the color white, and will have the first move. However, you can assign colors by typing @fbchess play black, or @fbchess play white (enter your friend’s name here).

Although the gameplay isn’t as simple as some online chess games, moving your pieces around the board is still easy to do. At the bottom and top of the board, you’ll see the letters A through H assigned to the grid. On the right- and left-hand side of the board, you’ll see the numbers one through eight.

To move, just combine the letters and numbers with a piece command. Typing @fbchess Pe4, for example, will move your Pawn to square E4. A list of more advanced commands, such as moving your Bishops and Knights can be found by typing @fbchess help. And, if you ever happen to make a mistake, you can correct it by typing @fbchess undo.

3. Check other messages folder :

Facebook is designed to help you keep in touch, but that doesn’t mean all your messages get through. In fact, some messages are actually tucked into a special folder you probably didn’t know existed.

Messages are stashed in this folder when they’re sent from someone who’s not on your Friends List. Facebook flags these messages as spam, even though it’s still possible that you know them. Old friends, for example, could be reaching out without you knowing it. I recently mentioned this folder on my national radio show. A few weeks later, a listener told me that she checked the folder and found an email from her birth mother!

You’ll find this folder in the Messenger app. Tap the Me icon in the bottom right-hand corner, then tap People. Once there, look for the option for Message Requests, and then a link that says, “See filtered requests.

You can also access these messages when you’re logged into the Facebook.

4. See who’s ignoring your friend requests :

At one point or another, maybe you wonder who has ignored your Friend request. To see which Friend requests are still pending, login your Facebook account and click the Friends icon at the top of the page. From there, select See All, and then, View Sent Requests.

If you wish to cancel the friend request, hover over “Friend Request Sent” and select Cancel Request.

Read also : Best Hacking E-Books Free Download In PDF 

5. Download your whole Facebook history :
When you consider how much of your life is shared on Facebook, it makes you wonder what else you can do with all of that information. The good news is there’s actually a way to archive everything you’ve ever shared on Facebook, including the things you’ve deleted.

To do this, open your Facebook Settings and click “Download a copy of your Facebook data.” There, you’ll see a button that says “Start My Archive.


Once you begin your archive, you’ll be asked to confirm your password. Another email will be sent once your download is complete. It will contain a link that will allow you to download a Zip file that contains the data from your Facebook history.

Now on you’ll be using Facebook like a pro in no time at all.


How to Create a SMTP Server on Your Computer


Before you delve into the process of creating an SMTP server for your small business, consider whether it requires a dedicated mail server for security, or if you can configure your messages to bounce off your ISP’s server instead. SMTPs allow inter office mailing and secure internal mail, and also provide secure external mail as long as they don’t need to use your ISP’s SMTP as a relay.

IIS SMTP Server Setup

Step 1: Open up the Control Panel and click “Programs,” or “Programs and Features” if you’re in the Classic view.

Step 2: Click “Turn Windows Features On or Off,” which is located in the left pane if you’re in Classic view. Click “Allow” if you get any security warnings.

Step 3: Expand “Internet Information Services” and make sure that the “SMTP Server” is installed. If not, check the box next to it and restart as necessary.

Step 4: Press the Windows key and “R” to open the Run menu. Type “inetmgr” and press “Enter” to open the IIS Manager.

Step 5: Right-click the “Default SMTP Virtual Server” and select “New,” then “Virtual Server.”

Step 6: Input your SMTP settings within the New Virtual Server Wizard to configure the server.

Step 7: Configure your email clients — like Outlook Express or Thunderbird — to use the new SMTP server. Email clients will route to your SMTP server, and your server will route that mail to external addresses.

HMail Server Setup

Step 1: Download hMail Server. Double-click the”hMailServer-(version)-(build).exe” file and follow the install dialogs.

Step 2: Choose between a compact MySQL (built-in) database and MySQL (or MSSQL, PostgreSQL, external) database and click “Next.” If you already have a database installed, you can choose to use it for the mail server or use the bundled compact MySQL that comes with hMailServer.

Step 3: Enter a master password for an administrator account. Remember this password to make future changes to your server.

Step 4: Finish the installation and start hMail Server, then click on the Administrator account and press “Connect.”

Step 5: Click the “Add Domain” button in the” hMailServer Administrator – [localhost]” window and type in your domain name, such as “” Click “Save.”

Step 6: Click the “Accounts” folder under your domain. Click the “Add…” button on the right and type in the account name. Set your password, then click “Save” to create the new account.

Step 7: Click on “Settings,” “Protocols,” then “SMTP” in the tree to the left and choose the “Delivery ofE-mail” tab. Type in your local host name, which should be something like “”

Step 8: Click on the box labeled “Remote Host Name” under “SMTP Relayer” and type in your relayer if you need one. To test this, press the Windows key and “R,” type “cmd” and press “Enter.” In the command line, type “telnet 25” and press “Enter” to see if port 25 is open. If the command line returns “Could not open connection to the host…” then check with your ISP about opening port 25, or find out the ports that your ISP usesfor SMTP (usually and enter that information into the SMTP Relayer. Otherwise, leave this area blank. Do not input”localhost” or “” as the SMTP Relayer.

Step 9: Open another command prompt or use the same one from before and type “nslookup -type=mx” then press “Enter.” A line like this should show up with the rest of the replies:”Non-authoritative answer: MX preference = 10, mail exchanger =” If you don’t see a line similar to the above, then contact your domain host and ask to set up an MX record for your domain.

Step 10: Set your IP ranges, anti-spam and anti-virus options, new accounts and other configuration settings as required.

Using Your ISP’s SMTP

Step 1: Check your ISP’s site for its SMTP information. Look for something similar to “” and any additional settings. Most ISPs give configuration instructions for common email clients, like Thunderbird and Outlook Express.

Step 2: Open your email program and go to your Account Settings or Settings. For example, in Thunderbird, click on “Tools,” then “Account Settings.”

Step 3: Find your SMTP or “Server Settings” and input the information from your ISP. In Thunderbird, this is the “Server Name” and “Port” under”Server Settings,” and “Outgoing Server (SMTP).”
Step 4: Click “OK” or “Apply” to save your changes.
Done. Enjoy 🙂


How To Remove All Your Google Web History


As most of you already know, Google keeps a tab on pretty much everything you do on a Google site, provided that you signed in on any one of these websites. Everything you do is recorded, and can be used against you in the future. Search data can reveal particularly sensitive information about you, such as facts about your location, interests, age, religious views, and so on. You can, however, choose to not be so vulnerable, and can remove all of your Google web history to protect yourself from an unforeseen eventuality.

In this post, I’ll show you how to remove your entire Google web history.

Before we begin, please note that any data you remove will be deleted permanently. Google keeps a lot of useful information that helps you find what you’re looking for faster. It gives you quick access to webpages you’ve visited in the past, and even lets you know in search results which pages you’ve visited, and when. This information can be useful if you’re a power user, and like to get things done quickly.


But if you still want, you can go ahead and erase your entire web history. You can also pick and choose individual items to remove, so that you won’t lose everything.

Delete your Google Web History
Follow these steps to partially or completely.

Step 1: Visit your Google History page at Alternatively, you can click the gear icon on the upper right corner of a search results page, and then go to Search history.

Step 2: Click on the gear icon again, and then go to Settings.


Step 3: Click on the delete all link. You’ll be prompted for a confirmation. Click on Delete all again, and your entire search history is gone!


Step 4 (optional): Click on the Turn off button on the Settings page to stop Google from storing your history again.

If you don’t want to delete your entire history, you can select individual items from the History main page, and delete them. This, by no means, implies that Google has nothing more to do with your data. They still keep some of your information on their servers for auditing and other such purposes. But at least your personal data is off the line now, and isn’t susceptible to leaking out into the wrong hands. 🙂


Top 6 Websites To Learn Computer Programming Languages


Ever wanted to learn computer programming languages, but didn’t know where to start? Well, those days are over. Today learning programming languages is not really a hard job. If you are a beginner and have aptitude to learn computer programming then you can accomplish this goal within a few months. Here are the top 6 websites, which are useful for learning programming.

If you are a beginner or intermediate programmer, then w3schools is an excellent website for learning programming. W3schools offer tutorials for a variety of web programming and scripting languages such as html, html5, css, asp, Ajax,JavaScript, php, jQuery etc. So, if you are into web development then w3schools would be a great learning resource.


If you want learn coding for making games, apps or websites using html/html5, css3, JavaScript python, but want an entertaining teaching resource. Then is ideal choice for you. was designed by keeping difficulty for beginners in mind. It provides a fun and interactive learning environment that is effective for all age groups. Even if you are an intermediate programmer, you might find some great learning stuff there.


Codeacademy is another great website, for learning languages like JavaScript, HTML/CSS, PHP, Python, and Ruby. You can even learn how to use some popular web APIs in your website or app.  Codeacademy has a great modern learning system,which is based on user interaction. It has full-fledged programming courses for beginners. Again, this website is great for beginners and intermediate learners. But advanced programmers can also find some pretty useful stuff there.


Tutorialspoint has tutorials for a lot of web, high level and scripting languages that are commonly used today. You can find tutorials for any computer language that you have ever heard of (those that are currently in used). Apart from that, it also features a variety of tutorials for other fields such as DIP, OS, SEO, Telecom, DBMS, and frameworks etc.  Some commonly used languages that you can learn there are: Java, C++, PHP, Python, Ruby, C#, Perl, VB.Net, ios.


Although, beginner programmers might find MSDN(Microsoft Developer Network) a tough learning resource, it is still the best resource you can get, if you want to master Microsoft oriented languages such as VB.Net, C# etc. MSDN has great tutorials for beginners, intermediate and advance programmers.


But as I stated earlier, beginners might not be initially comfortable with MDSN, as I has really a lot of resources that it would be a hard time for beginners to find what they are looking for. But if you get used to MSDN, then it is the ideal learning point for Microsoft oriented languages. You can get a lot of sample applications, tutorials and resources that are uploaded by Microsoft and MSDN community. Since it’s a developer’s network, you can even find development help from community members.

You might already know about Lynda offers easy to follow video tutorials. is an old and well established tutoring site, if you are looking for video tutorials to learn computer languages, then Lynda is your ideal choice. Apart from programming languages, Lynda also offers tutorials for a variety of other fields such as 3D modeling, CAD, Photography etc. is an old and well established tutoring site.


So the next time someone asks you about your computer skills, you know where to turn. I hope you will learn a lot from these websites. All the best 🙂