Now you can spy on anyone using your cell phone.
Hide your cell phone in a room, like under the table or somewhere, and then enjoy listening the conversation in that room!
Just do the following:
- If you have earphones:
Keep your earphones connected to mobileIf you don’t have earphones:
To check IMEI (International Mobile Equipment Identity) of any mobile,
On the main screen type *#06#
Information you get from the IMEI
Continue reading “Your mobile IMEI number”
Google is a search engine, not a human. It works by matching the keywords entered by you in it’s search box, to the content of pages it has in its memory.
The most relevant pages are shown in an increasing order of relevance in Google’s search results. Following tips will help you search better:
1. Search a Phrase:
Doubtful about your friend being offline on yahoo messenger? Now you can find out if your friend is really offline or invisible
- Open yahoo messenger & double click on the name of the person whom you want to check. The chat window will open.
- Click ‘IMVironment’ button, select ‘See all IMVironments’
- Select Yahoo! Tools or Interactive Fun, and click on Doodle.
- After loading the Doodle environment there can be two possibilities
a.If the user is offline Doodle will show this “waiting for your
friend to load Doodle” continuously. See in the picture below:
b. If the user is online (but in invisible mode), after few seconds (it can take up to one
minute, depending upon your connection speed), you should get a blank page like in the picture below. So you know that the user is online.
Windows reserves 20% of your available bandwidth for their own purposes, like Windows Updates and interrogating your PC, etc.
You can get it back. Just follow the steps below to enjoy more internet speed:
- Click Start>Run and type “gpedit.msc” without quotes. This opens the group policy editor.
- Then go to Local Computer Policy
- Choose Computer Configuration
- Then go to Administrative Templates>Network
- Now head to QOS Packet Scheduler>Limit Reservable Bandwidth.
- Now Double click on Limit Reservable bandwidth
- It will say it is not configured, but if you look under the ‘Explain‘ tab, you will find, ” By default, the Packet Scheduler limits the system to 20 percent of the bandwidth of a connection, but you can use this setting to override the default.”
- So the trick is to ENABLE reserved bandwidth, then set it to ZERO.
This will allow the system to reserve nothing, rather than the default 20%.
Enjoy faster speed!