Monday 17 December 2012

Windows 8 Scanning and Repairing on Startup - During Every Restart

Windows 8 may give a great experiance, but it's also packed with few issues :P . I found few people reporting about Windows 8 is  "Scanning and Repairing (C) and is getting stuck at XY%". And from then every reboot takes it to  Scanning and Repairing ,which makes you irritated.

Solution for this is simple, First of all try to do a error check on C: drive through properties. If there are no errors being reported. then follow the instruction below,
  • Go to regedit
  •  navigate to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Session Manager
  • Change the BootExecute string to autocheck autochk /k:C *
Write to me, if you face the same issue, again.

Friday 14 December 2012

7 Useful Devices that Fit in Your Pocket


Although many of us consider our smartphones to be one of the most mobile tools in our collection, there are many still that go above what they can do. Until mankind builds a hand-held device that can literally do it all, we'll have to make do with the technologies that are supplied to us. There are many tools and gadgets that we can get that fit into our pockets for a variety of uses.

1. Pocket Projector - Have you ever needed to display a presentation to a client and wish you had a smaller projector that could fit into your tablet bag? Small projectors able to connect through mini HDMI ports can be connected to a tablet or laptop for presentations that can have up to a 50-inch viewable space. These LED projectors can be surprisingly strong for how small they are.



2. Oregon EB313HG Weather Forecaster - By using barometric pressure changes, this small device can forecast the weather while you're outdoors. This could be a great addition to your camping equipment to give you a warning of weather that could produce rain or snow within 24 hours. As this device doubles as an alarm clock, it is a great addition to any traveling equipment.



3. WiKi Spy Watch - Although this doesn't necessarily go into your pocket, it's still small enough to include in this list. The WiKi Spy Watch is a stylish silver analog watch that is equipped with a micro camera and microphone for covert audio and video recording. Adorning this piece of technology makes one feel like "M" is about to call them at any time to go on a mission.



4. Polaroid Touch Player - As MP3 players have evolved, so does the media in which they support. Polaroid makes a 4GB touch screen MP4 player that can play music and videos as well as record video clips and audio. A microSD card slot allows for additional storage and it's a great pocket sized device for the music playing shutter bug in your family.



5. USB Power Bar - There are millions of devices that are either powered by or charged with USB connections. You can get a USB power bar for all of your USB needs that fits in the palm of your hand. Whether you need to charge your phone or have gadgets that use USB power, one of these devices can come in quite handy.



6. Energizer Solar Charger - Akin to the USB power bar above, Energizer has created a solar powered charger for your mobile devices that can power your USB devices as well. This is another one of those tools that could come in handy while camping. In an emergency setting, this solar charger could mean the difference between calling for help and yelling really loud for help.



7. Pocket Microscope - Ever wondered what that little spot was on the table at the restaurant? With a 60x magnifying microscope you could be more enlightened as to what you're eating off of. Although you may want to consider some of the items you view through this pocket microscope, you could have the option to do so.



At the risk of seeming like Batman, you can have a wide range of tools fit into your pockets for various applications. While you don't need to adorn the hood and cowl, collecting gadgets could give you functionality in your daily life depending on the task you need completed. Like a Boy Scout, it's always better to be prepared than to be without.

About the Author:

This guest post is contributed by Debra Johnson, blogger and editor of www.liveinnanny.com. She welcomes your comments at her email Id: - jdebra84@gmail.com.

Friday 20 January 2012

Apple iBook ,A Next Generation in Learning

There are Millions of Apps available at the market, but now the new one is released for targetting the learning peers.People say that this will make the market hotter for the innovation. Because if learning comes in the way of fun, no one will hate learning. The news is that few schools have decided to promote this :) It's working with the Apple's iCloud technology

                                    Start with the bookshelf. With a tap, it flips around to reveal the iBookstore, where you’ll find over 700,000 books and counting — many of them free. View what’s featured on the iBookstore and the New York Times best-seller lists, or browse by title, author, or genre. Find a book you like and tap to see more details, peruse reviews, even read a free sample. With iCloud, you can have the new books you buy on your iPad automatically download to your iPhone and iPod touch, too. So they appear on your bookshelf, everywhere you want them.

To read more on this please follow this link http://www.apple.com/ipad/built-in-apps/ibooks.html