It is often seen that many people want to secure their data from
other users or their friends. For this purpose they use different
methods to hide their data but all these tricks are not reliable. BUT
now I am telling you a secure method to hide full drive. You can put
all your data in a drive and after applying this trick you will be able to
hide full drive. To learn this trick, follow these steps.
First of all logged into administrative account.
Click on start, open run and type “CMD” and press enter.
Type “diskpart” and press enter.
After few seconds diskpart utility will appear.
Now type “list volume” to show list of volume and press enter.
Select the Drive or volume that you want to hide. If you have four
drives C,D,E,F, and you want to hid “D” drive, then type “select
volume 1 ” and press enter.
Now in the next step type "remove letter D " to hide this drive.
Close CMD and open My computer to check…drive D is not there…
Now if you want to show the hidden drive then in step 7 type
“assign drive d ” and check “My computer”. Drive is back now.
Excellent trick, try it now.
Friday, 14 March 2014
In this post I will tell you about installation of win XP in minimum
time period. Normally when someone tries to install windows XP on
computer, it takes around 30-40 min to complete entire setup. It is
too much time to install windows setup. I will tell you a method to
install windows more faster. It will take approximately 15 minutes to
complete windows installation. So to install win XP in short time
please follow these steps.
Power on your computer and start with bootable windows XP cd
In first step window will load installation files.
Select any drive ( C: ) for installation.
Select NTFS to format the partition.
Setup will copy files on this drive and it will try to restart PC.
After restarting when you see Xp logo, press (Shift+F10).
It will open (CMD) prompt.
In CMD prompt type (Taskmgr)
It will open task manager. Now go to “process” tab and find “Setup
exe” Right click on setup.exe and select “Set priority”
You will see a submenu. Here priority will be normal. Select priority to
(High) or above (Normal) .
This will complete installation process much faster than the normal
Tuesday, 11 March 2014
Companies breathe fresh life into
optical discs by announcing a new
standard for an "Archival Disc",
designed as a cheap and robust way
to store up to a terabyte of data
The optical disc will live on in the new
Archival Disc Photo: Peter Payne
By Matthew Sparkes
5:11PM GMT 10 Mar 2014
With MP3 downloads and online film
streaming it sometimes seems that the
optical disc is all but obsolete, despite
relatively niche adoption of Blu-ray. But
today Sony and Panasonic announced a
new standard for an "Archival Disc"
designed as a cheap and robust way to
store up to a terabyte of data.
The new standard
is resistant to
particles and water damage. The read-
only discs will also be extremely cheap
compared to a comparably reliable hard
disk solution of the same storage
Both companies intend to launch discs
and drives capable of storing 300GB in
summer next year, with 500GB and 1TB
discs coming later in the roadmap.
Earlier this year Facebook announced that
it was working on storage systems
involving huge cabinets full of Blu-ray
drives to store data in the event of
disasters at its more conventional storage
centres. Each disc was to be certified for
50 years of safe data storage. A robotic
arm would be able to grab certain discs
and place them on a tray where they
would be readable.
Facebook executive Jay Parikh pointed out
that each cabinet could hold a petabyte
of data, and that seven such boxes would
be capable of storing a digital copy of
every film ever made.
What is a Proxy ? In a few words, a trick
to surf on the web hiding your real ip
address. In this way, you can visit any
site with another identity. Technically, a
proxy server is a server that acts as an
intermediary for requests from clients
seeking resources from other servers. A
client connects to the proxy server,
requesting some service, such as a file,
connection, web page, or other resource
available from a different server. The
proxy server evaluates the request as a
way to simplify and control their
complexity. Today, most proxies are web
proxies, facilitating access to content on
the World Wide Web. A proxy server
allows users to conceal their IP address
while browsing the Web. ( From
Sunday, 23 February 2014
A USB flash drive is a data storage device that includes flash memory with an integrated Universal Serial Bus (USB) interface. USB flash drives are typically removable and rewritable, and physically much smaller than an optical disc.RAMRandom-Access Memory is a form of computer data storage. A random-access device allows stored data to be accessed directly in any random order. In contrast, other data storage media such as hard disks, CDs, DVDs and magnetic tape, as well as early primary memory types such as drum memory, read and write data onlyin a predetermined order, consecutively, because of mechanical design limitations. Therefore, the time to access a given data location varies significantly depending on its physical location.Using Pendrive asRAM of computer , will help in increasing the performance of the computer. Here you have to use a USB pendrive or flashdrive, which can be used as RAM of your computer.How to use USB pen drive as RAM in Windows XP -1. First connect your pen drive to computer.Note that pen drive should be at least of 1GB.2. Now right click on the my computer and then click properties.3. Click on Advanced Tab and then Performance.4. Now click on Advanced and then click onVirtual Memory.5. Select your pen drive icon and click Custom size.6. Now view the memory available in your pen drive and note it down then click on OK.7.Restart your computerand enjoy your fast system.How to use USB pen drive as RAM in Windows Vista and Windows 7-1. Insert your pen drive andFormat it.2. Right click on your pen drive and click onProperties.3. Now click on Ready boost tab and then Use this device.4. Choose maximum space to reserve system speed then click on OK and Apply.