Saturday, June 30, 2012

The Ultimate Guide To Password Recovery And Management

After years of consulting on the matter of password recovery, I’ve decided to make an ebook that concentrates all the experience I’ve gathered on this topic, that have helped hundreds of people around the globe the last 2 years.

The ultimate guide to password recovery and management provides many methods to recover passwords from windows accounts and also windows programs, such as microsoft office and instant messengers, and also websites.
Now, recovering a password is one thing, but the best is for you to not even lose it, so I’m also going to show you how to manage them effectively.

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Friday, June 29, 2012

How to Accelerate Internet Speed

Data transmission rates, or internet speeds, vary depending on the type of Internet connection you use. Dial-up internet offers the slowest speed, with transmission of data ranging from 2400 bps (bits per second) to 56 Kbps. Digital Subscriber Line, known as DSL, and cable internet provide faster download speeds, up to 7.1 Mbps for DSL and 16 Mbps for cable. The performance and capabilities of your hardware affect the speed and may contribute to less than optimal internet performance. There are several simple steps you can take to improve your network connection.


  • 1
    Delete temporary internet files and uninstall any unused programs to free up space on the hard drive.

  • 2
    Close out any programs that are not currently being used. Too many tasks running at once may slow your computer's responsiveness, especially images, videos and downloads.

  • 3
    Open Tools menu from your Internet Explorer toolbar and select Internet Options. Go to the Advanced tab and uncheck the boxes next to "Play animation in webpages" and "Play sounds in webpages". This will prevent large files from loading automatically when opening a new webpage.

  • 4
    Perform basic system maintenance by running a disk clean-up and a disk defragmentation, and set Internet Explorer to operate with no add-ons. You can access these utilities by opening the Start menu and selecting All Programs, then Accessories.

  • 5
    Open the Control Panel and select System, then Performance from the task menu. A rating of your system's performance is provided on the main page. Choose Adjust Visual Effects from the task menu and select "adjust for best performance" under the Visual Effects tab.

  • 6
    Improve your wireless signal by moving the router closer to your computer. Avoid placement near walls and metal surfaces, which may prevent the signal from reaching your computer.

  • Go to to perform an internet speed test, which measures the download and upload speeds of your current internet connection. The test should be repeated several times to acquire an overall average result.

  • 8
    Compare the results of the speed test to the expected speed of your modem and Internet service. If you are not achieving the expected Internet speed, you may want to consider upgrading the bandwidth of your service or opting for a different type of connection.

  • 9
    Run a diagnostic test to ensure your network devices are working properly. Open the Control Panel, select Network and Sharing Center and click "Diagnose and Repair" from menu. Devices may require repair, replacement or driver updates.


    Wednesday, June 27, 2012

    iPhone desk stand

    iPhone desk stand

    Don’t know what to do with your iPhone box after you have opened it? Re-use your iPhone box and Makedo's reusable pins and clips available at to make this simple iphone stand for your desk. If not an iPhone be creative and find any unwanted phone box.

    If you’re a real techie, create other stands and give everything else it’s place too - never lose any of your gadgets again. Try one for your iPad, tablet, remote controls or Wii console.

    Step 1Find

    Find the lid of your iPhone box, alternative boxes of a similar size can be used for this project.

    Step 2Cut

    Begin by cutting down the corners of the box.

    Step 3Cut

    Cut along the lines as shown in the image.

    Step 4Score

    Using the Makedo safe-saw score as shown in the image. Fold the scored lines and bring the side flaps of the box together.

    Step 5Punch

    Use the Makedo safe-saw and punch 3 holes on the center of either side of the side flaps. Punch a hole on the two triangular folds on the bottom.

    Step 6Connect

    Connect the side of the box using a Makedo hinge and Makedo pins and clips shown in the image.

    Step 7Complete

    Trim off the excess cardboard on the bottom to follow the direction of the triangle.

    Monday, June 25, 2012

    Potato Battery Driven LED

    Potato Battery Driven LED
    So, if you looked at my profile you would see that I like physics.  When the challenge for “Potatoes” I just knew that I need to do a project that highlighted the lowly “Potato Battery”.  So here is how to make a Potato Battery and have it light an LED light.

    Step 1

    Galvanized nails
    Shinny copper pennies
    Wires with alligator clips on each end (2+ per battery)
    LED bulb
    Multi meter
    Cutting board

    Step 2

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    A battery is a way to store electrical energy.  For a battery to work it needs to have 3 things, two electrodes (metals, one + and one -) and electrolytes (minerals).  The batteries we are going to make today uses the electrodes of copper (pennies, anodes, +) and zinc (galvanized nails, cathode, -) and the electrolyte of K (Potassium) that is found in potatoes.

    Step 3

    Take a potato

    Step 4

    and cut it in half. This will make 2 batteries.  Potatoes are juicy, which is part of the reason they can be made into batteries.

    Step 5

    Take a knife and put a slit in the potato and slip the penny into the slit.  Push as much of the penny into the slit as possible, you want just a little bit sticking out of the potato.  Push the nail most of the way into the potato,(at this point I cut the nails in half, so that they weren't so tall).  Do not let the electrodes touch, keeping them about 1 inch apart.

    Step 6

    Turn on the Multimeter and put it at the lowest voltage reading.  Make sure the red probe is in the + slot and the black probe is in the – slot.

    Step 7

    Use the red line to touch the penny in the potato and the black line to touch the nail.  You can read how much voltage you have available in this potato battery.  It reads .85 volts, not bad but not enough to do anything fun.

    Step 8

    To increase the voltage, you will need to create more potato batteries and wire them in a series (that means to connect the + electrode of one battery to the – electrode of the next battery).  So I created 3 more batteries from 3 more potato halves. 

    Step 9

    Then I used the alligator clips connected to wires and wired first 2 potatoes together,

    Step 10

    this time the voltage read 1.69 volts.

    Step 11

    Let's take a minute and look at the LED light.   It has one long leg and one shorter leg.  The longer leg is the anode (+)  and the shorter leg is the cathode (-).  I clipped the batteries to the LED light (+ to+ and - to-), no light, therefore, not enough voltage.

    Step 12

    I wired all four batteries together in series, and found what the total voltage is of the 4 batteries was 2.38 volts and I again wired in the LED light, again no light.

    Step 13

    Finally I wired six batteries in series and it had a 4.08 volt reading. 

    Step 14

    This time the light lit up!  Hurray!   Potatoes can be used as batteries.

    Step 15

    Have fun playing with your new batteries, maybe you would like to experiment with increasing current by wiring the potato batteries in parallel as well as series.  Good luck and Enjoy!

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