WhatsApp in PC/Laptop

A question most of them had, if its possible? how does it work? You really need a smart phone for that one. and the whole debate just keep continuing with the smart and not so smart people (No offense).

To all the questions and thoughts, yes WhatsApp can be run in PC/Laptop
And yes I use it on my laptop 🙂

So how do we do it? Simple as buttering the bread 😛
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Keyboard Shortcuts for Windows

Some time back I did share Symbols by Keyboard Keys which helped a lot in creating symbols ideally while chatting or mailing, let me now share you some more tips, how to ease your life, when your mouse stops working!  A few keyboard shortcuts what will surely ease your work!Windows system key combinations
F1: Help
CTRL+ESC: Open Start menu
ALT+TAB: Switch between open programs
ALT+F4: Quit program
SHIFT+DELETE: Delete item permanently
Windows Logo+L: Lock the computer (without using CTRL+ALT+DELETE)
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Clipboard Hack Ctrl+C

Clipboard Hack Problem – Shocking news about CTRL+C

-Zazzle.com

Ctrl+C may be the most important work we do everyday. But it’s not a very safe thing to do. Read on to know why. What happens when you press Ctrl+C while you are online. We do copy various data by Ctrl + C for pasting elsewhere. This copied data is stored in clipboard and is accessible from the net by a combination of Javascripts and ASP. This is called clipboard hack problem.

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Windows 8 Developer Preview version is here

Microsoft is on the roll, Windows 7 released on October 22, 2009 and now Windows 8, thought Microsoft has not publicized their official date, word is, it will be out in the Fall 2012.Let me amaze you with some screen shots in the beginning.

After the release of Windows 7 which didn’t make much fame with tablets, this release of their is aimed for PC’s and tablets. I have got some features (maybe rumored) so that you know what you can expect for,
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Small Conversation

He opened his case and took out the laptop, determined to put the time to some good use.

“Are you from the software industry sir,”

the man beside him was staring appreciatively at the laptop. Vivek glanced briefly and mumbled in affirmation, handling the laptop now with exaggerated care and importance as if it were an expensive car.

“You people have brought so much advancement to the country, Sir. Today everything is getting computerized. “

“Thanks,”

smiled Vivek, turning around to give the man a look. He always found it difficult to resist appreciation. The man was young and stockily built like a sportsman. He looked simple and strangely out of place in that little lap of luxury like a small town boy in a prep school. He probably was a railway sportsman making the most of his free traveling pass.
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CSS pseudo:hover Class Fix

To all the people people who keep playing around with CSS, you might be or might not be familiar with the “pseudo:hover” class.

What it does?
Pseudo:hover class is commonly used to display content to a user, based on interaction of the user with elements on a website or webpage. More like, the user hovers a link, where then a drop down (menu) or set of other links or content is displayed for the user. So now you got the clear cut idea of whats “:hover” class is more likely used for.

#div .parent, a, img {regular state}
#div .parent:hover, a:hover, img:hover {alternative state}

It works fine in all the browsers, Chrome, Safari, Mozilla Firefox, and also in IE 9, 8, 7. The problem arises when we come to our dead browser IE 6, and you know what www.w3cschool.com states that 3.2% of all internet users are still browsing with IE6 and below. Now when it comes to developers and clients who persist on this, no matter how many new generation browsers we have, the client just wants a fix. And to your good news, there is a fix for this issue.
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