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How to run Multiple Instances of GTalk?

Have you ever felt the need to run multiple instances of GTalk? Personally, I do. One has my personal friends list and the other one professional. Follow the steps to run two instances of GTalk client simultaneously: Locate the existing GTalk shortcut or icon (It should be on your desktop or start menu or quick menu). Once located, right click […]

     
 
 

Airtel Broadband Hack – Increase your Speed by 1000%

POST EDITED: Thanks to Shreevardhan, I have decided to remove this post as it encourages hacking. Personally I am fine with minor hacks which doesn’t harm anyone but this post was encouraging stealing of usernames. Extremely sorry for publishing it in first place and thanks to Shreevardhan and others for alerting me.

     
 
 

GMail Account Hacking Tool

GMail Account Hacking Tool

Just a month back I had posted on how the security is compromised in GMail and how to make GMail more secure. If you haven’t done that yet, do it right away. A tool that automatically steals IDs of non-encrypted sessions and breaks into Google Mail accounts has been presented at the Defcon hackers’ conference in Las Vegas. Users who […]

     
 
 

Play Sony PlayStation 2 Games on your PC

Simon from MakeUseOf.com has published a nice tutorial on How to play Sony PS2 games on your PC. Click the link below and follow the step-by-step procedure to emulate Playstation 2 games to play on your Personal Computer. How to play Sony PS2 Games on your PC – Read Here Warning: Many of you will not be able to run […]

     
 
 

How to Know which Websites are Sharing a Server

If one site uses too many resources or a bad piece of code, it can crash the server taking down every site with it which in some cases can be thousands of websites. Wouldn’t it be useful if you could see what other kind of sites were on the same server as you? You Get Signal has just the tool […]

     
 
 

Send Anonymous Emails with Note2Email

Note2Email is a very simple web service that allows you to send quick notes to any email address you want. You don’t need to sign up for any user names. You can simple write down and send! You can also use this service to send emails anonymously to anyone and on any email address you want. When you send a […]

     
 
 

How to Resize the Images using CSS without losing the Aspect Ratio?

How to Resize the Images using CSS without losing the Aspect Ratio?

Yesterday, if you have noticed, my blog was down for few hours. This was because I had problems with my WordPress theme with sidebars getting messed up and found it hard to fix it up. I finally managed to debug this issue and found out it was all due to image over-sizing in my latest post. I googled a lot […]

     
 
 

Check if your PC can play That Game

Check if your PC can play That Game

More often than not, I buy a game and later on find that my computer can not play that due to some problem. The shops obviously wont allow us to test those games before buying it but this tool definitely can tell us by running a small test on our computer. This tells at the end if our computer¬† is […]

     
 
 

Track all Recent Activity on your Gmail Account

Track all Recent Activity on your Gmail Account

Google has recently added a new security feature to Gmail which lets users track their recent sessions and also allows them to sign out remotely. Technically speaking, this new layer of information will let Gmail users track all recent activity on their Gmail account which indeed is an excellent new security measure. A new line in footer now tells you […]