Friday, June 23, 2017

Some Useful Tips For You...

You Can Search Google Timer In Google For A Timer With Alarm


In Your PC Just Create A Folder With The Name Given Below And Access Everything


Do You Know You Can Play Mp3, Movie Directly On Chrome Browser, Just Drag Files In Chrome Window


Delete Your Account Permanently From Famous Websites


Lost Your Android Phone? You Can Ring Your Phone Even If It Is In Silent Mode, Erase Data, Or Lock Your Smartphone Remotely Using Android Device Manager.

Just Search Find My Phone In Google To Locate Your Phone Instantly

To Share Your Wi-Fi Access With Your Friends Coming To Your House : Generate A QR Code With The Access Details. Print It And Stick It On The Wall.


YouTube Hotkeys

  • To pause a video: Press K.
  • To skip 10 seconds back and forward: Press J and L respectively.

When Visiting Any Video On Youtube Replace Youtube With Following Things Given In Video Url To See The Magic

  1.  Just Replace “youtube” with “listentoyoutube” in the URL and paste it in your address bar to download the audio of the video.
    Just Replace “youtube” with “ssyoutube” in the URL and paste it in your address bar  to download the video in any quality available.
  2. Just Replace “youtube” with “nsfwyoutube” and paste it in your address bar  to bypass age restriction.
  3. Just Replace “youtube” with “youtubeskip” in the URL  and paste it in your address bar and you won’t see ads.
  4. Just Replace “youtube” with “listenonrepeat” in the URL  and paste it in your address bar to repeat the video automatically .
  5. Just Replace “youtube” with “gifyoutube” in the URL  and paste it in your address bar to convert video into gif format .

Thursday, June 22, 2017

Amazing Notepad Tricks for your Computer

Create fake Windows error with Notepad:

This is one of coolest trick of Notepad, which I think everyone should try once to prank with friends without any problem. To, create fake message by notepad, Follow this procedure :
  1. Open Notepad.
  2. Type X=Msgbox(“Put your Message Here”,0+16,”Put Title Here”)
  3. Replace Put your message here and Put title here with your keywords.
  4. Save, this file as error.vbs.
amzing notepad trick

Force CD Drive to Pop out continually:

  • Open Notepad, and Paste this line :
Set oWMP = CreateObject(“WMPlayer.OCX.7″)
Set colCDROMs = oWMP.cdromCollection
if colCDROMs.Count >= 1 then
For i = 0 to colCDROMs.Count – 1
For i = 0 to colCDROMs.Count – 1
End If
wscript.sleep 5000
  • Save this file as “DreamyTricks.VBS
  • Now, When You will open this file, CD Drive will pop out.

Create Diary in Notepad:

This amazing Notepad trick will allow you to Create a diary Entry in Notepad. I mean, Whenever you will publish any post, It will automatically use Time and Date Stamp. Isn’t it Cool? So, Follow these steps to create Diary in Notepad:
  • First, of all you have to open Notepad trick, as Its a notepad trick 😉
  • Type “.LOG”.
  • Save file as Log.txt.
  • Now, whenever you will write any thing in this file, It will simply put Date and Time Stamp.
create diary using notepad

Open Notepad in your friend’s computer continuously:

Type in Notepad :
@ECHO off
START %SystemRoot%system32notepad.exe
GOTO top
Save it with Filename – DreamyTricks.bat and Send it to your friend.

Make your Keyboard LED to dance:

The LED lights of any Keyboard (Caps Lock Key, Num Lock Key and Scroll Lock). You can force them to dance using this trick. It is one of cool notepad tricks which you must try to have fun.
  • Open Notepad.
  • Paste this code in Notepad :
Set wshShell =wscript.CreateObject(“WScript.Shell”)
wscript.sleep 100
wshshell.sendkeys “{CAPSLOCK}”
wshshell.sendkeys “{NUMLOCK}”
wshshell.sendkeys “{SCROLLLOCK}”
  • Save this File as DreamyTricks.vbs.
  • Now, whenever you will click this File, your LED light will simply dance.
notepad tricks

Test your Antivirus using Notepad:

This is amazing Notepad trick to test antivirus program. Just Follow this method :
  • Open, Notepad and Paste this code :
  • Save this File as DreamyTricks.exe.
  • Now, if your antivirus is working perfectly, than your Antivirus will force you to delete it.
  • If, nothing happens than Just tighten your paints to buy New Antivirus Program.

Add Matrix effect using Notepad:

To, use this Notepad trick, Follow this method:
  • Open Notepad, Paste the following code in Notepad:
@echo off
color 02
echo %random% %random% %random% %random% %random% %random% %random% %random% %random% %random%
goto start
Save, file as DreamyTricks.bat.
matrix effect

Repeat messages on Screen Continuously:

  • Open your notepad and Paste following code:
@ECHO off
msg * Hi
msg * Are you having fun?
msg * I am!
msg * Lets have fun together!
msg * Because you have been o-w-n-e-d
Save the file as DreamyTricks.bat

Type “You are a fool” Continuously:

To, use this Cool Notepad trick, Simply follow below steps :
Set wshShell = wscript.CreateObject(“WScript.Shell”)
wscript.sleep 100
wshshell.sendkeys “You are a fool.”
Save, File as Dreamytricks.vbs and your are done.
Convert Text to Audio easily.

Force Windows to Shut Down :

This notepad trick, will let your PC shut down your Computer in a single click. SO, If you want to Turn Off your Computer in one click, than follow this method :
  • Open Notepad.
  • Paste @echo off in next line.
  • Paste * Shutdown computer in next line.
  • Paste shutdown -c “Sleep Tight” -s in next line.
  • Save the file as D.bat extension and you are done.
Now, whenever you want to shut down your Windows, just open this file, your PC will shut down automatically.

Trick to Create Password Protected Folder using Notepad :

Now, you dont need to Download Folder Lock folder,as you can create same using Notepad. Isn’t it amazingNotepad Trick.So, follow below method to create password protected folder.
  • Open Notepad and Paste following code :
title Folder Private
if EXIST “Control Panel.{21EC2020-3AEA-1069-A2DD-08002B30309D}” goto UNLOCK
if NOT EXIST Private goto MDLOCKER
echo Are you sure you want to lock the folder(Y/N)
set/p “cho=>”
if %cho%==Y goto LOCK
if %cho%==y goto LOCK
if %cho%==n goto END
if %cho%==N goto END
echo Invalid choice.
ren Private “Control Panel.{21EC2020-3AEA-1069-A2DD-08002B30309D}”
attrib +h +s “Control Panel.{21EC2020-3AEA-1069-A2DD-08002B30309D}”
echo Folder locked
goto End
echo Enter password to unlock folder
set/p “pass=>”
if NOT %pass%== goto FAIL
attrib -h -s “Control Panel.{21EC2020-3AEA-1069-A2DD-08002B30309D}”
ren “Control Panel.{21EC2020-3AEA-1069-A2DD-08002B30309D}” Private
echo Folder Unlocked successfully
goto End
echo Invalid password
goto end
md Private
echo Private created successfully
goto End
  •, which is written in red text is password.
  • Save file as private.bat.
  • Now, whenever you will create private.bat a Private folder will get created.
  • Paste those files which you want to lock in that folder.
  • Now, No One will be able to open the file without password.
folder lock by notepad

Friday, January 13, 2017

Let This Bond Last For Ever...

Friends 4Ever

A literature class was going on when a student says, “But Ma’am, how can they fight when they were the best of friends?”, while five rows behind, the two seatmates murmur and giggle among themselves, “there she goes again”.
The teacher says, “It happens, dear. Now tell me, how many of you would still be friends, 5 years down the lane?” “You might say a yes now, but you won’t be, people drift away with time”.
The two backbenchers looked at each other and winked making the same unsaid promise “we will be, no matter what”.
Misunderstandings, personal grudges, heartbreaks, lost conversations and 3 years dissolved that promise like salt in water.
One day, one of the duo uploads on social media: “ we promised to not let go, but now you are just somebody that I used to know”.
Suddenly, minutes later, the phone rings.
On the other side of the phone, a voice says, “you know you don’t have to be so dramatic, just call me up”, “I miss you too.”

Taking Care
“I told you to pack your things according to travel list”
He scolded her with a low but hard voice.
She said sorry yaar..with a sad face.
“I just forget a blanket.” she said while making the little cat face.
“Then sleep without blanket tonight, in this chilling weather.” He said with his taunting voice.
In the night after she dozed off, he silently put his blanket over her.

Having Best Friend
Two good friends had a quarrel one day, and one of them slapped another. The man felt pain, but said nothing and wrote on the sand: “Today my best friend slapped me.”
Two friends continued walking and found an oasis. They decided to swim in a wellspring and suddenly the one who was slapped, started to sink, but his friend saved him.
When he regained consciousness, he wrote on the stone: “Today my best friend saved my life.”
The other friend, who slapped and saved his friend’s life, asked him:
– When I hurt you, you wrote on the sand and now you are writing on the stone. Why?
His friend said:
– When someone hurts us, we should write it on the sand, so that the wind could erase it. But when someone does something good for us, we must engrave it on the stone, so that the wind could not erase it.
A Real Friend
A simple friend, when visiting, acts like a guest. A real friend opens your refrigerator and helps himself.
A simple friend has never seen you cry. A real friend has shoulders soggy from your tears.
A simple friend doesn't know your parents' first names. A real friend has their phone numbers in his address book.
A simple friend brings a bottle of wine to your party. A real friend comes early to help you cook and stays late to help you clean.
A simple friend hates it when you call after he has gone to bed. A real friend asks you why you took so long to call.
A simple friend seeks to talk with you about your problems. A real friend seeks to help you with your problems.
A simple friend wonders about your romantic history. A real friend could blackmail you with it.
A simple friend thinks the friendship is over when you have an argument. A real friend calls you after you had a fight.
A simple friend expects you to always be there for them. A real friend expects to always be there for you!

Wednesday, January 4, 2017

Free Resume Builder For An Effective Resume

Free resume builders are useful tools that help you assemble your work history and experience into a well-organized resume with ease. A good resume builder enables you to create a resume that fits the job you’re going for and highlight the best aspects of your professional profile.
In this article, we will take a look at 10 most popular free resume builders that you can use online (But some include premium features). We will look at the pros and cons each one brings to the table, and whether or not they are worth considering for your next resume.

Top 10 Free Resume Builder Reviews


SlashCV boasts itself as a simple, easy-to-use resume maker, and it certainly lives up to its reputation. You don’t need to sign up or even submit your email to start building your resume, and even generate a clean PDF.
Signing up with your email address and a password gives you access to a number of additional features, including the ability to select from a handful of nice-looking resume style templates, save and edit your resume. You can also link your Dropbox account and save directly to it for easy sharing.
The text editor included in the interface is as basic as it gets. You can bold text and set up either ordered (numbered) or unordered lists. You can’t set up multiple columns for things like a skill list, so long lists look awkward.

  • Clean user interface
  • No signup required
  • Free to use
  • Elegant resume design options (when you sign in)
  • Ability to save and edit your resume
  • Save to Dropbox
  • Basic text editing features
  • Limited File Export Options


Resumonk is another excellent resume builder, though its interface is considerably more cluttered than SlashCV’s, pushing the $19 premium account plan that gives you access to a number of additional features such as multiple resumes, additional file export formats, and cover letters.
What you do get for free is no slouch. You receive public hosting for your resume, a host of unique and pleasant designs, plenty of text formatting options in the editor, and more.
During my initial testing of the site, I came across a pretty annoying bug that duplicated work experience items every time you clicked on the Experience tab. This occurred whether you saved or not, and takes manually deleting the duplicates to correct*. Overall, Resumonk had a full feature set and plenty to be happy about, if you don’t mind a bug here or there.
*this bug has been fixed! 

  • Plenty of free features
  • Straightforward pricing for premium accounts
  • Free resume hosting
  • Useful text editing tools
  • Beautiful resume design templates
  • Quality end result
  • Slight bugs
  • Cluttered experience
  • Branding on footer of free account resumes


VisualCV is among the cleanest and most user friendly options in this list. It allows for LinkedIn and existing resume file import, has free hosting for your resume as well as a personally branded hosting option for premium members, and more.
VisualCV pushes its premium option pretty strongly, and you are given two clean, yet limited designs to choose from if you don’t update to a paid account.
The editor is very good. You don’t get a lot of text editing tools, but you do get the ability to click and add text directly on your template instead of in bland text boxes, giving you the ability to see exactly what your PDF export will look like in real time.

  • LinkedIn login
  • Existing resume import
  • Clean user design
  • Premium option to have someone build your resume for you
  • Industry-specific resume examples
  • VisualCV branding for free accounts
  • Limited free design options

CV Maker

CV Maker is a simple, free solution for building resumes. For free, you can do quite a lot. You can save your resume and make it accessible by an individual link, export your resume in PDF, HTML, and TXT file formats, and more.
Like many of the resume makers on this list, the preview you see prior to exporting your resume is very limited. There are a handful of design options to choose from, and all of them are clean yet admittedly drab designs.
Creating a resume using this tool took just a few minutes without any sign up required.

  • PDF, HTML, and TXT download options
  • Simple user interface
  • No signup required
  • Free hosting
  • Plenty of text editing options
  • No real design preview
  • Limited included section templates

My Perfect Resume

This site has some really cool tools for creating a resume, but there was a significantly troubling drawback to using it.
First, it was packed with preset content that enables you to just click qualifications, skills, and work experience bullet points from a list in addition to typing your own. This was really well done, and easy to follow.
As I worked my way through the site, however, I received a warning from the Chrome browser that the site has been reported for having suspicious activity. Ignoring this warning and continuing, the rest of the initial resume building process went smoothly.
Once the resume was built, I elected to download it in PDF format (there were several export options to choose from). Not only did the file not download, but the status bar of the browser indicated that something was uploading from the browser.
Then, I was taken to a page where I was asked to select a paid plan in order to download the resume. Despite being “free” to try, My Perfect Resume turned out to be anything but.
Further review of My Perfect Resume revealed that customers are reporting scams and other seedy activity from the service such as being overcharged, auto-renewed after cancellation, and more.

  • Preset content that you can add to your resume with a click
  • Simple, step-by-step instruction
  • Useful tips and helpful guides for better resume writing.
  • Google Chrome reports the site as deceptive and/or malicious.
  • PDF export resulted in something being uploaded and nothing downloading
  • Required to pay to actually receive the resume you created


ResumUP as a service is packed with options. You can create anything from Applicant Tracking System (ATS) ready resumes to dynamic infographic resumes, and more.
If you’re sticking to the free service, you are pretty much stuck with the ATS ready resume template, which is about as plain and unpleasant to read as they get.
You can, however, see your resume using any of the many premium templates to get a feel for how well it works.
Speaking of the premium templates, when you create a new resume and select a template to work with, the selection page is a bit too stylized, so the template selections look like a mishmash of ads rather than an organized list.
At the time this review was done, in mid January, the site still had a Black Friday deal up reducing the price of admission by up to 85%.

  • Clean user interface
  • Advanced templates including social and infographics
  • Low price for premium options
  • ATS ready resume export
  • Premium account required for stylized resume
  • Confusing template selection page


ResumeBucket is another resume builder that features pre-written skills and work experience inserts for a variety of employment types. In many ways, it operates a lot like My Perfect Resume which we discussed before.
The pricing table that appears if you try to export your resume in any format not supported by the free version even looks the same.
However, there are some notable differences. The user interface is a bit outdated, but still very easy to use. You get a lot less handholding with this builder compared to some of the others in the list, but the prewritten bits and pieces you can click to add are a useful touch.
The only export option for free accounts appears to be an ATS-friendly text file, which is a bit of a head-scratcher given how basic the premium templates actually are.

  • Prewritten content to help you add information to your resume
  • Simple user experience
  • Text only export for free accounts
  • Dated user interface
  • Bland premium template design


LiveCareer and ResumeBucket have the exact same back end software, which is not a total surprise as ResumeBucket is now owned by LiveCareer. You’ll see that both feature identical user interfaces, and an identical price page. It would appear that each of these sites purchased the same pre-made resume building toolkit and applied them to their sites in order to make some extra money.
Like ResumeBucket, you are restricted to an ATS friendly text file with a free account, and have the option to spend a couple bucks to get 14-day access to multiple file type downloads, a cover letter builder, and more. You can opt for monthly subscriptions for about $8.

  • Prewritten content to help you add information to your resume
  • Simple user experience
  • Text only export for free accounts
  • Dated user interface
  • Bland premium template design


ResumeGenius has a great user interface, beautiful resume templates, and a comprehensive set of prewritten items for virtually any job type.
Where ResumeGenius fails for free users is that it promises free access to your resume, and doesn’t deliver. You have to sign up for a $1.95 14-day trial to download the resume you’ve created in any other format but a simple ATS friendly text file.
Accessing that text file download requires a bit of work. You have to leave the builder and go back to the website from the front page, click Log in, and select a text file download option from a dropdown.

  • Beautiful user interface
  • Beautiful templates
  • Easy to use
  • You need to jump through hoops to download your resume
  • Only a bland text export available for free users

Super Resume

Super Resume advertises itself as a free resume maker, and you can create a resume without paying anything. Unfortunately, if you want to print or download that resume, you have to pay at least $2.50.
That said, the service is remarkably easy to use. You are presented with a list of themes to choose from, and you start with a pre-filled resume with sample content you can add your own content to.

  • Easy to use
  • Real time preview
  • Not really free


Uptowork has both a free plan and a premium plan ($9.99). Both options give you 30-days of access, but the free plan includes only 4 resume templates with Uptowork branding. The premium plan gives you 20 unbranded templates.
Uptowork is easy to use and offers clean, nice-looking resume templates. However, keep in mind that it is a European company and that resumes differ among countries. For example, Uptowork offers an optional “add photo” section, but photos are not a good idea on U.S. resumes. It is illegal for companies in the United States to hire based on race, ethnicity or gender. So, in an effort to protect themselves, many companies will immediately toss resumes with photos.

  • Easy to use
  • Beautiful templates
  • Built for European resumes
  • Free version doesn’t offer full service


These ten resume builder tools each have their own set of pros and cons. Throughout the process of testing these services for this review, it was surprising to find out just how many of them had the same software on the back end, and the same pricing structure.
CV Maker, VisualCV, and SlashCV do a great job and provide useful features at the free level. Resumonk had a full feature set and plenty to be happy about, if you don’t mind a bug here or there.