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Hostinger Web hosting Review

  Hostinger Web Hosting Review About Hostinger Hostinger started their business as (000webhost) and achieved more than 1 million users in a very short time. Later they turned their free web hosting services into paid and launched Hostinger.com. So, they started their business in 2004. Today, they claim that they have more than 29 million users all around the world where their servers are in 175 different countries. Most of their servers are in the USA and EU. They also have their servers or data centers in India, UAE, Japan, and China. Hostinger Plans and Prices Hostinger offers two types of web hosting: shared web hosting and VPS hosting. Each type is divided into three sub-plans which are different from each other on the basis of price and features. The most popular hosting plan starts from $.99 per month. The main feature which makes each of these plans is the hosting space and monthly bandwidth. So, this is great news for new web owners to save money. You can later upgrade to an a

These applications are draining most of your data and battery life

Applications are draining most of your data and battery life: Facebook, Spotify and Samsung's Security Policy Update service are among the worst culprits for draining data and battery from your Android phones, according to a  Want to know which apps are killing your battery AVG reveals all! In AVG's latest quarterly Android App Performance Report, the online security company studied one million of its users to see which apps were the most resource-consuming (data, battery and storage) on their devices. In terms of 'Overall Performance Impact' on your phone, the top (or worst) five were as follows: Facebook Spotify Instagram Path Amazon Android Of course, it's not necessarily the apps in themselves that are the problem, but the amount of time that people spend on them (think you spend too much time on Facebook? An app has recently come out that helps you monitor your smartphone habits). This explains why Amazon's app ranked so highly during the Christmas period.

How to Fix a 100% Disk Utilization on Windows 10 PC.

Windows 10 users who experience issues such as slow response time may investigate their Task Manager for guidance. Task Manager will provide you with a wealth of information regarding the processes that are currently running on your computer.100% Disk Usage on Your Windows.  With the help of metrics, you can monitor in Task Manager performance tab on computer’s disk usage. If you see a disk usage of 100% your computer's disk usage is maxed out and your system’s performance will be degraded. You need to take some corrective action to fix the issue. Many users who have recently upgraded to Windows 10 have complained of their computers that run slowly and Task Manager reporting 100% disk usage. Here are 10 methods you can try to resolve the problem of high disk usage on your Windows 10 system. Some may take longer than usual due to the stress and increased usage that your hard drive is already under usage. Perform SFC Scan and Repair Windows 10 Image   This process will perform a scan

Educate yourself in excel

Three things you didn’t know Excel could do . Sensitivity Analysis What would be my retirement fund if I invest @ 7.5% in a recurring deposit for 10 years, Initial Investment of = Rs. 2,00,000 / 3,00,000 / 4,00,000 / 5,00,000 Monthly Investment of = Rs. 7000, / 8,000 / 9,000 / 10,000 Using Data Table. Sensitivity Analysis So if you need a retirement fund of at least Rs. 25 Lakhs, you can choose 1 of the above marked options. Automatically Lookup Values and Calculate Dates It is tedious to input data manually all the time. Automatic Lookup and Dates Calculation – Purchase to Payment tracker User has to only input in the Grey columns. All Orange columns are filled in automatically using Excel’s awesome functions. =Vlookup function used Price and Delivery No. of Days are filled up automatically from the Product Table below. Credit No. of Days is filled up automatically from the Customer Table below. Date functions used Delivery Date and Payment Date are automatically calculated Imagine ho

5 reasons everyone should be thankful for Android

Now that you've stuffed yourself with food, spent time with family, watched football, and enjoyed all the trappings and trimmings of the Thanksgiving holiday, let me take a moment to reflect on the less important... why I'm thankful for Android. 1: Flexibility Coming from the world of open source and Linux, flexibility has always been one of the most important aspects of an operating system for me. I have to be able to make a platform do what I want how I want. Thankfully, Android delivers that in spades. If you don't like the way the default Android looks or behaves, change it! Don't like the home screen? Change it! Don't like the lack of automation? Install Tasker and do things with it. Android is a platform that is ready to do whatever you need. With a little creativity, you might be surprised at how much you can stretch and bend Android to best reflect your personality and needs. 2: Integration I depend upon Google Docs and other Google apps to get me through t

What is Memory Leak

Memory Leak: When a program needs to store some temporary information during execution, it can dynamically request a chunk of memory from the system. However, the system has a fixed amount of total memory available. If one application uses up all of the system’s free memory, then other applications will not be able to obtain the memory that they require. The implications of a “memory starved” application can range from a graceful shutdown to an unexpected crash. Most large scale applications regularly request memory, so running out of system memory tends to have a domino effect. Even if the applications do not terminate, the system will slow down to a crawl—or even hang—in low memory conditions. Clearly, none of these results are desirable, so the system never wants to run out—or run low—of memory. It is the responsibility of each application to “free” dynamically requested memory when they are finished using it. Freeing the memory returns it to the system, where it can be re–allocated

Communications Protocol & OSI Model Overview

A communications protocol is a system of digital message formats and rules for exchanging those messages in or between Computing systems and in telecommunications. A protocol may have a formal description. Protocols may include signaling, authentication and error detection and correction capabilities. A protocol definition defines the syntax, semantics, and synchronization of communication; the specified behavior is typically independent of how it is to be implemented. A protocol can therefore be implemented as hardware or software or both. Introduction While there is no generally accepted formal definition of "protocol" in computer science, an informal definition, based on the previous, could be "a set of procedures to be followed when communicating". In computer science the word algorithm is a synonym for the word procedure so a protocol is to communications what an algorithm is to mathematics. Communicating systems use well-defined formats for exchanging