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Wappalyzer, Uncover the technology behind website you visit


Wappalyzer  is a Cross-platform utility that uncovers the technologies used on websites.  Detailed information such as which websites use a particular application can be purchased at a tiered price as per the pricing table below. The number of available records can be found on the individual application and category pages.
 Wappalyzer on FireFox
Wappalyzer on Google Chrome
Wappalyzer is available for:
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Enable Or Disable Hibernate Option In Windows 7

In Windows 7,  we have to follow a different approach than Windows XP to Enable or Disable Hibernation.

Hibernation is a power-saving feature designed primarily for laptops. Hibernation keeps your open documents and programs on your hard disk and then turns off your computer. Hibernation uses the least amount of power. On a laptop, use hibernation when you know that you won’t use your laptop for an extended period and won’t have an opportunity to charge the battery during that time.

To Enable or Disable Hibernate option in windows 7 follow the steps mentioned below:

Step 1: Open Command Prompt with Administrator rights. To open Command Prompt, type CMD in Start menu and then hit Ctrl + Shift + Enter to open the Command Prompt with Admin rights.

Step 2: Next, type the below command and hit enter:

powercfg /hibernate on

Step 3: Type exit and hit enter to close the Command Prompt.

Step 4: If you can’t see the Hibernate option in Start menu then continue with the following tasks:

A. Type Power Options in Start menu and hit enter.

B. In the left pane, open the link labeled “Change when the computer sleeps” and then open the link “Change advanced power settings”.

C. Under the Advanced Sleep options, expand the Sleep tree and turn off Hybrid Sleep.

D. Now go back to Start menu to see the new Hibernate entry. That’s it!

FaceBook Policy Change Notice

News from Facebook
Hi (FB User Name),
We’re writing to let you know that we are proposing updates to our Data Use Policy and our Statement of Rights and Responsibilities. These two documents tell you about how we collect and use data, and the rules that apply when you choose to use Facebook. Our goal with these updates is to make our practices more clear.
We update these documents from time to time to make sure we keep you posted about the latest things you can do with Facebook. This email describes the key changes we’ve proposed and directs you to places where you can learn more.
What’s being updated and why?
Both documents have new language to help you better understand:

  • How advertising works on Facebook
  • What to expect when it comes to using your name, profile picture, content and personal info with ads or commercial content
  • How to control or remove apps you’ve used
  • What data you’re sharing with mobile devices

Like always, we won’t share the private information that you put on Facebook with advertisers without your permission.
What should you do and when will the updates happen?
You can review all the updates on our Site Governance page’s Documents tab and over the next seven days leave comments on that page to give us feedback. Please take some time to read through everything and let us know what you think. If your comments lead to more updates, we’ll post those on the Site Governance page, too.
To stay up to date on similar topics, please like our Site Governance and Privacy pages. And, if you want to learn more about how we show you interesting, relevant ads, or how cookies and similar technologies help us do so, please visit our Ads and Cookies pages. We hope you find these resources helpful.
Best regards,

Erin Egan
Chief Privacy Officer
Facebook

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30 Blog’s That Make A Lot Of Money Online

Rank Website Owner Monthly Earnings Main Income
1 The Huffington Post Arianna Huffington $2,330,000 Pay Per Click
2 Mashable Pete Cashmore $560,000 Advertising Banners
3 Perez Hilton Mario Lavandeira $450,000 Advertising Banners
4 Techcrunch Michael Arrington $400,000 Advertising Banners
5 Smashing Magazine Vitaly Friedman $190,000 Advertising Banners
6 Timothy Sykes Timothy Sykes $150,000 Affiliate Sales
7 Gothamist Jake Dobkin $110,000 Pay Per Click
8 Tuts Plus Collis Taeed $110,000 Membership Area
9 Car Advice Alborz Fallah $70,000 Advertising Banners
10 Venture Beat Matt Marshall $62,000 Pay Per Click
11 Slash Gear Ewdison Then $60,000 Pay Per Click
12 Life Hacker Nick Denton $60,000 Advertising Banners
13 Dooce Heather B. Armstrong $50,000 Pay Per Click
14 Steve Pavlina Steve Pavlina $45,000 Pay Per Click
15 Talking Point Memo Joshua Micah Marshall $45,000 Advertising Banners
16 Problogger Darren Rowse $40,000 Advertising Banners
17 Kotaku Nick Denton $32,000 Advertising Banners
18 Shoemoney Jeremy Schoemaker $30,000 Private Advertising
19 Coolest Gadgets Allan Carlton $30,000 Advertising Banners
20 JohnChow John Chow $29,000 Affiliate Sales
21 SmartPassiveIncome Pat Flynn $21,500 Affiliate Commissions
22 Joystiq AOL $18,000 CPM Advertising
23 PC Mech David Risley $16,000 Affiliate Sales
24 Freelance Switch Collis Ta’eed $15,000 Membership Area
25 Abduzeedo Fabio Sasso $12,000 Advertising Banners
26 Sizlopedia Saad Hamid $11,000 Pay Per Click
27 Overhead in New York Michael Malice $9,000 Advertising Banners
28 Six Revisions Jacob Gube $9,000 Advertising Banners
29 Noupe Noupe $8,000 Advertising Banners
30 Retire at 21 Michael Dunlop $5,000 Affiliate Sales

W3Schools Website For Offline Use

w3 School

Steps to Follow

1. Download W3schools offline file from any link below
2. Extract any where using WinRAR or 7zip  in you computer.
3. Then go to folder and open http://www.w3schools.com folder.
4. Scroll down and open default.asp
5. With any browser you want.

Enjoy full w3schools without internet!

 

w3 Schools Offline 7zip File 2MB (Extract using 7Zip)

or

w3 Schools Offline rar File 29MB (Extract using WinRAR)

 

* No Pirated Copy, Just Offline Copy of Free Learning Website.