Me at PHPCamp Pune 2010

Me at PHPCamp Pune 2010
Me at PHPCamp Pune 2010

Sunday, February 16, 2014

..:: Devil's Cafe ::..: 4 .htaccess Hack Every Blogger Must Know

..:: Devil's Cafe ::..: 4 .htaccess Hack Every Blogger Must Know: Hyper-text Access or commonly know as .htaccess, is a simple yet powerful configuration file which is used to control the directories it ...

Friday, November 11, 2011

Google Page Rank

PageRank is the measure of the importance of a page based on the incoming links from other pages. In simple terms, each link to a page on your site from another site adds to your site's PageRank. Not all links are equal: Google works hard to improve the user experience by identifying spam links and other practices that negatively impact search results. The best types of links are those that are given based on the quality of your content.

When a user enters a query, our machines search the index for matching pages and return the results we believe are the most relevant to the user. Relevancy is determined by over 200 factors, one of which is the PageRank for a given page

In order for your site to rank well in search results pages, it's important to make sure that Google can crawl and index your site correctly. Our Webmaster Guidelines outline some best practices that can help you avoid common pitfalls and improve your site's ranking.

Google's Related Searches, Did you mean, and Google Autocomplete features are designed to help users save time by displaying related terms, common misspellings, and popular queries. Like our google.com search results, the keywords used by these features are automatically generated by our web crawlers and search algorithms. We display these predictions only when we think they might save the user time. If a site ranks well for a keyword, it's because we've algorithmically determined that its content is more relevant to the user's query.

Wednesday, March 9, 2011

Monday, November 8, 2010

Bit Torrent

Bit Torrent

What is BitTorrent?
BitTorrent is a distributed peer-to-peer filesharing protocol. It allows many people to download an object (imagery in our case), without overstraining the hosting server.
So ... What is BitTorrent?
It's a protocol, like HTTP and FTP, that allows for the distribution of large files.
I thought P2P and Filesharing were illegal!
This is a common misconception. BitTorrent, and peer-to-peer (P2P) are protocols, like HTTP and EMail. It is true that they can be used to share files illegally, but the same is true of HTTP. Our use here is legitimate, however, so you should have no need to be concerned.
How do I download BitTorrent files?
BitTorrent files (called torrents, and identifiable by the .torrent ending) are downloaded like any other file. They are then opened by the BitTorrent program (available at http://www.bittorrent.com/), which will connect to the peer network and find places that it can start fetching the file from.
How does it work?
BitTorrent connects to a central server, defined by the torrent file, which keeps track of who is working on downloading the file. The protocol then begins to request pieces of the file from all other downloaders, starting with the file parts that are least commonly available. The protocol assumes that the majority of users are not fully utilizing their bandwidth and provides the ability to download from "peers" in that extra margin. For full details, please check the Official BitTorrent site.
Isn't that insecure?
BitTorrent will only provide files to other users that you tell it to allow. Usually this will be limited to files that you are currently downloading, yourself. But after you have finished, you can allow it to continue uploading (called seeding), so that others can download easier.
What should I be aware of with BitTorrent?
You should always be careful to check that your BitTorrent client and the torrent you are downloading are both "safe". Making sure your client is safe can be mostly handled by downloading the "official" client (from http://www.bittorrent.com/, or one of the clients they link. There are many other clients available, and we have not tested them all, and we cannot speak for their validity, of course. Making sure that your torrent is safe simply means to only download torrents from "reputable sources". We like to believe that we are one. It is possible for someone to "poison" a torrent, which leads to it downloading spyware or other malicious software instead of what you thought it would download, so it is always recommended to run each file you finish downloading through an anti-virus scan before attempting to open it.

Saturday, March 20, 2010

BarCamp Ahmedabad

Hi Friends

Im attanding this BarCamp Event in ahmdabad, wish to see you there

BarCamp Ahmedabad

Sunday, January 31, 2010

Put your PC maintenance routine on autopilot

Put your PC maintenance routine on autopilot

Most people do one of the following when their computer begins to slow down (besides get angry):

  1. Improve their computer by buying more memory.
  2. Decide to tweak their computer's settings.
  3. Figure that their computer is old, there's nothing else they can do, and that it's probably time to buy a new computer.
All these solutions will boost a computer's performance. However, what's to keep your newly blazing PC from slowing down again after a couple months or years? A badly fragmented hard drive will bring even a top-of-the-line new computer to a grinding halt.
One option is to create a preventive maintenance plan—a plan that's easy to set up and set in motion so you never have to think about it again.
The following sections provide information on how to automate a maintenance schedule to keep your PC running smoothly. These procedures differ from version to version, but overall you'll find these tasks work for Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows Millennium Edition (Me), and Windows 98.

Create a preventive maintenance plan for your computer

When people notice their computer's performance slowing, the most common reason is the hard disk. Your computer's hard disk is a non-removable area that holds all the information available from your computer. Over time, hard disks begin to lose their ability to store data efficiently.
The Windows operating system provides three great tools to help keep your hard drive humming smoothly. These tools are Disk Cleanup, Disk Defragmenter, and Check Disk. Find more information about using these tools to optimize your PC.
Ideally, you should run these tools on the following schedule.
Preventive Maintenance Activity Recommended Frequency
Clean up the hard disk of temporary files Weekly
Rearrange (defragment) the hard disk Monthly
Check the hard disk for errors Weekly
Of course, who has the time (or the desire) to keep up with this schedule? The best solution is to let Windows do all of the work.
Windows allows you to set up and automate these tasks, so you never have to worry about them again.

Clean up your hard disk (weekly)

Your computer amasses temporary files over time. These files can come from any number of sources, the Web being one of the largest offenders. After a while, these temporary files will slow down your computer.
About once every week, you should run the Windows Disk Cleanup utility to clear your PC of these temporary files.
Schedule Disk Cleanup to run automatically:

Rearrange your fragmented files (monthly)

Whenever a file becomes too large to store in a single location on your hard disk, your computer breaks that file into parts (or fragments). Don't worry, though. Your computer keeps track of all these fragments, piecing them together whenever the file is accessed.
However, as fragmented files accumulate on your hard disk, your computer becomes gradually slower. This is because your computer has to go through all these fragmented files in order to piece the correct parts together again.
While there's nothing you can do to prevent the fragmentation of files, Windows does have a utility (Disk Fragmenter) to help deal with this situation. Disk Fragmenter rearranges fragmented files, resulting in increased free space on your hard disk and quicker performance from your PC.
About once every month, you should run the Windows Disk Defragmenter utility.
Set up Disk Defragmenter to run automatically:

Check your hard disk for errors (weekly)

Whenever a program you're using crashes, your computer may create errors on your hard disk. These errors will eventually slow your computer to a crawl.
The good news is that Windows includes a Check Disk program. Check Disk corrects these types of errors from your hard disk, resulting in better PC performance.
About once every week, you should run the Check Disk utility.
Set up Check Disk to run automatically:
  1. Open the Task Scheduler:
    In Windows 7
    In Windows Vista
    In Windows XP
  2. Follow the prompts in Task Scheduler to schedule a program to run at a set time.
    Note Check Disk isn't available within the scroll-down list of programs that you select from in the Task Scheduler, so you'll need to select it manually. To select it, click Browse. Then, navigate to windows\system32\chkdsk.exe. Select chkdsk.exe and click Open.

Let Windows do all the work
These automated tasks—while they seem simple enough—are the foundation on which your computer's performance rests. Lucky for us, Windows can completely handle these tasks. You never have to worry about them. You just set up your maintenance tasks once, automate them, and let Windows take care of the rest.

Wednesday, January 27, 2010

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