Wednesday, April 30, 2014

AirPlayer for Watch Audio Video Streaming on iPhone

You can streaming your videos, music and photos from UPnP / DLNA media servers by using AirPlayer in your iPhone, iPad or iPod.
You can directly access your media files on your Windows 7. For more details visit Edavs Forum, This small app can stream videos/movies from a NAS to your Apple TV without using/downloading iTunes. See details and help in this video. For your assistance I found few links on Youtube, Check Now.

AirPlayer Features:
  • Add servers manually, and watch movies wherever you are.
  • You can watch video in any format such as 3gp, mp4, avi, wmv, flv, ... and many more
  • You can listen music in any format such as WMA, MP3, OGG, AAC,... and many more.
  • You can browse your photos.
  • Create thumbnails of your pics/snaps/photos.
  • Make easily snapshots of your live streaming/videos.
  • Its available an advance search function.

Tested media servers for Air Player.

There are many media servers available which support Air Player for streaming videos and audios, see here for details list of media servers.

Monday, April 28, 2014

Android File Broswer V2 Full & Free Download

Android file browser is the powerful app for manage your android settings and files.

Android File Browser has multi-select features such as:

● Explorer (File Manager)
● Top Menu Features
▷ HOME: Go to the top of the Root Path of smart devices.
▷ SDCARD: Go to the top path of external storage space on the SD card.
▷ Up: Move to the top of the folder.
▷ BACK: Move to the previous folder. (The same equipment and features of the Back button)
▷ GALLERY: Go to the location, cameras and video files are saved.
▷ DOWNLOAD: Go to the location, downloaded files are stored on the Internet
▷ REFRESH: Refresh the page.
▷ RESET SEARCH: Search mode when the button is activated. Button is pressed, the search is initiated.
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● Settings
▷ Android File Manager Overview
▷ Android File Manager provides introductions and a brief guide
▷ Set the status bar
▷ Set the background theme
▷ More Option
▷ Services shortcut links
▷ Volume control
▷ Screen brightness
▷ Wireless network
▷ Location Setting
▷ Bluetooth Settings
▷ Language setting
▷ Date and time setting

Friday, April 25, 2014

I Can’t Make You Love Me – Priyanka Chopra (2014): Indipop MP3

I Can’t Make You Love Me – Priyanka Chopra (2014): Indipop MP3

 01 - I Can’t Make You Love Me Download
Voices: Priyanka Chopra

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Advance Task Manager Pro for Android

The Advanced Task Manager can make a list all the running tasks on your phone and with the help of this app you can stop any of the tasks easily and quickly. It is also a task management tool, which can manage all the installed apps on your phone.
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The task management mechanism of android system has been changed after the release of the version 2.2 of the android system. Task killers cannot kill the services and notifications on your phone.
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By use of the Advanced Task Manager, you can thoroughly stop tasks in the following steps:
  • Long press the task that you want to stop
  • Chose the “force stop” option
  • Press the the “force stop” button on the application info system panel

If you want to manage running services, click menu->service, then it will open the system service panel where you can stop running services.
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• Kill selected tasks
• App or game killer
• Android optimizer
• Ignore apps when kill tasks
• Auto kill tasks on every screen off
• Regular kill
• Startup Kill
• One click task kill widget
• Quick uninstaller
• Show battery life
• Support all android version
• Kill GPS: Kill apps to stop GPS
• Memory Booster, RAM Booster
• Memory Cleaner, RAM Cleaner
• Permission manager addon for Android 4.3 (App Ops)
• Holo style

Advance Task Killer PRO for Android

Advance Task Killer is # 1 Task Manager App of Android which is also known as ATK. It is use to kill applications and boost memory. 
  • Ignore List
  • One tap widget
  • Auto kill
  • Customize item height
  • You can use it to kill apps and clean your memory to boost your device speed.
  • A Quick Start Guide:
  • It is very simple to use, simply open this tool and take a look at the running applications list?
  • Uncheck some apps you don't want to kill.
  • Tap the button 'Kill selected apps'.
  • It will kill all applications checked.
  • Invoked your unnecessary apps.
  • Automatically kill apps.
  • Safe: Only kill the apps aren't running but still consume memory.
  • Aggressive: Kill the apps running background and apps aren't running.
  • Crazy: All apps except for apps you are using with.
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Thursday, April 24, 2014

Getting More Business with AdWards

In this article, you learn just what an AdWords ad is and how it works for users. You then start your journey behind the scenes to understand how an advertiser creates an AdWords ad, how it’s paid for, and some of the finer points of making your ads effective as well as how AdWords and search engine optimization (SEO) work together.

Identifying AdWords Ads
Google AdWords is one of the greatest success stories of our time. Just as TV advertising revolutionized television and made it a huge cultural force, for better or worse, so Google AdWords has revolutionized the use of the Internet.

AdWords has made the Internet highly profitable, both for Google and for many AdWords advertisers. The success of AdWords has also encouraged others to find ways of making money from the Internet that aren’t much like AdWords at all.
Google has recently introduced a new feature, Google Instant. With Google Instant, Google uses predictive search that is, it guesses what the user is going to enter, based on whatever characters he’s already typed. This tends to steer users toward popular results.
"What is Google Instant: Google Instant is a predictive search capability that makes search faster by guessing what the users are going to enter as their search query. It’s turned on by default in Google Search,but users can turn it off. (From the main Google search page,click Settings->Search Settings. Choose the radio button, Do Not Use Google Instant, and click Save Preferences.) Early indications,though,are that most users like it and will leave it turned on."
The page has four different kinds of search results:
Google Instant hints: Google’s recently introduced search feature, Google Instant, offers the user hints to common searches that are related to whatever characters the user has typed so far. The user can then choose the rest of the search from the drop-down list of hints or keep typing. These hints can steer the search away from what users might have come up with on their own, and they take up valuable screen real estate.
AdWords results: These are the new kind of search results originally found only out of the way, on the right side of the page, but now often found above the organic listings as well, although clearly marked. Note how the only AdWords ad shown, while Google Instant is working, is for the first term in Google Instant’s list of choices.
Organic search results: These are the original kind of search results, determined purely by Google’s algorithms, with no money changing hands. These pure listings are called organic search results. (Although this is an organic crop that’s often fertilized by money, in the form of investment in search engine optimization, or SEO, by companies that appear in the results.)
"What is Organic Search Results: Organic search results are the original kind of search results,the ones determined by search engine algorithms,with no money changing hands. The term is used to distinguish these pure search results from AdWords ads,local search results,and other kinds of search results displayed alongside the organic results."
Local search results: When a search term seems to represent something that’s available to buy locally, Google provides local results. Business locations are shown placed on a map, with some results highlighted versus others.
"What is Local Search: Local search is search that’s influenced by the location of the user. The search engine guesses the user’s location by various technical means,and then uses the location as a central point for a local search. The search engine also typically enables the user to change the assumed location,in case it’s wrong. (Which is also useful if the user is currently at work,perhaps,in San Francisco, but wants to search near his home across the bay in,say, Oakland.) Both local and global search are useful for different purposes; for instance,you might search for cashews to learn about cashew production worldwide or you might just want to step out of your office and buy some cashews."
Companies use AdWords to complement or bolster the search engine results they get from organic search. You’ll often find, when you search on a company name, that there’s an AdWords ad for the company at the top of the search results and that the very next entry is an organic search result for the same company. An example of duplicate entries one from AdWords, one from organic search is shown in above snap.  An AdWords ad linking to the Toys “R” Us website,, is positioned just above the top organic search result, which links to the same company. If you click the AdWords ad, it costs the company money, but it wants the click so badly that it’s willing to pay for it if needed.
Above snap shows the same search when the user finishes his search by pressing the Return key after entering just the word toys. Many more AdWords ads appear, and there are three organic search results, not just one. However, ToysRUs is still the leading organic search result and the second AdWords result.
"NOTE: Fewer Organic Search Results Above the Fold Because users don’t like to scroll,the area “above the fold" that is,in the first screenful of results that users see, without scrolling is vital. This area is now dominated by AdWords ads at the top and side,and local results,where applicable,at the bottom. Organic search results are reduced to just a few entries (sometimes only one)."
How AdWords Works for Users
What does Google AdWords do for users? Basically, it gives them choices. Google’s organic search results are good (which is why Google is the top search engine), but they have their problems. Websites that have been around for a long time, and are referred to by other older sites, get a lot of respect that is, high search engine rankings from Google. It’s difficult for something new, exciting, and potentially lucrative to quickly earn a strong position in organic search results. (Although there are a lot of SEO practitioners out there trying to help their clients do just that.)
For users who are of a mind to buy something, the AdWords ads that appear alongside their search results are often more interesting, and more valuable, than the organic search results. The AdWords results are lively and action oriented. They don’t relate to what is or isn’t a valuable information resource; they relate to helping you get a product or service that will help you fill a need of some sort or get something done.

An old IBM ad sums this up well. A couple of consultants tell a CEO a great plan for turning his business around. The CEO tells the consultants to make it happen. One consultant looks at the other and says, horrified: “He wants us to do something?” The advice-givers then leave, shaking their heads in disgust at the idea of actually being responsible for making something happen. Organic search results can be like these consultants who just want to tell you information.

AdWords ads help users do something. As a creator of AdWords ads, you will benefit by keeping the user’s perspective in mind. You don’t need to trick or mislead users into clicking your AdWords ad; often, the user wants to find an ad to click. You just need to make your ad promising in relation to what the user wants to accomplish at that moment, and to the kind of product or service that will help her do that. Look at the AdWords ads in above snap. They’re action oriented. Your ad should be similar.

How AdWords Works for Sellers
AdWords ads seem simple from a user’s point of view. However, from the vendor’s point of view, there’s a fundamental principle and a few wrinkles that you should be aware of. The fundamental principle is that you focus on keywords. Let’s say that you have a raft of hot dog stands in Chicago called Frank’s Fast Franks. You want your AdWords ad to appear anytime someone in Chicago enters certain keywords (which can be a phrase or just individual words). Here’s a list of keywords that might apply, from most specific to least specific:
  • Frank’s Fast Franks
  • Frank’s
  • Franks
  • Hot dog stand
  • Hot dogs
  • Hot dogs lunch
  • Frankfurter
  • Sauerkraut
  • Chili dog
  • Cheap lunch
You can imagine that a lot of people are competing for these keywords, because there’s money involved lunch money. (Chicago has about three million people, so if each of them were to spend $10 on lunch, that would be $30 million up for grabs every day at lunchtime.)
When you do search engine optimization for organic search for your website, you’re competing for placement with everyone in the world who might want to sell hot dogs (or who might be named Frank) and who might want to get their share of that $30 million or so of Chicago lunch money. You might guess that, as a local hot dog vendor, you would probably lose out, in terms of search engine placement, to companies that sell hot dogs in supermarkets or national hot dog chains. (Google local search is slowly changing this situation, but that’s still a work in progress. See my book Teach Yourself Google Places in 10 Minutes for more about Google local search and how to win there, as well.)

Below snap shows actual search results for hot dogs for a search made from Oakland, California. Note that the top organic search result is from Wikipedia. This is increasingly common as Wikipedia gets linked to from more and more sites that want to offer a definition or background material relating to a term. Wikipedia is a great example of a search result that scores high for being informative and low for enabling the searcher to actually do anything, such as buy and eat a hot dog for lunch right away.
As an AdWords vendor, you bid on a keyword, such as hot dogs. You might agree to pay, say, up to 10 cents every time someone clicks your ad that shows up when a Google user enters hot dogs as a search term.
One great thing about AdWords is that you can just bid locally. With local bidding, you don’t need to beat every AdWords vendor around the world interested in promoting their hot dogs or related products. You just need to beat the ones in, say, Chicago. You can place your AdWords ad in Chicago only or even in specific areas of Chicago.

Finer Points of AdWords for Sellers
You probably understand now, if you didn’t before, the basic process with AdWords: You bid on specific keywords (which includes phrases as well as individual words), and if you bid enough, your ad shows up on search results pages. There are some fine points of this, though, that are worth mentioning, to help you be more effective with your use of AdWords. Three main points stand out.

The first point is that Google was the first major vendor of online ad inventory to commit strongly to what is called pay-per-click advertising. Other vendors wanted to charge you everytime your ad was shown. Google committed to charging advertisers only when the user clicks the ad. Pay per click is great for advertisers. It means that a lot of the risk for you is removed. You get lots of free brand-building with users who see your ad, and perhaps even read it fairly closely, but don’t click. Google puts your ad onscreen all those times without getting paid. You only have to pay when the user does click your ad. You can get a lot of exposure without paying too much money. When you do pay, it’s only when you’ve at least gotten the user to do something.

However, this leads to the second major point, which is the placement of your ad. Google AdWords advertisers are endlessly confused that they don’t get the top AdWords position simply by paying the most for a specific keyword. (Often, Google will put its top one, two, or three AdWords ads above the organic search results, as shown in first snap. This kind of placement is golden for the AdWords advertiser, and advertisers are willing to pay highly for ads that appear there and get clicked.)

However, Google puts your ad on top of the AdWords list only if you have a fairly high bid on your keyword and lots of people click your ad. That’s because Google wants to make money, and it makes more money from 1,000 clicks at just 10 cents a click that is, $100 than it does from 100 clicks at 20 cents a click, which is $20. So, your ad placement is a combination of something you do control your keyword bid and something you don’t directly control, which is how many people click your ad.
The final point is something that marketing experts have been aware of for a long time but that you’re going to learn now in a way that’s very specific to your business: conversion. It’s not worth paying for people to click your ad if you don’t make money from at least some of the clickers over time. Below snap is a conceptual diagram of the conversion process. It’s like a funnel. Here are the steps in the funnel, with some made-up numbers as an example:
  • 1,000 people see your AdWords ad.
  • 5% of the people who see it, or 50 people, click it (which costs you $5 total, if you pay 10 cents per click).
  • 50 people thereby see your landing page, which tells them where they can get a hot dog from you.
  • 0 people actually go to get a hot dog from you.
  • You make $1 profit per customer, so you make $10.
Now you’ve just spent $5 for the clicks and made $10 in immediate profit. This is a pretty good investment, especially if some of the clickers keep coming back for your hot dogs overtime, increasing your profit from the ad.

However, it’s a lot of overhead and hassle to know, or at least guess, just how much profit you made from a direct result of your AdWords ad. My own observation is that AdWords is now popular enough that most of the easy money is gone. You aren’t likely to sell 1,000 hot dogs by paying $10 for AdWords ads. Results that are more like the example given you double your investment in the short term, and get additional benefits from repeat sales over time is a more realistic target for your AdWords advertising efforts.

What this means, though, is that fairly close tracking of the results of your AdWords spending is important. You need to at least be able to quickly separate your AdWords efforts into three groups: clearly profitable; borderline profitable, depending on the long-term impact; and clearly unprofitable. If you don’t have a firm enough grasp of your conversion process to at least be able to make this kind of distinction, it can be quite easy to waste money on AdWords and not even know that you’re losing money as you go along.

Search Engine Optimization and AdWords
You are likely to be hearing a lot about search engine optimization (SEO), which refers to trying to get high search engine rankings for your website on the keywords that best fit your areas of interest. Some SEO techniques border on the illegitimate, such as creating little webs of more or less fake sites to pump up the number of people following links to your real site. Perhaps you’re wondering how SEO affects your AdWords effort.

AdWords is an effective and legitimate quick fix for SEO problems. You might have a new outboard motor to sell in the United States that’s perfect for boats used for waterskiing. AdWords is an obvious shortcut for getting a link to your website in front of key audiences in the specific geographic areas you care about.

Also, the things you learn from creating and deploying your AdWords ads are applicable to your SEO work for your website. Your work on your AdWords ads will show you which keywords are most hotly contested, what gets users to click, and more. This will inform your SEO work for your website.

Conversely, the results from your SEO work can also go into your AdWords efforts. Each can complement the other. One trick is to identify odd, but powerful, keywords and use them across all your effort.

For instance, one business that I helped sells a book and training sessions about reducing your foreign accent when speaking English (see last snap). Of the many keywords that are possible for this business, one powerful one turned out to be elocution. (Perhaps influenced by the musical My Fair Lady, about a lower-class girl who becomes a hit socially largely by mastering an upper-class English accent.) Elocution worked first on AdWords, but now it’s about to be integrated into the main site, as well.

Wednesday, April 23, 2014

3C System Tuner Pro for Android

A System Monitor and record suit for all activities, like backup and restore (any application), task killer, SD, CPU and Memory controls, LogCat Reader, terminal emulator, notifications and widgets, highly optimized app All-in-One.

This Pro Version Requires:
Wf-Fi, Bluetooth, Phone and GPS Permission to record phone states and App checked with Privacy Inspector!
► Application manager
◊ Backup and verify app apk/data
◊ System app uninstaller
◊ Share and backup apps to e-mail, DropBox, G-Drive, etc...
◊ Move any apps to user, system, SD
◊ Freeze/unfreeze apps, and control app start-up and events
◊ Zip align, clear cache, wipe dalvik-cache, fix permissions and optimize databases
► Task manager
◊ Check CPU, network and memory usage
◊ Kill (default) or force-stop *1 any apps or kernel processes
◊ Automatic task killer, memory booster, memory cleaner
► System Control
◊ CPU governor, frequency, voltage, GPU controls, thermal and MPDecision controls
◊ Build.prop and sysctl editor (basic and advanced mode)
◊ Boost, analyze and benchmark SD cards
◊ Android memory manager, memory cleaner, f-sync control
◊ Safe: auto-restore CPU settings on boot-loop
► System Monitoring
◊ All Android applications or all processes, CPU, memory
► Status bar notifications
◊ CPU, memory, sd, optionally with graphics in drop-down
► Highly Configurable Widgets
◊ Resizable gauge widget
◊ 1x1 and 2x1 (PRO ONLY) text widgets
◊ 2x1-5x2 graphic widgets (PRO ONLY)
► Terminal Emulator
◊ Command history
◊ Share commands and outputs
► System Logs Reader
◊ Logcat or kernel messages
◊ Advanced filtering and search and much more that meets the eye

2G-3G-4G, Network Monitor for Android

2G,3G,4G,CDMA Network Monitor Widget (1x1) for:
Convert your network to fast mode
Disable of Enable mobile data
Showing statistics of current status
Count & monitor network traffic for Wi-Fi and mobile data
Notified when signal going bad.

Show network status notification icon or on widget.
Show current mobile data notification icon or on widget.
Mobile data can be enable or disable by one tap on widget 2G, 3G Mobile Data

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Tuesday, April 22, 2014

How to Make Money While Shop Online

SHOPPING ONLINE LETS you dodge crowds, avoid aching feet, and skip the drama of parking at the mall. By staying at home, you also get access to a secret weapon: rebate sites. Such sites work on the principle that retailers will do just about anything including "shelling out cash" to gain paying customers. The rebate sites refer you to a retailer's website, and if you then make a purchase, the retailer gives them a bonus. To inspire you to go through them, the rebate sites offer you a small portion of that bonus. In other words: free money. If you make large purchases online, and if you can find a rebate site that partners with your chosen retailer, you can earn anything from 1 percent to 45 percent of your money back. On top of that, during busy shopping seasons many rebate websites offer additional deals, incentives, and bonuses.

The straightforward Ebates focuses on cash and only cash. The company partners with more than 1600 retailers, including luxury department stores Neiman Marcus, Nordstrom, and Saks Fifth Avenue, as well as big-box stores Best Buy and Target. Ebates pays its cash-back bonuses on a quarterly basis, and offers either a direct PayPal payment or a check. Once you've signed up for a free account, you can start shopping. To qualify for a cash-back bonus, simply click through the Ebates website before you make a purchase.
"Ebates gives cash-back bonuses when members shop online."

Going through the Ebates website every time you want to buy something might seem like a chore, but you can simplify the process by downloading the Ebates browser add-on (, which is available for Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, or Safari. The add-on alerts you whenever you're shopping on an Ebates-approved site, eliminating some of the hassle.
"On rebate websites, you can earn from 1 to 45 percent of your money back."
FatWallet focuses on frugality. Although the site (which Ebates acquired in 2011) provides a cash-back component, it's renowned for its robust member forums.
"The FatWallet community keeps up-to-date on deals via the site's forums."
"FatWallet is for people who are more interested in saving money, and who are willing to do a little work," says Brent Shelton, FatWallet PR director. "We have a huge online community of people who share tips on sales, deals, and how to stack coupons." You'll find more tech-oriented deals on this site. FatWallet's partner sites include Acer, Adorama, Apple, Best Buy, and Newegg. 
Using FatWallet is similar to using Ebates: Sign up for a free account and then click through the website before you make a purchase at a qualifying retail site. You can also participate in the online forums, browse coupons, and find nearby deals and bargains from sites such as Amazon Local, Groupon, and LivingSocial.

Although Swagbucks has a substantial shop-and-earn section that features online stores such as Amazon, Bloomingdale's,, Kohl's, and Target, it offers additional methods of earning Swag Bucks, which you can trade in for gift cards and cash (one Swag Buck is worth approximately one cent). Other ways to earn include searching the Web through the Swagbucks search engine, answering surveys and polls, playing games, watching videos, and signing up for sponsored offers.
"Shop and earn by using the Swagbucks website"

Just set up a free account. You'll earn at least one Swag Buck for logging in every day, and more if you use the Swagbucks toolbar or answer the site's daily poll. You can also earn Swag Bucks online when you shop with the company's credit card, which gives you 1.25 Swag Bucks on every purchase.

Want to earn even more cash back? Use Plink. Sign up for a free account, and link one debit or credit card. Then, all you have to do is buy things using that card-online or offline. You earn Plink Points only when you make qualifying purchases at partnered retailers, but you don't have to think about it - the amount is tallied on your Plink account automatically when you use your card to check out. Plink works with more than 50,000 retailers, including American Airlines, Gap, Sears, and Staples. It stacks on top of other rewards programs, too, even your credit card rewards program.You can redeem Plink Points for gift cards from well-known stores such as Amazon, Barnes and Noble, iTunes, and Walmart, and you can use the points to get miles on select airlines.
"Plink rewards you with gift cards from major retailers"
The service's main drawback is that you have to surrender your bank credentials to link your card. During the sign-up process, Plink requests that you log in using your online banking password, which might alarm some people. The company assures us, however, that all login credentials are securely encrypted with the same technology PayPal and use, and that Plink employees cannot access credentials.

Sunday, April 20, 2014

Holiday MP3 Songs


01 - Tu Hi Toh Hai Download (Web Rip)
Voices: Benny Dayal

02 – Aaj Dil Shaayraana Download 
Voices: Arijit Singh
03 – Blame the Night Download 
Voices: Arijit Singh & Aditi Singh

04 – Ashq Na Ho Download 
Voices: Arijit Singh

05 – Palang Tod Download 
Voices: Mikka Singh & Rithu Phatak

06 – Tu Hi To Hai (Version-2) Download 
Voices: Benny Dayal

07 – Palang Tod (Version-2) Download 
Voices: Mikka Singh

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Windows 8 Top 10 Tips for Beginners

Windows 8 is a completely customizable operating system. With that in mind, there are plenty of ways to modify your Windows 8 experience. Check out these top tips to become a whiz when using Windows 8.

01. Customize Tiles
On the Start screen, right-click anywhere, then click Customize at the bottom right of the screen. Now click on any tile that you want to modify. Once a tile is selected, you can use the bottom toolbar to unpin the tile from your Start screen, resize a tile or uninstall the tile’s related app. Click and drag on a tile to move it to a different space.
02: Picture passwords
Open the Settings charm and select ‘Change PC settings’. Click on Accounts and select ‘Sign-in options’. Click Add under ‘Picture password’. Here you can import an image from your computer and create a unique gesture that must be applied to the image every time you sign in to gain access to the computer. This tool will give you an even more secure system.
03: Family Safety
If you want to keep family members safe when using Windows 8 and browsing online, or set up restrictions for certain apps, check out Windows 8’s new Family Safety settings. From the Start screen, open the Search charm and look for Family Safety. Open Family Safety settings. Select the user you want to allocate web filtering and limits to.

04: Reading Lists
There is so much information available online nowadays that it can be near impossible to keep track of what you want to read. Use the Reading List app to bookmark specific articles you find within any of your apps or while browsing the web. You can then come back to them at a later date and you’ll find them neatly organized and ready to be read.
05: Split screen
Once you start using split screens in Windows 8, you won’t be able to live without them. View and browse through multiple apps at the same time by holding down   and tapping the left arrow. Once in split-screen mode, you can adjust the divider by clicking and dragging on it. Press   and the up arrow to display your open apps.


06: Categorize apps
Add some order to your apps. Click and drag a tile to the right of your screen. When a light blue vertical bar appears, let go to create a new group for the app. Right-click and click on Customize to display the titles for all of your categories. Now click on a group name
to rename it to something appropriate for the type of apps that it is storing.
07: Share anything
It can take users a long time to discover how to use the Share charm effectively. The easiest thing to remember is that no matter what app, software or webpage you are on, you can open up the Share charm and select from a variety of sharing options, such as Email or the People app. Different apps will provide different sharing options.


08: Pinning
Pinning is a Windows term for bookmarking an app, document, folder or piece of information to your Start screen, so that it stays there. Most of Windows 8’s native apps offer a pinning function. For example, if you find a holiday destination in the Bing Travel app that you want to view later, just right-click and select ‘Pin to Start’, thereby creating a tile for what you’vejust pinned.
09: Customize your native apps:
All of the pre-installed Bing apps on your Windows machine can be customized to present you with the content that interests you most. Within a Bing app, right-click and select Customize. As an example, in the Bing News app you can select different categories of news that you want fed to your app and its Start screen tile.


10: Connect with apps
It may seem like an obvious suggestion, but a lot of the sites that you’ll be accessing through a web browser have their own apps available in the Windows Store. Hugely popular websites like Netflix and Facebook have their own apps, as well as widely used software such as Skype. Browse the Store to find your favourite sites and software in app form.