How do I download or save a YouTube video to my computer?

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YouTube has been designed to only allow users to watch and view videos on their website. Many users want to save their favorite videos to their computer so they can watch them without being connected to the Internet or so they can watch them on other devices. Below are the steps required for downloading and watching YouTube videos on your computer for free.
Caution: These services can be used to save any flash videos online and can be used to save adult related videos, which unfortunately means when viewing these pages you may be subjected to adult related content.

Getting the YouTube file to your computer

Today, there are several online websites that allow you to enter the URL of the video you wish to save to your computer, and get a link to download the file. Below is a short list of some of the more popular free websites.

Below is a brief description of how to save a video using Savevid. These steps are often very similar with other services used to save YouTube and other flash videos online.

  1. Go to the YouTube video page and copy the URL of the video you wish to save. For example, below is a URL to a video on YouTube.
  2. Once this address has been copied, visit SaveVid and paste that URL into the URL text field, then click the Submit or Download button.
  3. If done properly, the page should open a new window or display a link to each of the video formats that can be saved. Savevid will give you the option to save the video as FLV, 3GP, MP4 and WebM format. If you're wanting to watch this video on the computer we recommend saving the video as MP4 format.

Watching a FLV video on your computer

Once the .flv file has been downloaded to your computer, you'll need a player that supports .flv files. Below are a few suggestions.

VLC media player

Windows Media Player
Microsoft Windows users also have the ability of playing FLV files in Windows Media player with the right codec. Downloading and installing the CCCP codec will install this codec, as well as many other codecs you'll likely need in the future.

Converting the YouTube video to a different movie format

There are dozens of different software programs and online services available that will allow you to convert FLV files into another format. Below is a short listing of some of the free services and products we recommend.

Media Convert - An excellent online service that can convert FLV files into dozens of other formats.

Vixy - Another great online service that allows you to download and save YouTube video files to another format.

Additional information

  • See the YouTube definition for further information and related links.

How to check your internet speed

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Many of us are unaware of the speed provided by our ISP. The plan states something but speed experienced by end  users are different. most of us don't know the exact speed we are experiencing in our broadband or any net connection. 

This is my internet speed !

Here are some simple steps to check your internet speed.
  • Go to or click here
  • simply click on begin test.
  • and see the actual results with in few seconds.

Make your own Facebook Movie

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Hey friends! What's up 
Today I am sharing a cool stuff with you guys. How many of you want to make your own movie? 
So this new stuff can able to make your wish come true. Visit Timeline movie maker to make your own movie with facebook's events and publish it on your timeline. 

1. Visit here 

2. Click on make your movie (make sure you are online at facebook). 

3. Follow the further procedure and you will see your own facebook's video. 

while playing video

it will come while playing the video

See mine video   

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Best Apps for Women Concerned with Safety and Security

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The best way to minimize your chances of becoming a victim of violent crime (robbery, sexual assault, rape, domestic violence) is to identify and call on resources to help you out of dangerous situations. Whether you're in immediate trouble or get separated from friends during a night out and don't know how to get home, having these apps on your phone can reduce your risk and bring assistance when you need it. 

Since mobile phones have become ubiquitous, they can be used for security. Hence we bring you five such applications, which could be handy tools for your safety.

These apps will help you alert your near and dear ones, and tell them about your exact location in case of emergencies. 

Although several were originally developed for students to reduce the risk of sexual assault on campus, they are suitable for all women :

1. Circle of 6

Free Available on iPhone
This app is a must-have for any woman with an iPhone. Designed for college students, Circle of 6 is also useful for high school students or any female of any age who wants an easy-to-use system to alert friends when she's in a threatening situation. As fully functional as those apps which require you to subscribe to a monthly/yearly service plan, Circle of 6 has an unobtrusive screen that's simple to operate. Two taps will send out one of three predetermined text messages to 6 contacts of your choice including a call for help getting home that automatically includes an address and map of your exact location, or a request for a phone call from you to break up a tense situation. The app also contains pre-programmed national hotline numbers and a local number you can customize for campus security, police or 911. Circle of 6 is the winner of the Department of Health and Human Services / White House "Apps Against Abuse" Challenge and its four developers have significant expertise in the fields of sexual violence prevention, mobile technology, graphic design and healthy relationship building. Three in fact are women.

2. Fight back

This app is paid. 
Availability: All smartphones and Java-based feature phones

Fightback is an India specific application available for all types of mobile phones. Fightback uses GPS, SMS, location maps, GPRS, email and your Facebook account to inform your loved ones in case you are in danger. You can add up to five emergency contacts to the list. When the 'Panic' button is pressed from the mobile application, the portal alerts page gets updated with the live alert data and shows the location of the alert on the Google Map.

This will be visible to all the users of the web portal. The portal also sends out SMS messages to the mobile numbers pre-set by the user. When this hyperlink is clicked, it will show the location of the app user on Google Maps. The web portal also updates the user's Facebook status with the SOS message. This SOS message will be visible to all the friends who are connected to the user via Facebook.

When the Facebook message is clicked, it will take the Facebook friend to the web portal Alert Page, and will show the location of the mobile user when the SOS was raised, along with a time stamp. The mobile application user can avoid Facebook updates by changing the setting from the My Profile Page. 

3. Hollaback
Available on iPhone and Android
""Hollaback! You have the power to end street harassment" is the tag line for this app which tackles the crime one perpetrator at a time. Users can choose to take and upload a photo of their harasser "caught in the act" and submit their story to be recorded and mapped on This not only signals the perpetrator that his image will be shared and posted on a street harassment prevention website, but also warns others of areas in which harassment occurs. Hollaback's premise is that "street harassment is a gateway crime that makes other forms of gender-based violence OK." They encourage users to submit stories and photos of street harassment at every level from catcalls from total strangers to groping hands on a crowded bus and individuals exposing themselves on a subway. An estimated 80-90% of women have been harassed in public, and as Hollaback's executive director Emily May explains, she has a ten-year goal -- to end street harassment so that she's out of a job. In addition to the apps and website, Hollaback is part of an international movement with locally-based Hollaback organizations in major cities and metropolitan areas in over 18 countries.

4. bSafe

Free and Subscription Versions
Available on iPhone, Android, BlackBerry
A personal safety alarm that sends an emergency message to your chosen contacts with the push of a single button, bSafe's slogan is "Never walk alone." The free version allows you to set up a safety net of "Guardians" who can respond to your SOS text message; one Guardian you designate will receive a phone call.(Both versions give you an unlimited number of Guardians available by text message; the subscription version gives you up to 3 Guardians who can be called simultaneously.) All Guardians receive a text message with a link to a map showing your location via GPS. You can also program a Fake Incoming Call if you are threatened, with six options for when the call should be initiated (immediately, 5 seconds, 15 seconds, 1 minute, 5 minutes, 10 minutes.) The subscription version of bSafe gives you two additional levels of safety: a Risk Mode with real time GPS tracking of your position, and a Timer Mode with automatic alarm activation (e.g. if you don't log in after the programmed time period, your Guardians will receive an alert with your entire route mapped out.) The cost for the bSafe Premium subscription is $1.99/month or $14.99/year. The original idea was developed by Silje Vallestad, a mom who wanted to use mobile technology to keep her kids safe. With no knowledge of the industry, she won a business plan competition and used the money to create a safety alarm for kids, BipperKids. When other women told her they were "borrowing" their kids phones for their evening runs, she created bSafe. 

5. SOS Whistle

Availability: All phones

SOS Whistle does not send an SOS or let your friends known where you are. Rather, as its name suggests, the app has a very simple function-to trigger a whistle. In fact, it can trigger a whistle sound even if the phone is in silent mode. Thus, it is a great app in times of danger to tell other passers-by of your situation. You don't even need a data connection or GPS service. You just have to tap the screen and the app will start an alarm. 

Download Interview Questions + Answers of C, C++, Java, etc

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Download Interview Questions + Answers of C, C++, Java, etc

All exclusive interview questions with their answers I am sharing today.This will be beneficial for students who are preparaing for the placement  in IT companies. All questions and answers are for technical interviews...

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1600 arrested for cyber crimes in India

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The government has recently said in Rajya Sabha that 1,600 arrests have been made related to cyber crimes under the Information Technology Act of 2000 as per news given in Rediff website.

Interestingly, while the number of arrests has been 1,600 and cases registered 3682, the conviction rate is a shocking seven, of which only three are significant.

The interesting aspect of these numbers is that the number of cyber crimes has gone up 10 fold in the past couple of years and legal experts would say that the reason for this is the low rate of conviction.

The data available with the National Crime Records Bureau reads thus: In the year 2007, the arrests made were 154 while in the following year it was 178. In the years 2009 and 2010 the number of persons arrested were 288 and 799 and in 2011 it was 1,184. This is clearly a huge rise in the number of arrests.

The NCRB records also show that 217,288, 420,966 and 1,791 cyber crime cases were registered under IT Act, 2000 during the years 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 and 2011.

While on one hand, it could be argued that the cyber police have become more pro active while on the other it could be said that the number of instances have gone up due to a weak law and also the fact that the number of convictions are at a miserable low.

As per the records maintained by the various cyber crime police stations in India, here are the crimes committed on the internet for which these people have been arrested: Source code attacks, hacking, obscenity, breach of confidentiality or privacy, mischief, criminal trespass, data theft, cheating, criminal intimidation and defamation.

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KeyBoard Shortcuts for Browsers - mozilla firefox, internet explorer, google chrome

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Each browser also has some of its own, browser-specific shortcuts, but learning the ones they have in common will serve you well as you switch between different browsers and computers. This list includes a few mouse actions, too.


Ctrl+1-8 – Switch to the specified tab, counting from the left.

Ctrl+9 – Switch to the last tab.

Ctrl+Tab – Switch to the next tab – in other words, the tab on the right. (Ctrl+Page Up also works, but not in Internet Explorer.)

Ctrl+Shift+Tab – Switch to the previous tab – in other words, the tab on the left. (Ctrl+Page Down also works, but not in Internet Explorer.)

Ctrl+W, Ctrl+F4 – Close the current tab.

Ctrl+Shift+T – Reopen the last closed tab.

Ctrl+T – Open a new tab.

Ctrl+N – Open a new browser window.

Alt+F4 – Close the current window. (Works in all applications.)

Mouse Actions for Tabs

Middle Click a Tab – Close the tab.

Ctrl+Left Click, Middle Click – Open a link in a background tab.

Shift+Left Click – Open a link in a new browser window.

Ctrl+Shift+Left Click – Open a link in a foreground tab.


Alt+Left Arrow, Backspace – Back.

Alt+Right Arrow, Shift+Backspace – Forward.

F5 – Reload.

Ctrl+F5 – Reload and skip the cache, re-downloading the entire website.

Escape – Stop.

Alt+Home – Open homepage.


Ctrl and +, Ctrl+Mousewheel Up – Zoom in.

Ctrl and -, Ctrl+Mousewheel Down — Zoom out.

Ctrl+0 – Default zoom level.

F11 – Full-screen mode.


Space, Page Down – Scroll down a frame.

Shift+Space, Page Up – Scroll up a frame.

Home – Top of page.

End – Bottom of page.

Middle Click – Scroll with the mouse. (Windows only)

Address Bar

Ctrl+L, Alt+D, F6 – Focus the address bar so you can begin typing.

Ctrl+Enter – Prefix www. and append .com to the text in the address bar, and then load the website. For example, type howtogeek into the address bar and press Ctrl+Enter to open

Alt+Enter – Open the location in the address bar in a new tab.


Ctrl+K, Ctrl+E – Focus the browser’s built-in search box or focus the address bar if the browser doesn’t have a dedicated search box. (Ctrl+K doesn’t work in IE, Ctrl+E does.)

Alt+Enter – Perform a search from the search box in a new tab.

Ctrl+F, F3 – Open the in-page search box to search on the current page.

Ctrl+G, F3 – Find the next match of the searched text on the page.

Other Functions

Ctrl+P – Print the current page.

Ctrl+S – Save the current page to your computer.

Ctrl+O – Open a file from your computer.

Ctrl+U – Open the current page’s source code. (Not in IE.)

F12 – Open Developer Tools. (Requires Firebug extension for Firefox.)
Ctrl+Shift+G, Shift+F3 – Find the previous match of the searched text on the page.

History & Bookmarks

Ctrl+H – Open the browsing history.

Ctrl+J – Open the download history.

Ctrl+D – Bookmark the current website.

Ctrl+Shift+Del – Open the Clear Browsing History window.

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8 great reasons why Windows 8 is great for education

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Here are 8 great reasons why Windows 8 is great for education:

1. No compromises: When it comes to technology decisions, schools often have to compromise. We hear from schools that they want the form factor of a tablet, but what they really need is the power of PC to meet their educational goals. They want a device that is very secure, runs powerful software and legacy applications, allows multiple user login, long battery life, instant on and works within their budget for procurement, deployment and management of the devices.  Windows 8 moves schools beyond compromise bringing together a tablet form factor with the power and flexibility of a PC. They’re no longer limited by challenges they’ve historically faced.

2. The cloud foundation: With Windows 8, we put “the cloud” at the center of the operating system so students and teachers can easily access their information, collaboration and productivity tools.  SkyDrive and Office 365 for education are central to the Windows 8 experience. This offers a flexible, anywhere, anytime learning experience across a range of different devices, both in and out of the classroom.

3. It saves time and money and safeguards kids: Windows 8 reduces ongoing management costs and provides enterprise-grade security and reliability. Beyond protecting your devices and your data, Windows 8 provides facilities to protect your students online and offline with Do Not Track on by default and group policy.  In addition, Windows 8 offers enhanced parental controls and a ‘Family Safety Activity Report’ so parents have insight into their child’s computer activity.

4. Accessibility plus: Windows 8 is optimized for a first-class touch experience, but equally comfortable with keyboard and mouse or pen.   In addition, there are many assistive technologies build in such as handwriting recognition with digital ink, speech and gesture tracking.

5. Real productivity: Windows 8 makes it possible for students or teachers to be as productive as they need. Imagine simultaneously watching a video while taking notes in OneNote, or the possibility of searching across an OS, the web and the cloud at once, while aggregating all findings in one place – it’s now possible and easy.  With split screen technology and easy switching between apps, multitasking is taken to a whole new level.

6. It opens students to the world of education apps: Windows 8 makes a wide range of content available, with the support of Flash and a rich set of applications like Khan Academy and the KNO reader, not to mention the 4.5 million existing Windows 7 apps.  Windows 8 fully embraces open standards like HTML5, CSS, and JavaScript across IE 10, so that publishers and partners can continue to build native and rich content experiences.

7. Connected classrooms and mobile learning: With Windows To Go students can pack up entire desktops and bring it along on a small bootable USB drive wherever they go. And mobile broadband is being built-in more devices every day.  No more searching and connecting to Wi-Fi hotspots. Windows 8 does it automatically, whether from the school bus, home or a relative’s house.

8. It’s cool, fast and fluid: Students will respond to it and teachers will find it easy and intuitive. It’s powerful yet fun, beautiful and simple.
At Microsoft, we believe that technology must be in service to each student’s unique journey for learning and life. Also, it has to serve teachers and administrators as they guide their students. It’s because of this belief that our technology, our partners, our ecosystem, and our people, are in service of that reality in our classrooms today. Windows 8 is an extension of that mission, and a huge step forward – serving those heroes in learning.


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Chhavi Rajawat, an MBA graduate, is India's youngest sarpanch

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For some people goals and aspirations never end and the quest for life goes on. Chhavi Rajawat, a merit finder and an optimist who came out of the box of monotony and went back to her village in Rajasthan to bring about the concept of management to sort out the problems existing there. Born in Jaipur, Rajasthan, Chhavi is from a small village called Soda in Malpura tehsil, Tonk district. She did her schooling from Rishi Valley School (Andhra Pradesh) and Mayo College (Ajmer), and went to Lady Shri Ram College, University of Delhi for graduation. An MBA graduate, Chhavi utilizes her business management degree to take care of her village better.

Chhavi Rajawat of Soda village, is India's youngest and only Sarpanch with an MBA degree. She is the changing face of rural Rajasthan who has fought against all odds for the development of her village.
- Started Rajiv Gandhi Sewa Kendra under NREGA for her village
- Opened up a Cafe to support the development of Soda village due to lack of funds
- Represented India in the 11th Info-Poverty World Conference held at the United Nations.
Among the several projects that she has taken up to name a few are, water conservation by desilting 10 acres out of 100 acres of the main reservoir to conserve rain water, the only source for safe drinking water for the villagers, construction of drains, solar power in three villages. "But construction of toilets in each of the houses in Soda (total number of houses is 900) that the BPL/SC women here have demanded is still awaiting government funding. It was to be done through NREGA," said Chhavi.

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Kapil Sibal's official website hacked by Anonymous

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The website of India's Union Minister for Communication, Information and Technology has reportedly been hacked. Notorious hacking group Anonymous claimed responsibility for the attack.

In their latest attack on Friday, the hacking group managed to hijack Kapil Sibal's official website

The about page of the website was hacked to read: "Kapil Sibal is the world's biggest retard. Born with a below 60 IQ he thought he could mess with the Internet and let the elite of his party suppress freedom of speech."

While the Constituency page of this website has a picture of Kapil Sibal playing the popular television game 'Kaun Banega Crorepati' (KBC). The question reads as 'Which of these things can be harmful for the country?' And the four options listed are Me, Freedom, Me and Me. Freedom amongst these four options has been highlighted as in the game to connote the right answer.

Anonymous claimed responsibility for the attack via their Twitter account @opindia_revenge saying they hacked the website because "He (Sibal) had used the words 'Victims of freedom of Expression'. He is hiding the fact that #66A is breaking the internet media."

As of writing this report, the site has been taken down and the message reads: "This website is currently under maintenance."Earlier in the month of June, the Anonymous had hacked into Relaince servers and Reliance Communications customers were unable to access Facebook, Twitter and other sites for several hours. Later in the month, MTNL's website became their next victim as the hacking group claimed that they were opposing "censorship" of the Internet.
This group also held protests in several Indian cities in June 2012 against what they claimed as 'growing censorship of Internet by the government' in the country. Held under the banner of worldwide group of web hacking activists 'Anonymous', youngsters wearing 'Guy Fawkes' masks held protests in 16 cities including Bangalore, Pune and Chandigarh, the group claimed on their website. 


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Indian Student Entrepreneur Wins Intel Global Challenge: Neha Juneja

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Neha Juneja, a Student social entrepreneur, her company Greenway Grameen Infra won the 2012 Intel Global Challenge at Haas School of Business, University of California, Berkeley, receiving $50,000 on November 9 amongst more than 150,000 students from more than 50 countries.

The Intel Global Challenge is a joint project of Intel and the UC Berkeley Lester Center for Entrepreneurship. Started in 2005, it rewards student entrepreneurs a total of $100,000 for innovative ideas that can make a positive impact on society.

Juneja, 27, co-founder and chief executive officer who had also won the Businessworld Young Entrepreneur Award in 2011 said, "I was surprised because the other participants were very good.
All of them had unique ideas, so I was a little nervous. It's like getting a dream award. This award is very important. Very!"

Juneja came up with this idea after a visit to a village in Wardha, Maharashtra, where she saw a small home with a television, refrigerator, mobile phones, and motorbike. Yet the lady of the house was cooking on a mud stove.

To develop the product, Juneja travelled to 22 states in India, understanding cooking habits across the country for a year. In this one year, she tested nine different designs before finalizing the Greenway stove that costs $23 and consumes one-third of the fuel a mud stove consumes. Also, unlike mud stoves, it does not produce carbon monoxide in the smoke.

Juneja says she and her five member team never thought of this as a social venture. They always considered it a business opportunity.

Neha has been involved in executing climate change mitigation and adaptation projects across the country. She has organized community-led projects and need-analysis consulting in a wide array of areas including agro forestry, primary energy supply and water access. Beyond this, she has been internationally recognized for her excellence in product design. In addition to the numerous awards she has helped GGI secure, Neha was named 2010's Brightest Young Climate Leader by the Hindustan Times & British Council. She earned her MBA from FMS, Delhi and a B.E. in Production & Industrial Engineering, as well as undergoing training on climate change mitigation and adaption at the Swedish Meterological & Hydrological Institute. 

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