How to display hidden files in your pen drive?

Follow all the steps given below. 

1) Click on the below link and download the file "AutorunExterminator" 

2) Extract it --> Double-click on "AutorunExterminator" --> Plug your pendrive now. This will remove the autorun.inf files from drives and plug your pen drive to remove the autorun.inf file from it also. 

(Note : Make sure Dot Net Framework is installed in your PC.  OR download the Dot Net Framework. ) 

3) Click on "Start" -->Run --> type CMD and press Enter. 

(Note: Here I assume your pendrive drive letter as G: )

4) Enter this command.  attrib -h -r -s /s /d g:\*.* 

(Note : Replace the letter G: with your pen drive letter.)

Now the hidden files in your pen drive/Usb will be displayed. 

Credits : Jack4Rall

How to get 134 GB free cloud storage?

Cloud storage has become an integral part of our modern, mobile lives. Services such as Google Drive, Dropbox, OneDrive, iCloud and Box all vie to hold our vital data on their servers.

Here is a list of the top cloud services and how you can achieve 134 GB storage absolutely free by utilizing them.

1) Dropbox -  Dropbox provides 2 GB of free cloud storage to every user and you can also earn upto 16 GB of additional free storage by referring Dropbox to your friends. 

2) Google Drive:  Google Drive comes with a particularly generous 15 GB of cloud storage when you link a Google account to it.

3) OneDrive – This is Microsoft’s cloud storage service previously known as SkyDrive. Microsoft is giving away 15 GB of free cloud storage to its users. You can get an additional 5 GB by referring your friends and 3 GB more by enabling photo backup.

4) Box -  Most people are less familiar with Box as they have focused most of their efforts on enterprise-level solutions for larger businesses. Box still offers solid personal storage options, however, with a generous 10 GB of space for any new account. 

4) MediafireMediafire provides 10 GB storage to every new user and you can also earn upto 32 GB of additional free storage by referring Mediafire to your friends. 

5) Firedrive – Firedrive makes this list because of the immense 20 GB of free space the company gives new members, nearly a fully-upgraded Dropbox account.

6) Amazon Cloud Drive - Amazon has its own cloud storage solution to take on the likes of Google and Microsoft. The focus of Cloud Drive is simpler than its counterparts, in that there are no fancy plug-ins or web-based Office suites to add productivity to your data. But you still get a good 5 GB of cloud storage.

7) Bitcasa - Bitcasa is a cloud storage service that lays emphasis on the privacy of your data. All data you store on Bitcasa is encrypted before upload and only you can view them. Bitcasa provides 5 GB of free cloud storage and you can access your data from 3 different devices.

8) Adrive - Adrive's Personal plan provides users with 50GB of FREE online file storage and additional features to backup, share, edit, and access your data from anywhere you have Internet access.

9) SpiderOak -  This is one more cloud storage service that lays more emphasis on your data privacy. SpiderOak provides a meager 2 GB of free cloud storage which can be expanded upto 10 GB by referring friends (you get 1 GB for every friend you refer to the service).

How to protect your computer with free software?

Many users buy various Internet Security and Anti-virus software to keep their computers safe from viruses, spywares and other malwares out there. But If you like to protect your computer without spending a dime, one software is not gonna be enough. Here is a list of free software, which are specialized to handle different threats:

1) Anti-Virus: Is used to block Viruses, Spyware and Malware and permanently deletes files securely. Free Anti-viruses don't provide real-time protection, meaning you need to schedule scans daily/weekly based on your security purpose. Don't worry free Anti-virus these days can detect viruses as good as any paid software can. 

For free anti-virus, I recommend:

2) Spyware: Whether you like it or not, your computer is always at risk of becoming infected with viruses, worms, Trojans, rootkits, dialers, spyware, and malware of every kind. Malicious software is constantly evolving and becoming harder to detect and remove, Spyware is the worst of them all. it can hide in your computer and record your keystrokes and eventually steal your personal information ie., your passwords, credit card information.  

For free anti-spyware, I recommend:

3) Firewall: Finally every computer needs a decent firewall to protect unwanted programs from gaining internet access and administrative privileges. A firewall is basically a  protective barrier between you and the rest of the computers you are connected to. Most firewalls will alert you about suspicious incoming traffic and also deflects the attack, and gives you a warning about it. But a good firewall will also warn you about suspicious outgoing traffic So the best firewalls do both - tell you about incoming and outgoing traffic.

For free firewall, I recommend:

How to stop the SMPS fan Noise?

It is tricky process and do it on your own risk. If you are sure the noise is coming from SMPS then unplug it wait for 5 minutes open it and remove the fan from it. Rotate it by hand and see if has any broken thing if not clean it with a little paint brush and then remove the sticker on the motor of the fan which is covering the hole. Then pour one drop only(only one drop or the whole assembly of the fan will be flooded ) of machine oil in it. Rotate slowly with hand. apply the sticker back. and after 5-10 times of operation it will give no noise. I have tried this process on my 7 years old CPU fans and they are running great. 

Important Note: Also you need to remove dust from the power supply just don't touch any part with hand and remove dust only by soft brush not with blower or something like that. Again do it on your own risk and if you are not comfortable with this let the professional do it.