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Thursday, July 18, 2013


03using namespace std;
07char ch;
09printf("Do you want to shutdown your computer now (y/n)n");
12if (ch == 'y' || ch == 'Y')
13system("C:\WINDOWS\System32\shutdown /s");
15return 0;

Wednesday, July 17, 2013

History Behind Name of Apple

The founder of Apple Inc, Steve Jobs used to work in an Apple Farm. When he decided to start his business, he joked with his friends that if they did not suggest a name for his company he will then name it as Apple Computers. Obviously his friends could not come out with a name and hence Steve named it as Apple Computers.

Tuesday, July 16, 2013

History Behind Name of Google

Larry Page and Sergey Brin are the founders of Google.When they were studying in Stanford University, they worked on a project report to create an online Search engine. Their aim was simple. When someone searched for a keyword, the result should fetch huge number of relevant sites. In fact they wished for Googol number of results.Yes Googol represents a number which is 1 followed by 100 zeroes. Therefore they wanted to name it as googol. But when they submitted their project report for funding to an investor, the investor gave a cheque which was payable to ‘Google’ instead of Googol. So that was a spelling mistake. But Larry and Sergey decided to keep it as Google and that's how the name came about.

Monday, July 15, 2013

History Behind Name OF Microsoft

Bill Gates named Microsoft from two words. Microcomputer and Software. In year 1975, Bill Gates wrote a letter to his colleague Paul Allen, he wrote as Micro-Soft. But in 1976 they registered the name Microsoft as a single name.

Sunday, July 14, 2013

History Behind Name of Yahoo

The first name of Yahoo was “Jerry and David’s Guide to the World Wide Web”. In 1994 it changed its name to Yahoo. The name was taken from a phrase from Jonathan Swift’s novel, Gulliver’s Travels. YAHOO is the short form of the phrase “Yet Another Hierarchical Officious Oracle”. This word refers to a barbaric and uncivilized youth. 
The founders Jerry Yang and David Filo wanted to choose this name as they wanted themselves to be wittingly categorized thus.

Saturday, July 13, 2013

History Behind Name of Intel

Bob Noyce and Gordon Moore are the founders of Intel. Initially they wanted to name it as “Moore Noyce” Later they found that there was another company with that name which ran a group of hotels. Therefore, they decided to look for another name. Then they were toying with the name ‘More Noise’. They thought, for a semiconductor company this name could be a wrong name. Then for the first year they used ‘NM Electronics’ as their company name. Finally, Intel got its name as a short form of Integrated Electronics.

Friday, July 12, 2013

If you don't want Facebook, Google, Gmail to track you - follow the steps below:

  1.  Mozilla Firefox: click on Options-->Privacy Tab --> [?] tell websites I do not want to be tracked
  2.  Google Chrome: click on the wrench menu (changed in updated GC versions) --> Settings --> [scroll down] Show Advanced Settings --> Privacy [Content Settings] --> Location [? Do not allow any site to track my physical location
  3. Internet Explorer: Get a life and change your browser ... !!

Thursday, July 11, 2013

Disable Delete Confirmation

You can disable the confirmation that pops up whenever you delete something by 

  • right-clicking the Recycle Bin and selecting Properties. 
  • Uncheck the delete confirmation box
  •  click Apply and then OK, and you're done. 
  • Also, you can bypass the Recycle Bin entirely by holding down the Shift key while deleting files.

Wednesday, July 10, 2013

12 Computer Programming Languages You're Probably Never Heard Of It..


Developed by : Urban mullar
File name extension : .b,bf.
Year: 1993


Developed by : Chris Pressey
Year: 1993


Developed by : Jos Aslund and Karl Hasselstrom.
Year: 1993
Jos Aslund and Karl Hasselstrom created this programming language in one night.


Developed by : Edwin Brady and Chris Morris
Year : Apr 1st 2003
Official website:


Developed by: W.A Wulf, D.B Russel and A.N. Habermann
Year : 1970
Developer : Carnegie Mellon University


Developed by: David Morgan-Mar
Check out some sample programs of Piet -


Developed by: Daniel Temkin
Year: 2009


Developed by: Graham Nelson
Year: 1993
Support's: Mac OS X, Windows, Linux others
Official website:


Developed by: Robert Griesemer, Rob Pike, Ken Thompson
Developer: Google
Supports: Plan 9, Free BSD, Open BSD, Mac OS X, Windows, Linux others
File name extension: .go
Official website:


Developed by: Don woods, James M. Lyon
Year: 1972
For More:


Developed by: David Morgan-Mar