Monday, September 16, 2019

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*ખુબજ અગત્યની માહિતી*  👌🏻👌🏻      *જરૂર સાચવી ને રાખશો*

*💱 સંખ્યા અને નંગ : 💱*

▪૧૨ નંગ = ૧ ડઝન
▪૧૪૪ નંગ = ૧ ગ્રોસ
▪૧૨ ડઝન = ૧ ગ્રોસ
▪૨૦ નંગ = ૧ કોડી
▪૧ રીમ = ૫૦૦ કાગળ
▪૧ ધા = ૨૪ તા
▪૧ રીમ = ૨૦ ઘા

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     🏋   વજન   🏋

▪૧ પાઉન્ડ {રતલ}= ૦.૪૫ કિ.ગ્રા
▪૧ કિ.ગ્રા. = ૨.૨૧ પાઉન્ડ
▪૧ ગ્રામ = ૧૦૦૦ મીલી ગ્રામ
▪૧ ક્વિન્ટલ = ૧૦૦ કિલોગ્રામ
▪૨૦ કિ.ગ્રા. = ૧ મણ
▪૧ ટન = ૧૦૦૦ કિલોગ્રામ
▪૧ તોલા = ૧૧.૬૬ ગ્રામ
▪૨૦ મણ = ૧ ખાંડી
▪૫ મણ = ૧ ગુણી

    📚    *🛣   અંતર   🛣*

▪૧ ઈંચ = ૨.૫૪ સે.મી.
▪૧૦ મીલીમીટર = ૧ સેન્ટીમીટર
▪૧ મીટર = ૩૯.૩૭ ઈંચ
▪૧ ચો.ફુટ = ૯૨૯ ચો.સેમી.
▪૧ ફુટ = ૩૦.૪૮ સે.મી.
▪૧૦ સેમી = ૧ ડેસીમીટર
▪૧૦ મીટર = ૧ ડેકામીટર
▪૧ વાર = ૩ ફુટ
▪૧ માઈલ = ૧૬૦૯ મીટર
▪૧ માઈલ = ૧.૬૧ કિ.મી.

*🌊   પ્રવાહી માપ   🌊*

▪૧ લિટર = ૧૦૦૦ મીલીલિટર
▪૧૦૦૦ લિટર = ૧ કિલો લિટર
▪૧ કિલો લિટર = ૧ ઘન મીટર
▪૧ ગેલન = ૪.૫૪૬ લિટર
▪૧ લિટર = ૦.૨૨ ગે

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    *⏰  સમય  ⏰*

▪૬૦ વિપળ = ૧ પળ
▪૬૦ પળ = ૧ ઘડી
▪૨.૫ પળ = ૧ મિનિટ
▪૧ ધડી = ૨૫ મિનિટ
▪૨.૫ ધડી = ૧ કલાક
▪૩ કલાક = ૧ પહોર
▪૬૦ વિકલા = ૧ કલા
▪૬૦ કલા = ૧ અંશ
▪૮૦૦ કલા = ૧ નક્ષત્ર
▪૨૦૦ કલા = ૧ નવાંશ
▪૩૦ અંશ = ૧ રાશિ
▪૬૦ અંશ = ૧ ચક્ર
▪૧ સેકન્ડ = ૧૫ વિકલા
▪૪ સેકન્ડ = ૧૫ વિકલા
▪૪ મિનિટ = ૧ કલા
▪૧ કલાક = ૧૫ અંશ
▪૨ કલાક = ૧ રાશિ
▪૨૪ કલાક = ૩૬૦ અંશ

  💁કેટલા ગણું 💁

▪ડેકા = દસ ગણું
▪હેક્ટો = સો ગણું
▪કિલો = હજાર ગણું
▪મેગા = દસ લાખ ગણું
▪જિગા = અજબ ગણું
▪ટેરા = હજાર અબજ ગણું
▪પેટા = દસ લાખ અબજ ગણું
▪એકસા = અબજનું અજબ ગણું

🤷🏻‍ કેટલા ભાગનું 🤷🏻‍

▪ડેસી = દશમાં ભાગનું
▪સેન્ટી = સો માં ભાગનું
▪મિલી = હજારમાં ભાગનું
▪માઈક્રો = દસ લાખમાં ભાગનું
▪નેનો = અબજમાં ભાગનું
▪પેકો = હજાર અબજમાં ભાગનું
▪ફેમટો = દસ લાખ અબજમાં ભાગનું
▪એટ્ટો= અબજ અબજમાં ભાગનું
  
*📓જમીનના - કદના માપનું કોષ્ટક*

1 એકર=40 ગુંઠા,       1 એકર=4840 વાર
1 એકર=43560 ફૂટ,  1 એકર=0.4047 હેકટર
1 એકર=2.5 વીઘા,     1 વીઘા =16 ગુંઠા
1 વીઘા =16 ગુંઠા,       1 વીઘા =17424 ફૂટ
1 હેક્ટર =6.25 વીઘા,  1 ગુંઠા =101.2 મીટર
1 ગુંઠા =121 વાર,       1 ગુંઠા =1089 ચો. ફૂટ
1 મીટર =100 સે.મી.,  1 મીટર =3.28 ફૂટ ,39.37ઈંચ
1 મીટર =1,196 વાર,  1 ચો.મીટર =10.76 ફૂટ
1 વાર =3 ફૂટ,             1 વાર =0.9144 મીટર
1 ચો. વાર =9 ફૂટ        1 ફૂટ =0.3048 મીટર,
1 ઈંચ =25.3 મી. મી.  1 મીટર =1000 મી.મી.
1 ગજ =2 ફૂટ,            1 ગજ =0.61 મીટર
1 કડી =2 ફૂટ,             1 કડી =0.61 મીટર
1 સાંકળ =16 કડી,      1 સાંકળ =10.06 મીટર
1 સાંકળ =33 ફૂટ,        1 કિ.મી. =1000 મીટર
1 કિ.મી.=0.6215માઈલ,1 માઈલ =1609 મીટર
1 કિ.મી. =3280.80 ફૂટ, 1 ફલાંગ =660 ફૂટ
1 ફલાંગ =201,17 મીટર  1 ઘન મીટર =1000 લિટર
1 ઘનફૂટ =0.2831 ઘનમીટર
1 ઘનમીટર =35.31 ઘનફૂટ, 1 ઘન સેમી =1 સીસી   
1 સીસી =1 મિ.લિ.,            1 સીસી =1 ગ્રામ
1 લિટર =1000 સી.સી.,     1 લિટર =1 કિ.ગ્રા.
1ઘનફૂટ =28.317 લિટર     1 લિટર =0.2205 ગેલન
1 ઘનફૂટ =6.24 ગેલન,       1 લિટર =2.205 પાઉન્ડ
1 ઘનમીટર =1000 કિગ્રા    1 ઘનફૂટ =62.4 પાઉન્ડ
1 ગેલન =10 પાઉન્ડ
ગાયકવાડી (અમરેલી વિસ્તાર)
1 વસા =1280 ચો.ફૂટ  ,     1 વસા =118.91 ચો.મી.
1 એકર =34.03 વસા,       1 વીઘા =20 વસા V6
1 વીઘા =23.51 ગુંઠા,        1 એકર =1.7015 વીઘા
1 વસા =142.22 ચો.વાર

*પ્લિઝ શેર કરજો.*

Short form

*Useful information*

1. *PAN*
Permanent Account Number.

2. *PDF*
Portable Document format.

3. *SIM*
Subscriber Identity Module.

4. *ATM*
Automated Teller Machine.

5. *IFSC*
Indian Financial System Code.

6. *FSSAI(Fssai)*
Food Safety & Standards
Authority of India.

7. *Wi-Fi*
Wireless Fidelity.

8. *GOOGLE*
Global Organization Of
Oriented Group
Language Of Earth.

9. *YAHOO*
Yet Another Hierarchical
Officious Oracle.

10. *WINDOW*
Wide Interactive Network
Development for
Office work Solution.

11. *COMPUTER*
Common
Oriented Machine.
Particularly United
and used under Technical
and Educational Research.

12. *VIRUS*
Vital Information
Resources Under Siege.

13. *UMTS*
Universal
Mobile Telecommunicati ons
System.

14. *AMOLED*
Active-Matrix Organic Light-
Emitting diode.

15. *OLED*
Organic
Light-Emitting diode.

16. *IMEI*
International Mobile
Equipment Identity.

17. *ESN*
Electronic
Serial Number.

18. *UPS*
Uninterruptible
Power Supply.

19. *HDMI*
High-Definition
Multimedia Interface.

20. *VPN*
Virtual Private Network.

21. *APN*
Access Point Name.

22. *LED*
Light Emitting Diode.

23. *DLNA*
Digital
Living Network Alliance.

24. *RAM*
Random Access Memory.

25. *ROM*
Read only memory.

26. *VGA*
Video Graphics Array.

27. *QVGA*
Quarter Video
Graphics Array.

28. *WVGA*
Wide video Graphics Array.

29. *WXGA*
Widescreen Extended
Graphics Array.

30. *USB*
Universal Serial Bus.

31. *WLAN*
Wireless
Local Area Network.

32. *PPI*
Pixels Per Inch.

33. *LCD*
Liquid Crystal Display.

34. *HSDPA*
High Speed Down link
Aacket Access.

35. *HSUPA*
High-Speed Uplink
Packet Access.

36. *HSPA*
High Speed
Packet Access.

37. *GPRS*
General Packet
Radio Service.

38. *EDGE*
Enhanced Data Rates
for Globa Evolution.

39. *NFC*
Near
Field Communication.

40. *OTG*
On-The-Go.

41. *S-LCD*
Super Liquid
Crystal Display.

42. *O.S*
Operating System.

43. *SNS*
Social Network Service.

44. *H.S*
HOTSPOT.

45. *P.O.I*
Point Of Interest.

46. *GPS*
Global
Positioning System.

47. *DVD*
Digital Video Disk.

48. *DTP*
Desk Top Publishing.

49. *DNSE*
Digital
Natural Sound Engine.

50. *OVI*
Ohio Video Intranet.

51. *CDMA*
Code Division
Multiple Access.

52. *WCDMA*
Wide-band Code
Division Multiple Access.

53. *GSM*
Global System
for Mobile Communications.

54. *DIVX*
Digital Internet
Video Access.

55. *APK*
Authenticated
Public Key.

56. *J2ME*
Java 2
Micro Edition.

57. *SIS*
Installation Source.

58. *DELL*
Digital Electronic
Link Library.

59. *ACER*
Acquisition
Collaboration
Experimentation Reflection.

60. *RSS*
Really
Simple Syndication.

61. *TFT*
Thin Film Transistor.

62. *AMR*
Adaptive
Multi-Rate.

63. *MPEG*
Moving Pictures
Experts Group.

64. *IVRS*
Interactive
Voice Response System.

65. *HP*
Hewlett Packard.

*Do we know actual full form*
*of some words???*

66. *NEWS PAPER =*
North East West South
Past and Present
Events Report.

67. *CHESS =*
Chariot,
Horse,
Elephant,
Soldiers.

68. *COLD =*
Chronic,
Obstructive,
Lung,
Disease.

69. *JOKE =*
Joy of Kids
Entertainment.

70. *AIM =*
Ambition in Mind

71. *DATE =*
Day and Time Evolution.

72. *EAT =*
Energy and Taste.

73. *TEA =*
Taste and Energy
Admitted.

74. *PEN =*
Power Enriched in Nib.

75. *SMILE =*
Sweet Memories
in Lips Expression.

76. *ETC. =*
End of
Thinking Capacity.

77. *OK =*
Objection Killed.

78. *Or =*
Orl Korec
(Greek Word)

Monday, September 2, 2019

Very useful computer full form.

Computer full form :-

ALU : Arithmetic logic unit

AC : Alternating Current

AM : Amplitude Modulated

AMD : Advanced Micro Devices, Inc.

AMI : American Megatrends Inc.

ANSI : American National Standards Institute

APIC : Advanced Programmable Interrupt Controller

APM : Advanced Power Management

ASCII : American Standard Code for Information Interchange

ASIC : Application Specific Integrated Circuit

ASPI : Advanced SCSI Programming Interface

AT : Advanced Technology

ATA : AT Bus Attachment

ATAPI : ATA Packet Interface

ATM : Asynchronous Transfer Mode

BBS : Bulletin Board System

BCC : Block Check Character

BSC : Binary Synchronous Communications

BSD : Berkeley Standard Distribution

BTU : British Thermal Units

BCD : Binary Coded Decimal

BIOS : Basic Input / Output System

BNC : Bayonet Nut Connector

BPS/bps : Bytes/bits Per Second

CAM : Computer Aided Manufacturing

CAD : Computer Aided Design

CAS : Column Address Strobe

CPU :  Central Processing Unit

CPI : Clocks Per Instruction

CR : Carriage Return

CUI :  Composite User Interface

CRT : Cathode Ray Tube

CRC : Cyclical Redundancy Check

CD : Carrier Detect & Compact Disc

CD-R : Compact Disc-Recordable

CD-RW : Compact Disc-ReWritable

CD-ROM : Compact disc read-only memory

CGA : Color Graphics Adapter

CHS : Cylinder Head Sector

COMPUTER : Common Oriented Machine Particularly Used for Trade Education and Research

CMOS : Complementary Metal-Oxide Semiconductor

CSR : Command Status Register

CTS : Clear To Send

DVI : Digital Visual Interface

DVD : Digital Video Disc or Digital Versatile Disc

DAT : Digital Audio Tape

DC : Direct Current

DCD : Data Carrier Detect

DCE : Data Circuit-terminating Equipment

DD : Double Density

DEC : Digital Equipment Corporation

DIP : Dual-In-line Package

DMA : Direct Memory Access

DMI : Desktop Management Interface

DOS : Disk Operating System

DPE : Data Parity Error

DRAM : Dynamic Random Access Memory

DS : Double Sided

DSP : Digital Signal Processor

DSR : Data Set Ready

DTC : Data Terminal Controller

DTE : Data Terminating Equipment

DTR : Data Terminal Ready

EBCDIC : Extended Binary Coded Decimal Interchange Code

EC : Error Check

ECC : Error Check and Correction

ECP : Enhanced Communication Port

ECU : EISA Configuration Utility

EDO : Extended Data Out RAM

EEPROM : Electrically Erasable Programmable Read Only Memory

EGA : Enhanced Graphics Adapter

EIA : Electronic Industries Association

EIDE : Enhanced Integrated Device Electronics

EISA : Enhanced Industry Standard Architecture

EMI : Electro-Magnetic Interference

EMF : Electro-Magnetic Force

EMS : Expanded Memory Specification

EOF : End Of File

EOL : End Of Line

EPP : Enhanced Parallel Port

EPROM : Erasable Programmable Read Only Memory

ESCD : Extended System Configuration Data

ESD : Electro-Static Discharge

ESDI : Enhanced Small Devices Interface

FTP : File Transfer Protocol

FAT : File Allocation Table

FCC : Federal Communications Commission

FDD : Fixed/Floppy Disk Drive

FDDI : Fiber Distributed Data Interface

FDM : Frequency Division Multiplexing

FDX : Full-Duplex Transmission

FE : Front End

FEP : Front End Processor

FF : Form Feed

FIFO : First-In First-Out

FILO : First-In Last-Out

FM : Frequency Modulation

FPGA : Field Programmable Gate Array

FPM : Fast Page Mode RAM

FPU : Floating Point Unit

FRC : Functional Redundancy Checking

FRU : Field-Replaceable Unit

FSF : Free Software Foundation

FSK : Frequency Shifty Keying

GUI : Graphical user interface

GAS : Gallium Arsenide

GFLOPS : Billions of Floating Point Operations Per Second

HTML : Hyper Text Markup Language

HD : High Density / Hard Disk

HDD : Hard Disk Drive

HDX : Half-Duplex Transmission

HFS : Hierarchical File System

HPFS : High Performance File System

IBM : International Business Machines, Indian Bureau of Mines

I/O : Input/Output

IC : Integrated Circuit

IDE : Integrated Device Electronics

IEEE : Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers

IMP : Interface Message Processor

IPC : Inter Process Communication

IPX : Inter networ
k Packet eXchange

IRQ : Interrupt ReQuest

ISA : Industry Standard Architecture

ISDN : Integrated Services Digital Network

ISO : International Standards Organization

ISP : INTERNET SERVICE PROVIDER

JFS : Journalized File System

KNI : Katmai New Instructions

KVA : KiloVolt-Amps

LBA : Linear Block Array / Addressing

LCD : Liquid crystal display

LAN : Local area network

LOGO : Language of Graphic-Oriented

LED : Light Emitting Diode

LF : Line Feed

LIM : Lotus/Intel/Microsoft’s Expanded Memory Manager

LRU : Least-Recently Used

LSB/lsb : Least Significant Byte/bit

LSI : Large Scale Integration

LUN : Logical Unit Number

LASER : Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation

MAN : Metropolitan area network

MIPS : Microprocessor without Interlocked Pipeline Stages

MSo : Micro Soft Office, Multi system operator

MB/Mb : Mega Bytes/bits

MBR : Master Boot Record

MCA : Micro Channel Architecture

MCGA : Multi-Color Graphics Array

MCM : Multi-Chip Module

MDRAM : Multi-bank RAM

MFLOPS : Millions of FLOating Point Operations per Second

MFM : Modified Frequency Modulated

MHz : MegaHertz

MICR : Magnetic Ink Character Recognition

MIDI : Musical Instrument Data Interface

MIMD : Multiple-Instruction Multiple-Data

MISD : Multiple-Instruction Single Data

MMX : Multi-Media Extensions

MNP : Microcom Network Protocol

MODEM : MOdulator / DEModulator

MOPS : Millions of Operations Per Second

MOS : Metal-Oxide Semiconductor

MP : Multi-Processor

MPP : Massively Parallel Processor

MPS : Multi-Processor System

MSB/msb : Most Significant Byte/bit

MSDOS : Microsoft’s Disk Operating System

SI : Medium Scale Integration

MTBF : Mean Time Between Failure

N/C : No-Connect

NBS : National Bureau of Standards

NEMA : National Electrical Manufacturers Association

NFS : Network File System

NFU : Not-Frequently Used

NMI : Non-Maskable Interrupt

NMOS : Negatively doped Metal-Oxide Semiconductor

NOP : No OPeration NRU Not-Recently Used

NSF : National Science Foundation

NVRAM : NonVolatile Random Access Memory

OCR : Optical Character Recognition

ODI : Open Data link Interface

OEM : Original Equipment Manufacturer

OS : Operating System

OSF : Open Software Foundation

OSI : Open Systems Interconnect

PAL/PLA : Programmable Array Logic / Logic Array

PB : Push Button

PBX : Private Branch eXtender

PC : Personal Computer, Program Counter

PCB : Printed Circuit Board

PCI : Peripheral Component Interconnect

PCM : Pulse Code Modulation

PCMCIA : Personal Computer Memory Card International Association

PE : Processor Element

PFF : Page Fault Frequency

PGA : Professional Graphics Array

PGA : Pin Grid Array

PIC : Programmable Interrupt Controller

PIO : Programmed Input / Output

PIROM : Processor Information ROM

PLCC : Plastic Leaded Chip Carrier

PLL : Phase Locked Loop

PM : Preventive Maintenance

PMOS : Positively doped Metal-Oxide Semiconductor

PnP : Plug-and-Play

POST : Power On Self Test

PPP : Point-to-Point Protocol

PQFP : Plastic Quad Flat Pack

PROM : Programmable Read Only Memory

PSTN : Public Switched Telephone Network

PTE : Page Table Entry

QAM : Quadrature Amplitude Modulation

QFP : Quad Flat Pack

QIC : Quarter Inch Cartridge

RAM : Random-access memory

RAID : Redundant Arrays of Inexpensive Disks

RAMDAC : Random Access Memory Digital to Analogue Converter

RAS : Row Address Strobe

RCA : Radio Corporation of America

RCC : Routing Control Center

RDRAM : Rambus DRAM

RFC : Request For Comments

RFI : Radio Frequency Interference

RI : Ring Indicator

RISC : Reduced Instruction-Set Computer

RLL : Run Length Limited

RMS : Root Mean Squared

RMW : Read Modify Write

ROM : Read Only Memory

RPC : Remote Procedure Call

RPM : Rotations Per Minute

RTC : Real Time Clock

RTS : Request To Send

SAM : Sequential Access Memory

SASI : Shugart Associates Standard Interface

SCSI : Small Computer Systems Interface

SD : Single Density

SDLC : Synchronous Data Link Control

SDRAM : Synchronous Dynamic RAM

SDRAM DDR : Double Data Rate SDRAM

SDRAM BDDR : Bi-Directional Strobed DDR SDRAM

Saturday, August 17, 2019

Computer Short Cut Key.

Important Shortcut Keys System

CTRL+A. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Select All
CTRL+C. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Copy
CTRL+X. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Cut
CTRL+V. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Paste
CTRL+Z. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Undo
CTRL+B. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Bold
CTRL+U. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Underline
CTRL+I . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Italic
F1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Help
F2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Rename selected object
F3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Find all files
F4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Opens file list drop-down in dialogs
F5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Refresh current window
F6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Shifts focus in Windows Explorer
F10 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Activates menu bar options
ALT+TAB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Cycles between open applications
ALT+F4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Quit program, close current window
ALT+F6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Switch between current program windows
ALT+ENTER. . . . . . . . . . . . . . Opens properties dialog
ALT+SPACE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . System menu for current window
ALT+¢ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . opens drop-down lists in dialog boxes
BACKSPACE . . . . . . . . . . . . . Switch to parent folder
CTRL+ESC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Opens Start menu
CTRL+ALT+DEL . . . . . . . . . . Opens task manager, reboots the computer
CTRL+TAB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Move through property tabs
CTRL+SHIFT+DRAG . . . . . . . Create shortcut (also right-click, drag)
CTRL+DRAG . . . . . . . . . . . . . Copy File
ESC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Cancel last function
SHIFT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Press/hold SHIFT, insert CD-ROM to bypass auto-play
SHIFT+DRAG . . . . . . . . . . . . Move file
SHIFT+F10. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Opens context menu (same as right-click)
SHIFT+DELETE . . . . . . . . . . . Full wipe delete (bypasses Recycle Bin)
ALT+underlined letter . . . . Opens the corresponding menu
PC Keyboard Shortcuts
Document Cursor Controls
HOME . . . . . . . . . . . . . . to beginning of line or far left of field or screen
END . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . to end of line, or far right of field or screen
CTRL+HOME . . . . . . . . to the top
CTRL+END . . . . . . . . . . to the bottom
PAGE UP . . . . . . . . . . . . moves document or dialog box up one page
PAGE DOWN . . . . . . . . moves document or dialog down one page
ARROW KEYS . . . . . . . move focus in documents, dialogs, etc.
CTRL+ > . . . . . . . . . . . . next word
CTRL+SHIFT+ > . . . . . . selects word
Windows Explorer Tree Control
Numeric Keypad * . . . Expand all under current selection
Numeric Keypad + . . . Expands current selection
Numeric Keypad – . . . Collapses current selection
¦ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Expand current selection or go to first child
‰ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Collapse current selection or go to parent
Special Characters
‘ Opening single quote . . . alt 0145
’ Closing single quote . . . . alt 0146
“ Opening double quote . . . alt 0147
“ Closing double quote. . . . alt 0148
– En dash. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . alt 0150
— Em dash . . . . . . . . . . . . . . alt 0151
… Ellipsis. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . alt 0133
• Bullet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . alt 0149
® Registration Mark . . . . . . . alt 0174
© Copyright . . . . . . . . . . . . . alt 0169
™ Trademark . . . . . . . . . . . . alt 0153
° Degree symbol. . . . . . . . . alt 0176
¢ Cent sign . . . . . . . . . . . . . alt 0162
1⁄4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . alt 0188
1⁄2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . alt 0189
3⁄4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . alt 0190
PC Keyboard Shortcuts
Creating unique images in a uniform world! Creating unique images in a uniform world!
é . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . alt 0233
É . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . alt 0201
ñ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . alt 0241
÷ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . alt 0247
File menu options in current program
Alt + E Edit options in current program
F1 Universal help (for all programs)
Ctrl + A Select all text
Ctrl + X Cut selected item
Shift + Del Cut selected item
Ctrl + C Copy selected item
Ctrl + Ins Copy selected item
Ctrl + V Paste
Shift + Ins Paste
Home Go to beginning of current line
Ctrl + Home Go to beginning of document
End Go to end of current line
Ctrl + End Go to end of document
Shift + Home Highlight from current position to beginning of line
Shift + End Highlight from current position to end of line
Ctrl + f Move one word to the left at a time
Ctrl + g Move one word to the right at a time
MICROSOFT® WINDOWS® SHORTCUT KEYS
Alt + Tab Switch between open applications
Alt +
Shift + Tab
Switch backwards between open
applications
Alt + Print
Screen
Create screen shot for current program
Ctrl + Alt + Del Reboot/Windows® task manager
Ctrl + Esc Bring up start menu
Alt + Esc Switch between applications on taskbar
F2 Rename selected icon
F3 Start find from desktop
F4 Open the drive selection when browsing
F5 Refresh contents
Alt + F4 Close current open program
Ctrl + F4 Close window in program
Ctrl + Plus
Key
Automatically adjust widths of all columns
in Windows Explorer
Alt + Enter Open properties window of selected icon
or program
Shift + F10 Simulate right-click on selected item
Shift + Del Delete programs/files permanently
Holding Shift
During Bootup
Boot safe mode or bypass system files
Holding Shift
During Bootup
When putting in an audio CD, will prevent
CD Player from playing
WINKEY SHORTCUTS
WINKEY + D Bring desktop to the top of other windows
WINKEY + M Minimize all windows
WINKEY +
SHIFT + M
Undo the minimize done by WINKEY + M
and WINKEY + D
WINKEY + E Open Microsoft Explorer
WINKEY + Tab Cycle through open programs on taskbar
WINKEY + F Display the Windows® Search/Find feature
WINKEY +
CTRL + F
Display the search for computers window
WINKEY + F1 Display the Microsoft® Windows® help
WINKEY + R Open the run window
WINKEY +
Pause /Break
Open the system properties window
WINKEY + U Open utility manager
WINKEY + L Lock the computer (Windows XP® & later)
OUTLOOK® SHORTCUT KEYS
Alt + S Send the email
Ctrl + C Copy selected text
Ctrl + X Cut selected text
Ctrl + P Open print dialog box
Ctrl + K Complete name/email typed in address bar
Ctrl + B Bold highlighted selection
Ctrl + I Italicize highlighted selection
Ctrl + U Underline highlighted selection
Ctrl + R Reply to an email
Ctrl + F Forward an email
Ctrl + N Create a new email
Ctrl + Shift + A Create a new appointment to your calendar
Ctrl + Shift + O Open the outbox
Ctrl + Shift + I Open the inbox
Ctrl + Shift + K Add a new task
Ctrl + Shift + C Create a new contact
Ctrl + Shift+ J Create a new journal entry
WORD® SHORTCUT KEYS
Ctrl + A Select all contents of the page
Ctrl + B Bold highlighted selection
Ctrl + C Copy selected text
Ctrl + X Cut selected text
Ctrl + N Open new/blank document
Ctrl + O Open options
Ctrl + P Open the print window
Ctrl + F Open find box
Ctrl + I Italicize highlighted selection
Ctrl + K Insert link
Ctrl + U Underline highlighted selection
Ctrl + V Paste
Ctrl + Y Redo the last action performed
Ctrl + Z Undo last action
Ctrl + G Find and replace options
Ctrl + H Find and replace options
Ctrl + J Justify paragraph alignment
Ctrl + L Align selected text or line to the left
Ctrl + Q Align selected paragraph to the left
Ctrl + E Align selected

Monday, June 3, 2019

Get Scared

......... *GET* *SCARED* ..........

(1) The stomach is scared when you do not have breakfast in the morning.

(2) The kidneys are afraid when you do not even drink 10 glasses of water in 24 hours.

(3) The gallbladder is scared when you do not even sleep until 11 o'clock and do not wake up to the sunrise.

(4) The small intestine is scared when you eat cold and stale food.

(5) Large intestines are scared when you eat more fried and spicy food.

(6) The lungs are scared when you breathe in smoke, dirt and polluted environment of cigarettes and bidi.

(7) The liver is scared when you eat heavy fried food, junk, and fast food.

(8) The heart is afraid when you eat your meal with more salt and cholesterol.

(9) The pancreas is scared when you eat more sweet because of the taste and freely available.

(10) Eyes are scared when you work in the light of mobile and computer screen in the dark.

And

(11) The brain is scared when you start thinking negative thoughts.

Take care of the parts of your body and do not scare them.

All these parts are not available in the market. Those available are very expensive and probably cannot be adjusted in your body. So keep your body parts healthy. Make regular Yoga, Meditation or any kind of activities so that you can stay healthy.

Saturday, January 5, 2019

Useful numbers

👉ALL IN ONE CUSTOMER CARE NUMBERS

Amazon
180030009009

Flipkart
18002089898

BookMyShow
02261445050

Myntra
08061561999

Paytm
012038883888

PaytmMall
01133776677

Shopclues
01244414888

Jabong
01246128000

eBay
18002093229

YepMe
01166372424

Croma
07207666000

👉Tatacliq
09029108282

SnapDeal
09212692126

FirstCry
02046608100

Infibeam
07971510000

Swiggy
08060006600

Zomato
01130806376

FoodPanda
09555598888

PepperFry
02261576157

Lenskart
09999899998

Coolwinks
01244445800

BigBasket
18601231000

Grofers
01133552400

ZopNow
08030752433

HomeShop18
18001031818

Redbus
186030010101

MakeMyTrip
18001028747

Yatra
18602000900

ClearTrip
09595333333

MyVishal
01130017604

Big Bazar
18002002255

Koovs
01246770000

Nykaa
09222201010

Ola
02233553355

Uber
01139586568

Droom
1800407070707

NaapTol
09223537000

PayPal
18004199833

Friday, October 12, 2018

Short forms

*Useful information*
🕸🕸🕸🕸🕸🕸🕸

1. *PAN*
Permanent Account Number.

2. *PDF*
Portable Document format.

3. *SIM*
Subscriber Identity Module.

4. *ATM*
Automated Teller Machine.

5. *IFSC*
Indian Financial System Code.

6. *FSSAI(Fssai)*
Food Safety & Standards
Authority of India.

7. *Wi-Fi*
Wireless Fidelity.

8. *GOOGLE*
Global Organization Of
Oriented Group
Language Of Earth.

9. *YAHOO*
Yet Another Hierarchical
Officious Oracle.

10. *WINDOW*
Wide Interactive Network
Development for
Office work Solution.

11. *COMPUTER*
Common
Oriented Machine.
Particularly United
and used under Technical
and Educational Research.

12. *VIRUS*
Vital Information
Resources Under Siege.

13. *UMTS*
Universal
Mobile Telecommunicati ons
System.

14. *AMOLED*
Active-Matrix Organic Light-
Emitting diode.

15. *OLED*
Organic
Light-Emitting diode.

16. *IMEI*
International Mobile
Equipment Identity.

17. *ESN*
Electronic
Serial Number.

18. *UPS*
Uninterruptible
Power Supply.

19. *HDMI*
High-Definition
Multimedia Interface.

20. *VPN*
Virtual Private Network.

21. *APN*
Access Point Name.

22. *LED*
Light Emitting Diode.

23. *DLNA*
Digital
Living Network Alliance.

24. *RAM*
Random Access Memory.

25. *ROM*
Read only memory.

26. *VGA*
Video Graphics Array.

27. *QVGA*
Quarter Video
Graphics Array.

28. *WVGA*
Wide video Graphics Array.

29. *WXGA*
Widescreen Extended
Graphics Array.

30. *USB*
Universal Serial Bus.

31. *WLAN*
Wireless
Local Area Network.

32. *PPI*
Pixels Per Inch.

33. *LCD*
Liquid Crystal Display.

34. *HSDPA*
High Speed Down link
Aacket Access.

35. *HSUPA*
High-Speed Uplink
Packet Access.

36. *HSPA*
High Speed
Packet Access.

37. *GPRS*
General Packet
Radio Service.

38. *EDGE*
Enhanced Data Rates
for Globa Evolution.

39. *NFC*
Near
Field Communication.

40. *OTG*
On-The-Go.

41. *S-LCD*
Super Liquid
Crystal Display.

42. *O.S*
Operating System.

43. *SNS*
Social Network Service.

44. *H.S*
HOTSPOT.

45. *P.O.I*
Point Of Interest.

46. *GPS*
Global
Positioning System.

47. *DVD*
Digital Video Disk.

48. *DTP*
Desk Top Publishing.

49. *DNSE*
Digital
Natural Sound Engine.

50. *OVI*
Ohio Video Intranet.

51. *CDMA*
Code Division
Multiple Access.

52. *WCDMA*
Wide-band Code
Division Multiple Access.

53. *GSM*
Global System
for Mobile Communications.

54. *DIVX*
Digital Internet
Video Access.

55. *APK*
Authenticated
Public Key.

56. *J2ME*
Java 2
Micro Edition.

57. *SIS*
Installation Source.

58. *DELL*
Digital Electronic
Link Library.

59. *ACER*
Acquisition
Collaboration
Experimentation Reflection.

60. *RSS*
Really
Simple Syndication.

61. *TFT*
Thin Film Transistor.

62. *AMR*
Adaptive
Multi-Rate.

63. *MPEG*
Moving Pictures
Experts Group.

64. *IVRS*
Interactive
Voice Response System.

65. *HP*
Hewlett Packard.

*Do we know actual full form*
*of some words???*

66. *NEWS PAPER =*
North East West South
Past and Present
Events Report.

67. *CHESS =*
Chariot,
Horse,
Elephant,
Soldiers.

68. *COLD =*
Chronic,
Obstructive,
Lung,
Disease.

69. *JOKE =*
Joy of Kids
Entertainment.

70. *AIM =*
Ambition in Mind

71. *DATE =*
Day and Time Evolution.

72. *EAT =*
Energy and Taste.

73. *TEA =*
Taste and Energy
Admitted.

74. *PEN =*
Power Enriched in Nib.

75. *SMILE =*
Sweet Memories
in Lips Expression.

76. *ETC. =*
End of
Thinking Capacity.

77. *OK =*
Objection Killed.

78. *Or =*
Orl Korec
(Greek Word)

79. *Bye =*♥
Be with You Everytime.