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Google 2-Step Verification

Why you need it ?

It’s easier than you think for someone to steal your password

Any of these common actions could put you at risk of having your password stolen:

  • Using the same password on more than one site
  • Downloading software from the Internet
  • Clicking on links in email messages

2-Step Verification can help keep bad guys out, even if they have your password.


Imagine losing access to your account and everything in it

When a bad guy steals your password, they could lock you out of your account, and then do some of the following:

  • Go through – or even delete – all of your emails, contacts, photos, etc.
  • Pretend to be you and send unwanted or harmful emails to your contacts
  • Use your account to reset the passwords for your other accounts (banking, shopping, etc.)
How it works ?

Signing in to your account will work a little differently

Keep sign-in simple

During sign-in, you can choose not to use 2-Step Verification again on . From then on, that computer will only ask for your password when you sign in.

You’ll still be covered, because when you or anyone else tries to sign in to your account from , 2-Step Verification will be required.

How it protects you
Your password 2-Step Verification

An extra layer of security

Most people only have one layer – their password – to protect their account. With 2-Step Verification, if a bad guy hacks through your password layer, he’ll still need your phone or Security Key to get into your account.

Sign in will require something you know and something you have

With 2-Step Verification, you’ll protect your account with something you know (your password) and something you have (your phone or Security Key).


Verification codes made just for you

Codes are uniquely crafted for your account when you need them. If you choose to use verification codes, they will be sent to your phone via text, voice call, or our mobile app. Each code can only be used once.

See Features to learn about backup options for times when your phone is not available.



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How to Get to Safe Mode in Windows 10

In Windows 10, many troubleshooting processes require you to enter into Safe Mode before resolving your issues. You can get to Windows 10 Safe Mode in two different ways.

If the operating system is able to boot successfully and allows you to log on to your computer with an administrator account, entering into Windows 10 Safe Mode should be easy (and so would rectifying the issue). If you are able to log on to the Windows with an administrator account, the OS has no startup related issue and you can get to the Safe Mode by following the instructions below:

  1. Log on to the Windows 10 computer with any administrator account.
  2. Once on the desktop screen, press the Windows + R keys simultaneously on the keyboard.
  3. In the available field of the opened Run command box, type MSCONFIG and press Enter.
  4. From the System Configuration box, go to the Boot tab.
  5. Under the Boot options section, check the Safe boot checkbox.
  6. Click OK, and when prompted, click Restart to start Windows 10 in Safe Mode. Alternatively you can also click the Exit without restart button to continue working with the OS, and allow Windows 10 to boot in safe mode the next time the computer starts.

On the other hand, if Windows 10 doesn’t boot properly or no longer allows you to log on with an administrator account, you can enable the legacy Advanced Boot Options menu that allows you to press F8 upon statup. It will display the additional boot options from which you can get to the safe mode in Windows 10.
You can enable the Advanced Boot Options menu by following the below instructions.

  1. Power on your PC.
  2. Use the appropriate key(s) to enter into the BIOS setup.
  3. Configure your PC’s BIOS to use CD/DVD drive as the first boot device.
  4. Insert the Windows 10 bootable disc, save the BIOS settings, and restart the computer with the Windows 10 DVD.
  5. On the first displayed screen, click Next, and then click Repair your computer from the next box.

  6. From the Choose an option window, go to Troubleshoot > Advanced options > Command Prompt.

  7. In the opened command-line interface, type C: and press Enter.
  8. Once the first commend executes successfully, type BCDEDIT /SET {DEFAULT} BOOTMENUPOLICY LEGACY command and press Enter.

    Note: The above command enables the legacy Advanced Boot Options menu that you can access by pressing the F8 key during the computer startup. To disable this, you can follow the above steps, and use the BCDEDIT /SET {DEFAULT} BOOTMENUPOLICY STANDARD command instead and press Enter.
  9. In the command line-interface itself, this time type EXIT and press Enter.
  10. Eject the inserted Windows 10 bootable disc.
  11. Back on the Choose an option window, click Continue.
  12. Optionally, revert the BIOS settings back to default or set the hard disk drive as the first bootable device, and restart the computer.
  13. Once the computer shuts down and begins to restart, start pressing the F8 key repeatedly until you see the Advanced Boot Options menu.
  14. When displayed, use the arrow keys to go to (highlight) the Safe Mode option and press Enter to start Windows 10 in safe mode.

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How To Setup a USB Flash Drive to Install Windows 10, 8, or 7

If you have a computer and would like to install Windows, you may be wondering how to do it without a clunky external DVD Drive. Today we show you how to install Windows from a USB flash drive.

Installing Windows 7, 8, or 10 from a flash drive is essentially the same as installing it from a DVD. Most of the work is setting up your flash drive so it becomes a bootable device with the OS on it. Here we will take a look at a couple of utilities that will allow you to easily create a bootable USB drive and copy Windows to it.

Note: You’ll need a minimum of a 4GB flash drive to dedicate to the installation files.

First, Download Windows USB/DVD Download Tool (for any version of Windows)

First, you’ll need to download and install the tool from Microsoft’s website, and then you’ll need to make sure that you have an ISO image of Windows 7, 8, or 10. This also works with Vista or XP, of course, but most people wouldn’t be installing those these days.

If you have issues using the tool, you might want to reformat your drive as NTFS beforehand, which you can do by right-cicking the drive icon in Windows Explorer.


Creating a USB Drive with the Windows Installer

It’s a pretty straight forward process, first browse to the location of your Windows ISO file and click Next.

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Select USB device…this also helps you burn the ISO to DVD as well if you need that option.

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Choose your flash drive and click Begin copying.

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Now just wait for the process to complete. The drive will be formatted and files copied to the flash drive.

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When the process is finished you will be able to see the files on the flash drive as you would if you opened the installation disc. Now you can start the installation on any computer that allows you to boot from a USB drive.

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Update: this utility distributes adware so we’re not linking to it anymore.

If you want to transfer a Windows 7 installation disc to USB…another super easy utility to use is WinToFlash. Just follow through the straight forward wizard, and you’ll be ready to install Windows 7 from your flash drive in no time.


The neat thing about this utility is it also offers different advanced features and tasks for other versions of Windows too.


It’s as easy as choosing the location of the Windows installation disc and the USB drive. Where in this example the DVD is drive (E:) and the flash drive is (F:). They recommend to turn off your Antivirus to increase the process speed, but we had MSE running on our machine and it didn’t seem to affect performance at all.


Next, you’ll need to agree to the Windows 7 EULA and hit continue.


Now just wait until the drive is formatted and the files are transferred over to the USB drive. The amount of time it takes will vary between systems. In our test it took around 10 minutes to complete over to an 8GB flash drive.


That’s it! Now the drive is ready so you can install Windows 7 on your netbook or any other computer that supports booting from a USB drive.



WinToFlash is still in Beta and doesn’t require installation to use. Microsoft’s tool apparently became Open Sourced recently, requires installation, and a few other requirements like .NET Framework. Both of these tools are free and each one works a bit differently, so you’ll need to decide which will work best in your situation.  If you don’t want to manually create a bootable flash drive and copy the install files over, then you might want to check out these extremely simple to use utilities.

Download WinToFlash (Because there is adware in this application we’ve removed the link)

Download Windows 7 USB/DVD Download Tool

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Resize a picture using Paint

You can change the size or resolution of a digital picture by changing:

  • The number of pixels. The resolution, or sharpness, of a picture is determined by the number of pixels it has. More pixels improve the resolution of a picture, which allows you to make a larger print without reducing visual quality. Keep in mind, however, that the more pixels a picture has, the larger its file size will be.

  • The file size. The amount of space a picture takes up on your computer and how long it takes to send as an e-mail attachment is determined by the picture's file size. Although more pixels often means a larger file size, the picture's file type (JPEG or TIFF, for example) usually has more to do with file size. For example, a picture saved using TIFF will be much larger than the same picture saved using JPEG. This is because JPEG pictures can be compressed, which makes the file smaller at the cost of slightly lower visual quality.

    If the picture isn't already a JPEG, you can usually save a significant amount of space by saving the file as a JPEG, and then deleting the original TIFF version from your computer. For information about saving a picture as a different type of picture file using Paint, see Change a picture's file type (file format) using Paint.

To resize a picture using Paint

  1. Open Paint by clicking the Start button Picture of the Start button, clicking All Programs, clicking Accessories, and then clicking Paint.

  2. Click the Paint button Picture of the Paint button, click Open, click the picture you want to resize, and then click Open.
  3. On the Home tab, in the Image group, click Resize.

  4. In the Resize and Skew dialog box, select the Maintain aspect ratio check box so that the resized picture will have the same aspect ratio as the original picture.

    If the Maintain aspect ratio check box is selected, you only need to enter the horizontal value (width) or vertical value (height). The other box in the Resize area is updated automatically.

  5. Do one of the following in the Resize area, and then click OK:

    • To resize your picture by a certain percentage, click Percentage, and then enter a percentage to reduce the width by in the Horizontal box or a percentage to reduce the height by in the Vertical box.

    • To resize the picture so it's a specific size, click Pixels, and then enter a new width in the Horizontal box or new height in the Vertical box.

  6. Click the Paint button Picture of the Paint button, point to Save as, and then click the picture file type for the resized image.
  7. Type a new file name in the File name box, and then click Save.

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How to Root Android without Computer (APK ROOT without PC)

How to Root Android without Computer (APK ROOT without PC)

Kingo Android Root has launched its APK Root for Android, which provides a universal one-click Android root solution for Android users. It is easy to use and saves the trouble to connect to PC via USB cable.

Before jumping into the rooting process, please make sure you get everything right beforehand.

  • Device powered on.
  • At least 50% battery level.
  • Internet connection necessary (Wi-Fi network suggested).
  • Allow installation of apps from unknown sources.

Root Android Without PC Step by Step

Step 1: Free download KingoRoot.apk.

You can directly download this apk file to your Android device by clicking the link above and then install it.

Kingo Root Apk Download Button

If Chrome has warned you about KingoRoot.apk, click "OK" to proceed.

Kingo Root Apk Download

If you are using PC to view this tutorial, you have three choices.

  • You can use the PC Version of Kingo Android Root , which has a higher success rate.
  • You can visit APK Root for Android on your mobile and download the file on your device.Kingo Root Apk Website
  • You can download KingoRoot.apk on your PC, transfer it to your Android device and then find the file via File Explorer and install it.

Step 2: Install KingoRoot.apk on your device.

If you didn't check "Unknown Sources" in Settings > Security, then during installation, you will get a prompt "Install blocked", stating that "For security, your phone is set to block installation of apps obtained from unknown sources". Just follow phone instructions and install Kingo Root on your device.

Step 3: Launch "Kingo ROOT" app and start rooting.

Kingo Root is very user-friendly and easy to use. Click "One Click Root" to start the rooting process.Kingo Root Apk Main Interface

Step 4: Waiting for a few seconds till the result screen appear.

Kingo Root Apk Rooting

Step 5: Succeeded or Failed.

Kingo Root Apk Root Succeed

NOTE If your device is not supported by Kingo or it fails to root, here are some tips for you.

  1. Go Troubleshoot sector.
  2. Save the log file. How to save log of Kingo Android Root?
  3. Email us to with detailed information of your device such as device model, build number, kernel version and else. Attach the log file would be better.
  4. Follow us on Facebook (Kingoapp), reply to any post or send us a message.
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