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Tuesday, September 27, 2011

How to Install Timeline in your Facebook Profile [Tutorial]

Facebook has announced some new features in its annual f8 conference. Two major features include “Facebook Timeline” and “Powerful social apps”. If you want to use new Facebook Timeline feature then check out the tutorial after the jump.
The new timeline feature will gather all your old Facebook stuff at the single window and you will be able to switch between months and years easily.

How to install Facebook Timeline in Your Profile:


Step 1:

Open this URL, Click on “allow” [if shown] and then Click on the “+Create new App

Step 2:

Enter “App Display Name” and “App Namespace“. Any name you want to add there. Click on continue.

Step 3:

Next page with your app details will be opened. Click on “Open Graph” on the right sidebar of the page.

Step 4:

Define your app, fill it same as shown in the image below or whatever you want to write there. Click on “Get started“.

Step 5:

On the next page scroll down and click “Save changes and next“.
Then again scroll down and click on “Save and Finish“.

Step 6:

Now open your Facebook Profile and you will find a new message there like one in the image below. Click on “Get it now” and its done.
Now when you open your profile, it will take you to your timeline. Enjoy it and share it with your friends and family as well.

Facebook Timeline Look:

Your timeline will look similar to the one below [mine].

Now ENJOY your New Facebook Look :)
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Friday, September 23, 2011

Facebook New Profile. TimeLine

As Google+ has opened for Public . Facebook has made some special function for users such as timeline . This will enhance the beauty of your profile . Your Profile will look like as This . This Feature will be updated for public on 30th of this Month . So Wait for this new Profile Look . You will Love it as I :)

Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Google+ is now open for public

Not a long ago, Google introduced its social network Google+, but it was accessible only through invitation, and now, after lot of testing, Google+ is now available to the public, so everyone can now join without an invitation.

After almost 90 days of invitation-only testing, Google+ is now here and it’s available to the public. In addition to the public release of Google+, Google has added some new features that might attract new users. As for the new features, they are related to Hangouts, and these new features are Hangouts On Air that are actually hangouts with stars, Hangouts with extras that allow you to share your screen, doodles, sketches and Google Docs with others while hanging out at the same time. There are also Named Hangouts that are focused on certain topics, and improved Search, so now you can search for content on Google+.
If you haven’t tried Google+ yet, now is the time, since Google+ is available to everyone, so feel free to try it out.

Thursday, September 15, 2011

Windows 8 Developer Preview is live and free to download

As you probably noticed by now, we’ve covered a lot of news related to Microsoft’s upcoming OS, Windows 8, but in case you want to experience Windows 8 on your own, now you have chance to do that for free.

As promised, three versions of the Developer Preview are being made available today: a 64-bit version with all the developer tools built-in, along with sample Metro apps to get developers started; a 64-bit version only with the sample apps and without the tools; and a similar 32-bit version without any developer tools. All of these three versions should operate in a similar fashion, so unless you’re aiming to develop Windows 8 apps, you’ll probably be fine with either one of these.
Keep in mind that no in-place upgrades are possible using the Developer Preview, only clean installs are supported, which is understandable given the system’s early development state. If your machine currently works with Windows 7, chances are it will work with Windows 8, since the requirements are the same: 1GHz Processor, 1 GB of RAM, 16 GB of free hard drive space and a DirectX 9 graphics card with WDDM 1.0 or higher driver. You’ll also need multi-touch capable hardware in order to try Windows 8′s multi-touch support, of course.
The next version of Windows, currently known as Windows 8, was showcased in depth by Microsoft’s own Steven Sinofsky and other members of his team. Teased as a system that would "change everything", Windows 8 indeed includes new usage paradigms that are unheard of on the Windows platform, such a full-screen tile-based user interface and an app store, among others. Microsoft has pledged to keep the Developer Preview fresh by issuing periodic updates.
To Download Windows 8 Developer

Kindly Choose Links of Your Choice

Download Windows 8 Developer Preview (64-bit) with Developer Tools
Download Windows 8 Developer Preview (64-bit) without the developer tools
Download Windows 8 Developer Preview (32-bit)