Thursday, November 7, 2013

I'm going to tell you this straightly. this is an excellent way to earn money. but... this has a kind of a risky situation of doing this. it doesn't need to adding 2 or 3 posts to teach this. you can start this thing just after reading only this post carefully top to bottom. Thats it.. Lets start the work..!!
The specialty of this method is, all we need is only a paypal account. But we need to have a general knowledge about paypal and a paypal account that can do transactions. This means you need to have a verified paypal account witch can be used to buy things on ebay And make sure the account is linked with a credit card. if you know nothing about paypal. just click here.

As i told you first. I found out this method from a Russian blog. As it says.. this isn't an "Internet Money" method. this is a mothod witch is currently useing by the company GMX to upgrade the amount of paypal transactions via them. They have selected and awarded as "the company that has the most paypal transactions of the year " for last 4 years continuously
But the thing is they have lost a Large number of paypal transactions this year. so they are in a fear that they are not going to have the award this year for the 5th time. So they have started to do paypal transactions with genaral paypal account holders. They are doing benefit to the general people to doing the transaction with them.
so what we are going to do is a very little thing. think if you sent 1$ to the GMZ paypal ID; then they will send us 2$ within 12-24 hrs. you may got feared after hearing this. "I'm going to lost my money by trying to do this ". same to me..! i was also got feared after reading that Blog. I didn't think twice. whatever, it costs only 1$. So i sent it. next day when i logged into my paypal account i saw they have payed 2$. I got amazed. then i sent 3$. woow i got 6$ by next day. but i'm telling you guys.. if you are going to try this at your own send 1$ to them. it is the best way so far. As the blog mentioned, if you sent 5$ then it will return without doubling the amount you sent. well i didn't try that. Ok.. here's the id that we should send our money
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Churvin Ferasla is president of the gmx industryes
Step 1

log your Paypal account 

Step 2

Click  Send money Option  and type Id and amount like this picture.
Click continue 

Tomorrow you can see like this image..Wow!

All can earn money easily from this method .if you have any question.coment or contact me.thank you!

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Wednesday, February 6, 2013

Keyboard Commands

In order to use your computer effectively, you must interact with it using both the mouse and the keyboard. The above image of a keyboard may closely resemble (if it is not identical to) the keyboard in front of you; learning the function of just a few keys will help you to interact better with your computer and individual programs. The following is a list of commonly used keys that have special functions (keep in mind that key functions can change depending on which program you are using): 

1. Backspace: This key deletes letters backward.
2. Delete: This key deletes letters forward.
3. Shift: This key, when pressed WITH another key, will perform a secondary function. 
4. Spacebar: This key enters a space between words or letters. 
5. Tab: This key will indent what you type, or move the text to the right. The default indent distance is usually ½ inch. 
6. Caps Lock: Pressing this key will make every letter you type capitalized. 
7. Control (Ctrl): This key, when pressed WITH another key, performs a shortcut. 
8. Enter: This key either gives you a new line, or executes a command (pressed in a word processing program, it begins a new line). 
9. Number Keypad: These are exactly the same as the numbers at the top of the keyboard; some people find them easier to use in this position. 
10. Arrow Keys: Like the mouse, these keys are used to navigate through a document or page. 

The Mouse 

While the keyboard is primarily used to insert/input and manipulate text and numbers on a computer, the mouse is used mostly for navigating around the screen. Mice come in a variety of shapes and sizes. Some of the strangest-looking mice often look that way because they are designed to be more ergonomic than traditional mice.

The type of mouse that you choose to use is totally based on your preference—If you want a fancy mouse, that’s fine; if you prefer a simple mouse, that’s OK too. Each mouse, however different it may be, has similar functions. As you can see on the “traditional” model above, a traditional mouse has two buttons with a wheel between them (gray) that spins, called a “scroll wheel.” Both buttons can perform separate functions, and are referred to by which side of the mouse they are located on. Pressing the LEFT mouse button is called “left-clicking,” while pressing the RIGHT mouse button is called “right-clicking.”Left-clicking is used far more often than right clicking. For now, know that left-clicking is used to select or click on something, while right-clicking presents additional menu options.

Monday, February 4, 2013

Hardware / Software 

Computers use both hardware and software to perform their work. Think of hardware as the physical pieces of a computer—the monitor, the CPU, all the pieces and parts inside the CPU, the mouse, the keyboard, etc. Software, on the other hand, consists of programs that we use to interact with the computer. You can’t physically touch software like you can the keyboard, but you can still interact with it. A word processing program like Microsoft Word is a piece of software that you could use to type a grocery list. Games that you play on your computer are also considered software—it doesn’t have to be workrelated!

Information / Data 

Computers are designed to work with a type of information commonly referred to as “data.” Data comes in many forms, whether it is written data (such as a letter to a friend), audio data (like a song), video data (like a popular movie or DVD), and more. Certain types of software programs work with different types of data. For example, iTunes works primarily with audio data, while Microsoft Word, a word processing program, works
primarily with written data.The keyboard is just one of the ways in which you can create, interact with, and modify data. There are many ways to get data off of the computer, such as printing it out on
paper, copying it to a CD or flash drive, or publishing it to the Internet.

“My Computer is Possessed!”

It is a common misconception that computers have “a mind of their own.” Although computers can perform certain tasks much more easily and faster than humans (like counting, performing mathematical calculations, etc.), they are, in the end, machines and can’t think for themselves. It is safe to say that the computer cannot do anything that you do not tell it to do. Remember that you are in control of the computer, in the same way that you are in control of your car. Your car won’t move until you press your foot on the accelerator, and it won’t stop until you press the brake. Computers work in the same way.

Keeping Your Computer Healthy

In the end, computers are machines just like any other. Sometimes, although not often, they may malfunction, become stuck (or “frozen”), or may have a part that breaks and needs to be replaced. Just like your car or lawnmower, computers need to be maintained.Keeping your virus software up-to-date, installing updates for your operating system (e.g., Windows updates), and refraining from installing unnecessary programs will keep
your computer running smoothly and efficiently for a longer period of time. Consider it like an oil change.

Key Facts About Computers 

 A computer does not need to access the Internet in order to run properly.

 The Internet is a way of connecting to other computer users. You can connect to the internet using a phone line, a cable connection, or by using a wireless connecting device (wi-fi). For most home computer users, this is a paid service, though you can use the Internet for free in some public locations, like the library or a coffee shop.

 A computer will be able to perform most common functions (play music, type documents, edit pictures) and run programs without an Internet connection. However, to view a web page or send an e-mail, you will need an Internet connection.

 A computer needs an Operating System in order to work, though any new computer that you purchase will come with an operating system already installed. The most common operating systems are Microsoft Windows and Macintosh OS X

On any given day, you will encounter computer systems in much of what you do, even if you don’t realize it. The television channels you watch, the radio stations that you listen to, the car that you drive in, and even the cash register at the local grocery store are all controlled in some way by computer systems! They help us perform tasks, keep track of information, and even control the airplanes that fly above us. During the course of this class, you will learn about how computers work, how to perform simple tasks, and more. 

Anatomy of a Computer

As with most products, computers are designed in a variety of ways. There are, however,major similarities regardless of the brand (e.g., Dell, Apple, Acer, HP, Lenovo) of the computer. There are two main types of computers, desktops and laptops. However, all computers have the following components: 

The monitor looks like a television screen and is where you see what is happening on your computer. By using shadows and graphics with over a million different colors, much of what you see will appear 3-dimensional. Think of this as the ‘face’ of the computer. 

THE CPU (Central Processing Unit)

The CPU houses the machinery that allows your computer to work. Think of this as the ‘brains’ of the computer. This component looks very different in desktops and laptops, but it works the same.


The keyboard is one of two ways to interact with your computer. The keys should mostly mimic a raditional typewriter. 


This is the other way to interact with your computer. Most mice have two buttons—a right and a left button—and a scrolling wheel. 

Monday, October 24, 2011

Once you join the AdSense program – and Google approves your site or sites, which we’ll cover in detail hortly – the actual process of displaying ads on your website is extremely simple. You are provided with a small HTML script, which you can paste anywhere on your webpage. You may paste this code any number of times and on multiple pages, and watch the ads get served! Google automatically places AdWords ads that are most relevant, from its extensive advertiser base. Google employs various sophisticated algorithms to determine the relevancy of the ads to your content.  
Before we get into how Google assesses sites, and whether a few or many placements of that magic script will deliver optimum results, let’s review the advantages of AdSense. 

Advantages of the Google AdSense system 

Google AdSense is simple to use and manage. Once approved, displaying ads on your webpage does not take time and requires minimal technical knowledge.  Google AdSense is very smart about ad selection. The ads that are displayed are only those that are relevant to your content, and Google has strict quality control 
on the general quality of the ads. Google AdSense uses text-only ads. Far from being low-tech, text ads are more effective than flashy ads. The clickthrough rate of text ads is proven to be higher than that of animated ads! More clicks equals more money, and text ads equals more clicks. Also…text ads are very “low weight” and very fast loading. The AdSense program will not slow your website, or your visitors, down. You can also 
use graphic ads. 

Google AdSense programs: Choose your weapon(s)! 

Google currently (mid 2005) offers three programs: AdSense for content, AdSense for search, and Premium AdSense.  

AdSense for content 

AdSense for content is the main AdSense program – contextually targeted ads are displayed on your webpage, and you get paid for every click. These ads are specifically targeted to the content of your webpage. Consequently, if you change the content of your page, the ads that are displayed would also change. AdSense allows you good control over what ads get served, since there might be some obvious problems if it didn’t. These include: 

Blocking Ads – you choose  

While the ad selection is automatic, you can block unwanted ads – such as those from your competitors. You just tell Google which companies to block from your sites. 

Reviewing and filtering Ads – semi-automatic 

Google has its own strict policies for  ad content (no profanity, no racial discrimination, etc). These are filtered out automatically from your point of view. Additionally, you can choose to block additional content through  custom filters. This is slightly different than blocking an advertiser, since with this method an advertiser you generally allow may submit ads that would individually be filtered out. 

Allowing the publisher to select an ad 

In the rare case where Google’s content engines can’t make a clear match of ads to pages, they will let you pick which ads you want served. If you don’t pick, you’ll get public service spots. 

The look-and-feel of Ads can be customized 

Ads shouldn’t look out of place or be jarring on your website. Google allows you to customize colors and layout. You can choose options provided or have your own custom layout and color applied to the ads. The advertisers have no control over this; as the material appears on your site, you can and should select how it looks. 

Tools for analysis 

Tracking and analyzing the performance of any marketing campaign is critical. Google AdSense provides a range of comprehensive online reports that allow you to monitor and analyze your earnings as well as the performance of ads by many metrics, including size, color, and so forth, so you can make adjustments to maximize the value of the placements.

AdSense for Search 

This is another program whereby Google allows you to ad a Google Search box to your website. By doing this, visitors to your site can search the entire internet from your website itself. In a way, your site becomes a host to Google. Except you make money! The search results page that is displayed when a visitor on your website searches through the search box on the site itself, also displays Google Ads (AdWords ads) next to the usual listings, just as it would on If the visitor clicks on any of these Google Ads, you get paid as well. Thus, with AdSense for search you can enhance your income potential beyond what just the content of your actual site can provide. AdSense for search offers all the same options and controls as AdSense for content. These include ad customization, ad filtering, monitoring and tracking results, and so on.

Google AdSense Premium service 

The AdSense Premium service provides advanced functionality and features, provided your website qualifies for it – which in fact very few sites do.  As a base requirement, your website should received at least 5 million search queries or 20 million page views a month to qualify for the Premium service. (We’re betting if your sites qualify for this level of service, you already know all about AdSense!)
Google AdSense is an ad-serving program that places ads that “make sense” – specifically, that make sense based on relevant content, and assumptions about  who might be interested in that content. AdSense is an application of the broader  concept of Contextual Marketing. Contextual Marketing is just what it sounds like. 
On a website about custom cars, you might have an ad for fancy wheels or car  care kits. On a website about off-roading, you might have an ad for durable truck  tires or spotlight rigs. A hockey site might advertise hockey sticks…and a tennis  site, tennis shoes. Contextual Marketing just means aligning the ad serving with 
the context/nature of the website and its audience, the same way like items are  grouped in a store. And the “context” can be cut much finer than website level, it  can be page level, article level, and so on, so the ads always match the material  they are appearing near, and thus, appeal to the interest of the reader/buyer at  any given moment. So what’s in it for you – the website publisher/owner? That’s easy. Every time a  visitor to your site clicks one of these ads, you make money. The better the ads are targeted, the more clicks you get, the more money you make. AdSense displays easy-to-read, text-based, relevant ads that don’t overshadow the content of your website or annoy visitors.  Actually, you have seen hundreds of these ads yourself, as you’ll realize in a moment. Today there are probably only a few places in your website that can directly make you money, if any. The magic of Google AdSense is this: It allows you to earn money through every page of your website. On top of that, with algorithms used to align ad content with page content Google automatically selects and displays ads for your website that are likely to generate the highest revenue for you.

Wednesday, October 19, 2011

This page is a list of links to web sites where you can download useful programs.There is also a brief  acription of what each one does.The various software tools below can be used to remove viruses, create music, play video files, browse the Web, compress files and more. A d-Aware - spyware remover

 A dobe Reader - read PDF files
 A udacity - sound editor
 A utoReplace - replace text in multiple files
 A VG - anti-virus
 B uzz - music creation program
 C offee Cup Free FTP - FTP program
 D ivX Player - play DivX media files
 D osBox - DOS emulator
 E xtract Now - Zip/archive handler
 F ileZilla - FTP program
 G IMP - image editing
 H TMLKit - HTML tools
 I CQ - messaging tool
 I rfanView - image browsing/conversion
 K eyNote - notepad and information manager
 M edia Player Classic - play music and video files
 M onkey's Audio - lossless audio compressor
 M ozilla Firefox - web browser
 N otepad++ - Notepad replacement
 O pen Office - Microsoft Office alternative
 O pera - web browser
 R azorLAME - mp3 encoder
 S amurize - desktop enhancements
 S pybot - spyware remover
 W inamp - media player
 W inRAR - RAR archive handler
 W inZip - Zip archive handler
 Z oneAlarm - Firewall software

Are you want to download these software..?search this soft wares in search engine