3 Interesting Ways Screen Recording Can Be Used



Simply put screen recording will allow you to record videos that consist of whatever may be on your screen. More often than not they are associated with video guides, tutorials, or demonstrations involving digital products – but there are a lot of other interesting ways in which they can be used as well.

If you want to explore the potential of screen recording, here are a few things that you should start with:

  • ‘Download’ online streaming videos
Nowadays online streaming videos are practically everywhere from social media to websites, video sharing platform, and even video-on-demand services. Very few platforms provide a way for their videos to be ‘downloaded’ however, which means that you need to be online to watch them and can’t transfer the videos to other devices. By using screen recording, you can record any online streaming videos from your screen – then save it and do with it as you please.

  • Save video calls
Between Skype, Facebook Messenger, Google Hangouts and other platforms, video calling has grown in popularity. Unfortunately most platforms don’t let you ‘save’ your calls – so you can’t refer to them or use their content once the call is done. If you record the call while it is on your screen however, you can save it – which can be extremely useful particularly if you conduct business meetings over video calls.

  • Record live or temporary content
Two of the most popular new types of content to appear online are ‘live’ video streams as well as temporary content that vanishes after a fixed duration (normally 24 hours or less). Being able to record your screen will give you the means to record that content, so you don’t miss out and can save it to watch at any point.

If you would like to use screen recording in any of the ways listed above, you should try using Movavi Screen Recorder. Because it will let you record any videos that you want from your screen, allowing you to effectively ‘download’ online streaming videos, save video calls or record live or temporary content.

Although at first you might feel that learning how to download movies from Netflix or using Movavi Screen Recorder to perform any of the other tasks listed above is complicated, nothing could be further from the truth. Even if you’ve never used it or any other screen recorder in the past, you should be able to set up and start recording your movie in just a couple of minutes.

Not only should you be able to set it up Movavi Screen Recorder easily, but the fact of the matter is you can use its features to fully adjust the recording parameters – which will open up even more possibilities. In short you should definitely try it out and see for yourself how it can be used.


How to recover deleted data in Windows, Android and mac



Our devices be it our PC or our smartphone, it stores a lot of important data . The only reason why our smartphone storage is going on increasing is that the amount of data that an user likes to store or number of apps that an user likes to use have increased. According to few online leaks iphone 8 is going to have 512 GB of storage. Yes you heard it right.

Now coming back to the topic, most of the time we accidentally delete our file and later realize how important that file was for us. Or sometime due to disk failure in PC or some software updates in andriod device we end up loosing our files. Even though Windows may not be able to see a file you accidentally deleted , it’s usually possible that the data could still be there and able to be retrieved.

In this post we will see how we can recover permanently deleted files from Windows, Amc and android.

Recover permanently deleted files in Windows 

Recuva Software

It can recover files that have been deleted accidentally. It supports image, audio, documents files and even emails. It scans the hard drive, find the file and copy it to flash media.


  • Download the free version of Recuva Software.
  • After finishing the installation of Recuva software, a quick launch file displays on the desktop. Click on that icon to Run and start the file.
  • You will get different file types like Music files, Documents, Video files, Images, all files, etc.
  • You can choose a specific file or Select ‘All Files’ so that you can recover any type of deleted file.


Recover permanently deleted files in Mac 

Recoverying deleted files in MAc is as easy as recovering in windows. For mac use this mac data recovery EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard for Mac

EaseUS free data recovery software recovers deleted, formatted and even inaccessible files for Mac


  • Restore lost or deleted document, photo, video, audio, email and other types of files
  • Save files from Mac notebook, Mac desktop, hard drive, SSD, USB drive, memory card, SD card, CF card, digital camera, iPod, MP3/MP4 player, etc.




Recover permanently deleted files in Android

These days we store most of our important files such as photos, documents etc in our phone so if by mistake we loose these data we might have to face a lot of problems.


If you delete the data accidentally, the first thing you need to do is to stop using your device and try to recover lost files from Android as soon as possible, or it may have a higher risk to be overwritten and you are not able to get the lost data back anymore.

There are various tools available for data recovery in android you can use any one of them.

The Android Photo Recovery program could assist you to recover not only photos and videos, but also SMS text messages, contacts, call history and more from Android phone or tablet.



  • Install the program on your computer and run it, you will be asked to connect your Android device to PC via USB.
  • After connecting your Android to the computer, now you should enable USB debugging
  • Start Scanning Your Android for Deleted Files
  • Then click on the green button "Start" to analyze your Android data.


When you see the window below, it is time for you moving to your Android device again, tap on the "Allow" icon, then turn back to the computer and click on the "Start" button to continue.

And then you can recover your deleted files.


Even though you won't be able to recover all your files but you can recover most of the files. I hope it helps you. Do let me know if you have any doubt



I moved to Linux from being a Windows power user, you should too. Here's Why.

One year ago, I switched to Linux operating system from windows and I realized how much I've been missing so much of the customization that is offered by Linux. So Why you should move to Linux? There are a number of advantages and there are some downsides too. The Linux v/s Windows battle is a never ending one mostly because both the operating systems have their own share of users. And amidst that comes Mac OS, which again have a lot of users using it too. Here I am not going to write about what you get in Linux and not in Mac os or Windows (You'll get plenty of those articles on the Internet). I will just write how effective things have become after I made the switch from Windows to Linux.



But almost 54% of the worldwide home PCs run Windows. According to me the main reason for that would be Gaming, and the user friendliness that Windows is able to make up with its users. I am any computer science freshman, and I must say Open Source is way cooler than proprietary software. 

Using Linux for getting better at Programming

Using the command line for programming gave me a better understanding how things are actually working and I am able to debug my programs better, I am kind of anti-IDE guy, So switching here and there between tmux sessions and figuring what was going wrong in the browser from a script running from the terminal, all these stuff for me would never have been possible for me If I were using Windows right now. 
For some, this might be like "hah.. He's new to the game.." yeah, I am kind of new and pretty late into the game too. For the Windows lovers it will be like "You can code in Windows too! Nothing's stopping you!" Well, Here's my view, Using something like Linux gives you the the Command Line. 
Hey! Windows has powershell! It's powerful too!
Yeah maybe, but the light feel and and customization that Linux gives is much much more than what Windows has to offer. I am not saying those who code in Windows are unaware of the awesomeness of Linux, I am just writing this for the love for Linux and open source.

So, I was into programming when I was using windows, here's what I learnt after  the switch.

  • Knowing your way through the command line can help you get better at figuring out what problems can you be having with those path and library issues. At this point, I am able to figure out what missing or what's going wrong without heading over to SO and it gives me pleasure to run across the filesystem and open up the file which is having the issues and then reading it and figuring out what's up. 
  • Knowing the IO can help you solve your file problems in your program, may it be c,cpp,python,nodejs anything. It just helps a lot!  
  • Basically If you use a command line, you know which path you are heading which I don't think I ever got when I was using windows. It really helped me a lot build a better understanding of the basics, I mean I am still at the basics. xD
And because I see everyone in the community showing so much love to open source, I also feel like giving some, but alas! I don't have it(the skill they call it). So In a way Linux and Opensource has always motivated me to get better and better at C++ and JavaScript, so that someday I'll be able contribute something to the community. Which I think I am going to do pretty soon too! 

So that was my story about how Linux helped me get better at programming, now Linux have also helped me think SIMPLE.


Linux as a source of Entertainment 

Getting frustrated becomes your hobby when it comes to entertain yourself using Linux, As a initial distro I used Linux Mint. I liked editing photos in Photoshop and stuff, Here with gimp I had a very limited set of tools and when I thought of watching some movie the codecs were not well supported for some, So basically in Linux "You Make Things Work" , These kind of problems arise in Windows too for sure but how many times do you get the opportunity to read the code behind the problem and understand nothing or something at times. It's all worth it I guess. 

There are so many helpful learning projects such as the LFS, which guides you through building your own custom Linux. Things are more fun and entertaining with Linux because you break things and you fix them. It's almost like having breakfast after a 10km run. 

Do you need to switch to Linux from Windows?

Well this depends on you, If you are a designer or something like that In my knowledge sticking around with windows and Mac OS are the best options, though there are a few good multimedia utilities in Linux, but not as robust as the ones adobe has to offer. 
If you use git and gihub for programming needs, you should definitely try doing it from the bash shell or the shell of your choice in some Linux distribution. Also there are so many distributions to choose from and to be honest, some actually look much much better than windows does [peace bro].  You can choose what Window manager you want to use, like for example I am using something called the i3 tiling window manager which  tiles everything you see on your screen, Whereas in Windows you can't have that kind of customization, all you can do is add some silly theme. Agree with me or not, you should definitely give a try to Linux because it's really awesome.    




Top 25 Windows and Linux Commands That Everyone Should Know

Top 25 Windows and Linux Commands That Everyone Should Know
Ever landed on CLI(Command Line Interface) or a Linux terminal or if you are in windows, then Powershell and feeling like “I want to balm some cool commands into this black and white window which are useful! That makes me feel like a real computer guy!”, if never felt like that, No worry. Here’s the top 25 most popular Linux and Windows commands that will help you in real world.  And If you really want to get into the terminal world, then the best tip that I can give you is that “mug it up and practice each command 10 times and discover new possibilities with such simple commands“. So, if you are on Linux, then turn up the terminal or if you are on windows, then pop up Powershell [Start->Search Powershell]


Linux/Unix

pwd – print working directory
hostname – computer’s network name
mkdir – make directory
cd – change directory
ls – list directory
rmdir – remove directory
pushd – push directory
popd – pop directory
cp – copy a file or directory
mv – move a file or directory
less – page through a file
cat – print the whole file
xargs – execute arguments
find – find files
grep – find things inside files
man – read a manual page
apropos – find what man page is appropriate
env – look at your environment
echo – print some arguments
export – set a new environment variable
exit – exit the shell
sudo – become super user root
chmod – change permission modifiers
chown – change ownership

Windows

pwd – print working directory
hostname – my computer’s network name
mkdir – make directory
cd – change directory
ls – list directory
rmdir – remove directory
pushd – push directory
popd – pop directory
cp – copy a file or directory
robocopy – robust copy
mv – move a file or directory
more – page through a file
type – print the whole file
forfiles – run a command on lots of files
dir /r – find files
select-string – find things inside files
help – read a manual page
helpctr – find what man page is appropriate
echo – print some arguments
set – set a new environment variable
exit – exit the shell
runas – become super user root
attrib – change permission modifiers
iCACLS – change ownership

Confused About how will you use these commands? Simple Way, Use Them. I know that if you have no experience with the terminal, you’ll very soon leave the terminal, but use google if you get stuck, Google is your friend, and the “man” in Linux and “help” in windows will be the best guide for you in the terminal. Whenever you are stuck, simply do this in Linux “man xxx” or in windows “help xxx”, where ‘xxx’ is your command and there are also other help commands like info.

If you have any question or suggestion then don't hesitate to post them in the comments section. 

How to turn Windows Into A WiFi Hot spot

How to turn Windows Into A WiFi Hot spot



Today most of the smartphones, tabs have wifi connectivity option using which one can easily access the internet. Most of the time we use to have a single internet connection due to which we are able to surf the internet with only one of the gadget. This tutorial shows you how one can turn their laptop into a WIFI router so that all other devices can connect to internet via WIFI.

Keep Your Children Safe Online With These Top Four Apps








Keeping your children safe online has never been so important, but it has never been so difficult either. There are plenty of programs out there that claim to help you control and monitor their browsing, but not all of these are any good. We list five apps that we’ve found that will do the job properly for you, giving you some much-needed peace of mind that your kids are safe online.