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Boost Your PC Speed by Using SSD

In short you can explain an SSD (Solid State Drive) as modern HDD (Hard Disk Drive). What's the difference then? Maybe the functions are almost same but there are some big differences between the two. Go through the post to clear the concept . . .

What's an SSD A solid state drive or SSD is a storage device that uses non volatile flash memory along with necessary controller and chipset to store the data. It's somewhat like RAM, but unlike RAM it can store data for a long period of time. 
An SSD drive is considered to be more durable and stable in that sense - There is no moving parts i.e. platters, spindle, R/W head etc. which are available in traditional HDD.  

Advantages of SSD over HDD If you use SSD as your primary boot device instead of HDD then you may get the following advantages -  Faster performanceLower power consumptionBetter vibration resistanceLower heat No noiseIn short we can say, SSD is more durable and stable than traditional HDD. 

After installing SSD, you will…

How to Show the File Location in MS Word and Excel?

In MS Word and Excel you can show the location of your file (File Path). Usually the file path is placed at the footer of the document. And when it is placed at the document footer, it automatically appears at the each page of that document. 

Why to Use the File Path (Location of the File): 
Well this is really important for those people who want to keep the source of the document printed with it. If the file path is printed with the document then it is quite easier for us to trace the path next time when you search for it on the hard disk. It looks like the image below: 

Thus it is easier for you to locate a saved document. 

Why You Shouldn't Use the File Path: 
Definitely it is revelation of information. If the file is a highly classified document and if the file path is used there, then others (who do not have access to that file) might be accessed that file through the path printed with the document! For example: it may be the question of the Varsity Admission Test or Job Test. 

How…

Windows 8 Activator for All Editions (Guaranteed) !!!

Problems regarding activation of Windows 8 has been solved last year. Those who are the users of Windows 8 and having trouble to activate this version of Windows hope you already got the solution. Just after the release of the final version of Windows 8, we have provided an activator for you that works with all editions. 

At least 70% of the comments were positive about that activator. And unfortunately 30% of them were negative. They reported this activator was not working for them. And we promised if we can manage a new activator we will inform them. Today I will share another activator with you with proof! 

This activator works same as the previous one. All you is just to make a double click on the activator. Within 10/ 15 seconds your PC will be restarted. And you will see the confirmation message about Windows 8 activation. 
Okay let's start. This is a very simple and easy activator. First, download the file by hitting on the download button: 
DownloadAfter download the file you …

How to Remove Borders from Blogger Image?

Look at the two images above. Both of them are almost same. Except the second one has borders outside. The first one is transparent and it has no shadow or border. And the second one is transparent but there is a boudary outside of it. Which one do you like?  
If you are a regular visitor of Marks PC Solution, then you should notice our images has no borders. In fact no borders at present, previously out images has borders. Most of the time I like to use transparent image with PNG extension. And outside of each image, there was a border which looks very odd. But adding a CSS code removes this problem. 

Few days ago, one of my acquintances shared a code with me. He said this code removes the outside border of the uploaded images in blogger blog. I applied this code in Marks PC Solution. And magically there is no borders outside of my images. All images are now fully transparent! 

By default, blogger blogs automatically add borders and shadows outside of your uploaded images. In case of no…

HTML Tutorial 3: Most Common Tags Used in HTML Documents

I'm sorry for the delay to publish new posts but something was wrong with my PC. That's   why I was in trouble with this and not able to write something new. Well I'd like to continue the HTML tutorial. 

In this post I will discuss about some tags which are very common in preparing HTML documents. But before you go, don't forget to look at the following posts if you haven't already gone through: Creating a Simple HTML DocumentBasic Parts of an HTML Document

Let's talk about the most common tags of HTML documents. You should also have a close look at our example document. Some of these tags are also used in that document. I think this will be helpful for you. 



Structural Tags:<html>, <head>, and <body> are the main structural tags of any HTML document. Each and every HTML document must contain these tags. Title   tag - <title> is also very important for an html document. Besides there are tags which are very common for all HTML documents. The…

HTML Tutorial 2: Basic Parts of HTML Document

In my previous post, I started writing about HTML. As it was the first tutorial of HTML, I just showed you the example of an HTML document without giving detailed information of that document. 
In this post, I'm gonna discuss about the essential parts of an HTML document. Essential parts mean those parts which are very common for each and every HTML document. I mean the HTML tag, the Header, the Title and the Body. 
Before you start, please have a look at the HTML Tutorial 1 if you haven't go through this already. 
After reading the tutorial 1 look at the image below:




Here you can see all the four parts that I used in the example document. Let's what are they actually:

The HTML Tag: <html>
Every HTML or XHTML document start with <html> tag and ends with </html> tag. Even if you right click on this page and hit on view source/ view page source option you will see the html of this post. At the top you will see <html> tag, and and the bottom you will see <…

HTML Tutorial 1: Creating a Simple HTML Document

If you're regular in this site, you should know I am not a programmer. Several times, I've mentioned that I'm a person with no programming knowledge. Even my HTML knowledge is not good enough. Just few days ago, I decided to enrich my knowledge on HTML. I will publish HTML lessons for you. Thus you will be also learning HTML with me! Whenever I learn something about HTML, I will publish it here. 

I'm not gonna discuss about the history of HTML. Hope you all know that HTML- Hypertext Markup Language. Whatever you see on your browser when visiting any site, your browser shows it through HTML. You can easily view what a website includes. Do as below:

Open any website in your browser. Right click on it. A menu will appear.Click on View Source/ View Page Source. A new window will open with the HTML of that website. You will see thousand lines codes! This is how your browser see a website. 


Today I would like to start with an example. In this lesson you will learn how to create…

Stat My Web: Get Detailed Analysis of Your Site

There are many sites that collects and shows information about blogs and websites. Some of them are very reliable and some of them are not. Alexa, Google Analytics, Web Rank Stats are some of the examples. 

Today I am gonna discuss about such a site that gives you detailed analysis and information about your blog or website. Maybe some of you are familiar with Stat My Web. This website shows you a comprehensive analysis of your site. It provides a statistics summary, inpage analysis, alexa status, safety & security, popular pages, keywords and many other information about your site. 

Look at the image below. This is the statistics summary of Marks PC Solution on Stat My Web.


But this is a minor part of the statistics. If you enter the URL of your site on Stat My Web then you will find the details. 

Okay let's find out the statistics for your site. First you need to visit Stat My Web. Remember, no sign up is required! This is a great thing. You don't need any account for gettin…

Ad Placement Guidelines for your Site

Naturally people get bored when they see too much ads on TV Channels, Newspapers, Magazines even on blogs and websites. But a clever publisher's task is to make the ads interesting and useful for the visitors. Today I would like to share some rules for ad placement with you. Read the full article carefully and express your opinion if any. 

Ad Placement Guidelines:
Place ads in a place where the visitors can easily see them.You can place ads at the top, at the right side bar and within your posts too. If you're using infolinks then read more . . .


Ad Categories:
Make sure the ad categories are related to your site. For example if your site is related to Computer, Internet, Hardware or something like that, then ad categories should be like - Antivirus, Software, Technology etc. Irrelevant ads will not be able to impress the visitors. Even they may feel uneasy if any adult ads appear while visiting your site. 


Never do the Following / Ads Behavior:
This is an important issue while plac…