How To Disable or Turn Off ‘Seen By’ Message in Facebook Chat

How To Recover Deleted Facebook Chat Facebook is the most popular social networking site till now and has come up with many great features.Back in 2012 Facebook introduced a new feature called “seen by” or “typing”.Through this feature you can know that the message sent by you has been actually read by him or not,if read then at what time.But later it […] Continue reading →

How To Hibernate In Windows 8/8.1 – Enable Hibernation In Your Latest Windows Pc

  How to Hibernate In Windows 8/8.1 I had a hard time figuring this out myself .So,I thought sharing this info with all of you .As a matter of fact most people prefer to hibernate their Pc .Instead of Shutting Down or Putting it in Sleep Mode and that’s because it’s the best way to […] Continue reading →

How To Reset Windows 7 Rearm Count Tutorial

Reset Windows 7 Rearm Count As we all know Windows need an activation key to be activated for which it gives you a Initial Grace Period license for 30 days,which can be further extended for another 30 days period by  a  slmgr (Software Licensing Management Tool) command to rearm or reset it.Unfortunately the rearm process has a […] Continue reading →

How To Recover Deleted Facebook Chat/Messages/Pictures/Videos – Step By Step Guide

How To Recover Deleted Facebook Chat “How To Recover Deleted Facebook  Chat “Sounds a bit Tricky isn’t it??Well my friends this is the trick not many are aware of.There are many situations and cases in which we delete the chat that turns out out to be significant whether it was deleted knowingly or by mistake .In case we delete the whole thread ,All […] Continue reading →

How To Fix/Resolve Destination Path Too Long Error – Windows xp/7/8/8.1

We often come across many windows or File or OS errors all the time ,But  “Destination Path Too Long Error ” is one of a kind.The error can arise due to many reasons .You won’t be able to rename the file .The reason of this kind of error is that the source file name is […] Continue reading →