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What is Software Cracking and Software Piracy?

copyright infringement

Software cracking refers to the modification of a software to remove unwanted features or unlock more features like copy protection features. Software cracking is considered an illegal activity as it leads to copyright infringement. However, the cracking is considered legal in reverse engineering for educational purposes. On the other hand Software piracy is also one of the ways of using software by violating the end user license agreement. Software Piracy is also considered as an illegal activity and there are many lawsuits and acts to prevent piracy of software. However, the measures taken by software developers to get rid of

Reasons for Not Using the Drive When You Have Deleted Something Important

If files are deleted from your hard drive, don’t come to the conclusion that they are gone forever. They exist on your hard drive even after you delete them from Recycle Bin. Hence, one can easily get them back. That’s why you have to avoid using the drive from which file has to be recovered after deletion. Let’s see what happens when files are deleted from drive…. In Windows OS, pointers keep track of each and every file stored on your drive. These pointers inform the Windows, starting and ending point of the file. When file deletion takes place, Windows

10 Important Do’s and Don’ts When SD Card is Corrupted

No one will be ready to lose their important files that too media files stored on SD card.  But there are some reasons which make you lose media files from SD card. One such factor is SD card corruption.  There are numerous causes due to which SD card gets corrupted and becomes inaccessible. We can take precautions to avoid SD card, but some situations are unpredictable, which lead to SD card corruption even after taking preventive measures. But there are some do’s and don’ts you have to follow after SD card corruption. It helps you to avoid SD card from

How to Change Default save Location on Windows 10

When you save a new file the Save As window directs you to default folders like Documents, Pictures, Music etc. depending on the file type. Windows 10 allows you to do that with little tweaks in the storage settings. Changing the default storage location of the files from C drive is a good idea. If your system crashes, you’ll lose all your files as C drive also contains OS installed. Having said that, changing the save location does not mean that you are safe from data loss. You’ll still need to have backup of all your files. Moving further, if

What You Need to Know Before Buying a Memory Card

We understand the uneasiness you feel, when you are in the word of memory cards and deciding out which card to buy, what parameters should be considered could confuse you more . Well, here’s a quick guide on essential things you need to know before buying a memory card. #1 Choosing the Right Memory Card Type There are two aspects to check while selecting the memory card: One is how you are going to use the card and another is, on what type of device you will be using it. If you are looking for a memory card for your

Do’s and Don’ts for your Computer Safety

The computer plays an important role for user to store data such as videos, pictures, office data and other personal data. Therefore, the user needs to take care of their system in a good manner. Below some of the do’s and don’ts are mentioned to keep computer safety. Do’s Provide proper power supply: You can run system properly and can avoid system crashes by providing proper power supply. Use UPS: While you are working on a system if a sudden power goes off then system shutdown suddenly and may lead to data loss. Therefore, use UPS to provide power supply

Do’s & Don’ts with storage devices

Storage devices such as pen drives, hard drives, memory cards, flash drives, external hard disk, etc. play an important role in storing and portability of data. Majorly, we use a storage device to store our personal and official data such as videos, music files, office documents, pictures etc. However, storage devices are sensitive and critical device, which could easily damage and get corrupt. Finally, this makes you lose vital data from these devices. In order to keep our safe and secure, we need to care of storage device. Here are some do’s and don’t with storage device are mentioned below. Just

Do’s and Don’ts of mobile phone

Earlier mobile phones were just a means of communication via calls. Today, Mobile phone has become an inevitable part of humans. We cannot even think about a world without mobile phones. It has been evolved with advanced technologies and applications. Now it’s not used just used for making call, it plays multiple roles as a modem, GPS navigator, music player, camera, and lots more. It has been designed to perform multitasking. With all these advantages, we forget that even mobile phones are just electronic devices that contain data and need to be cautious while using them. These overwhelmed features and

Memory Card Do’s and Don’t’s

Memory card have become most usable storage device in many digital gadgets such as mobile phones, cameras, iPod, and other devices to store various types of files such as pictures, songs, documents etc. However, data stored on it may get lost easily due to many factors, for instance connecting to any infected device, virus and malware threats easily enters into it and results into card corruption.  Therefore, let us learn some of the do’s and dont’s of memory card and avoid data loss from it. List of Do’s and Don’ts with Memory Card Safely eject memory card Usually we use

Do’s & Don’ts to protect your data

Data becomes most vital aspect for most of us. Whether it’s your personal data like pictures, songs, videos etc. or business related data like Word documents, Excel sheets, important Presentations etc. every bit of it becomes priceless. Do you think your data is safe on your drive; it can be pen drive, external HDD, hard drive or any other storage device? If you say yes, you are wrong!! Data loss can strike at any time. It can be the result of a severe disaster, such as hard drive crash or formatting or virus infection etc. your entire data that’s vital