This guide will you take you each step of the way through setting up a VPN on your Mac. The steps and screenshots used in this tutorial are from OS X 10.10 (Yosemite) but are nearly identical to previous versions of OS X, so you should have no trouble following along, even if you’re not using Yosemite.
If you don’t have a VPN service yet, I strongly recommend and endorse the VPN service provided by Private Internet Access, which works perfectly with OS X on any Mac.
  1. Let’s get started. Click the Apple Button from the Menu Bar, and select System Preferences….
  2. Locate the Network button, and give it a click.
  3. From the menu on the left side of the Network window, there’s a list of all your current connections (whether they’re in use or not). To add a VPN connection, click the “plus sign” ( + ) at the bottom of your Network connections list (see screenshot below).
  4. Click the “up and down arrow” icon at the end of the Interface: drop down menu.

  5. Select VPN from that list.

  6. For the sake of this tutorial we’re going to create an L2TP over IPSec VPN connection. Without having to install any additional software, OS X supports the VPN protocols L2TP (over IPSec), PPTP and Cisco IPSec. If you’re using PPTP or Cisco IPSec you should still be able to follow along without any problems, the steps are quite similar.
  7. Give your Service Name:, a name. The name itself doesn’t matter, but something descriptive is always best. That way you’ll always know which VPN you’re connecting to, especially if you set up multiple VPNs. Click the Create button when you’re done.
  8. Back in the main section of the Network window is where you’ll configure the first part of your VPN connection. Leave the Configuration: set to Default. Enter your VPN service providers server in the Server Address: field, and your VPN user name in the Account Name: section. Now click on the Authentication Settings… button.
  9. You can enter your password in the Password: field if you’d like, or you can leave it blank and have your Mac ask for your VPN password each time you connect to it (which is more secure). If your VPN provider uses a Secret key, enter it in the Shared Secret: field. When you’re done, click OK

  10. Now click the Advanced button.
  11. Place a check in the box labelled Send all traffic over VPN connection and then click OK.
  12. Finally, make sure there’s a check in the box labelled Show VPN in the menu bar, and click Apply.
  13. Now locate that VPN icon in your Menu Bar (see screenshot below) and click it. Select your newly created VPN to connect to it.
  14. If you opted to have your Mac save your VPN connection, you should connect right away. Otherwise you’ll be prompted for your password, and then connect. Either way, you’re done! If you click the VPN icon again, it will show you how long you’ve been connected.

How to Enable GodMode in Windows 10

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GodMode was first discovered in Windows 7 as a hidden feature and when enabled, it could provide access all control panel options in single folder. Basically, the ‘GodMode’ is a folder which has a special name to it and provides access to all the control panel settings in single page. This is pretty useful as you do not have to search for options in control panel and you get quick access.
GodMode feature is also available in Windows 10 and you can enable it by creating a new folder.
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Right click on desktop and click create new folder. Now in the name for the folder type the following code.
Press enter and this will turn the folder in GodMode. Now open the folder and you will see all the control panel items.
You can see that the folder has an icon of the control panel. In the code above, you can replace the ‘GodMode’ with your text, but the rest of the code should be intact.

Several pornography web sites are currently inaccessible in India on several internet service providers (ISPs). According to a thread on discussion site and social network ‘Reddit’, several of the most popular porn sites are not accessible in India on internet connections provided by MTNL Mumbai, BSNL, Vodafone, ACT and Hathway are either showing blank pages when connecting to pornography sites, or “Directory doesn’t exist”.
One user reported that “It says the site has been blocked by the ‘Competent Authority’”. However, users on Airtel and Tikona, and one BSNL user reported that all sites could be accessed normally. ‘Legally India‘ has confirmed that on one Delhi broadband connection provided by Spectranet, 11 out of the world’s 13 most popular porn sites were not accessible. Two websites were functioning normally.
Non-pornographic video sites such as, or were accessible normally. However, on an Airtel and Reliance mobile phone internet connection, all sites were working normally.
The block does not appear to be at a domain-name server (DNS) level or IP address level, as three of the top five sites still responded to so-called ping requests by Legally India, though two timed out. TelecomTalk personally tested this on Hathway broadband in Mumbai and the sites were blocked but when tested with a VPN connection the sites loaded up flawlessly on the same ISP.
That said, it is a possibility that technical issues are behind the partial block. More clarity on the matter will be available only once DOT responds to the query. What is your take on the matter? are you pro or anti porn ban by the government? Let us know your views and opinions through your comments below.
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Dell Inspiron 15 7537 Laptop (Core i5/6 GB/500GB/Windows 8) 

How to get:-

  • Warranty Summary1 Year Manufacturer Warranty
  • Brand Dell
  • Product Code DELL_75377537565002ST_6GBDDR3_SILVER_45741
  • Model ID7537/7537565002ST
  • Series15
  • Lifestyle Gaming
  • Sales Package Laptop Battery AC Adapter User Guide and Manuals
  • Processor Core i5 (4th Gen)
  • Operating System Windows 8
  • RAM6 GB DDR3
  • HDD Capacity500 GB
  • Graphics Memory2 GB
  • Screen Size15.6 inch
  • Color Silver
  • Processor Brand Intel
  • Processor Core i5 (4th Gen)
  • Variant4200U
  • ChipsetQM87
  • Clock Speed1.6 GHz with Turbo Boost Upto 2.6 GHz
  • Cache3 MB
  • System Architecture64 bit
  • Screen Size15.6 inch
  • Screen Type HD LED Backlit Touch Display with True Life
  • Resolution1366 x 768 Pixel
  • Graphic Processor NVIDIA GeForce GT 750M
  • Dedicated Graphics Memory TypeDDR3
  • Dedicated Graphics Memory Capacity(graphic memory)2 GB
  • Expandable Memory Upto 8 GB
  • Memory Slots2 (Unused Slot - 0)
  • RAM6 GB DDR3


  • Operating System Windows 8
  • OS Architecture64 bit
  • HDD Capacity500 GB
  • RPM5400
  • Optical Drive Not Available
  • RJ45 LANYes
  • Ethernet10/100/1000 LAN
  • Wireless LANIntel Dual Band Wireless-N 7260
  • Bluetoothv4.0
  • USB Port4 x USB 3.0 (Including 1 x Power Share)
  • HDMI PortYes
  • Multi Card SlotYes
  • Web Camera1.0 Megapixel
  • Pointer DeviceTouchpad
  • KeyboardStandard Keyboard
  • SpeakersYes
  • SoundStereo Speakers with Waves MaxxAudio 4
  • Mic InYes
  • Power Supply58 W AC Adapter
  • Battery BackupUpto 3 hours
  • Battery Cell4 cell
  • Weight2.6 kg
  • Dimension379.4 x 254.8 x 20.5 mm

Swipe has just released a new budget-friendly dual SIM Android 4.4 smartphone called the Konnect ME. Powered by a 1.3GHz dual-core MediaTek processor, this entry-level smartphone has a 4.5-inch 854 x 480 IPS display, a 1GB RAM, an 8GB of expandable internal storage (up to 32GB) and dual SIM card slots.

Measuring 10.6mm thick and weighing 91.9 grams, the handset is equipped with a 1.3MP front-facing camera, a 5MP rear-facing camera with LED flash, an FM radio and a 2450mAh battery. Running on Android 4.4 KitKat OS, the Konnect ME provides a number of connectivity options including 3G HSPA+, WiFi 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.0 and GPS.
The Swipe Konnect ME will be available exclusively through Snapdeal starting from April 28th for Rs 3,999 (about $63) in Navy Blue and Ivory White color options. [Product Page]

Micromax has recently introduced a new 3G Android 4.4 tablet to its line-up namely the Canvas Tab P480. Available in two different color options: blue and white, this mid-range tablet features a 7.0-inch 1024 x 600 IPS display, a 1.3GHz quad-core processor, a 1GB RAM and an 8GB of expandable internal storage (up to 32GB).

Coming with dual SIM card slots for voice calling, the tablet sports a 2MP front-facing camera, a 5MP rear-facing autofocus camera with LED flash and a 3000mAh battery. Running on Android 4.4 KitKat OS (upgradable to Android 5.0 Lollipop), the Canvas Tab P480 provides 3G, WiFi 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth and GPS for connectivity.
The Micromax Canvas Tab P480 will be available this week for Rs 6,999 (about $110). [FoneArena]

HP is offering you their latest touchscreen mobile workstation, the OMEN Pro L9H59UT. Designed with portability in mind, this powerful mobile workstation comes with a 15.6-inch 1920 x 1080 Full HD LED-backlit capacitive touchscreen display, a 2.60GHz Intel Core i7-4720HQ quad-core processor, an NVIDIA Quadro K1100M 2GB graphics card, an 8GB 1600MHz DDR3 RAM and a 256GB Z Turbo Drive PCIe SSD.

Running on Windows 7 Professional 64-bit OS, the system is equipped with a TrueVision 1080p Full HD webcam, a multi-format SD media card reader, 4x USB 3.0 ports, 1x HDMI port, 1x mini DisplayPort and a 4-cell built-in Lithium-Ion (58Wh) battery. For connectivity, the OMEN Pro L9H59UT provides WiFi 802.11ac and Bluetooth 4.0.
The HP OMEN Pro L9H59UT is currently available for pre-order for $2,109.99. [Product Page]

Here we have another budget-friendly HD IP camera from Camnoopy, the CN-PT100. This plug and play IP camera is built with a 1/4-inch CMOS image sensor, a 3.6mm f1.4 60-degree lens, a microSD card slot (up to 32GB), a LAN port and built-in WiFi 802.11 b/g/n connectivity.

Furthermore, this IP camera comes with 2pcs high-power IR LEDs for night vision (up to 5 meters), Dual IR cut filter with auto switch, Pan + Tilt functions (horizontal: 355 degrees – vertical: 120 degrees), Motion Detection function, Mobile Phone support and a built in microphone/speaker (to communicate through the camera and hold a two way conversation with family and friends. Finally, the CN-PT100 can capture 720p HD video at 30fps in H.264 video compression.
The Camnoopy CN-PT100 retails for just $59.43. [Product Page]

Check out this upcoming Windows 8.1 mini PC stick from Epson, the Endeavor SY01. Running on Windows 8.1 32-bit OS with Bing search engine, this ultra-compact PC stick is equipped with a 1.33GHz Intel Atom Z3735F processor, an Intel HD Graphics, a 2GB DDR3 RAM and a 32GB eMMC.
Coming with a built-in cooling fan, the device has a microSD card slot, a USB 2.0 port for reading USB flash drive, a micro-USB charging port and an HDMI connection interface (can be directly connected to the HDMI TV or display). For connectivity, the Endeavor SY01 provides WiFi 802.11 b/g/n and Bluetooth 4.0 + EDR.
Measuring W113mm x D38mm x H14mm and weighing 60 grams, the Epson Endeavor SY01 will become available from late May for 19,440 Yen (about $163). [Product Page]

From success coaches to the so-called inspirational books and the literature in between, practice is often touted as the ultimate key to success. A new study claims that this may not actually be the case.

Most of this obsession with the theory that practice makes us successful, goes back to a study by K. Anders Ericson in 1993. Some popular explanations of the theory include the famous 10,000 hour rule which tries to prove that every successful man has had 10,000 or so hours of practice which made him as successful as he is.
But a new study contests all of this. According to a paper published in Intelligence, it has been claimed that practice is not all that important. The study focuses on chess and music as the domains of its research and states, “Deliberate practice does not explain all, nearly all, or even most of the variance in performance in chess and music, the two most widely studied domains in expertise research. Put another way, deliberate practice explains a considerable amount of the variance in performance in these domains, but leaves a much larger amount of the variance unexplained.”
In the case of chess players, the study cites that some players reached the heights of success in the chess world within 2 or so years, while others took more than two decades of practice to achieve this. The obvious anomaly shows that practice is not always the key to success.
Instead, other factors such as starting age, personality, intelligence and other genetic factors may be involved in the success of many. According to the study, there is sufficient evidence to suggest that ‘quite clear that some people do reach an elite level of performance without copious practice, while other people fail to do so despite copious practice.’
These findings are in contrast to the previously held and actively propagated view that practice can allow one to virtually excel in any field. As faulty as that assumption sounded, it was an idea that sold well primarily because people want to believe that they can do anything. So in that sense, this new study is somewhat of a reality check for many.
Source: Intelligence
Courtesy: PopSci



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