Monday, 30 May 2011

What happen BEhind the SCENE when U install software--DigitalCrop

you may know when you install software::


1)writing new files to the system 

2)creating new registry 

3)in some cases, it will even download new files from the Internet.

        Now that seems to be a fairly complex and we often don't care more about this "behind the scenes" activity

WHAT WE DO :: we just accept the EULA (end user license agreement).

in most cases it is fair but

1) how do you troubleshoot when the software installation fails and the error message is not clear enough for you to debug the problem.

2)consider the case when you are installing a software utility that comes from not a very credible source.

Here are some essential tools - completely free - that you spy the installation routine so you exactly pinpoint problems or know about suspicious changes made by the installer:


Before you begin the installation process, take a snapshot the registry with this tool. Once the software installation is complete, take another snapshot of the registry.
  THIS tool then generate an HTML report of all the changes made to your registry pre- and post-installation. Will be handy if program B stops to function after your install program A. Maybe A deleted or changed registry entries that were required by program B.


When you install new software, the installer program will always access various files and folders on your computer. Sometimes the installation can fail if some of these file(s) are missing from the computer.

This FileMon utility from Microsoft offers you a real-time view of every file that the installer is trying to read / access on your computer. You will therefore know about the files that
were required but do not exist
on your system.


 NOW some other utilities which you may prefer:::

Revo uninstaller

 feel free to comments..
keep visiting..


Sunday, 29 May 2011

facebook adds "Subscribe via RSS" option-- technoramayan

Facebook appears to have added a “Subscribe via RSS” option to Pages.

The link, found at the bottom left side of Pages beneath the profile picture, leads to an Atom feed of wall posts by the Page that can be auto-discovered by clients.

The RSS option will assist users that want to stay up to date with news distributed from specific Pages without constantly having to check Facebook.

Some people that might find this especially useful include those tasked with industry or corporate communications policy compliance, researchers, or those whose access to Facebook is blocked by an employer, educator, or government.

Pages could sometimes be subscribed to via SMS, but now most Pages show both RSS and SMS options.

Some clients have also had limited access to RSS feeds of Pages in the past, but there was no official option for this on Pages.

you might have noticed that Though Facebook’s Graph API still doesn’t support subscriptions, Page wall RSS subscriptions bring it closer to parity with Twitter.

Gmail drive--create virtual drive through Gmail-- technoramayan

GMail Drive takes the short stack of gigabytes given to Gmail users and turns them into a virtual drive accessible from your computer's file tree.

Gmail drive is a space extension that creates a virtual file system around the account. This lets you treat those 5 gigs (at the time of writing) as a standard remote drive. You can drag and drop files into the drive, or use standard cutting and pasting. When you add a file, it sends an e-mail to your Gmail account with the file as an attachment. If you delete a file from the virtual drive, it deletes the associated e-mail, as well.
ALL you need to operate GMail drive is the computer must be connected to the Internet and the user must have a Gmail account.
Multiple computers can connect to one Gmail account thus allowing GMail Drive to act as a multi-user file server.

you can download Gmail Drive from this links..


Saturday, 28 May 2011

create your own extensions in chrome-- by techno Ramayan

Here i show you how can you create your own extensions in chrome.......

first of copy this code and save it as menifest.json

  "name": "technoramayan",
  "version": "1.0",
  "description": "",
  "browser_action": {
    "default_icon": "icon.png",
    "popup": "popup.html"
  "permissions": [

now copy this code and save it as popup.html

body {
img {
  border:2px solid black;
var req = new XMLHttpRequest();
    "" +
        "" +
        "api_key=90485e931f687a9b9c2a66bf58a3861a&" +
        "text=hello%20world&" +
        "safe_search=1&" +  // 1 is "safe"
        "content_type=1&" +  // 1 is "photos only"
        "sort=relevance&" +  // another good one is "interestingness-desc"
req.onload = showPhotos;
function showPhotos() {
  var photos = req.responseXML.getElementsByTagName("photo");
  for (var i = 0, photo; photo = photos[i]; i++) {
    var img = document.createElement("image");
    img.src = constructImageURL(photo);
// See:
function constructImageURL(photo) {
  return "http://farm/" + photo.getAttribute("farm") +
      "" + photo.getAttribute("server") +
      "/" + photo.getAttribute("id") +
      "_" + photo.getAttribute("secret") +

at last select your own icon which you want to display in chrome
rename it as icon.png

put this three files including icon.png in your folder which has any name..

now open the chrome and goto

now click on + sign of developer mode

Click the Load unpacked extension button. A file dialog appears.

In the file dialog, navigate to your extension's folder and click OK.
all you done
see right side of address bar
you can find your extension..
you can do more with extensions like add links,images,some task
 for this join the group

enjoy developing your extensions......

feel free to comments......