Category Archives: Secret Tricks On The Internet…Unleashed

MTNL Mumbai IP/DNS/SubnetMask Settings. [Images]

If You’re The Person Who Is Looking For

The Default IP Address, Subnet Mask, Preferred DNS Server, Default Gateway

This Is The Right Place For You.

Here are some step by step instructions to guide you through the whole procedure.

*This tutorial works on Windows Xp,Windows Vista,Windows7.

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Step 1: Open your Control Panel

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Step 2: Click On Local Area Connection

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Step3: Click On Properties

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Step4: Double Click On “Internet Protocol version 4 (TCP/IPv4)”

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Step5: Fill In These Details

Now Enjoy Some Hassle-Free Internet Browsing.

Drive Cars On Google Maps

Drive Cars On Google Maps

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to drive a car on the congested streets of lower Manhattan in Now York or the scenic Transfăgărășan road in Romania or even your neighbourhood?

Meet Mini Maps, a Google Maps based Flash mashup that lets you drive a car virtually anywhere in the world using the controls on the keyboard. Simply select a location on Google Maps – you can either type the address or choose a point on the map visually – and hit the car accelerator (the up arrow key) to start moving.

Unlike the other Google Maps based car-driving games, Mini Maps is smart enough to recognize the terrain and the roads in your driving area and adds virtual boundaries on either sides of the road as you drive. If the area you’ve selected for driving is too dark, the car headlights will turn on automatically or your can press the “N” key to turn-off the night mode.

There’s more. You can create your own track on Google Maps by clicking at different points on the map or you can invite your other Facebook friends to Mini Map for a quick game of car racing. The stuff is very nicely done and can be addictive!

See the other Google Games.

Eight Wonderful Google Games To Keep You Entertained

Eight Wonderful Google Games To Keep You Entertained

Google Games

Warning: Google Games mentioned here may be highly addictive.

Toogle Search – Bill Gates – When you make a search on Toogle, it fetches the first images from Google images search and converts the picture into a colored ascii file made of only the search terms.

Google Mirror – elgoog – This site is like a mirror reflection of Google. All the text is displayed in the reverse order and inclined to the right of the page just like Arabic language. Remember that the queries are also to written in the backward direction [live example]

Gwigle – What Am I Googling? – A very addictive game where you are shown the Google search results page and you then have to reverse guess the search query. The game has various levels and can keep you busy for a long time. The accompanying tips will help you become a better googler. [Thanks, Ionut]

Guess The Google – At the start of this Google game, a grid of 20 image thumbnails would appear each of would match one search keyword. You get 20 seconds to guess the search keyword but you can make as many number of guess as you want during that time.

Googlewhack – A Googlewhack is a Google search query consisting of two words – both in the dictionary, and without quotation marks – that returns a single result. The search will list ‘Results 1-1 of 1’. Googlewhacking is the pastime activity of finding such a result. A person attempting to find Googlewhacks is known as a Googlewhacker. [Whack Stack]

World War on Google Maps – Online players (2-25) randomly receive a set of countries with troop hitpoints based on real world population data. To play: attack neutral and enemy countries in an effort to try to take over the world. You have a 20% chance of receiving more troops when you overtake an enemy country. [via Slashdot]

Google Maps Flight Simulator – Nothing so advanced as the Microsoft Flight simulator, but this Googel computer game lets you fly a small farmer plane over any landscape created from a compilation of Google Maps images. You can use the keyboard arrow keys to change the flying directions, bank and dive. Space lets you fire while A/Z are for varying the flying speed.

Guess the Place – You are shown a picture and need to find out which country, state or city is being shown by looking at parts of Google Maps, or Flickr images of the place. [Philipp Lenssen]

Brain Fail: Study Suggests Internet Explorer Users Are Dumb

*UPDATE*

Internet Explorer User’s Are Dumb!

In a blog today on a fake company’s website, the perpetrator of the scam admitted the whole thing was a put-on.

“There is no company called AptiQuant, and no such survey was ever done,” the blog read. “This was all meant to be a lighthearted joke.”

But Still Go Ahead And Read This Article,Rib Tickling!

Still using Internet Explorer? Well, I’ve got to hand it to you: It takes guts in today’s tech climate. Looking around the webs, it seems the Microsoft browser doesn’t get a whole lot of love or respect. As if to punctuate the sentiment, results from an online IQ test were released recently, and it suggests that IE users aren’t exactly the sharpest crayons in the box.

Aptiquant — a consulting firm in the business of creating examinations tools for hiring purposes — posted the test on its website. The firm went through the results of more than 100,000 participants, and discovered that people who visited using IE scored the worst — below average, in fact. Meanwhile, visitors with Chrome, Firefox, Safari and Opera had pretty comparable IQs (with Opera users winning out by a smidge).

Back in 2006, the results looked more even.

Average IQ of browser users in 2006 (blue) and 2011 (red)

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[via SAI Business Insider, source Aptiquant]

 

Here’s How To Update Facebook Status Via iPhone 5G, Xbox Live,NASA Satellite’s, Your Mom’s Computer, And More

Courtesy Of Redmondpie

Are you bored with status updates that are ‘via iPhone’ or ‘via Web’? We know you are, and we also know of a great way to get away from the tedium and confuse all your friends at the same time, with a handy new website that offers you the ability to post Facebook status updates from all kinds of weird and wonderful places, ranging from a Commodore 64 to a Sperm Whale.

The website called StatusVia, popped up after a Reddit post listed all the codes required to spoof a source entry when posting status updates to Facebook. While the updates can be done manually using these codes, StatusVia makes the whole thing automated, with no funny business required.

[1] Choose Your Delivery Method

[2] Hit Update Status

[3] Share on Facebook

Here Are Some Examples,As To How They Will Appear.

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