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Wednesday, 2 April 2014

Blogger app for android

I'd like to share with you the official blogger application for android which you can use to blog on the go. It is very useful if you don't have your laptop or desktop with you when you're out of town today just like me.

I searched for this on the google play store, but unfortunately, the blogger app is not available in my country (Philippines) for reasons unknown to me YET. That's why I searched google for the apk file of this app and stumbled upon this page that provide a download link for the installation file itself. Cheers!

Well here's how the application is described:

Blogging on the go.
Download the latest release of the official Blogger app, and start blogging on the go. With Blogger for Android you can:

  • Compose a post that you can save to draft or immediately publish
  • View list of your saved and published posts
  • Switch account/blog if you have more than one
  • Embed an image from the gallery, or, by taking a picture directly from the app
  • Add labels to your posts
  • Add location information

With the Blogger app for Android, you can quickly and easily publish posts to your blog wherever you are.

Here's the download link provided by

Have a great day ahead of you folks and happy blogging!

Sunday, 30 March 2014

Improve gaming performance of your computer

We all love to play video games on our personal computers. Don't you agree? But the bad thing about PC gaming is that we have to upgrade parts of our computers if we want to play the latest games with the highest quality and frame rates as possible. Unlike Xbox or PlayStation players, we can't play games that are designed to be played on higher spec machines.  It is the main problem of us, gamers specially students who don't have the budget to buy new processors, graphic cards, or even a brand new laptop!

But you don't have to buy a new gaming rig right now if you want to play resource intensive games on your old machines! I'm a low budget gamer myself and I've done my research from the past few years on how to make gaming smoother and I'll share those tweaks to you today.

Do all these and you will see a significant increase in fps (frames per second) of your games.
  • Free up space in your hard drive - This is kinda self explanatory since almost all gadgets starts to become slower as you fill the memory with files. We need at least 10% free space in a partition as a preparation for the next step. So, uninstall those applications that you rarely use or do not use at all.
  • Defrag your hard drive - Defragging the hard drive optimizes the files stored in it and removes fragmentation of files. It will make it easier and faster for the hard disk to locate the files needed to run the games. To know more about defragging and fragmentation click here.
  • Update your graphics card driver - You need to update your drivers because leading card manufacturers like nvidia and amd provides bug fixes and performance optimizations for new games.
  • Install Razer game booster - This is a free application which tweaks settings on your computer. It also works as a graphics card updater but it doesn't get the latest drivers so you have to do it manually. Its main feature is the gaming mode which temporarily disables unnecessary services and applications that may slow down gaming performance.
  • Check for viruses or spywares - You need to check for harmful softwares because these will really slow down your whole machine and might do some damage to your hardware or files.
  • Lower the video settings in the game itself - Lower the resolution, turn off or lower anti-aliasing settings, turn off v-sync, textures and other settings that have an impact on performance.
  • Disable aero or use windows classic theme if you're using windows - This will save a few ram that can be used by your games.
  • Use ReadyBoost - It is a feature present only on Windows 7 onward and can be find on My Computer. It turns your flash drive as a Virtual RAM and it is very useful if your PC doesn't have that much RAM. It is recommended for those who have lower than 4 Gigs of RAM.
  • Increase Pagefile - This step is similar to ReadyBoost but this one uses your Hard Disk as Virtual RAM instead of your Flash Drive.
  • If you're brave, Overclock your processor or graphics card - This step is risky and should only be done if you are an experienced user because you might fry your card and you will render your laptop useless if you do it wrong. If you're interested, you can search guides on google on how to overclock your specific card.

Well, that's all the tweaks that I remember. I'll keep this post updated if I find more. I hope these steps will be effective to you as it did to me. Good luck squeezing a few more power on your computers! Have fun!

Monday, 24 March 2014

TeraCopy - copy files faster in windows with resume capabilities

Do you experience slow copying or moving of files in windows? Or you might have also experienced an interrupted copy process when you accidentally removed your flash drive while a large sized file is copying?

Worry no more because TeraCopy is here!


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One of the most common complaints about newer versions of Windows is the slow copying speed, especially when transferring lots of files over the network. If you want to speed up your copying or if you regularly transfer large amounts of data and have to stop the process to perform some other disk-intensive task, this program may be just what you need.

TeraCopy is designed to copy and move files at the maximum possible speed. It skips bad files during the copying process, and then displays them at the end of the transfer so that you can see which ones need attention. TeraCopy can automatically check the copied files for errors by calculating their CRC checksum values. It also provides a lot more information about the files being copied than its Windows counterpart. TeraCopy integrates with Windows Explorer's right-click menu and can be set as the default copy handler.

  • Copy files fasterTeraCopy uses dynamically adjusted buffers to reduce the seek times. Asynchronous copying speeds up the file transfer between two physical hard drives.

  • Pause and resume file transfer activitiesPause the copy process at any time in order to free up system resources and continue with a single click.

  • Error recoveryIn case of a copy error, TeraCopy will try several times to recover and, in the worse case scenario, will simply skip the file, not terminating the entire transfer.
  • Interactive file listTeraCopy shows the failed file transfers and lets you fix the problem and recopy only the problem files.
  • Shell integrationTeraCopy can completely replace the Explorer copy and move functions, in turn enabling you to work with files as usual.

Full Unicode support.
Windows 8 x64 support.

Download it for free here from the author's website:

Monday, 17 March 2014

MP3Gain - Adjust and Enhance the volume of your mp3 music

Are you tired of turning up or down the volume of your music once the next song is played? You are playing a loud song when suddenly the next song will be very soft and the volume of your playing device needs to be turned up for you to hear the music.

That will be frustrating specially when you are in a hurry or walking outside and it will be a hassle to reach out to your pocket and turn up the volume of your device (assuming you're using a mobile playing device) just so you can satisfy the sound that you need.

So worry no more! MP3Gain is here!

Here's the details of the software directly from the publisher's website.

"MP3Gain analyzes and adjusts mp3 files so that they have the same volume.MP3Gain does not just do peak normalization, as many normalizers do. Instead, it does some statistical analysis to determine how loud the file actually sounds to the human ear.Also, the changes MP3Gain makes are completely lossless. There is no quality lost in the change because the program adjusts the mp3 file directly, without decoding and re-encoding."

It's absolutely FREE and you don't have to worry that your music file will get damaged or lose its quality since I have tested this with 200+ .mp3 files and I didn't have any problems with the sound!

But just for a precaution, backup your music files before you use MP3Gain so you still have the original files incase it didn't work out for you.

Here's the download link of the file.

I don't own this software nor am I affiliated with them so if you're going to give credits do it to Glen Sawyer aka "snelg".

That's all! Enjoy playing music!