Easy Tasks – You Can Speed Up Your Computer Easily By Yourself

As all of us know that computers will run slower and slower when they become older and older. But even new computer will run slowly when they work for a period of time. You can speed up your computer when you finish reading this article.

Enlarge Disk Space

When you have extra money, you can buy a external hard drive to enlarge the disk space in your computer. By doing this, you can store your files in a big space without considering which files to erase. Drive partition will help you arrange and label your files clearly.

Clean your computer regularly

Remember to keep your anti-virus software is the latest version. Ensure that your protecting program can recognize malware and adware,too. Malware and adware can eat up your computer’s memory when they are running on the background.

Scanning your computer twice a week is an effect way to maintain your computer’s performance. But the most effect way is don’t open any files which is unbelievable.

Delete your temporary files
Windows will always write files in your hard drive no matter it’s temporary file or not. Temporary files may be helpful temporarily, but they will slow down your computer definitely. So if you want to speed up your computer, remember to delete your temporary files.

Make your desktop succinct

Once upon a time, I saw an old lady store all the daily use files on her computer’s desktop. You can imagine how spectacular that is desktop. She bring her running slow computer to me complaining it’s working slower and slower. I speed up her computer easily by arrange her jumbled desktop files in different drives.

Registry cleaning software

Choose reputable software which can speed up your computer by scanning and deleting registry in your computer. Registry Repair Toolkit have 4years experience in cleaning registry. It can help you speed up your computer easily by yourself.

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How AI, Machine Learning and Automation Will Impact Business in 2018 and Beyond

We are living in exciting and innovative times with futuristic technology literally at our fingertips. But for the longest time, small to medium sized businesses were not serviced by the latest tech trends enterprises have been able to benefit from. That is, until now. In this article, we’ll explore these technology trends and how they will impact business in 2018 and beyond.

So, what kind of things can this ‘smart’ tech do? Just 4 months ago, an AI machine managed to complete a University level math exam 12 times faster than it normally takes the average human. How? Through the art of machine learning; where computers learn and adapt through experience without explicitly being programmed.

Furthermore, Facebook made headlines earlier this year when their chatbots created their own language. Some Fake News stories say that the engineer’s pulled the plug in a panic after they were getting too smart. However, the truth is that for Facebook’s purposes the chatbots needed to stick to English rather than developing their own short hand. However, their machine learning chatbots did create their own language outside their explicit programming.

This evolving area of computer science is the future for service businesses, and it’s already affecting the way we live and work today. In fact, research firm Markets and Markets estimates that the machine learning market will grow from $1.41 billion in 2017 to $8.81 billion by 2022!

So buckle up because these technology trends will affect every part of your business, from marketing, to operations all the way through to payroll. Here’s how:

Marketing Gets Smarter with AI and Machine Learning
AI and Social Media Marketing

In April 2017, Salesforce conducted a study of marketing leaders worldwide, and the results were mind blowing. Respondents said they expect to see improvements in efficiency and advancements in personalization over the next five years. More than 60 percent of marketers also envision leveraging AI to create dynamic landing pages, websites, programmatic advertising and media buying.

However, what people were most excited about is AI’s potential impact on social media listening and lead nurturing. In the not so distant future, AI will become increasingly sophisticated and a powerful tool for social media marketing.

The main way AI will affect marketing is through nurturing leads through social media. But how? Through personalized, real-time content targeting that produces 20 percent more sales opportunities. With behavioral targeting methods, AI will be able to locate and start the nurture process, for example, a marketing stack that employs AI algorithms might learn that a specific buyer who checks into LinkedIn on Monday mornings has recently started looking for a new CRM tool. The software can then suggest (or even create) targeted posts to be published on the days and times that they’ll see them: one that asks their requirements of the software and another follow up piece with a comparison of the CRM ecosystem.

Currently, savvy marketers that are using social listening as as way to nurture leads don’t have the necessary enhancement of AI, so it is time consuming, manual and not in real-time. So how do you start to get ready for this type of future content marketing distribution?

Firstly, you will need to have your buyer personas well defined. Taking a solid look at your CRM will give you tons of hints for content that will get qualified leads to respond. By taking a step back and analyzing your channel’s content (like emails, phone calls and social media messages) you will start to get the right kind of insights that will prompt a lead to take the next step into the second phase of your sales funnel. For instance, a C-Suite executive might respond best to data-driven whitepapers and infographics to peak their interests, whereas a fellow marketer might be more suited for an interactive case-study or video.

The only way to get these kinds of insights is to do a deep dive into your CRM platform and conduct a thorough review of customer details – using semantic analysis to understand the level of buying intent behind the words your qualified prospects use.

Hot tip: Starting to run your analysis now and developing strong personas will be key to implementing AI algorithms to your social media in 2018 and beyond.

Marketing and Machine Learning

Put simply, machine learning is about understanding data and statistics. It’s a technical process where computer algorithms find patterns in data, then predict probable outcomes – like when your email determines whether a particular message is spam or not depending on words in the subject line, links included in the message, or patterns identified in a list of recipients. This is a perfect example of how machine learning can be applied in marketing to optimize for successful campaigns.

Businesses can also use machine learning to up-sell the right product, to the right customer, at the right time. In 2018, marketers will continue to rely on machine learning to understand open rates when it comes to email – so you know exactly when to send your next campaign to increase click through rates and ROI. The next big thing? It might sound small but ticket tagging and re-routing can be a massive expense for small businesses – costs that can be saved with machine learning. Having a sales inquiry automatically end up with the sales team, or a complaint end up instantly in the customer service department’s queue, is going to save companies a lot of time and money, and this is all being made possible with modern technology.

And while solving issues in record time and delivering successful email campaigns is great, this is just the beginning. Here’s what else to expect in 2018:

E-Commerce Reaches New Heights
You’ve been shopping for a new pair sunglasses on Amazon, then before you know it, your Facebook feed is filled with multiple eyewear ads and related trends for Summer: this is machine learning. In-fact, this example of analyzing data based on a user’s purchase history or online shopping behavior is the future for e-commerce.

Retail companies are also tracking what ads or images you’re most likely to stop scrolling on, in order to target you with specific content. For example, if you always click on ads that contain happy women and some text, then a machine will log this as preferred content so that you are only targeted with ads that fit this description. Machines can also track what time of day you are most active on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and/or Pinterest, in order to present these ads to you at an optimal buying time.

Then when it’s time to purchase, machine learning is applied to reduce the risk of credit fraud in small businesses. How? Machines learn from historical datasets that contain fraudulent transactions and can identify patterns that represent a typical fraudulent transaction – similar to the way spam emails are detected and deterred. Machine learning will start to affect other parts of your business funnel as well, just take a look at the rise of Chatbots.

Integrating Chatbots
There was a time in which chatbots were only thought of as manmade pests on the internet, but through machine learning, they are getting smarter and businesses are embracing them en mass.

In 2018 and beyond, chatbots will play a key role in the future of customer service. Why? Chatbots can help achieve a faster customer service resolution, as well as provide quick histories of each customer for impeccable customer service. There are some key benefits that chatbots have over solely human interactions:

Giving 24/7 customer service: The great things about machines? They don’t sleep! Coupled with the fact that chatbots are getting sophisticated enough to recognize human emotions such as anger, confusion, fear and joy. So should a chatbot encounter negative sentiments from the customer, they can seamlessly transfer to a human to take over and finish assisting the customer.

The era of being ‘on hold’ is gone: A huge barrier to providing excellence in customer service is long wait times. How many times have you tried to get customer service from Comcast (or any TV/Internet provider) and you are getting progressively more frustrated with the wait times? This can all be eliminated with chatbots!
Quick access to customer data makes service more personal: One thing that humans will never be better at than chatbots is quickly digesting customer data and history to provide context to customer questions. Chatbots excel at collecting customer data from support interactions. They can serve as virtual assistants that can feed customer data to your customer service officers so they have a full history of each account quickly. Even though we are right at the start of chatbot adoption, there’s no doubt that this technology is going to be a key contributor to business success in 2018.
This emerging tool for businesses already has significant buy-in from thought leaders around the globe. In fact, Larry Kim, Founder of Wordstream, is all in on chatbots as he has started his own company where his bots are currently in beta. With this move, it will be interesting to see how businesses will leverage robots throughout other aspects of their business. The final trend we’ll explore is Automation and how it affects businesses today.

Automation Now and in 2018
Though Machine Learning and AI are hot topics in the tech world, it is not to a point that small to medium size businesses can leverage it in the immediate future. But there is still hope for them with automation. Powered by the Cloud, this type of technology has already revolutionized Marketing and Sales workflows and interactions but it is also starting to touch the various other parts of a business. For example:

Operations Automation

Once you win an important sale, you’ve got to deliver the product or service you’ve promised to the client. What does that process look like for most businesses now? You all will have a kick off meeting and hope to cover all the promises that marketing and sales has given to your client. However, with the use of operations automation and a powerful CRM you will be able to read the interactions and see all the various touch points a client had with your company before that kick off call even happens. This will give all service businesses a head start in providing great client relations and managing expectations. This category of SaaS products is called Service Operations Automation, or ServOps for short.

Accounting Automation

If there is one data-entry heavy department it would be Accounting. The problem is that as humans, we are fallible and much slower at data entry than a machine. Innovations with bank feeds, rules based categorization and integrated payments have dramatically reduced the workload of clerical and bookkeeping staff and given business owners more timely access to accurate financial information for their businesses. Research, done by Xero, suggests that by 2020, automation will be commonplace in accounting, and a significant number of finance professionals will be using the next level of analytical tools to help them add value to business models across the globe.

Payroll/HR Automation

Finally, the Cloud and Automation has come to the Payroll and Human Resources sector. These important areas of a business too often suffer because small businesses aren’t big enough to afford a full time HR department. What’s the alternative? Having only part-time efforts of founders and principals which can often lead to serious risk to the business. For instance, Zenefits will automatically submit forms to the federal Internal Revenue Service on the behalf of companies. With new automation technology, compliance is automated by platforms and the effort of keeping time-off approvals in sync with PTO balances and payslips becomes a thing of the past.

In the near future, we will see the rise of great technology, powered by the Cloud, Automation, AI and Machine Learning. This truly is the start of the Golden Age of Information Technology and it is time for businesses to take a hard look at their organizations and find ways to start integrating these tech trends.

This article first appeared on Tenfold.com


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Power Of Google Android

The Main reason behind the Android Success besides Google Support is its Open Source platform which enable and opens a great world of opportunities for Android Application Developers to make the preferable changes in the OS according to the need of their applications and can build perfect Apps. Many smart phones are now using Android as their OS base to make it easy for both the developers and users to achieve full satisfaction.

Being open Source, you don’t have to pay the licensing fee for its development which you have to pay in case of iPhone or blackberry. There are no jailbreaks and unlock priorities to fulfill in it. Android App developers can sell their applications on the official Android App store or the third-party vendor which is not possible in iPhone as there is only one way and that’s Apple store. Android applications are Linux-based hence making it stable and secured.

Google Android Applications are chosen because of these capabilities:

  • Great ROI
  • Stable platform
  • Easy development and Good portability
  • Huge developer community support
  • Android OS Rocks the SmartPhone Market
  • Many sales options

Google has gifted an open source handset operating system for all the future phones which literally gave these handy toys a great power to work as a walking PC’s and perform a great piece of work very easily and without any hassles. It is the best way to make a good money on very less investment.

These benefits has stormed the Android application market by influencing more and more application development companies to jump into it and develop unique and interesting applications.

Now smart phones has enabled a walking person to get connected to the world with just one touch and share his experience with the world. Businessmen have started using it as a pocket office and are using it as a small office connector by the help of many Applications. They no more need to sit on the PC or carry a laptop with them.

What you need is just a reputed and certified Android App development company who could easily understand your requirements and mould them into a beautiful Apps. Once you hire a company for your Application you will definitely save your money, time and resources because they are professionals who are trained for it who can develop customized and user targeted Apps bringing glory for you and your business all you need is an imagination and a creative idea, “They will turn them to Application”.

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HTC Desire Z Review

HTC is no more an obscure maker of handsets with the Windows Mobile. It is a powerhouse of smart phones and it has been crowned by the consumers to be the king of software and design innovation in manufacturing award winning handsets. The Desire Z is also one among these handsets.


1. The Desire Z measures 4.69 x 2.38 x 0.56 inches in dimension and weighs around 180 grams.
2. It makes use of the Android 2.2 operating system and the HTC Sense interface.
3. The handset has an internal memory of 1524 MB and a micro SD card slot that supports cards up to 16 GB.
4. The capacitive touch screen display measures 3.7 inches and it has a resolution of 480 x 800 pixels.
5. The 5 mega pixel camera of the handset has the geo-tagging and the auto focus features. It can record high definition videos of 1280 x 720 pixels.
6. The Desire Z supports Bluetooth 2.1 with EDR technology, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n and micro USB 2.0 connectivity.
7. The included 1300 mAh battery provides a talk time of 6.66 hours of talk time and 430 hours of stand by time in the 3G networks.


The build quality of HTC is quite legendary and the Desire Z is not an exception. The battery cover and the screen are made put of brushed aluminum. The rest of the handset is made of grey plastic which is soft to touch. This material allows the signals to penetrate easily to the antennae. In spite of employing a slide out QWERTY keyboard, the handset is quite thin. It measures only 0.56 inches in thickness and it has a considerable heft of about 180 grams which has to be taken into consideration. Though the heavy feeling creates solidity in the build quality, it becomes unpleasant after a while.

The Desire Z sports a 3.7 inch LCD touch screen display. It has the Super LCD technology and a native resolution of 480 x 800 pixels. The display has a good gamut of color, improved viewing angles and contrast and good sunlight legibility under the maximum brightness setting. The handset can be used under direct sunlight when compared wit the handsets using the previous generation of LCDs. There is a black frame under the screen, housing the four small Android keys. These perform the menu, search, back and home functions. This frame also has the optical track pad. This allows the swiping through the home screens and in the navigation around the menus.

The keyboard slides out in a flush manner making use of Z hinges for this purpose. The keyboard itself creates mixed impressions. It looks excellent in pictures but in person it has a chiclet layout. The spacing between the key caps is not quite sufficient and it hinders the fast typing. The keys feel stiff and the key travel is quite shallow. There is an elevated rim around the keyboard. The left of the keyboard has the volume rocker and the micro USB port while the right side has the latch slider for the battery cover. The top edge has the power key and the audio jack. The back panel has the 5 mega pixel camera lens and the LED flash along with the grill for the speaker.


HTC has a touch interface that falls into the best interface category. The HTC as well as Google have decided to stay quite close to the Android 2.2 experience. The HTC makes use of the HTC Sense on the Desire Z. the latest version of the HTC Sense can be found only on the Desire HD and on the Desire Z. the Sense interface has many options. The personalization and the customization of the interface are completely new. The Sense UI is quite easy to load. The setup initially requires the entering of the user’s details and then adding all the accounts that are to be synchronized and then registration of the handset on the HTCSense.com. The important addition is the inclusion of the cloud based services through the new website. The HTC Hub is used to check for the recommended applications and the updates to the existing applications. The home screen can be loaded with number of widgets. The profiles can have different functionalities. There are many skins that can be used on the profiles and these are available in the HTC Hub.


The Desire Z packs a 5 mega pixel camera which is simple and easy to handle. The interface of the camera is touch friendly. There are a number o image adjustments and color effects that can be made use of before snapping a shot. It lacks the shooting modes like night mode and macro. The shots are taken quickly and there is no lag in the processing of the snaps. The camera captures sufficient details. The representation of the colors is accurate. The camcorder records videos with a frame rate of 30 fps. The recording is quite smooth. The panning might cause proverbial frame dropping here and there.


The image gallery displays thumbnails of the videos and pictures and also offers touch sharing. The DLNA capability makes the streaming of the multimedia files a snappy process. The Connected Media icon looks for the media servers for streaming the files. The music player is visually appealing and it supports the sorting of tracks by playlists, artists, etc. The direct link that connects to YouTube displays the videos that are available for the song that is currently being played. The loudspeaker performs averagely and the bass punch is lacking. The sound is better on plugging the headphones the FM radio is quite sensitive. The video playback is smooth without any hiccups when playing MPEG 4 and H.264 video clips at high definition.


The ear speaker has an average strength. There is no issue in hearing the callers in a quiet environment. When it comes to outdoor usage, it struggles even with the highest level of volume. The quality of voice is good. The callers can hear us loud and clear. The included 1300 mAh battery is estimated to offer a life of about 6 hours and 40 minutes of talk time with the 3G connectivity. It is one among the two handsets in the market with the latest iteration of the Sense UI.

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