How To Disable Outlook.com Junk Filter

Unfortunately, to disable spam filter completely in Outlook.com is currently not available.

But don't worry, there is a workaround.

Here's what you need to do:
  1.  Sign in to your Outlook.com account
  2. Select the gear icon located on the upper right corner of the page.
  3. Click More mail settings.
  4. Under Customizing Outlook, select Rules for sorting new messages.
  5. Click New.
  6. Select To or CC line
  7. Select contains
  8. On the next box, enter your Outlook.com email address
  9. Under Step 2: What action do you want to apply? select move to Inbox
  10. Save
Done.

How To Buy Apps From Google Play Store Without A Credit Card?

When you download apps for your Android powered device, sometimes paid apps are often much better compared to the free ones. With paid apps, you don't get those distracting and screen hogging advertisements! But unfortunately, most people doesn't have a credit card to purchase these premium apps.

With nTrust, anyone can buy premium apps from the Google Play Store using their MasterCard Cloud Money.

nTrust is the leader in convenient money transfer solutions that allow people to seamlessly transfer money anywhere in the world.

Is nTrust Legit?

nTrust is an international company licensed and regulated by both governmental and financial regulatory bodies and are subject to regular audits and reporting requirements.

How to get the nTrust MasterCard Cloud Money?
  1. Sign up to nTrust 
  2. Verify your account.
    1. Snap a photo of the front side of any valid government issued ID you have (passport, postal id, national id) and upload it.
    2. Snap a photo of the back side of the ID and upload it.
    3. Snap a photo of your supporting ID (phone bills, credit card statement, utility bills) and upload it. Make sure that your home address is clearly visible.
  3. After nTrust verifies your account, you can now request the nTrust MasterCard Cloud Money. 
  4. When you receive your nTrust Cloud Money card, you can now load it and buy apps from Google Play store, and you can even use it to buy apps from the Apple Store.

Important Ubuntu Terminal Commands That You Should Know About

Terminal is the command line interface (CLI) in Ubuntu that lets you type code to instruct your computer what to do. This is a faster and more powerful way to configure your computer running Ubuntu, but it requires finding out what the commands are.

Below is a list of important Ubuntu codes that you can use in Terminal:

Movement In The Directory


* cd - Change Directory
* pwd - Print Working Directory

Managing Files and Text


* cp - Copy
* ls - List
* mkdir - Make Directory
* mv - Move
* rm - Remove
* grep - Search for Text Strings
* head - Display Start of File
* less - Display Part of File
* more - Display Part of File
* tail - View the End of a File

Managing System and Program Information


* cal - Calendar
* date - Date

Troubleshooting


* fsck - File System Check

Managing Network Connections


* chkconfig - Check Activated Services
* ping - Test Network Connections
* ftp - file Transfer Protocol
* host - Check IP of Domain
* ifconfig - Configure Network Devices
* netstat - Display Routing Table
* route - Set Routes
* telnet - Connect to telnet
* traceroute - Display Route

Manage Drives and Formats


* mount - Mount a Drive
* umount - Unmount Drive
* fdisk - Format Disk
* dd - Dupliate Disk
* df - Disk Free Space

Managing Rights to Files and Directories


* chmod - Change Mode
* su - Switch User

Managing Users and Groups


* passwd - Create Password
* groupadd - Add a Group
* groupmod - Modify a Group
* chgrp - Change Group
* groupdel - Delete Group

* sudo command – Executing Commands with Elevated Privileges (Only users with administrative privileges can use this command line)

* apt-get - used to install, remove, upgrade and more.

* file - type checking of one or more files
* sleep - wait x seconds until continue with the next command
* pidof - get pid in an useful format
* ps - the ultimate system monitor for command line - also good for scripts
* cat - print out a file in the command line
* crontab - time-driven events
* man - open the manual of programms - the most important command

How to Disable Screensaver/Lock Screen/Sleep Mode in Ubuntu?

This tutorial will teach you how to temporarily prevent your computer from activating the screensaver and/or the "sleep" power saving feature of Ubuntu.

Open your terminal and type the following commands:

Adding the caffeine repository:

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:caffeine-developers/ppa

Updating your Ubuntu System:

sudo apt-get update

Install Caffeine:

sudo apt-get install caffeine python-glade2
This will install the caffeine program in your Ubuntu system. It will allow you to enable or disable the screensaver / sleep mode function of Ubuntu.

Acer Aspire S7 review


If you don't like the idea of your notebook becoming a tablet (or rather, having to pay extra for that option), laptops like the Acer Aspire S7 that still retain the traditional clamshell form factor.

Since Acer introduced the impressive but slightly handicapped S5 (thanks to a low screen resolution), the S7 is a strong move towards the better with its premium looks and its Full HD multi-touch display. As an Ultrabook, the S7's design is simply stunning.

This is also the first Acer machine that completely removes the “cheap”feeling often associated with the brand. Despite being mostly made of plastic, the S7 feels robust and well-built, thanks in part to a Gorilla Glass-protected lid. There's no official reason as to why the S7 has Gorilla Glass on the back of the lid, other than for aesthetic purposed; presumably the toughened glass is there to protect from scratches and the like. We do like that the display is able to open up quite a fair distance (over 180 degrees).

Besides gorgeous looks, adding on to the S7's premium status are quality components like a Full HD (1920 x 1080 pixel resolution) display – quite rare for a 13.3-inch laptop – as well as an SSD, a component often found in top-of-the-line Ultrabooks.

Despite its premium positioning though, the battery capacity of the S7 is quite small, taking an unfortunate side effect of having such a thin and light body, tipping the scales at just 1.3kg. Even though it's easy to carry around, lasting just over two hours in our battery test means you'll need to be parked near a power outlet more often than not, when away from the office.

And because of its incredibly thin frame, the chiclet-style keys on the S7's keyboard are extremely shallow. Fortunately, the keys have plenty of bounce, which gives users the feedback needed to type fast. Like all premium Ultrabooks, the Aspire S7 also has a reasonably - sized click pad, though we did wish it was a little bigger.

While there were some compromised made due to its thickness (or lack thereof), there might be some willing to trade battery life for an exquisitely designed machine that is likely to be one of the thinnest and lightest Ultrabooks on the market to date.

BlackBerry 10 review



With Windows Phone, Android iOS operating systems constantly evolving, both in visual and experience, the Company formerly knows as RIM seemed very much like the odd one out, with its low-powered QWERTY devices and antiquated OS design.

Of course, BlackBerry hasn't quite thrown in the towel just yet, despite rapidly losing market share in prominent markets like North America. For one, its 2011 efforts to secure a place in the tablet world with the PlayBook, a tablet device that showcased a new touch-friendly OS, were valiant but unfortunately, not quite successful.

In the same year in October, BlackBerry (then still known as RIM) officially introduces their next-generation platform. Previously knows as BBX, the platform changed name to BlackBerry 10 (or BB10 for short), due to a trademark dispute with the New Mexico-based software company called Basis platform combining BlackBerry's existing native framework (BlackBerry smartphone OS, QNX) and open-source HTLM5 technology, while retaining its enterprise, NOC and cloud services. Moving forward, BB10 devices were to brandish higher resolution screens with various form factors and layouts. More importantly, the operating system would lay the groundwork for optimal multi-core migration and threading.

However, that meant that BlackBerry had to work from scratch to overhaul their existing OS platform and its interface and app ecosystem. Unsurprisingly, the tech world wasn't caught too off=-guard when the launch of these BB10 devices was repeatedly delays, all the way from forecast 2012 dates, to an eventual Q1 2013 release. Thankfully, that wait has finally come to an end.

Flow, Peek and Hub


To meet the current needs of a constantly evolving smartphone climate, BB10 places emphasis on creating a visually pleasing user interface, a major shift from its traditionally text-heavy user interface. The OS also strives to conform to a natural experience – hence all physical navigation buttons have been stripped down, resulting in a gesture-heavy design.

The BB10 experience can be summarized in three words: Flow, Peek and Hub. Content should “flow” continuously, with users always able to “peek” at ongoing activity and notifications, with the most important bits of information centralized in a “hub”.

Highlights of BlackBerry 10


Flow


Smartphones are no longer just devices for messaging and calling – in this era they are used for a myriad of tasks, such as note-taking, surfing the web and editing photos. To make BB10 more “mobile computing” friendly, recently closed apps are laid out in widget style on the home screen for easy viewing and re-opening. Up to eight apps can be displayed, with the top left spot reserved for the most recent used app.

Peek & BlackBerry Hub


The BB10 OS has no notification bar per se, allowing apps to display full screen on the BB10 devices. However it does have a gesture called Peek, which essentially allows users to see notifications from anywhere on BlackBerry 10 by simply swiping up from the bottom of the device. That's not all – if you continue this gesture by swiping to the right, you will reach the BlackBerry Hub, the main hive activity and communications on the devices. This is Blackberry's version of Windows Phone 8's People Hub and in here, you get all your connections in one place, be it your emails, contacts, Facebook, LinkedIn or Twitter.

Keyboard


BlackBerry made their name on physical QWERTY keyboards, and despite the transition to a touch-friendly user interface, it still strives to provide the best and most accurate typing experience. On BB10, the keyboard engine dynamically learns your typing habits and word occurrence, based on your usage and thumb size to offer precise suggestion. Instead of being displayed in the bar above your keyboard, these suggestions hover above the next later in the “predicted” word. Simply flick up to get your chosen suggestion typed out.

Camera


The camera software of BB10 gets some interesting features such as Face Detection, and an especially nifty one called Time Shift. This feature automatically (and in the background) records a few seconds worth of still images before and after you actually take the shot. Once the camera detects a face in the photo, you can zoom in and cycle through the shots by moving your finger around the dial. Select your photo by tapping on the face once again; great for getting shots commonly plagued by half-closed eyelids and the like.

Proprietary Apps


BlackBerry Story Maker

The introduction of BlackBerry-flavored apps have also been added to the BB10 lineup, including BlackBerry Remember, a note-taking app that's similar to Evernote and is integrated with your Evernote account, and BlackBerry Story Maker, an app that allows your to create a full-pledge slide shows with music, photos and videos.

What is Google Glass?

Google Glass is Google's state-of-the-art electronic eye wear, one that allows users to live-stream audio or images, as well as performing basic computing tasks. To be exact, it consists of a minute electronic screen mounted on the left side of a pair of eyeglass frames. To demonstrate the device's capabilities, Google handed out pairs of Google Glasses to appointed skydivers - subsequently, a video of the skydiving stunts was streamed live to the audience, with US-based software developers allowed to purchase it at $1,500USD per unit during the conference. Google expects to roll out a consumer version of its electronic eye wear in less than two years and will price it significantly lower than the current price.