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Sunday, 5 February 2017

Android 7.0 Nougat: Top 5 Features

Android 7.0 Nougat: Top 5 Features

1. Enhanced UI And Better Notifications

Since the visual changes are the first ones you'll see as soon as you boot up your Nougat device, the tweaked UI deserves a special mention. Android 7.0 Nougat brings instant control toggles when swiping down from the top of the screen, improving the way you can activate or deactivate Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and more.
The notification menu, meanwhile, gets a cool overhaul that makes better use of available on-screen space, sporting smaller fonts and bundling all notifications from the same app. Moreover, a new Direct Reply feature now enables users to reply to messages faster and easier, straight from notifications, as Google finally enabled the feature for third-party apps as well. Another useful trick is pressing and holding on a notification to access the app's settings, which makes things arguably more convenient.
  

2. Better Multitasking With Quick Switch And Multi-Window


Google has always handled multitasking quite proficiently with Android, but Nougat makes everything better. Quick Switch, for instance, will allow users to seamlessly switch to the last used app simply by double-tapping the Recent button.
Speaking of the Recent menu, Android 7.0 Nougat also introduces a new Clear All Button, which was missing from the stock version of Android Marshmallow.
Multi-window makes use of the Recent menu as well, allowing users to easily open an app from another app. More specifically, if you press the Recent button while you're using an app, you'll have the option to select another app to open alongside your current one. Both apps will work simultaneously in a split-screen view. This should significantly improve productivity, especially since you'll be able to drag items from one app to another when both are open in split-screen view.

3. Lower System Requirements

Google started a while back to make its mobile operating system lighter, so to say, aiming to make Android work well even on devices with less impressive specifications.
Android Nougat now rocks tighter core components, lowering the system requirements to run faster on devices with lower-end hardware. This builds on the efforts Google made in earlier versions of Android, starting with KitKat.

4. Power Saving

One of the most commended features of Android 6.0 Marshmallow was Doze, which brought neat battery optimizations to keep devices running for longer on a single charge. Google is now taking things to the next level with Android 7.0 Nougat, introducing "Doze on the Go."
While the Doze in Marshmallow placed devices in a dormant state when not in use, Doze on the Go offers power-saving features even when in motion, whenever the display is off. Another neat feature called Project Svelte, meanwhile, keeps apps from waking up when detecting changes in the device's network connection.

5. Daydream VR

Google Cardboard is nothing compared to the ambitious Daydream VR the company's latest platform for virtual reality. Daydream VR pairs VR headsets and controllers with an Android Nougat-based UI designed to facilitate discovery and consumption of VR content. Moreover, Daydream VR will rock an impressively low 20 ms latency, which should translate to the best mobile VR experience yet.
On the downside, Daydream VR will only be compatible with a few new handsets, which means that current devices will most likely not be able to support the platform. Future flagships, however, should have no problem getting the most out of Daydream VR.



1. Enhanced UI And Better Notifications
Since the visual changes are the first ones you'll see as soon as you boot up your Nougat device, the tweaked UI deserves a special mention. Android 7.0 Nougat brings instant control toggles when swiping down from the top of the screen, improving the way you can activate or deactivate Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and more.
The notification menu, meanwhile, gets a cool overhaul that makes better use of available on-screen space, sporting smaller fonts and bundling all notifications from the same app. Moreover, a new Direct Reply feature now enables users to reply to messages faster and easier, straight from notifications, as Google finally enabled the feature for third-party apps as well. Another useful trick is pressing and holding on a notification to access the app's settings, which makes things arguably more convenient.
- See more at: http://www.techtimes.com/articles/175193/20160826/android-7-0-nougat-top-10-features-youll-love.htm#sthash.jrt2gGja.dpuf
1. Enhanced UI And Better Notifications
Since the visual changes are the first ones you'll see as soon as you boot up your Nougat device, the tweaked UI deserves a special mention. Android 7.0 Nougat brings instant control toggles when swiping down from the top of the screen, improving the way you can activate or deactivate Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and more.
The notification menu, meanwhile, gets a cool overhaul that makes better use of available on-screen space, sporting smaller fonts and bundling all notifications from the same app. Moreover, a new Direct Reply feature now enables users to reply to messages faster and easier, straight from notifications, as Google finally enabled the feature for third-party apps as well. Another useful trick is pressing and holding on a notification to access the app's settings, which makes things arguably more convenient.
- See more at: http://www.techtimes.com/articles/175193/20160826/android-7-0-nougat-top-10-features-youll-love.htm#sthash.jrt2gGja.dpuf

Friday, 3 February 2017

How to Hide Files or Folder using cmd



How to Hide Files or Folder using cmd


Step 1  :   go to “start”, “Run” and then type “cmd”. Command prompt will open change the drive letter you want to lock or hide the folder.



Step2  :    Now type “attrib filename +s +h /s /d” and replace the “filename” to your folder name or file name.
                 Where, 
                              "+" - Sets an attribute.
                              "S" - System file attribute
                              "H" - Hidden file attribute.(it will hide the folder specified)
                              "/s" - Processes files in all directories in the specified path
                              "/d" - Process folders as well.
 


step3 :   Now the file or folder will be hidden.
 

step4 : To find the folder and it’s contents again simply go back to the command prompt, type “CD C:Test” (of course, again replacing “Test” with the name of the folder,) and then type “attrib filename -s -h”. You should now be able to find your file again!