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The internet offers various ways of sharing your notes with friends. You can email your notes or blog about them. But both of these require you to first have an account through which you can email or blog. However by using “Just Paste It” you can easily start publishing notes online without registering for any accounts.


“Just Paste It” is a free to use website that lets you publish your notes. In its own words, the site lets you “share text and images the easy way.” Undoubtedly it lives up to this claim.

When you visit the homepage of the site you find an empty writing canvas with various formatting tools. These tools let you control numerous aspects of your notes such as font size, alignment, bullets, and color. You can also add images, hyperlinks, and text in simple as well as special formatting. Mistakes can be undone using the undo and redo buttons.


To the right of the editing canvas you will find tools that let you specify the URL of your published note. Using these controls you can also upload image from your computer and export notes stored in DOC, RTF, or ODT files.


With your note completed, you can click on the Publish button at the bottom to obtain the three different types of links for your note. These links correspond to a direct public URL, to a code to used in forums, and to an embeddable HTML code which you can use on your site or blog.


Either of these codes results in your note being viewable. The note is viewed exactly how you edit it in the canvas. Viewers can also download the note as a PDF file if they wish.


Throughout the process, you do not create any accounts with the website nor do the viewers of your note. This feature along with its overall simplicity of use and richness of features, makes “Just Paste It” a remarkable online note-sharing application.

Check out “Just Paste It” @ http://justpaste.it/


This is a guest post by Yousuf Khan who blogs at HaveFunForever. If you wish to write for CallingAllGeeks, check our guest posting guidelines.

Does your computer take ages to boot? If yes than mostly the reason is boot-up apps, the apps that opens when you open your computer. You can easily disable these apps so that your computer may not take useless time in opening these apps. Here I am going you tell you how to add and remove startup apps in Windows.

Adding Custom Startup Apps

If you want to automatically open any app custom on your PC then this trick will work  for you. You will be thinking what kind of app you will like to be opened at startup as all the necessary apps like AntiVirus, Dropbox etc automatically startups at bootup. Well this depends upon your usage like I love web-browsing so I have kept Google Chrome as a startup app, if you are a music lover you might keep iTunes as a startup app or Photoshop if you are a photographer.

To add a startup app, simply open Startup folder and copy the application shortcut in the folder.

Where to find Startup folder? Location of  Startup folder depends upon your Windows. In Windows 7/Vista, open Start Menu, click on All Programs , Scroll down and you will find the startup folder.

In Windows XP, the folder is somewhere here => C: ► Documents and Settings ► (user) ► Start Menu ► Programs ► Startup.

Enabling And Disabling Startup Apps

To enable or disable a startup app, download and install a small yet powerful app called CCleaner from here. This app has many useful features like removing temporary files, registry cleaner etc but we will focus on how to manage startup apps.

After installing CCleaner, open it and go to tools => Startup and choose the programs which you will like to open at startup. Simply double click the program to enable/disable it.

CCleaner Windows

CCleaner Startup Windows

Remember that disabling/enabling any app won’t delete the app from from its location and you can anytime enable/disable it again.

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Because I often write reviews for software and websites, I need to take screenshots as reference images to explain my point. While I have been blogging, I have come across various screenshot applications that offer a unique set of features. For a long time I had not discovered an impressive screenshot application. But then I found Screenpresso.


Screenpresso is an amazing screenshot application for Windows that lets you capture screenshots and record screencasts. After its installation, it runs in the background with its icon visible in the System Tray. When you press the “Print Screen” button on the keyboard, a cursor shows up through which you can capture an area of your screen. Also displayed are the pixel dimensions of the area and a magnified view of the point your cursor is over.


When you take capture an image the Screenpresso window pops up with that displays a list of the screenshots you took. After selecting an image in this window you can edit it in a picture editing program of your choice and save it as some other file, or share it one of many online social networks.


Screenpresso’s options let you control the image quality, image format, and add effects on the screenshots you take. The program also serves as an excellent screencast tool through which you can record the entire screen or only a portion of it. The screencast can be saved as a separate file and viewed in Screenpresso’s own player or a media player of your choice.


Normally I had to use two separate programs for screenshots and screencasts, but this 2-in-1 solution has certainly simplified things. I am sure you will find Screenpresso as helpful as I did.

You can get the program from http://screenpresso.com/


Nokia’s Symbian OS has been around from a long time and it’s been one of the most popular and highly used operating system that Nokia has always endorsed on almost all of it’s products until recently. Symbian OS evolved quite a lot, but it’s interface has been all same since the beginning, even the new Symbian ^3 OS doesn’t really change anything. And with the evolution of Android OS and dominance of Apple’s iOS, Nokia’s Symbian just wasn’t good enough for smartphones, very easy to use, but not built with power and performance in mind.

Nokia thus declared, at it’s Capital Markets Day, that they’ll be killing the Symbian OS altogether and will shift their focus to Microsoft’s Windows Phone products. They haven’t given out any official date yet, but it would mostly be over in the year 2012. The death of one of the most used operating systems for mobile phones, the Symbian OS. Nokia will thus be switching over to Windows Phone 7 for their future mobile phones, and there has already been an official announcement about the partnership of Nokia and Microsoft.

Nokia and Microsoft together will be something good that might happen to Nokia after all, but we can’t be really sure. Nokia will transform it’s Meego platform to an ‘experimental project’ and Windows Phone 7 will becomes it’s official OS merchandise.

Nokia plans to form a strategic partnership with Microsoft to build a global mobile ecosystem based on highly complementary assets. The Nokia-Microsoft ecosystem targets to deliver differentiated and innovative products and have unrivalled scale, product breadth, geographical reach, and brand identity. With Windows Phone as its primary smartphone platform, Nokia would help drive the future of the platform by leveraging its expertise on hardware optimization, software customization, language support and scale. Nokia and Microsoft would also combine services assets to drive innovation. Nokia Maps, for example, would be at the heart of key Microsoft assets like Bing and AdCenter, and Nokia’s application and content store would be integrated into Microsoft Marketplace. Under the proposed partnership, Microsoft would provide developer tools, making it easier for application developers to leverage Nokia’s global scale.

[ Via Engadget ]

What do you think about this move by Nokia? Do you think partnership with Microsoft will be fruitful?


Nokia C1-01 is a phone which is low at cost and high at features. It has a load full of features with a huge expandable memory of 32 GB(using a 32 GB MicroSD memory card). You will get a 2 GB memory card in the box. It has Bluetooth, 3G, USB, GPRS and 3.5 mm Jack. This phone is extremely light with a weight of just 78 grams. It has stereo FM with RDS and FM recording too. The resolution of the phone is 128×160 pixels and the display is 1.8 inches. It has a Li-on 1020 mAh battery.

Nokia C1-01

Well, it has a VGA camera but it’s fine because of its low cost. You can access internet in this mobile using Opera Mini or another tools which you can download from the web. It has a standby time of up to 504 hours and a talk time of 640 minutes. You can record your call with this mobile. It is available in 4 colors – Dark Grey, Warm Grey, Red and Midnight Blue.

Nokia C1-01 Colors

Now, let me summarize the above.

1. 64 MB memory in beginning, could be expanded to 32 GB using a MicroSD memory card.
2. Bluetooth, GPRS, USB and 3.5 mm Jack.
3. The weight of the phone is just 78 grams.
4. FM with RD; FM recording.
5. The resolution of the phone is 128×160 pixels and the display is 1.8 inches
6. Li-on 1020 mAh battery.
7. VGA camera.
8. Internet can be accessed using Opera Mini or other tools which can be downloaded from internet.
9. It has a standby time of up to 504 hours and a talk time of 640 minutes
10. You can record you calls easily.
11. It is available in 4 colors – Dark Grey, Warm Grey, Red and Midnight Blue.

The price of this Nokia C1-01 is around Rs. 2600.

That’s all what I have got for you in this post, so are you planning to buy Nokia C1-01? Also check out features and specification of Nokia C5-03.


clip_image002Subtitles to videos help the viewers in a variety of ways. The most obvious help is in understanding a foreign language movie. Another way subtitles are helpful is to help communicate with people whose hearing is impaired.

Often subtitle files come in SRT format or other formats that are viewable via Notepad or some other text editor. While viewing them in these editors is easy, editing them is not. To create or modify a subtitles file you need a software dedicated to this very function. Jubler is such a software and it will let you do the job perfectly.

Jubler is a freeware application with versions for Mac, Windows, and Linux computers. It also comes as a JAR file so you can simply run it as a Java application.

Useful Subtitles Resources:

Editing your subtitles through Jubler is quite easy. You start by dragging the files into the program’s window. All the subtitles are loaded up individually and displayed with their timings. Clicking on a subtitle highlights it presents its text in the bottom toolbar. This is where you can edit what the subtitle says.


Also displayed in the bottom toolbar are the exact start and finish times for the subtitle entry you click. You can edit and correct the timings of an out of sync subtitle from here.


Using the ‘pen’ button in the bottom right you can edit how the subtitle will look while being played. You can edit the font styles and size of the subtitles along with all its colors.


The Tools menu in the top will help you perform other neat functions such as giving all subtitles a uniform time shift, checking them for spelling errors, rounding off times, and splitting the subtitles file.


Overall, Jubler is an excellent subtitles editor that will be greatly helpful to all computer users. You can start creating new subtitles or modifying present ones by downloading the program from the link given below.

Download Jubler


We use our computer flash drives to save all sorts of files. Often these files are private documents, images, and videos. We would not want anybody else to have access to these files without our permission. For this reason it is best to password protect our flash drives and ensure we are the only ones with access to them.

If you are a Windows user looking for an application to password protect your USB, then the following 4 freeware solutions will serve you perfectly.

1. Rohos Mini Drive

Rohos Mini Drive

Rohos Mini Drive is a simple yet effective security application for your USB flash drives. The application is sized at nearly 3MB and installs on almost all Windows computers. With Rohos you can create a secret encrypted partition on your flash drive and store private files in it. Encryption is done on the fly and does not require administrative privileges. To access the partition you need to type in the right password. You can carry around Rohos’s portable version in your flash drive to access the encrypted partition from any computer.

Download Rohos Mini Drive

2. Comodo Disk Encryption

Commodo Disk Encryption

Comodo Disk Encryption is another freeware designed to encrypt hard drive partitions. You can use the program to add an encrypted partition on your flash drive that is accessible only through the set password. Get the 8.5MB setup file for the app from the link given below.

Download Comodo Disk Encryption

3. USB Safeguard

USB Safeguard

USB Safeguard is a tiny executable file sized at only 400KB that you store in your flash drive. Running the executable and setting a password locks down your flash drive. You can unlock it by re-running the EXE file and typing your password.

Get USB Safeguard

4. TrueCrypt

TrueCrypt is open-source and its setup file is sized at 3.4MB. The program offers the same features such as Rohos Mini Drive, plus more. In addition to creating encrypted partitions on the hard drive and flash drives, the program can also create a virtual encrypted disk within a file and mount it as a real disk. Moreover the program’s design helps simultaneously read and write data to your flash drive faster.

Download TrueCrypt

Do let us know which software do you use to password protect your Pen drives?


It happens many times that you or anyone else using your iPhone make in-app purchases without you knowing about it. This could end up badly if your iPhone is with your kids or anyone who has no idea about in-app purchases. But, you can easily disable it so that no one can make in-app purchases on your iDevice.


Follow some simple steps below and you will be able to disable in-app purchases on your iPhone or iPod Touch.

1. Go to Settings > General.


2. In the general settings, locate the Restriction settings and tap on it to open.


3. In Restriction settings, you can control the apps and set purchasing limits on different apps installed on your iPhone. There you will see “Enable Restrictions”. Tap on it to enable.


4. It will now ask you to enter a restriction code which will be required upon purchases.


5. Once its enabled, you can control different apps and check which applications can do in-app purchases.


Hope this was helpful.


With the market being flooded with numerous devices in every segment it really does get pretty confusing for the consumer. An average consumer can’t really own all of these. The attractively low prices and the smaller designs are very appealing but bring with themselves the dilemma of whether or not they will perform.

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Nokia E5 is another Qwerty keypad phone from Nokia with a lot of good features. First of all as already told, it has a Qwerty keypad for instant messaging. It has a resolution of 320 x 240 pixels and a display of 2.36 inches. It uses Symbian Os v9.3. The memory of this phone is 256 MB in the beginning which is upgradeable up to 32 GB with Micro SD memory card(You get a 2 GB Micro SD memory card in the box). It is another lightweight phone with its weight at 126 grams.

Nokia E5 has a 5 mega pixel camera with fixed focus and LED flash. It has Bluetooth, 3G, USB & 3.5 mm Jack. It has a Li-on battery(1200 mAh) with a talk time of 6 hours and standby power of around 700 hours. It has GPS, GPRS and EDGE too. It is available in 5 colors – Carbon black, Copper brown, Silver grey, Chalk white and Sky blue.

Now, let me summarize the above.

1. Nokia E5 has a Qwerty keypad.
2. Resolution of 320 x 240 pixels and display of 2.36 inches.
3. OS : Symbian OS v9.3
4. Memory of the phone in the beginning is 256 MB which is expandable up to 32 GB with Micro SD memory card.
5. The weight of the phone is 126 grams.
6. It has a 5 mega pixel camera with fixed focus and LED flash.
7. Bluetooh, 3G, USB and 3.5 mm Jack is available.
8. 1200 mAh Li-on battery with a talk time of 6 hours and standby power of around 700 hours.
9. GPS, GPRS and EDGE.
10. It is available in 5 colors – Carbon black, Copper brown, Silver grey, Chalk white and Sky blue.

The price of Nokia E5 is around Rs. 10,000.

Thats all what I have got for you in this post. So, are you planning to buy Nokia E5?