How to Disable UAC Alert for Specific Startup Applications

User Account Control (UAC) is a feature in Microsoft Windows 7 and above versions, that can help you stay in control of your computer by informing you when a program makes a change that requires administrator level permission. UAC works by adjusting the permission level of your user account.

Though UAC is nice feature which provides an extra layer of security to your computer, but sometimes it become an annoying situation when you see a UAC pop-up even for a frequently used program that is launched on Windows startup. Disabling UAC prompt entirely can prove out to be very bad for the security of your computer and hence is high discouraged. In this article we are going to find a solution of disabling UAC prompt for specific application, rather than changing UAC setting globally. 

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Automate Simple Tasks on your Computer with TinyTask

Automate Tasks on your Windows PC

Modern computing has penetrated our lives to a large extent. Computers are used to achieve any imaginable task today. But computers are meant to make our lives easier and it can only be made easier when you automate repetitive tasks on your computer too.

In this article we are going to cover a small and very powerful program which not only records the mouse and keyboard actions on your Windows computer but also effortless does the playback and automates the repetitive tasks on your Windows computer.

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Android L – A Peek preview into the future of SmartPhones

In the recently concluded Google I/O 2014, Google not only announced and shed some light on the advance feature of upcoming Android Release “L” but also delivered a peek preview to the future of our Smartphones.

Those who are not familiar with Google I/O event, it is an annual developer conference with primary focus on new features added in latest Google products and ecosystem. Though the official keynotes contain material from a Developers point of view, we at TechyLab are trying to decipher things from a consumer point of view about the  upcoming features in Android L release.

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How to Post Animated GIFs on Twitter

Who doesn’t like animated GIFs. Interwebs is floating full with those funny animated GIFs. Till date Google plus was the only social networking site allowing animated GIF to be shared. I still remember my parents, who are not so technologically advanced, joined G+ only for sake of animated GIF.

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Watch Live FIFA World Cup 2014 Stream

Recently we had covered about an awesome service – UnoDNS which lets you watch most of the Geo-restricted streaming services from anywhere in the world. With FIFA World Cup 2014 fever coming up good guys at UnoDNS are providing free access to FIFA World Cup 2014 streaming service. So now you can stream Live FIFA World Cup 2014 anywhere around the globe with just a fast internet connection.

FIFA World Cup 2014 which is scheduled from June 13th till July 12th 2014 and can be watched live on various streaming services like BBC iPlayer, CBC Sports channel and so on. During that period UnoDNS will provide free service to Online Streaming stations which will provide Live streaming and Coverage of FIFA World Cup 2014.

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How To Reset Firefox Browser

Firefox

Firefox is a great browser in itself and has a large fan following. But quite frequently we tend to bloat up our favorite browser with unwanted addons. This not only the cause of slowness of Firefox but also causes Firefox to crash a lot. It is very frustrating when we are working on the middle of something important and Firefox either hangs or crash. But a bloated browser shouldn’t be a reason for your hatred.

Although you can try manually to remove all the addons, clear history etc. but this doesn’t mean that it will restore your Firefox settings to default or fix it. There may be some hidden setting left in your Firefox installation which can still cause Firefox to hang or crash. Here is how you can reset Firefox completely to its factory setting.

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