Thursday, June 1, 2017

Guide to Download Facebook Videos to Computer without any Software or Online Tool [Trick]

Facebook is one of the most popular social networking website provides you platform to get connected with your loved ones. You can also share image, videos and related stuff with your friends. Lots of people love to share videos, you can even stream videos and share it again. But when it comes to download Facebook video to your hard disk , there is not official way to make that thing happen.

To download videos from Facebook you need to have some software or online tool to download it from Facebook. This process some time consume lots of precious time and user get nothing, as most of the software and tool are full of malware or do nothing.

What if you’re able to download Facebook videos to your computer without using any software and online tool? I know this will be best thing ever you’ve seen over the web. Below in this article you’ll actually going to see the trick on which this whole article is based.

Guide to Download Facebook Videos to Computer without any Software or Online Tool [Trick]

1. First of all visit the video page on Facebook and check the URL of the video. Let us have an example:

2. Now what you need to do is change above url to the mobile version url. All you need to do is switch “www” with “m” as shown below: For Example

3. Here on this page, play video and watch it for 5-10 second and, then pause the video. (If possible, view full video)

4. Make right click on video and you will get the option “Save video as” just click on it.

5. Now you will get pop up to download the video. Simply rename the video and save where ever you want to store it in your hard.

This is the only Facebook trick which works 100%. So if you don’t have time for downloading extension and software give a try to this.

I find this trick over the web and decided to share with you. I give all the credit to owner of site. You can check the original guide here: Save Facebook video

Try this trick and let me know was this trick helpful? If you’ve any other use comment section below and share it with my readers.                 

Remove Crouton from Chromebook for Fresh Install

Yep. It's probably easiest to let crouton do the checking for you, though:
cd /usr/local/chroots && sudo delete-chroot -y * && rm -rf /usr/local/bin
but if you're curious, you can confirm there are no lingering bind mounts via mount | grep ' /usr/local/chroots/'

Wednesday, March 29, 2017

Fixing .cbr displaying in Calibre

I recently had a problem viewing .cbr files even though I had Calibre 2.5.0 6 bit installed on my system. I discovered that each time I was trying to open the .cbr it kept adding the file to calibre, even when I clicked view from inside Calibre.

Fixing .cbr displaying in Calibre

I fixed this by changing the file association for the .cbr to use ebook-viewer.exe which is located in the x:/Program Files/Calibre2 folder on my Windows 8.1 PC.
To change which program is used to open .cbr files, find the file you want to view, right-click the file, click “Open with” and then “Choose default program…”, now choose “More options”, scroll down to the bottom of the window and click “Look for another app on this PC”, now browse to x:\Program Files\Calibre2 and choose the ebook-viewer.exe and click open.
Now you should be able to open .cbr files with Calibre.

For Apple Mac

  1. Right click an .cbr file
  2. Choose “Get info” in the menu that appears
  3. In the window that appears scroll down to the section “Open with:” and pick ebook-viewer from the list of apps available.
  4. Make sure to click on the button “Change all” just below the drop-down after you have picked the app. This ensures that osx will use this app to open .cpr files in the future.
    Close the info menu and you should be set.
    (OSX Yosemite; Calibre 2.7.3)

Sunday, March 19, 2017

How to delete hiberfil.sys in Windows 7 free to up hard drive space

The best way to delete hiberfil.sys or disable hibernate:
  • Go to Start menu, type “cmd” open up command prompt
  • Type “powercfg.exe -h off” [make sure you are an Administrator]
  • Type “exit”

Friday, March 17, 2017

Debian sudo doesn't work - How to make Sudo work

Debian, by default, creates a root user, and does not configure sudo. During the installation, you will have been asked to enter a root password. You need to use that to enable yourself to become root through sudo. First, run:
su -
This will ask for your root password. Enter that. Next, add yourself to the sudo group:
usermod -aG sudo your_username
Alternatively (Debian-specific), you can also use adduser to add yourself to a group:
adduser your_username sudo
Now log out of the root shell. You will be able to use sudo from now on.
If you don't know your root password, talk to the person who installed your machine and ask them to give you sudo rights. If that was you and you've forgotten it, you can create a new one:
  • Reboot your machine.
  • At the grub boot menu, highlight the "Debian GNU/Linux" option, then hit the e button on your keyboard. This will give you a sort of editor window where you can modify the boot commands.
  • In the editor, search for the line that starts with linux. At the end of that line, add init=/bin/bashDo not change anything else. If you've made a mistake, hit the Esc button to go back to the menu and start over.
  • If you now hit ctrl + x, the system will boot to a bash prompt. The normal boot sequence will be completely bypassed, which means (amongst other things) that only the root filesystem will be mounted, and it will be mounted read-only.
  • Run mount -o remount,rw / to remount the filesystem in read-write mode.
  • Run passwd. The system will ask for a new password (twice, to confirm you didn't enter any typoes).
  • Run mount -o remount,ro / to put the filesystem back in the (safe) read-only mode
  • Run exec /sbin/init. The system will now boot as normal.
Note: doing this on a system that isn't yours will earn you the (rightly earned) wrath of the system's owner. Don't do it without their permission :-)

Monday, March 13, 2017

How to Copy Folders in Google Drive

Wouldn’t it be nice if there were an xcopy (Windows) or rsync (Mac, Unix) like command for Google Drive that would recursively copy everything inside a folder, easily It should not only copy all the files and subdirectories but also retain the directory tree structure and maintain the shared file permissions.
Well, we are not sure if Google will ever provide an option to duplicate folders in Google Drive but there’s an open source web app by Eric YD that does exactly what you are looking for. Here’s how to get started:
  • Go to and click the Authorize button.
  • Allow the app to access your Google Drive files. The app would perform the copy operation directly inside your Google account without involving a third-party server.
  • Once authorized, select the source folder using the Google File picker and specify the destination folder name.
  • Click the Copy Folder button to begin the cloning process.
That’s it. The script will run in the background and copy files, one-by-one, into the target folder.  It will log everything in a Google Spreadsheet so you know what’s happening behind the scene.
While optional, the app can also retain permissions and in the case the copied files will be editable/viewable by the same people as the original files. The copying process would however take longer if you choose to copy the sharing permissions.

Copy Folders to another Google Drive Account

Say you have a folder in one Google account (A) that you would like to copy to another Google account (B). While the app doesn’t support copying across accounts, there’s a simple workaround:
  1. Use to copy the folder in its original account (A).
  2. Log into account B, create a blank folder and share it with account A.
  3. Log into account A and move the copied folder into the shared folder.
  4. Go back to account B and remove the sharing permissions for the folder.
The Alternative – If you are not comfortable giving access to your Google Drive to another app, you can manually copy folders using the Google Drive desktop client for Windows and Mac. Go to Windows Explorer (or Finder), select the source folder and press Ctrl+C followed by Ctrl+V to duplicate the folder.
This would however not retain the original file permissions. The other downside is that Google Drive will have to reupload all the copied files whereas in the previous case, the copying happened on Google servers directly.

Thursday, February 23, 2017

How to Remove Lag/Hang from Windows 7 When upgrading RAM greater than 8 GB on HP ProBook 4540s (16 GB)

This is a workaround that worked for me.
It is not an official or supported solution.
I have used the laptop extensively in described configuration and did not have issues that i can relate to memory configuration.

Deducing 256 MB RAM from memory available to OS might eliminate the problem for some CPUs.

The solution works on:
- HP 4540s
- i5-2450M
- AMD/Intel switchable graphics
- 16 GB RAM
- Bios F.42

It might work for other CPUs.

Under Windows you should deduce 256 MB RAM, by using EasyBCD or similar tool.
Instructions for EasyBCD:
Under Advanced Settings/Developer set 256 under "MiB deducted from physical memory", save settings and restart.

Under Linux, set "mem=17G" in kernel boot parameters (effectively deduces 256 MB).


Under Windows 7 and later, you may also use the following instead of EasyBCD:

bcdedit /set {current} removememory 256

(Execute the command in command prompt with administrative privileges and reboot).