Prevent Your Facebook Account Getting Disabled

Facebook is the number one used social website around the website. Apart from its many happy users, many have issues mostly about getting their accounts getting disabled. Its very important to know that what should be done in-order to avoid your account getting disabled, because you might be doing something unknowingly which could lead to account disabling. Here are some of the main actions people do which result finally getting their accounts disabled, so if you are doing any of the following do avoid them in the future. Points to Remember:
The following actions should be avoided to keep a safe Facebook profile.

Excessive Interaction via Messages with Unknown People: People who you know should be easily interacted via using the inbox messages facility provided. But if you don’t know a person then avoid sending him too many messages all together because first of all its really unethical secondly Facebook would give you warning on sending excessive messages and if you don’t avoid to do so they would disable your profile. The case of message sending to unknown people often occur when you want to be friends with him/her or requesting them to do something over and over again.

Abusive Behavior on Public Pages (Profile Reporting): Its hard to control your emotions sometimes, isn’t it? But one should control them while on a Facebook fanpage/group because you may end up writing something abusive, provocative or threatening to someone. Note that every profile has a report link and your disturbing behavior can lead into profile reporting resulting in something you don’t really want. Adding People You Don’t Know:
This is a other very common reason why your profile can get disabled by Facebook. To get more and more friends is like an obsession for some users, but this is certainly not a healthy activity. Most of the users add up unknown people for two major reasons i.e. to play games together (adding up neighbors) and secondly to promote something. Also avoid email lists to add up people, this sends an immediate signal to Facebook that something is really going wrong.

Using a Fake Identity or Representing Someone Without Rights: This is not only a Facebook violation it is also a crime to do so, you can’t be someone else or show others that you represent someone. This is also a case of getting more friends or in the end promoting something you own. So unless or until you don’t have rights to represent a particular person/company/band etc don’t be one.

Violation under Facebook’s Statement of Rights and Responsibilities:

Abide by the TOS provided by Facebook, its a very detailed copy in which all points have been mentioned clearly. Any violation to the TOS can result in a possible warning which could end up getting your account disabled. The second and third point in the TOS is a good to read for new users. Keep a safe profile don’t do anything while using Facebook, because once your account is disabled its not very common to get your account back and all your contacts, messages etc would be gone.

Important Note for Facebook Fan Page Owners:

If you own a page/group don’t be the only admin of it, add up admins on the page because if your profile gets disabled you can make a new profile and ask you friends (who you had made page admins) to make you an admin of that page. Doing this you won’t lose your page at least.

How to check who can see photos in which you’re tagged in Facebook

You can easily control the privacy of the photos that you upload to Facebook, but what about the photos published by others in which you are tagged?

If the person who uploaded your photo has as set adjustment of privacy  to Public or Friends of Friends it is possible that people who are not even your friend on Facebook to see your photo and your label.

To find out which of the photos that you’re tagged are visible to people who are not your friends please click the triangular icon top right, then select Activity Log> Photos> Pictures that you appear.

Top center you can then filter the results according to who they were shared.

If a friend shared with the “Public” or “Friends of Friends” a picture of you that you do not want to be accessible you have to ask your friend to change the setting for that picture to be allowed  for just friends, only a specific group of people or the delete it directly.

Alternatively, you can manually remove your own label.

How do you know who has visited your Facebook profile? Follow these steps

Want to learn who is visiting your Facebook profile? Just follow the next easy tutorial to find out!

The first thing to consider if we want to know who has visited your Facebook profile, is that the browser we use is essential and why we must have the latest version of Google Chrome, you can download from this link and make sure it is properly installed.

Once you have installed Chrome, you’ll have to click the right mouse button anywhere on your Facebook page, and see that the phrase “View Source” appears, when we open it we’ll see some text regarding an encrypted code of the page.

Once we’ve done the previous step, and we’re inside this tab of codes, the next step is to press the Ctrl + F command, so we can open the search text, which will appear just below the address bar on the right .

Once we have done that, we have to write “FriendsList” and press Enter.

After completing the previous step, it should appear in highlighted form some of the code with the tag “FriendsList“, and also a series of numerical codes listed below, which are neither more nor less than the IDs of the profiles that have viewed your Facebook account, though you can only tell the id’s of the friends you know and you have previously added as friends, not others.

The norm would be after you try this and look for the phrase “FriendsList”,[],{“list”:”,  a list of all user IDs that have been visiting your Facebook page should “appear”, as well as those whom may have had more interaction with you.

Of course, we are not going to display any real IDs, but an example of one of these could be “1581493345-6.” so to know who that ID belongs to all you have to do is copy this number except the hyphen and the number that follows, then open another window to copy the link and find out who has been trying to snoop in on your profile, use this link as an example httpss://

In this simple way, now you can know for sure which of your friends are interested to know you a little better, but in turn be careful, because others may follow the same tutorial and know that you too have been snooping in their profiles.

Avexir Core Series DDR3 2400MHz 16GB Memory Kit Review

Avexir Core Series DDR3 2400MHz 16GB Memory Kit Review

The market has seen quite a large push in the memory sector as of late, as consumers demand larger capacity kits with faster speeds, for as little money as possible. Add into the mix the addition of Z77 and the broad spectrum that the platform is aimed at, and you’ll see why this sudden influx of different modules are in the market and why different brands are jumping on the sales wave.

One company who seemed to have popped up from no where is Avexir. If you are in the industry like me, then you will most likely have all of your business contacts in the industry on Facebook, and therefore would have noticed the fact that everyone is using these Avexir kits, whether it be for some extra style with the LED lighting, or if they are sending the modules sub-zero. Either way, it’s been Avexir taking the market by storm, so we wanted to find out what all the fuss was about, and therefore contacted Avexir to ask some questions.

A week or so later, the Avexir Core Series 2400MHz 16GB dual-channel kit arrived with us and as you turn the pages of this review, you’ll see the style, design and of course performance of these modules at both stock and overclocked speeds. When it comes to memory, the limiting factor for any review is writing about anything other than the performance, but we’ll try regardless, as the Core Series do offer a certain little bit extra when it comes to the style side of things, and that’s definitely worth noting, so lets get straight into it.

Facebook passes a Billion users, and 600 Million mobile users

Facebook passes a Billion users, and 600 Million mobile users

Over a billion people are now using Facebook on a regular basis, with over 600 million of them using mobiles to do so.

To celebrate, the company has released the following video:

Click here to view the embedded video.

The now familiar ‘like’ action has proven popular, with Facebook reporting 1.13 trillion Likes and counting, as well as 140.3 billion friends made on the site.

Sharing photos has always been a major feature of Facebook, so it’s no surprise to hear that 219 billion of the things have been uploaded, while over 300 million more are added every day.

What will will the future of Facebook bring?

Source: Guardian

Sunrise: How to turn your calendar into a daily newsletter

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There is no denying the usefulness of calendar applications, which have largely replaced the similar schedule as the primary organizational tool, thanks to the convenience of being in the cloud and being available at a touch away on your smartphone. However, there is no Internet tool used more than that of emails. It is a tab or program that is opened almost all day and wherever we are, even when we are not with our device by hand, it is much easier to access than any other account, and to some extent has become the unique identifier of each individual on the Internet.

What if we combine the functionality of calendars with the convenience of email? The answer is called Sunrise.

How it works

Sunrise is a daily summary of all plans for the day, as an e-newsletter. This tool connects with our Google calendar with support for multiple accounts which gets sent to us each morning information to mail box, effectively creating an itinerary of the day.

Additionally, you may receive information such as national holidays, weather and even the moon cycle. It also uses the connection with Facebook to add event information to confirm assistance as well as the birthdays of our friends. You can access the same way LinkedIn, which gives us professional information and photos of any contact you have set a meeting with.

To activate it its very simple: just simply register with the Facebook account on the official website, and then an authorize button appears to sync with Google calendar. Finally we can do the same with LinkedIn, but is an optional step.

The first e-mail arrives the next day in the morning, and uses the time zone you have set. In the preferences tab (settings), you can add other Google calendars and select which content you want to receive daily. The tool is free and to unsubscribe just find the option in the preferences.

Photoshop Touch for iOS and Android gets updated with interesting improvements

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Photoshop Touch, is the popular Adobe design editor mobile application designed specifically for tablets, which just received a major update in the latest 1.3 version and brought interesting improvements for both iOS and Android. For those unfamiliar with this application, I commented that users will have the ability to create layered images, edit their images and apply professional effects. The creations can be easily shared with family and friends on Facebook or automatically synchronize with Adobe Creative Cloud and perfect them in Photoshop CS6.

One of the main features that this graphics editing application has for mobile devices is the ability to post your creations directly to our Facebook wall, where we can look at the comments that our friends made ??directly from the application.

Among the new features added to Photoshop Touch for iOS and Android are the following:


  • Retina display support
  • Higher resolution capabilities. Supports images up to 12 megapixels.
  • Two new languages: Russian and Portuguese (Brazil).
  • Two new effects
  • Animation and more fluid movement in the organizer, browser and file selector tutorials
  • New gesture to switch between the view of 100% to fit screen (tap with three fingers)
  • New way to push pixels for precise movement
  • Support for Apple Photo Stream
  • Correction to various problems

That said, Photoshop Touch is not a free application, and it is priced at $120 for Apple tablets and $131 for Android tablets.

Nokia reveals that Windows Phone will reach Instagram

When Nokia unveiled the ‘lens’ of Windows Phone 8 last week, many thought it was perfect for something like Instagram. It seems that the prophecy was fulfilled. In a promotional video for their upcoming ‘flagship’, the Finnish company hinted at the existence of an application of the famous photo service for Windows Phone:

The Instagram tile (in red circle) appears in a video of the Lumia 920. Picture: Nokia (screenshot)

With this, the application is set to arrive in the most popular mobile operating systems. In July, the application stated that it had reached 80 million users, according to a post two weeks ago on its official blog, and there are 5,000 million photos uploaded through the service. The addition would add millions more to this number, especially taking into account that one of the strengths of Nokia handsets is the camera.

However, it would be an application created directly by Instagram. “Instagram is not investing their own resources in the development of a potential application, ” says The Verge which would be developed by the team of Windows Phone with the photo API service. It would be a move similar to the versions of Twitter and Facebook, which were developed by Microsoft to make better use of design language and integration with Windows operating system.

Last week, Facebook finally completed the process of buying the photo app after a routine investigation by U.S. authorities and other legal proceedings. The final amount was quite far from the advertised 1,000 million dollars at the time they said the figure will be close to 700 million, thanks to the depreciation of the shares of the social network.

Google Nexus 7 to arrive in Europe on September the 3rd

Google Nexus 7 to arrive in Europe on September the 3rd

Google’s Nexus 7 has been selling like Wildfire in North America and the UK for a few months now. Retail leaks suggest that Europe will finally get a piece of the Nexus 7 action from September the 3rd.

“The first leak came from France, along with a largely expected retail price of €249.90. France’s  jumped the gun and started to accept pre-orders by mistake and has later admitted, after pulling down the pre-order link but not canceling the previous orders, that the release date is scheduled for September 3rd.

There has been a report from Spain, as well as the post on Facebook by Asus Italia, but latest report from puts the Nexus 7 in Saturn shops across Germany on September 3rd as well. The sales clerk told Androidnext site that 16GB Nexus 7 will be on display as of that date with a €249 price tag. Since Germany is on schedule we are pretty sure that the rest of the DACH region will follow as well.”

Pricing is largely expected to be €250 for the 16GB model and speculation suggests €200 for the 8GB model. The September the 3rd launch date conveniently coincides with the IFA event in Berlin,Germany that starts on August the 31st and ends on September the 9th.


Facebook finally deleting photos

Facebook finally deleting photos

For who-knows-how-long Facebook have been keeping deleted photos in its content network long after the user has requested that they be deleted. Yes the photos may not appear on your timeline or profile but chances are they still exist somewhere on Facebook.

ARS Technica have been following this story closely for 3 years and they report Facebook has updated its deletion policy. It means photos will now be kept for a maximum of 30 days (not 3 years) before encountering permanent deletion.

Although there isn’t a click and delete policy that happens instantly like on many other photo sharing services, this is better than what Facebook have previously offered.

“The systems we used for photo storage a few years ago did not always delete images from content delivery networks in a reasonable period of time even though they were immediately removed from the site,” Facebook spokesperson Frederic Wolens told Ars in February. “We have been working hard to move our photo storage to newer systems which do ensure photos are fully deleted.”

“As a result of work on our policies and infrastructure, we have instituted a ‘max-age’ of 30 days for our CDN links, However, in some cases the content will expire on the CDN much more quickly, based on a number of factors. As you know, the photos stop being shown to other users on Facebook immediately when the photo is first deleted by the user. The 30-day window only applies to the cached images on the CDN,” said Wolens this week.