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Keystrokes for different browsers on different OS :- Windows - All Browsers excepted FireFox  : ALT + Character                      FireFox : ALT + Shift + Character

OS X - FireFox : Function + Ctrl + Character                Other Browsers : Ctrl + Character
Characters :-  M - Open New Chat Message1 - Facebook Home Page or News feed2 - Open Own Profile3 - Open Friends Requests4 - Open Messages 5 - All Notifications 6 - Open General Account Settings7 - Open Activity Log 8 - Facebook Official Page 9 - Facebook Terms & Policies0 - Facebook Help Desk

WhatsApp amazing features which probably you didn't know !!

Hide Your Last Seen Time  By default, WhatsApp show your the last time you've visited the app. But WhatsApp also provide a feature to hide your Last seen  Time. To enable it head to Settings > Account >Privacy, and Tap on the Last seen, and change the option to Contacts or Nobody.

Add a Shortcut of any chat or group chat to your home screen Hold a press on a group or chat to open the menu, and select the 'Add Chat Shortcut' option. That's it.

Save your Data by disabling media from auto-download :-   Go to Settings> Chat settings > Media auto-download, and specify these options in Mobile-data, Wi-Fi, and Roaming. 
When your Message has been read  Long press on the sent message, then select the (i) Icon to when was your message has been read.

Convert Audio or Video file in VLC Media Player

VLC media player is one of the most favourite and popular media player. Here's one more feature of VLC you didn't know. That is, you can convert your video file to audio or any lower format of video using your VLC. Now, you don't need to download any converter.
Here are the some steps to convert your video file.

Steps Step 1: Left click on "Search Windows" Step 2: Type "VLC" and click on the VLC media player Step 3: Click on the "Media" in the VLC media Player.

Step 4: Click on "Convert / Save...' in the Menu bar.
 Step 6: Now, click on Add... (button) in "Open Media".
Step 7: Select your Video which you want to convert and Open it. 

Step 8: Click on the Convert/save or press CTRL + O . Step 9: Now, in settings, choose the profile format you want to convert. 

Step 10: In the Destination, select the destination you where you want to save your file. 

Step 11: Now the final step, Click on "Start" in the current window.
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Stop Getting Someone’s Updates Without Unfriending Them

Sometimes, few Facebook friend's posts aren't interesting or annoying our news feed but other side we don't want to unfriend them. So here's the tip :-

Go to their Facebook profile.Click on Following bar and "Unfollow" him or her.  That's it, now your news feed is free from worthless posts.

Say The Color Not The Word !

This peculiar effect is known as "Stroop Effect" named after J. Ridley Stroop who discovered this in 1930.

Why is it difficult to say the colour ? The words themselves have a strong influence over your ability to say the colour. The interference between the different information (what the words say and the colour of the words) your brain receives causes a problem. There are two theories that may explain the Stroop effect: Speed of Processing Theory: the interference occurs because words are read faster than colours are named.Selective Attention Theory: the interference occurs because naming colours requires more attention than reading words.
I think that this puzzle would be easier for a very young child than for older children or adults. Try  this out on some small kids who know their colours, but cannot yet read! I would imagine that the children would not get confused by this puzzle because the words would not have any meaning to them. They just recognise th…

Why the return trip home feels shorter ?

We have all felt this unique and peculiar phenomena.

A new study has revealed that people reflecting on a roundtrip walk estimated that the return trip took less time than the outward trip.

Many have experienced the "return trip effect," where the return trip seems shorter than the outward trip, even when the trips actually
took the same amount of time.

Ryosuke Ozawa from Kyoto University and colleagues compared a group of 20 men watching two of three pre-recorded walking movies, of either
 an outbound trip and a return trip or two outbound trips.
The participants estimated the length of the two movies both while watching and then again after the two trips.
Only the participants from the group watching an outbound trip and a return trip-a roundtrip-estimated that the second trip took less time than the first trip.

Furthermore, the participants felt the return trip effect only when reflecting on length after the trips.

By comparing the round-trip condition and the non-round-…