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Here's a video I published on my channel on the topic. This video describes every single problem with microsoft's windows 10.

So, friends, it's been too long since I posted something on this blog. But now, I gotta write this post because, now I realize the importance of having my audience, the blog readers engaged as well as the youtube subscribers. I hope you guys have noticed that I have moved to a new Youtube channel because of some technical difficulties I had in my previous channel

I recently published a video to my new youtube channel which you can watch below. 

So, you are probably here, reading this article because you don't want to waste your data. Or you may be interested too. But anyway, let's get into the unboxing.

The main thing that we are gonna cover in this article is "How to Install an SSD in a Laptop". But before we just show you guys how to install an SSD, we are going to show you the exact real life experience that you are gonna get when buying and installing an SSD. 

I know most of you guys who are reading this article are newbies to the hardware section. Most probably, you don't know much about Hardware. And let me say, guys, the hardware is something, not soo difficult. But the truth is that neither am I is perfect in hardware stuff. 

So let's get into the unboxing. You can scroll down if you're not interested in reading an unboxing experience. You better watch it in the video I have made(provided above).

The SSD that I am installing in this video and article is a brand new Samsung SSD 850 Pro. But it is definitely your choice to choose from a wide variety of other brands. But the reason why I went for the Samsung SSD, specifically the 850 PRO series is that it is one of the most reliable Solid State Drives in the World. So, I don't have to worry about the reliability. When compared to most of the SSDs available in the market, Samsung's 850 Pro series simply beats them all. It doesn't need an example. Just look at how many years does Samsung provide the warranty for this thing. It is 10 years. So, that simply says it all. That means that Samsung trusts their SSDs. That's how they are able to provide such an eye-whopping (or at least an industry leading) warranty.

So let's get into the unboxing. 
When you just look at the pack of the product, it just seems to be good. But I'd prefer a thicker pack if I were at Samsung because, you know, SSDs are highly prone to damage if they fell down. But in here, you can see that Samsung's packing, I mean the box simply doesn't protect the SSD itself. But anyway, it's okay because we're not doing drop tests here. And also, the SSD came in an extremely tough to open, hard to crack well-sealed cardboard box from Amazon. So, It's just okay for me. 

When opening the box, you can see that there is nothing much confusing here. Because it is indeed a simple packaging. The first thing that you will see after opening would be the SSD itself. So there is nothing much to worry about. 

And also, you can see the Warranty Booklet, Installation Instructions, and CD which has the Samsung's Data Migration Software. I forgot to tell one thing. There is one more thing, which is a pair of Stickers which says "Samsung SSD activated" which is a good thing because I can stick it on my laptop after installing it to show how proud I am to use their SSD! But it is your choice to decide whether to stick it or not. But I did because I like to show it off!

The SSD, at the first sight, looks cool and very premium. I heard someone saying in a review video that the quality of the plastic used in the external parts of this SSD feels very fragile. But anyway, I don't feel it that bad. It may not be as much rugged as they thought. But it definitely feels well-built. I really liked the Metal frame of the SSD which adds up to the premium finish of its design. Samsung did a great job making their flagship SATA SSDs look good enough. 

But anyway, the look and style of an SSD don't matter that much because, you know, it's gonna be inside your laptop or CPU, so don't bother much about the design. 

When looking at the backside of the SSD, you can see that there is a big sticker right there which shows you all the details you probably need to know including the fact that removing the sticker would void the warranty. But it is okay to have a big sticker on the backside of an SSD because who cares about a sticker when nobody sees it from outside. But let me say that the sticker anyway looks quite cool and PROfessional as they say. 

Okay, now let's stop this unboxing crap. I know that it is a boring thing to document the unboxing part of a video in an article. But, I am doing it for those who cannot watch videos. 

But anyway, let's move onto the tutorial on how to install the SSD in a laptop. 
So, you know you want to upgrade your computer with a Solid State Drive. But you don't know how to migrate to an SSD without running into any trouble. 
Download Samsung's Softwares (Data migration, Magician & SSD Firmware) for free from their site : http://www.samsung.com/semiconductor/minisite/ssd/download/tools.html
So, you reached the right article, or video. If you really wanna see the live action of how to migrate your data to an SSD and install it on your laptop, then I would prefer watching the video, because it is much more detailed than this article. 

The first thing you have to understand is that it is not a hard thing to do. It maybe a little bit confusing if you are new to the hardware world. But if you are choosing a Samsung Solid State Drive, you will not run into trouble. Or at least, the chances of getting a Windows blue screen is extremely less. That is because Samsung provides a free data migration software to copy the entire data in your laptop/desktop into your newly bought SSD. 

But what if you don't want to copy the entire data but the C drive? You can definitely do that too. The Samsung's data migration software allows you to select the partitions that you want to copy and also allows you to allocate enough space on each partition. You will get the disc to install the Software with a Samsung SSD. But It is better to download it straight from their website because the latest version is always the best one.

 But there is one problem: Samsung doesn't provide a Data migration cable which is a must have a thing to do the migration. If you just wanna do a fresh installation of Windows on your SSD, it is okay and you are not gonna need a cable. But most of the people usually want to migrate rather than just use it as an entirely new system. So, I recently bought a Transcend HDD/SSD Enclosure which connects right into my USB 3.0 Port. The reason why you should buy an HDD/SSD enclosure instead of just an SATA to USB 3.0 cable is that you can use the HDD/SSD enclosure even after installing the SSD replacing the currently working HDD. If you are replacing the HDD because of its failure, you don't need an enclosure. But anyway, it is better to go for an enclosure rather than just spending a lot on a cable. Both of these things are exactly the same. The cable doesn't have a casing. That's all. So make sure you have an HDD enclosure. 

So let's move into the tutorial.

  1. First of all, install the Data migration software in your laptop/desktop. 
  2. Simply connect your SSD to your Laptop/desktop using the HDD/SSD Enclosure. 
  3. Open the Samsung Data migration software
  4. Click Start and select your desired partitions to copy.
  5. Click start and then the migration should start.
  6. After completing the copying of data, the software would tell you that the system would shut down within a few seconds.
  7. Do not force power off or do anything else. Just wait for the process to happen.
  8. After the system shuts down and all the indicator LEDs turn off, flip over your laptop and remove the HDD compartment
  9. Take out the HDD Caddy
  10. Remove the HDD
  11. Replace it with your new SSD
  12. Put the Caddy back and boot up.
After booting up, I wanted to know how fast my computer became because of the new Solid State Drive. 
But you have to make sure one thing not to worry about that the first boot after installing an SSD may take a little more time than usual. But it is okay. After the first boot completes, just install Samsung Magician Software and Enable RAPID Mode for max boot speeds. So that your computer would boot-up in seconds.

I hope this tutorial helped. If it did, don't forget to watch the video version for more detailed instructions and better understanding. Also, make sure to SUBSCRIBE to our new Youtube channel, So that you won't miss our next interesting tech videos.

My laptop now boots-up within 15 seconds (approx.)Let me know how fast is yours in the comments.


The Exploded Note 7

Samsung is a South Korean Multinational Conglomerate Company mostly known for selling Consumer electronic goods like Smartphones, Sd cards,etc.The South Korean Giant recently Launched What is known as the Note 7 to it's note series of smart Phones.

Moment of disaster

Everything seemed to be fine, the Note 7 was selling great and bringing profits to Samsung Until Numerous Claims started to raise of it's battery exploding while charging.Due, to many such claims Samsung was forced to recall the already sold Note 7 Phones and temporarily halt it's sales of the Note 7.If, you happened to be one of the few people to have not yet have gotten your Note 7 replaced, Hurry!!

Tragic Loss

It is estimated that the recall and replacing of the Note 7 phones costed Samsung $1 Billion in Money.Adding Fuel to the Fire was all of this happened 1 Day Before the release of the New iPhone-7.Considering these 2 are rivals for the smart Phone market, this is a huge blow to Samsung in terms of both market share and Revenue.
Hey there again, its been so long that I've posted something. And this time, we're gonna cover something special and interesting. You might feel this very interesting once you know how we do it. 
So keep reading and read until you get to  know each and  every step clearly. Don't worry, because this isn't that difficult! 

In this tutorial, we'll use the great, brand new video editing software - Hitfilm 3 Pro by FXHome. Don't worry if you have Hitfilm 2 Ultimate or Hitfilm 4 Express. Because this trick is possible in almost every versions of Hitfilm ever released. Anyway, I'm using Hitfilm 4 Pro* to teach you how to get this done!

Before we start learning the steps to do this, we have to know what we're actually going to do! Yes, as you already read in a line above, we're going to make a video clip out of a photo! Yes a Photo!...
First of all, we'll take a photo of a place (something like a room is better - basic geometric shapes are better than complex shapes like plants, leaves and such objects) with a good enough camera. Don't worry if you don't have a DSLR or something professional. Its not required. You just need a good enough point and shoot camera, that can capture a good enough, clear photo by keeping it steady. We'll take a picture and then import it to our software (Hitfilm), and then, make a video out of it. I'm still not telling how!
        In Hitfilm, we have a 3D space, where we edit and composite our shots. And in this case, our photo. Before we start using, or importing the photo we've taken in the first step, we will make a virtual Room(that's why I said that basic shapes are better) in the 3D space of our Hitfilm Composition.  We will make 6 Plane layers in the composition timeline, and then make them all 3D plane layers. And we will align them to make a virtual 3D room. After doing that, we will import our photo, and then apply specific parts of the photo to each of the virtual planes. I think you didn't get it. 
For example, we will then have a virtual 3D room, which will have 6 faces. Each of the face will be considered as a wall in the photo of the room we have taken. And also, when we make these 3D planes, we should make it like the same as in the photo. And then we apply each walls in the real photo, to each faces of the virtual  room we've created. And then, we  get a virtual world with the real photos  applied on each walls. So we will feel like its real. But as it is a virtual world, we can explore it by moving our virtual camera. So that this trick enables us to move around the room we have created, without actually doing it. But  still, as we are using a photo to do this, we won't be able to get the motion that actually happen in that room, at that time. That's common sense. But this creative method enables  us to simply make some great looking intros, and shake-less camera movements that are pretty hard to do in the real life!

Things required to make this

  • A Digital Camera (Point & Shoot is enough) with a non-wide angle lens(Means - not too wide)
  • A good enough computer
  • Hitfilm 2/3/4 - Ultimate/Pro/Express (Any versions)
I don't want to make you much bored. So let's start doing it...

You can watch the much more detailed video version of this tutorial by clicking the button below:

Step 1 :
Before you turn on your editing pc, take your camera, and take a good photo of the room, you want to virtually create and do the tricks with. You should take the photo from the center of one of the horizontal faces of the room. So that it would become much easier to do. The better the perspective, the easier it would be.

Step 2 :
Turn on your computer and open up Hitfilm.

Step 3 :
After opening up Hitfilm 3 Pro, Move the cursor all the way to the top left, and click that New  Button. Then the following screen will be shown:

Those are the project properties. Edit them as you want. Or just leave it as it is...
After its done, click the button - Start Editing

Step 4 :

This might be how it looks for you too, after  clicking start editing. You can change the layout as you want. To make it easier, I'd prefer enabling "All Panels" .

After enabling All Panels in the Workspace  layouts, your screen might look something like this:

Then move the cursor to the bottom left side of the screen, and there you'll see a New Button.
Click it and then select Composite shot from the opening up drop down menu, as seen below:

Then a popup Window will show  up. Change the Composite shot settings as you wish and click OK to proceed.Give the composition a name if you wish.

Step 5 :
The  next thing to do is to import the photo we have taken. To do this, move the cursor to the bottom left side of the screen and there you will see a button called "IMPORT" with an arrow icon aside it. Click on that Arrow icon and then select "Media" from the dropdown menu :

Then a browse window will open up. Use that, browse to your photo, and then import it.

Step 6 :

After importing the photo, your editor should look something like this. You can see the photo you've imported on the MEDIA section on the bottom left.

Click and drag the photo file from the left to the timeline(of composite shot) on the right. And put it there. 

Then press F2 And rename the Picture Layer to something you like, like "Background image" or something else...

After doing that, click on "New Layer" on top of that composition section. Then select Camera from the drop down menu that comes up when clicking  that new layer button.

Step 7 :
After adding the new camera layer, Rename it as Static Camera(Not important. But it will make it easier to identify which camera we should make changes to, later.)

Then make a new "PLANE LAYER" And name it as "Floor"
Change it from 2D to 3D Plane by cliciking the small checkered square just on the right of the floor layer :

Step 8 :
Move  on to the effects tab and search for Grid in it. Drag the Grid effect right to the floor layer.
Then, click, resize, ROTATE and align the Grid to fit correctly to the floor in our photo.
Remember that you should rotate the Grid in X axis to perfectly align it on the Z axis.

Step 9 :
Now, Copy the "Floor Layer" And paste it 4 times and rename each of them as Back Wall(The one you see on the center) , left wall, right wall and ceiling!

And don't forget to rotate and align each of these layers' grids to fit each of the wall you see on the frame. And also, its better to check in the different 3D views to make sure that there is no gaps between your wall  and floor layers. The Room should be actually a room in the virtual 3D space. Hope you know that.

Step 10 :
Now go and uncheck/disable the Grid effect in each of these layers(Floor, Left Wall, Right Wall and Ceiling).
After you do this, the layers will become black. so that if you see a gap between them, that means that your  alignment has some problem. Tweak the position and alignment of the floor , walls and ceiling layers to make those gaps disappear. So that, you should see only a black screen when you complete doing this.

Step 11 :
Now, go to the effects tab, And search "Projector".

Drag that Projector effect to your Floor layer(Can be any wall layers too).
Then go to that layer, expand effects, and then expand Projector Effect. There you will see a dropdown called Project From. Click it and select the Background image layer(The one that we made at first - the layer which include our photo).

Now, click on the Projector Effect, And press CTRL + C to copy it. Then click on each other floor, walls and ceiling layers and press CTRL + V

Step 12 :
Now click new layer, and make a new Camera layer. Rename it as Main Camera.

Our project has almost completed. We've created the Virtual Room. And this Main Camera is the one that we can use to move around in the room we've created. Try dragging the camera in the room we've created. And you can see that you are moving around in that room. Its somewhat like virtual reality. And now, do the keyframe work, add some grading and make it look nice. Add some motion to the camera using Keyframes.

You have read the article version. Now to understand it much clearly, you can watch the detailed video version of this tutorial.

Hope you've enjoyed this tutorial. And if it helped you, please press the like button below and give us a share if you can. Your support is our wealth.

And if you still have any doubts in any of the steps in this tutorial, then please leave a comment below. We'll reply as soon as possible.
Thanks for taking your time to read this long tutorial article. Hope you liked it.

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Introducting the Taskbar App. This app will let you open any app without closing the current app. Watch the video to know more.
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If you don't know the Iphone is a game changing chain of smart phones that are designed and marketed by Apple.Firstly introduced By Tech Visionary Steve-Jobs(Read a blog that's coming soon on Steve Jobs, how a dreamer changed this world) the iphone has No doubt become one of the most revolutionary products of the 20th century!The series includes 2 types that come out every alternative year and also features 2 models in each of them.The first series comes out with the name such as the iphone 6 and iphone6+,the following year another type is introduced to this world after it's predecessor named like the iphone 6s and iphone6s+. Apple makes 1 phone for a year that is Long awaited and hyped by rumours.We have been finally over to the official release of the IPHONE7.This is Sathvik, join me as we explore all the new features, What we think are the biggest Let-downs,Biggest improvements and some of the rumours which are and aren't true.
                                                             Concept model


Just like every year wev'e had plenty of rumours surrounding the New Iphone 7.

1.Apple's ditching the headphone-Jack
2.Apple is coming with a blue colour Iphone
3.Apple is gonna come up with a new design
   The list goes on and on

Check out some cool Cases and covers for iPhone 7


                                                          The new iphone 7 in Jet Black


1.The Iphone had a huge bump in the camera line-up and the 7+(the bigger variant) featured not one but 2 camera's in the rear side.
2.The Iphone 7 is now totally internally redesigned to be water-resitant
3.The iphone 7 now feature's stereo Speakers
4.This is the Iphone with the longest battery ever
5.It's available in 2 new colours namely Black and Matt-black
6.The airpods
7.They bumped up the internal storage option
8.A totally new Home button
9.A huge improvement in Hardware, with it's new A10 chip the Iphone 7 screams
10.Finally, the new screen that is brighter and more vivid
Apple claims this is the best Iphone that they have ever made.
As we can see some of the rumours had the features right and some didn't.
As far as i'm concerned I My biggest Upgrade is Definitely the new Camera and I'd say that my biggest let down is there is no Wireless charging on this Thing.


Just like any year, apple has lived up to it's hype by bringing out many new features and with apple's sales dropping only time can tell if This phone saves the fate of apple and keeps it as the most valuable company ever created!!    

And here's a funny video which might be interesting to you...

Hey there guys, This is yet another post after a long gap again. And this time, you're reading the brief review of the brand new Motorola Moto G4 Plus.

Smartphone lovers are always eager to know more about a phone whenever there is a new one. And this is yet another new smartphone from the great brand Motorola. And this time, Motorola has came up with a great new smartphone, with great specifications and a great new design too. 

This time, Motorola has added a fingerprint sensor on the bottom of the screen. But the placement seems to be not too good, because people usually likes to have a fingerprint sensor on the back. 
But its okay, because this phone powers a great fingerprint sensors that works almost very fast.
So we have to ignore that even if it makes the phone look slightly bad from the front. 
It would have been better to see the phone in a clean premium design on the front. The Fingerprint sensor makes it look like an old design....
 And this phone features a great processor which is powerful enough to play almost all good graphical games, even though it lags on some particular high end games. When compared to the Moto G3, the previous generation of this smartphone, this phone performs great with that new Qualcomm Snapdragon 617 CPU inside. This smartphone sports a new 16 Megapixel  rear camera which is supported by a Laser Autofocus technology which makes the camera one of the best in the range. 
And its great to see that this phone came with the latest Android Marshmallow, and that  makes this phone perform greater than others. The 5.5 Inch screen maybe too big for some people, but still its good for the big screen lovers. You can hold it on your hand, even though you can't completely take control of the phone with one hand.
Even though, the 1080p Full HD display gives fantastic picture quality, as usual. The display is vibrant enough and its slightly improved compared to the previous generation Moto G3.
Even while the 16 MP rear camera makes it great, the front facing 5MP camera may not be enough for some selfie lovers. But still, that 5MP works fine enough as it is a front camera.
With the rear camera, you can shoot 1080p 30fps Full HD videos that are vibrant and good in case of quality.

When coming to the sensors' side, this phone has an accelerometer, gyroscope, light sensor and that fingerprint sensor you saw. But still this phone lacks a great feature that could have been very great to see on such a phone, NFC! Yeah, If you don't know about the usages of NFC, please don't think bad. NFC is a very useful feature to have on a smart device. If you have a +Sony  camera with NFC on it, you can understand why I said that. And otherwise, this phone has all necessary sensors that anybody would need. 

We can't complain Motorola for not including NFC on such a budget smartphone because, NFC is not usually found on the category. But still that +Lenovo K4 Note has NFC which is lesser costlier than this phone!
 Moto G4 plus comes in two 3 variants, 16GB, 32GB and 64GB. But still I recommend going for 32GB or 64GB. And this phone comes with three different RAM options too, 2GB, 3Gb and a 4GB!!.
But you can't buy a 16GB with 3GB or 4GB RAM  at the same time! Because its based on the one you select. The one with 32GB ROM comes with a 3GB Ram and the 64GB one comes with a 4GB RAM. And I recommend buy the 32GB one because, it has lesser heating issues compared to the 4GB one.

I'm not making you bored by this review, I want to let you know the problems before you buy this phone. 
Check out the PROS and CONS Below for more short info on this.....

  1. Fast and accurate Fingerprint Sensor
  2. Upto 64GB is offered
  3. Can capture 120fps Slow motion videos(120fps at 540p resolution)
  4. USB OTG Support
  5. 16 Megapixel Laser autofocus camera with dual led flash.

  1. Heats up very fast (Even when not using heavy apps)***
  2. NFC is not included
  3. Device is not water resistant(Moto G3 was)
  4. Battery is not removable.
  5. The camera app lags sometimes.
  6. Doesn't support VoLTE

    *** UPDATE : The Heating issue has been almost solved by Motorola with just a few simple software updates! And now, its one of the perfect devices. Before, it touched around 50°C, and now it touches the max of around 45°C. That's a huge improvement and now this one is a very nice one to purchase.

Should you buy this phone?

If you ask me whether you should buy this phone or not, I'd say, YES!
Because this phone has the power to be your favorite smart device. But I'd prefer the 32GB or 16 GB variant, because the 64GB - 4GB RAM variant has a very high heating issue. 32GB might be enough and you can expand it by using a micro SD too. So the 32GB variant is the best choice if you're gonna buy a Moto G4 Plus. And I'd prefer not choose the Moto G4, because G4 Plus is much better in case of everything. Both has same power inside but the features are pretty less in that Moto G4.
So go for G4 Plus if you want to have a great smartphone on your hand. But if you hate heating, you shouldn't go for this device.!


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