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What Yuvraj Singh do after retirement.

Yuvraj Singh's retirement declaration was a hard pill to swallow for some Indian cricketers and fans alike. While Twitter, Facebook, and Reddit continued humming with tribute photographs and recordings of the much-praised cricketer, a segment of web based life trusted the southpaw didn't get a fitting goodbye from the game that he played for a long time.

India's current vice-captain Rohit Sharma was among the firsts to put his thoughts out for 37-year-old cricketer, who in a cryptic tweet on Monday night, wrote that Yuvraj "deserved a better send off."

Yuvraj Singh looking to 'play some fun cricket' after retirement.

  • Yuvi has sought approval from the BCCI to allow him to play in domestic T20 events around the world.
  • Yuvraj, who played the remainder of his 304 one-day internationals two years back, was a key gear-tooth in India's World Twenty20 triumph in 2007 and was player-of-the-competition at the World Cup four years after the fact.
  • In his prime, Yuvraj was one of the cleanest strikers of the ball in the game - as England's Stuart Broad found when he was pummeled for six sixes in one over during the 2007 World Twenty20. 

  • That was one of the features of his profession, Yuvraj stated, alongside scoring his first Test century against Pakistan at Lahore in 2004 and the 2011 World Cup triumph.

Facebook unveils new privacy features – but is it too late?

What happened? 

Facebook used its annual F8 developer conference (www .f8.com) to unveil a range of new features, many of which focused on privacy. The move follows a year of negative press for the company, from the Cambridge Analytica data-sharing scandal to a security breach that affected 50 million users, as well as wider concerns about the impact of social media on mental health and children. So it’s no wonder CEO and founder Mark Zuckerberg started his talk at the conference with an apology: “I know that we don’t exactly have the strongest reputation on privacy right now, to put it lightly”. How sincere he was remains to be seen, although it didn’t help that he delivered that line while laughing. Besides vague pledges to take privacy more seriously and a promise to work with regulators, Facebook unveiled plans to give users greater privacy. Notably, Facebook’s chat app Messenger will get end-to-end encryption by default, following the lead of WhatsApp, which Facebook bought in 2014. However, the proposed privacy changes were announced amid fresh accusations of data breaches, including reports that Facebook workers have sifted through millions of users’ posts and photos as part of artificialintelligence training.

How will it affect you? 

The shift to end-to-end encryption means Facebook won’t be able to see what you write in messages you send to other Messenger users. It will still, of course, continue to keep a profile of you to target you with ads, particularly on Instagram and using Facebook’s Stories tool, which lets users post short videos and images that disappear after a day. As well as privacy changes, Facebook introduced a feature called Secret Crushes that lets users see if their friends fancy them. So far, the tool isn’t available in the UK or US, and it’s unclear if it ever will be. Another new feature, Meet New Friends, uses profile data to find would-be friends who share interests or mutual connections. The company also suggested that the Facebook Portal video-chat device will reach Europe this autumn, offering WhatsApp-based calls and encryption.

Airtel Rs. 399, Rs. 448, Rs. 499 Prepaid Plans Now Offer 400MB Additional Daily Data, Know More

Telecom administrator Airtel has now allegedly added more information advantages to three of its prepaid packs. These packs are of the divisions Rs. 399, Rs. 448, and Rs. 499, and each arrangement presently offers extra 400MB of information every day to its endorser. This implies, after this new amendment, the three plans currently offer 1.4GB, 1.9GB, and 2.4GB information every day to its supporters separately. This comes after the telco amended its low-valued Rs. 129 and Rs. 249 prepaid designs to offer Rs. 4 lakh disaster protection spread.

Beginning with the Airtel Rs. 499 prepaid arrangement, it is presently said to offer 2.4GB of everyday information rather than 2GB. The 400MB day by day information expansion comes close by different advantages like Airtel TV Premium membership that offers content from Zee5, HOOQ, 350+ Live TV Channels, and over 10,000+ films. There's likewise another 4G gadget cashback advantage, wherein a client is qualified for getting Rs. 2,000 cashback in the event that they purchase another telephone. The arrangement likewise offers Norton Mobile Security membership for one year, and free Wynk membership also. The legitimacy of this pack is 82 days and it additionally offers boundless calling with no FUP, and 100 SMS messages for every day.

The Airtel Rs. 448 arrangement correspondingly now apparently offers 1.9GB of day by day information, rather than 1.5GB. The legitimacy of this arrangement is likewise 82 days, and the 400MB of day by day extra information advantage comes nearby Airtel TV Premium membership, one year Norton Mobile Security membership, Wynk Music membership, and the gadget cashback advantage also. This pack likewise offers boundless calling and 100 SMS messages for each day benefits too.

Ultimately, the Airtel Rs. 399 prepaid arrangement likewise now supposedly offers 1.4GB of day by day information, rather than 1GB. The legitimacy of this arrangement is 84 days, and it offers the majority of the extra advantages referenced in the over two plans also. Telecom Talk was the first to give an account of the modification of these revives. The site still needs to mirror this amendment, and we can't see the additional information advantage starting at yet.

How To Hack Windows 10 To Make Cortana Use a Browser Other than Bing.

As Windows 10 Cortana is a truly personal digital assistant which is designed to help you get things done. Cortana is designed to provide answers and complete basic tasks like Set a reminder with a specific time and day, Set a reminder with a location, such as a supermarket, Add a photo to our reminders and many more other features are there. And not only that, Cortana is so advance that it learns over time to become more useful every day.
But normally, Cortana only lets you use Edge and Bing to make web searches which most of us don't like to use. But you can change this by installing the Search Bar Connector. The Search Bar Connector allows you to use the Cortana search bar in windows 10 in connection with your preferred default browser. All do it will cost you some amount but its features are satisfying its cost.

 Here are the following steps to do so:-

1. Install the app and open setting and the system.
2. Under the system, choose the 'default app' and scroll down to select 'Choose default application by protocol'. 
3. Now, scroll down until you see MICROSOFT-EDGE URL: microsoft-edge in the left-hand list and click Microsoft Edge on the right. 
4. A pop-up appears which ask you to 'Choose an application'. Simply select App Connector and done.
5. Now, when you make a web search using Cortana, it will open with your default browser. To pick which search engine it uses, open Search Bar Connector from the Start menu and choose one from the list.

That's it.
Now your Cortana is ready to use with the browser which you want to use other than Bing and Edge. 
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How To Monitor Your PC's Processor and Memory Using a Browser Add-On ?

Many time you all do a lot of different work on your PC at the same time and this put your PC under enough amount of strain. Especially your browser put more strain on your PC as compared to other activity and particularly if you are working with more number of tab open at the same time. 

There is an option named "Task Manager" in Windows which tell us about how hard your PC is working for you. 

*How To Open Task Manager on Your PC?

👉  Press: Shift + Ctrl + Esc

But I feel that it provides an overload of information which is quite difficult to monitor and if your thinking for Windows Task Manager is same that it provide overloaded information then there is nothing to worry about it. Your brother 😎 has found a solution for it. 

There is some handy browser extension that offers a more concise view and you can easily monitor your PC's Processor just by using this small extension.

Here are the following steps to do so:-

1. Click on the link shown here - System Monitor.

2. Press the Add To Chrome button and you are done.

 This small tool System Monitor is easy and simple to understand as compare to Task Manager. It displays a graph in Chrome's toolbar to represent CPU usage, so you can easily see if there's a spike in processor activity. You can take your cursor over the icon to track the processor usage in percentage. 

Monitor PC's Memory.

As I had explained how you can monitor your PC's processor but if you are more concerned about how much memory your PC is using than you can install one more extension named Memory Monitor for Chrome. 

Here are the following steps to do so:-

1. Click on the Link shown here:- Memory Monitor.

2. Press the Add To Chrome button and you are done.

Your PC's free memory is displayed as a number in your toolbar and you can see a more detailed summary about the memory capacity by your cursor over the icon.

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20 Best Website for Travel And Tourism of 2019.

If you are a travel lover and love to travel around the world, then you are in the right place. Here is the list of 20 best Travel and Tourism website you love.


Saint Lucia

Website - www.stlucia.org
This site entices you to visit the Caribbean island of Saint Lucia with images of sun-dappled beaches, luscious jungles, and happy families tempting you to whip out your passport and credit card before you’ve even clicked a link. And when you finally do navigate away from those spectacular images, it’s to uncover the country’s history, culture, night-life, nature, food, and festivals. The blog is a let-down, serving up obvious listicles and corporate-sponsored articles, but otherwise, the site’s well put together, making it as easy to tour the island’s inspiring delights as it is to plan and book a trip.


South Africa.

South Africa is a breathtakingly beautiful country –but don’t just take our word for it; check out this new website, designed to encourage tourism to the area. This one-stop shop highlights the best places to go, the best activities to do, and absolutely everything you need to know before you travel. Watch the site’s Bakkies Stories series, a 14-partner featuring three young UK travelers on a 10-day road trip. It’s cringe-worthy marketing, but South Africa’s beautiful sights make it worthwhile. And when you’re ready to book, hit those persistent buttons at the side of the screen.



Bikecation offers a one-stop solution for booking a cycling holiday. As well as letting you read up on various destinations, iconic climbs and different types of cycling trips –including charity fundraisers and group trips for nine or more–it lets you choose when and where to go from a list of bike-friendly locations. After selecting from the available flights and accommodation, you can either choose to hire a bike or take your own. You’ll then receive recommended bike routes in your inbox. It’s all very smoothly presented, although it could do with a bit more streamlining.


Do Not Pay Travel.

Website - www.donotpay.com
Do Not Pay’s bots have overturned thousands of parking tickets since 2016 and it’s now taking on flight refunds. It does so by scanning your Gmail inbox for travel confirmations from past bookings to check if the price of travel has fallen. It also scans the terms and conditions for loopholes and seeks to negotiate a cheaper price or cancel and rebook. The site promises to keep your data safe but asks for your phone number, date of birth and card details. If that doesn’t put you off, the service sends you texts asking what you want to do next and keeps your interactions simple.


Visit Bath.

Website - visitbath.co.uk
Visit Bath’srevamped sites brings a modern look to this ancient city. As well as streamlining its navigation options by adding drop-down menus, the mobile-friendly site has a slicker search engine and makes full use of your browser’s width. It also introduces the 4K video, integrated TripAdvisor ratings and clear ways to book accommodation. Unfortunately, the previous booking engine has been dropped so you can't specify dates anymore, only your preferred star-rating, distance, facilities, and keywords. But the site remains essential for anyone looking to visit Bath.


Sally’s Cottages.

Website - www.sallyscottages.co.uk

The old version of this website did a good job of making it easy to find a cottage to rent in the Lake District, providing area guides recommending things to see and do, and displaying essential info about accommodation, including reviews. So it’s good to see that not much has changed –on the surface, at least. In the wake of a £250,000 investment, most of the effort has been concentrated on making the site faster: searches are now quicker and it’s easier for cottage owners to manage their bookings. Sally’s blog also remains personable and fun.


Naturist BnB.

There’s no faulting the naked ambition of this site, which is dedicated to helping you find naturist-friendly accommodation across the world. Boasting a cheeky logo and carefully shot photos, it features holiday homes, resorts, campsites, and private rooms, and a simple search engine to nail down the best dates. Each property is well described and accompanied by images, along with a comprehensive breakdown of the costs per night and the various facilities on offer. The site includes a series of articles that cover house rules and etiquette. Owners can be contacted directly and you can also submit your own property.



If you’re willing to forgive the name, Glampingly is an excellent new site for those seeking the Great Outdoors experience without the discomfort. Enter the UK or European destination, decide on a glamp-site and choose your preferred accommodation –shepherd’s huts, tree houses and even a converted a helicopter is available. So far, so easy, but unfortunately the booking the process isn’t as straightforward as it could be, and at first glance, it seems to send you round in circles. Once you’ve got your head around it, though, booking a weekend away is simple if a little pricey compared with a humble tent in a field.



Website - www.emirates.com
Emirates Airline has unveiled the world’s first3Dcabin. Both VR- and desktop compatible, the online experience sees you climb aboard a virtual Airbus A380, no passport required. Swing your mouse across the screen to tour Economy, Business and First Class cabins, clicking the information points to learn more about what’s on offer: not only do you discover that the open the onboard lounge is designed for mingling, while every seat packs a USB port for your mobile, but you can even check out the range of toiletries in the First Class shower spa and see how everything looks when the cabin lights are switched off. Like a good holiday, it’s so chilled and enjoyable that Emirates even makes getting squashed in Economy seem luxurious.


Transfer Travel.

Transfer Travel calls itself ‘the eBay of travel’ for obvious reasons: people sell their holidays, hotels and flights, and you make an offer, buy it now or simply keep an eye on the listing. Still very much in the start-up phase –it only launched two years ago –the revamped site looks and feels slick, but many basic UK-to-Europe searches we tried triggered zero results and it lacks the catalog of listings necessary for its user-generated content. What listings there are could do with a few more images, too, to compete with other holiday and travel sites. The site charges a 15% commission on all sales.


Fire map.

Website - faremap.ml
Taking a trip around Britain by rail can be a frustrating and expensive experience, but Faremap makes navigating UK railways cheaper and easier. Web design has never been so sparse –just toggle the ticket types and search for your departure and destination stations to find the best deals. Available tickets are presented alongside a map color-coded by cost. Not every a ticket is worth it – in one test, traveling from Oxford to Lancaster, we could have saved £21.40, but only by jumping on nine separate trains. Although we’d like to see more public transport added, Faremap can still save you a few pennies.


Touring Bird.

If you’re planning a city break in North America or Europe, this site–created by Google’s ideas incubator, Area 120 –lists the top sights, guided tours and activities in each destination dishes out local tips and bundles together attractions to suit a wide range of interests. Each guide is compiled by expert teams and includes a selection of interesting facts, breakdowns of what’s included in an activity or tour and, for those wishing to book an attraction, a clear description of the cancellation policies. Activities can also be filtered, but be aware that the site operates in the US dollars only.


Visit Mansfield.

Bracketed by Sherwood Forest and loaded with heritage, the ancient the market town of Mansfield lies in the heart of Robin Hood country and is an ideal tourist destination for those on the trail for the heroic outlaw and his Merry Men. Sadly, this promotional website doesn’t always manage to execute its ideas well, so although you’ll discover attractions galore in the Explore section, and photos and videos in the Media tab, we’re not sure that hi-res images of the local bus station is the best way to attract travelers. The site itself also feels a little outdated and basic.


Visit Northwich.

Famed for its Roman salt mines (and, today, it's Salt Museum), the post-industrial town of Northwich lies at the heart of Cheshire. This new tourist site dubs it ‘a destination with a difference’ –the difference being that it’s probably not the first place you’d think of holidays. The website does a great job of promoting Northwich’s fascinating history, heritage, and highlights, with the What’s On section and Inspire Me blogs (bit.ly/inspire462) especially worth a read if you’re planning a visit. It’s not the flashiest site on the web–but it’s all the stronger for it. Northwich, after all, isn’t Las Vegas. It’s a charming town with a rich story, and its website ably reflects that.


Visit Guernsey.

It’s the task of tourism chiefs to milk their region’s assets, and Guernsey’s revamped website not only promotes its world-renowned cows but its beautiful waters, sandy beaches, secluded coves, castles, ancient burial sites, and wider history. Here you’ll find places to stay, walking routes and various lists of things to see and do. You can also read an online magazine, gaze longingly at scenic photos and view a map showing the location of accommodation, restaurants, and sights. With important travel information as well, it’s a comprehensive offering that caters for all tastes.


England Originals.

Many English cities, from Manchester to Bristol, are steeped in fascinating history, but this new site focuses on more picturesque examples, jamming its pages with lavish descriptions, key sights, and beautiful images that will have you packing your bags in no time. The 16 locations –which include Bath, Canterbury, Durham, Lancaster, and Cambridge –including suggested itineraries, complete with the number of stops and the days you’ll have to spend. Some cities are grouped by location and theme, and you can explore further by clicking links to most cities’ tourism sites for details of where to stay, eat and drink.



Like a summer tan, TripAdvisor’s stodgy, boxy design has faded away. In its place is a site that takes more than a pinch of inspiration from social networks such as Facebook and Twitter, which makes sense in this social-media age, where holidays are as much about Instagramming experiences as getting some R&R. Pick a destination and explore user-generated photos and videos, alongside reviews, restaurants, and unmissable things to do. The redesign makes for a more engaging scroll and like the featured destinations, TripAdvisor is now a place you might actually want to visit –and not just to leave a snarky review!



Website - en.terahaku.jp 
If you’re visiting Japan, staying in a temple or shrine can both save you money and give you peace of mind. With Zen meditation, waterfall training, yoga and tranquil tea ceremonies to enjoy, it beats laying your head in a generic hotel. Terahaku helps you find temple lodgings by typing an area, city, temple or experience into the search bar, or clicking one of the suggestions on the homepage. There area around 100 temples on offer, but poor descriptions and photos, as well as a cluttered reservation page, making for a frustrating experience.


Discover South Kesteven.

Unless you happen to live in the area, you’ve probably never heard of South Kesteven in Lincolnshire. This website seeks to change that with a flood of helpful tourist information: the usual accommodation and food &drinks pages are here, but so are details on local market towns, outdoor activities, and even parks and playgrounds. Check in with the incredibly useful events calendar, then load up the car –and your itinerary –for a visit. The site can be a tad slow to load, but maybe that’s just down to the relaxed pace of life in this beautiful corner of the world.


Visit York.

Website - www.visityork.org
Sun-soaked images of pretty vistas hint at untold adventure on Visit York’s newly invigorated tourism site. Steeped in its rich history and at ease with its contemporary side, York is pitching itself as a city-break destination to rival Amsterdam and Edinburgh. The main difference is that it’s now much easier to find and book every stage of your visit from a single section on the homepage –though it’s worth fully exploring this tourist goldmine where indie shops and selfie trails vie for your attention. The stand-out feature, however, is My Adventure, which lets you click the love-heart icon next to any attraction to add it to your comprehensive digital itinerary.

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Falcon Heavy's first real launch on Sunday.


The Falcon Heavy has flown previously, however at this point it has a payload that issues and contenders nipping at its heels. It's the first of another age of launch vehicles that can take immense payloads to space efficiently and as often as possible, opening up another frontier in the space race. Watch it lift off Sunday evening.

On the 7th, Falcon Heavy will fly out of the blue since its debut test last February, conveying the now-notorious Tesla Roadster and "Starman" into a direction that has taken them past Mars. That effective dispatch earned SpaceX its first client for the framework, and Sunday's launch will take Arabsat-6A, a Lockheed-fabricated correspondences satellite, into the geosynchronous orbit.

A static flame today went well, so assuming it doesn't rain departure ought to Notably, SpaceX CEO Elon Musk brought up on Twitter that the Block 5 Falcon Heavy (in other words, the generation correction instead of the test variant we saw) has 10 percent more pushed limit than previously, which additionally means a superior wellbeing edge if utilizing not as much as its greatest. 

So why precisely is Falcon Heavy important? All things considered, launch vehicles equipped for putting a hundred tons of material into or past orbit have existed since Apollo. Essentially, the distinction comes down to cost.

Placing anything into space is sufficiently troublesome. Be that as it may, heavier payloads get exponentially progressively hard to lift: The conditions we've known for a century or so administering how much lift is expected to get a specific measure of mass into space, and how much fuel is required thusly to produce that lift, are sure about this. 

As advances in materials and rocket motors have advanced, they have lopsidedly profited little and medium dispatch vehicles. Joined with the diminishing size of satellite payloads, this has made another and promising period for little specialty, which can be propelled in extraordinary numbers — as we're finding in the numerous guarantees to convey heavenly bodies thousands in number. 

Proficiently made disposables like Rocket Lab's Electron and reusable ones like the Falcon 9 have started the way toward pushing the cost of little and medium-estimate launches down to a small amount of what they used to be.

Be that as it may, substantial and super-overwhelming launch vehicles have remained marvelously costly because of them on a very basic level troublesome nature of structuring these material science opposing beasts. So while putting 10 tons in orbit has gotten sufficiently modest that new businesses can do it, putting 100 tons up there remains the area of worldwide superpowers. 

Falcon Heavy is extremely the first to begin a comparative value move for this classification, cutting the expense of putting extensive payloads up by a gigantic sum. And keeping in mind that an expected sticker price of around $100 million for each dispatch is not really stashed change, it's a mess not exactly the $350-$500 million a Delta IV may cost. 

That dimension of investment funds can change a whole space program. NASA could include a whole planetary investigation mission to its financial plan at the cost contrast of one dispatch alone. This math may not generally include (the Delta IV's magnificent launch record appropriately directions a premium) however it's difficult to overlook.

The market for overwhelming launches is, similar to that for little ones, vigorously supply-restricted. Governments and real organizations are arranged for quite a long time to put real things into or past circle. SpaceX will sell the room on Falcon Heavy frameworks as quick as it can make them. What's more, since its side stages are reusable, it can make them quicker than others can make theirs! It stands to make an enormous measure of cash while additionally hugely engaging the worldwide space network. 

Falcon Heavy has a little challenge at payloads over the 50-ton limit, yet beneath that, the field is becoming busy. ULA, Ariane Group, Russia and China, even upstart adversary Blue Origin are getting ready less expensive cutting edge stages to participate in the new biological system. (An exhaustive bookkeeping of this new period of dispatch vehicles is a beneficial undertaking, yet one for some other time.) 

For the present, however, Falcon Heavy is an oddity, yet an appreciated one. Bringing down the expense and unpredictability of increasingly far off and aggressive space ventures is an energizing prospect, and Sunday's launch is one of the principal signs that we are seeing that change happen.

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