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How To Recover Deleted Data From A Pen Drive

How To Recover Deleted Data From A Pen Drive

Do You Want To recover Your Deleted Pen Drive Data, Then You Are At Right Place Today We Will Tell You How You Can Retrieve The Lost Data Again Easily. Some Times We Accidently or Mistakely Delete Our important Data From Pen Drive And There Is No Default Way In Windows To recover The Deleted Data, So We Thought To Make A Article With which.

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There Are Many instances when we delete our Files Due To Some Common Reasons Like We Feel That they Are occupying Much Space Or We Dont Need Them Anymore And Later we realise that The Files Were Usefull Or Important For Us, Then You Google A lot And Find Many Fake Softwares Or Fake Articles Forcing You To Buy Their Product And Guranting 100% Data Recovery And atlast What Remains is Being sad And Feeling Guilty So For My Sincere Readers I thought to Make A guide Which Is 100 % genuine And The Software is Also Free.

Follow these steps to do pen drive data recovery:
  • Download This Software Link For Windows or Mac
  • Install The Downlloaded Software
  • After Installing Launch The Software
  • Select The Tipes Of Files You Wish To recover
  • Now click On Next
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  • Now Plug In Your Pen Drive From Which You Want to recover The Losted Data
  • After Plugging in Choose The Pendrive icon in the Software And Click On Scan
  • The Software Will Scan Your Pen Drive
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  • After The Complete Scan You Can View All Deleted And recoverable Data
  • Tick on The Items You Want To Recover , And Click On Recover
Recover Deleted Data From A Pen Drive

This was Our Guide On Data Recovery From Pen drive, I Hope This Guide Helped You In Recovering Your Important Data
Get Missing Album Art In iTunes Automatically

Get Missing Album Art In iTunes Automatically

One of the disadvantages many of us who had MP3 collections before the trend of iTunes and Amazon MP3 is that many of the files lack album art. It’s annoying to browse through CoverFlow and see half your library with pretty pictures and the other half with a generic Icon. Here’s a step-by-step guide to make iTunes search for album art for you.

Find Missing Album Art Automatically in iTunes

1. If you haven’t already, download and install iTunes from Apple’s site.

2. During the initial set up, iTunes will encourage you to create an account. While you don’t have to make an account to use the application, you do need an account to search for album art. Creating an account is easy, free and only requires an active email address.

3. Wait for the initial set up to finish and import your music library. While this happens, ensure that you are logged in by clicking on the “Store” tab and seeing if it asks you to log in. If so, then you’ll need to enter your email and password. If not, you’re already logged in and can move on to the next step.

4. Once all of your music library has been entered into iTunes, click on the Music tab.

5. On the information directory, at the top of the application, click the tab that says “Advanced”

6. In the “Advanced” dialog box, click “Get Album Art Work”

7. The status bar will change to “Getting Album Artwork”. This may take a while depending on the size of your library.

8. After a little while, the status should change to “Downloading Album Artwork” . This again may take a while depending on your music library.

9. Change your view to “Cover Flow” and you will see all or most of the albums missing art work now have some.

This tutorial will work on devices running Windows and Macintosh.
How to Make an Audio Recording Using Quicktime Player

How to Make an Audio Recording Using Quicktime Player

Sometimes, when you need to explain something, you need to do it using an audio recording. A way you can do this is using the audio recording feature from the QuickTime Player app.

Make an Audio Recording Using Quicktime Player

Read this article to learn how to make an audio recording using the QuickTime Player app.


1. Get the app if you haven't already. You can get it from your Finder.

2. Right click on the app.

3. Find New Audio Recording and click it from the menu that appears.

4. Choose how loud you want the sound to be.

5. Click the red dot on the small black window that appears to start recording your audio.

6. Record the audio.

7. When you're done recording, click the red dot again and wait for the recording to finish. This should only take a few seconds.

8. Listen to the recording.
  • You can use the audio recordings to explain something to someone.
  • Note that image will not be shown in the audio recordings.
So this was our guide on How to Make an Audio Recording Using Quicktime Player, I hope the methods given above helped you in Recording Audio Using Quicktime Player.
How to Create a Partition

How to Create a Partition

Hard drive partitions allow the computer to treat one hard drive as multiple distinct volumes. This enables you to install multiple operating systems or create a second drive for storing specific files.

How to Create a Partition

You can easily create new partitions from your free space in Windows and Mac, though Windows XP users will need third-party tools to accomplish the same thing.

Creating a Partition in Windows Vista, 7, and 8

1. Open the Disk Management utility.
Open the Run dialog box from the Start menu or by pressing Win+R. Type diskmgmt.msc and press Enter. This will open a window that allows you to manage all of the volumes and drives installed in your system.

2. Manage your unallocated space.
Partitions are created from unallocated space or free space on your hard drive. You can create more unallocated space by shrinking an existing volume. This will remove the available storage space from that volume and turn it into unallocated space.
  • Right-click a volume and select "Shrink Volume..." to begin the volume shrinking process. You will be able to choose how much of the free space you want to remove from the volume to turn into unallocated space.
  • You won't be able to turn all of the available storage into unallocated space because some of that available storage is reserved for unmovable files. You can increase the space you can reclaim by defragmenting the drive first.
  • If you want to merge two blocks of unallocated space together, you will need to use a tool like GParted or Partition Manager.

3. Create the new partition.
Right-click on the unallocated space and select "New Simple Volume". This will open a wizard that will walk you through the steps to create the new partition.
  • Set the size. The first thing you will be asked is how big you want the partition to be. By default, it will be set to the same size as the entire block of unallocated space, but you can choose to make it smaller if you wish. Any unused space will remain unallocated.
  • Assign a drive letter. All partitions need a drive letter, which allows them to have addresses for files located on the partition. You can choose any letter that you'd like as long as you don't already have a drive using that letter. Avoid using A: and B: as these are older drive letters reserved for floppy disk drives.

4. Format the volume.
Ensure that the volume is set to be formatted, otherwise you cannot use it to store files. If you are using the volume to store files for Windows, set the file system to NTFS. Enter a name for the volume in the "Volume label" field.
  • Check the "Perform a quick format" box unless you are worried that the disk is damaged.
  • If you are going to be using the volume to install an operating system on, you don't have to worry about formatting it now.

Creating a Partition in OS X

1. Open the Disk Utility program.
You can access Disk Utility from the Utilities folder in the Applications folder. Disk Utility comes installed on every Mac.
  • This method only works on OS X 10.5 (Leopard) and above. Users of older versions will need to use partition software to create a new partition from an existing one.

2. Select your hard drive.
In the left frame, select the hard drive that you want to create a partition on.  Click the "Partition" tab to view the partitions on the drive. You will see all of the current partitions on that drive laid out in the right side of the window. Used space is represented as light blue, while free space is represented as white.

3. Shrink the existing partition.
Select the partition you want to shrink and then either enter in the new size you want into the field or click and drag the bottom-right corner of the partition block. Click Apply and then Partition to save the changes.
  • You won't be able to shrink it into the blue area, as this represents files that exist on the original partition.

4. Create a new partition.
After resizing your original partition, click the "+" button at the bottom of the Partition Layout window. A new partition will be created out of the available space left after shrinking the original and added to the partition layout.

5. Change the size of the partition.
By default, the new partition will take up all the available space left over after resizing. You can adjust the size of the partitions by using the slider between the two in the Partition Layout window. You can also select a partition and enter the size you want it to be in the "Size" field.

6. Select a file format.
The original partition will keep its old file system, but you will need to format the newly created partition in order to start storing files on it. Choose "Mac OS Extended (Journaled)" from the Format drop-down menu.
  • If you're creating a partition to install Windows on, leave it unformatted for now. The Windows installer will format it to the correct file system.
  • Give the new partition a name so that you can easily identify what's on it.

7. Apply your changes.
Click the Apply button, and then click Partition to accept your changes and create the new partition. You can now use your new partition just like you would any hard drive.

Creating a Partition in Windows XP

1. Download a partition tool.
There is no way to shrink a volume in Windows XP, which means that you can't create a partition out of the free space on your hard drive. You will need to use a partition utility like Partition Wizard or GParted to shrink your existing volume.

2. Resize your existing partition.
Use the partition tool you downloaded to resize one of your existing partitions. The amount you can shrink the partition is based on the location of unmovable files, and this amount can be increased by defragmenting your hard drive.

3. Create a new partition.
Once you've resized your old partition, you will have a chunk of unallocated space. You can use this to create your new partition. You can either use all of the available unallocated space or you can set it to a portion of it.
  • You can either create the partition using the partition tool that you downloaded, or you can use Windows Disk Management as described in the first section.

4. Format the new partition.
Before you can use your new partition, you will need to give it a file system and a label.

5. Repair your boot record.
If you resized your operating system's partition, it could cause Windows to not be able to boot. In order to fix this you will need to perform a repair installation of Windows. You will need the Windows XP installation disc for this process.
  • Always back up data before formatting or partitioning. While nothing should happen to your data when shrinking an existing volume, there is always a small chance of failure. Having backups of everything important will minimize the damage if something goes wrong.
How To Partition a Hard Drive

How To Partition a Hard Drive

Sometimes you may want to divide a single hard disk into multiple drives, often called partitions or volumes. You may want multiple partitions to ensure the integrity of certain types of data, to install different operating systems on a single computer, or to limit the amount of space certain information can occupy, like music or video.

How To Partition a Hard Drive

The process for partitioning a hard disk is not necessarily complicated, although it risks the loss of all data currently residing on that disk. For this reason, it is imperative that you back up everything you want to keep.

Create a Partition in Windows XP, Vista and 7

1. Open "Disk Management".
To do this, press the "Windows" and "R" buttons on your keyboard at the same time. Type "diskmgmt.msc" into the dialog box that appears and press "Return".

2. Decide which disk you want to partition.
  • Right click on the desired disk, and select "Shrink Volume" from the context menu.
  • Right click on the "Unallocated Space," and select "New Simple Volume" from the context menu.

3. Answer the questions posed by the Wizard when it appears.
  • Enter the desired size of the new partition in megabytes. The size of the new drive can't exceed the amount of unallocated space.
  • Decide what letter you want to represent this new volume.
  • Click "Next" in the "Format Partition" box to format the partition right away.
  • Click "Finish."

Create a Partition in OS X

1. Open the "Disk Utility".
This can be found in the "Utilities" folder within the "Applications" folder.

2. Select the disk you want to partition from the menu on the left.

3. Select the "Partition" in the right side of the window.
  • If your computer only has 1 disk drive you probably don't want to partition this drive because all of the data, including the operating system, will be lost.

4. Click the "+" and "-" buttons below the "Volume Scheme" to determine the number of partitions.
  • You can adjust the size of the partitions by moving the separator bars in the "Volume Scheme" window.
  • Name the new partitions by selecting each from the "Volume Scheme" and entering the name under the "Volume Information" heading.

5. Click "Apply".

So this was our guide on How To Partition a Hard Drive, I hope the methods given above helped you.
How to Install Fonts

How to Install Fonts

Fonts set your document or webpage apart, and allow you to express your creativity and style. So why should you be limited to the fonts that came installed on your computer?

Install Fonts

Set your work apart by downloading and installing fonts that match you and who you are. Read on after the jump to learn how.

Installing Fonts on Windows 7, 8 and 10

1. Find some fonts.
You can find fonts for purchase or for free at various sites online. There are numerous sites that offer free, open-source fonts that don't require any registration or extra programs. Some of the more popular sites include, dafont, Google Fonts, Font Squirrel, 1001 Fonts, and

2. Download the font of your choice.
Make sure to download from a reputable location, as font files are a classic virus-prone file. Most fonts will be downloaded in a ZIP format. Save the file somewhere on your computer that will be easy to find, such as the desktop.

3. Extract the font file.
The ZIP file should contain a single font file that can be installed on your computer. Typical file formats include .ttf, .ttc, and .otf.

4. Open C:\Windows\Fonts.
Using Windows Explorer, navigate to the Fonts folder in the Windows folder on your hard drive. You should see a list of files for your already-installed fonts.

5. Drag the new font file into the Fonts folder.
Dragging and dropping the font file into the Font folder will automatically install the font. It will be available when you next access your fonts in a program.
  • You can also install fonts by double-clicking on the font file. The font installation wizard will start automatically.

Installing Fonts on Windows XP and Vista

1. Find a font file online that is compatible with your version of Windows.
Verify the file to ensure that you will not download a virus that is harmful to your computer. Make sure you download it from a trusted source with a number of user-generated reviews.

2. Click "Download" to save the file to your computer.
Oftentimes fonts will download in a ZIP file, which will need to be extracted after downloading. You can do this by simply double-clicking the ZIP file and then dragging the font file to another location on your computer, such as your desktop.

3. Open the Control Panel.
Click Start and then click Control Panel. This menu allows you to adjust the settings for your computer.

4. Open the Fonts menu.
Click on Appearance and Personalization in your Control Panel, and then open the Fonts option.

5. Click the File menu.
If the File menu is not visible, press the Alt key to make it appear. Select "Install New Font" from the drop down menu. A Fonts dialog box should pop up to help you navigate through installation.

6. Choose the location of the newly downloaded font file.
Make sure that the file has been unpacked if it was in ZIP format, otherwise it will not show up in the list of files.

7. Choose "Install" once the proper file is selected.
Follow the prompts from the installation wizard. You should be able to access your font the next time you open your program.
  • If you have problems accessing your font, try restarting your computer.

Install Fonts on Mac OS

1. Download the font of your choice.
Make sure to download from a reputable location, as font files are a classic virus-prone file. Save the file somewhere on your computer that will be easy to find, such as the desktop.

2. Expand or extract the file.
To expand a .zip file, you simply have to double click on it. A .rar file will require an expander application, such as 7Zip or Winrar.

3. Double-click on the font file.
This will open the Font Book where you can preview the font. You can also open the Font Book manually from the Applications folder.
  • You can use the menu at the top of the window to see how the font will appear with various style changes, such as bold or italic.

4. Click Install Font.
This will add it to your font list in documents and other programs. You can also install fonts by opening the Font Book, clicking File, and then selecting Add Font. You can then browse for the font file on your computer.

So this was our guide on How to Install Fonts, I hope the methods given above helped you.