Thursday, November 26, 2015

WIFI වලට වඩා 100 ගුණයක් වේගවත් LIFI අලුත්ම එක ආ

Li-Fi is 100 times Faster than Wi-Fi Technology: Real-World Tests Prove

Yes, it's time to shift from Wi-Fi to Li-Fi — an alternative technology that is 100 times faster than the average speeds of Wi-Fi.
Scientists have just field-tested the new wireless technology called Li-Fi for the first time and achieved marvelous wireless speeds that are 100 times faster than current WiFi speeds.
What is Li-Fi Technology?
Li-Fi is a new wireless technology that transmits high-speed data using light (i.e. Visible Light Communication or VLC) rather than radio bands.
In short, Li-Fi is a Super-Fast alternative to Wi-Fi.
Earlier this year, scientists achieved mind-blowing speeds of 224 gigabits per second (GBps) in the lab using Li-Fi. It's believed that this technology has the potential to change everything about the way we use the Internet today.
And Yes, it will.

Test Results: Li-Fi is 100 times Faster than Wi-Fi

An Estonian startup company called Velmenni took the technology out of the laboratories and into the real-world offices, and industrial environments in Tallinn for the first time and, believe me, it's really, really fast.

The company was able to transmit data at 1GB per second, which is almost 100 times faster than the Wi-Fi speeds.

"We are doing a few pilot projects in different industries where we can utilize the VLC technology," Velmenni's CEO Deepak Solanki told IBTimes UK.
"Currently we have designed a smart lighting solution for an industrial environment where the data communication is done through the light. We're also doing a pilot project with a private client where we're setting up a Li-Fi network to access the Internet in [our] office space."
Unlike Wi-Fi network signals, Li-Fi is based on light and can't penetrate through walls, which makes it more secure from external sniffing. Meanwhile, it also means there is less interference from other devices.

Who Invented Li-Fi?

The Li-Fi technology was originated in 2011 by German physicist Harald Haas, who outlined the idea of using light bulbs as wireless routers during a TED Talk. He demonstrated that with a flickering light from an LED, one could transmit more data than a cellular tower.

You can watch the full video of Haas talk about the Li-Fi technology in 2011 given above.

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Sunday, November 1, 2015

ඔයාගේ WIFI පාස් එක අමතකද? නැත්තම් යාළුවගේ පාස් එක උස්සමුද?

හරි ඔන්න යාලුවනේ මම අද ආයෙමත් අවේ ඔයාලට නියම හොට් වැඩ කෑල්ලක් අරගෙන. හරි එහෙනම් මන් කෙලින්ම කතාවට බහින්නම් අද මම ඔයාලට දෙන්න යන්නේ පොඩි සොෆ්ට් කෑල්ලක් මේක පොඩි උනාට ඔයාලට ගොඩාක් වැඩ කර ගන්න පුළුවන්. සොෆ්ට් එක ගැන කියනවානම් මේකෙන් පුළුවන් ඔයාලට ඔයාලගේ වයිෆයි පාස්වර්ඩ් එක අමතක උනානම් එක බලා ගන්න එහෙමත් නැත්තම් දැනට අපේ මැශින් එක සම්බන්ධ වෙලා හිටිය (අතීතයේ) සියලුම වයිෆයි කනෙක්ෂන් වල පාස් නැවත බල ගන්න. පට්ටයි නේ . තව ඉතින් ඔයාලට ඔයාලගේ යාලුවෝ පාස් එක දෙන්නේ නැත්තම් මේ සොෆ්ට් එක හොරෙන් දාලා බලා ගන්න එකයි ඇත්තේ. එහෙනම් තවත් විස්තර මෙන්න පල්ලෙහා තියෙනවා ඒවත් බලලම පල්ලෙහා දීලා තියන ලින්ක් එකෙන් ගිහින් මේක ඩවුන් කර ගන්න. එහෙනම් ඔන්න අපි ගියා..

WirelessKeyView recovers all wireless network security keys/passwords (WEP/WPA) stored in your computer by the 'Wireless Zero Configuration' service of Windows XP or by the 'WLAN AutoConfig' service of Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, and Windows Server 2008. It allows you to easily save all keys to text/html/xml file, or copy a single key to the clipboard. You can also export your wireless keys into a file and import these keys into another computer.

සොෆ්ට් එක EXTRACT කරද්දී මේ පාස් එකේ යුස් කරන්න "- -"

ඔයාලත් මේ පොස්ට් එකට කැමති නම් අපිට මෙතනින් ගිහින් පොඩි Support එකක් දෙන්න ඈ...

Friday, October 30, 2015

සුභ උපන් දිනයක් බිල් මාමේ, Bill Gate .,.,.

Bill Gates -- founder of Microsoft, the world’s richest man, and a philanthropist for the ages -- will celebrate his 60th birthday on Oct. 28. He doesn’t look a day over 50. To commemorate the occasion,

ඔයාලත් මේ පොස්ට් එකට කැමති නම් අපිට මෙතනින් ගිහින් පොඩි Support එකක් දෙන්න ඈ...

Thursday, October 29, 2015

Download Movie Maker For Windows 10

Windows Movie Maker or Windows Live Movie Maker, was first introduced with Windows ME back in 2000. The free video editing software from Microsoft was included in Windows XP as well as Vista. Although the program was not part of Windows 7 and Windows 8, one could get it by installing Windows Live Essentials suite.

Those of you who have tried Windows Movie Maker for at least once will agree that there is no program as easy-to-use as Movie Maker for Windows operating system. Although Movie Maker offers basic editing tools, it’s good enough for most users.

Movie Maker for Windows 10

As you likely know, Movie Maker is part of Windows Live Essentials program and Microsoft hasn’t updated Live Essentials since 2012. In fact, in 2012, Microsoft discontinued the Windows Live brand for some unknown reasons.

If you upgraded your Windows 7 or Windows 8.1 installation to Windows 10 and now wondering if Live Movie Maker is compatible with the latest version of Windows, then you will be surprised to know that Movie Maker is fully compatible with Windows 10. You can install and use Movie Maker on Windows 10, just like on previous Windows versions without any issues. The popular Live Mail can also be installed on Windows 10.

Movie Maker features

With Windows Movie Maker, you can easily edit import and edit videos and slide shows, add and edit audio, edit your video by trimming, splitting or slowing it down and once done, you can upload the video to popular video sharing sites like YourTube.

Follow the given below directions to download and install Movie Maker on Windows 10. Meanwhile, if you’re relatively new to Live Movie Maker, don’t forget to check out Live Movie Maker tutorials to brush up your movie editing skills.

Please note that installing Movie Maker also installs Photo Gallery software. The Photo Gallery can be used to view and edit images.

Install Movie Maker in Windows 10

Step 1: Visit this page Windows Essentials and download the web setup file. The setup is compatible with all editions of Windows 10, both 32-bit and 64-bit systems.

Step 2: Run the setup file, click the second option titled Choose the programs you want to install, deselect all programs except Live Movie Maker, and then click Install button to begin the installation.

Once the Movie Maker is successfully installed, “Windows Essentials is installed” message will appear on the screen. You can then launch the Movie Maker by typing the same in the Start menu or taskbar search box.

ඔයාලත් මේ පොස්ට් එකට කැමති නම් අපිට මෙතනින් ගිහින් පොඩි Support එකක් දෙන්න ඈ...

Wednesday, October 28, 2015

Top Tips on How to Convert Your Home into a Smart Home

Smart technology has come a long way in recent years. Nearly everyone now owns a smartphone, utilises high-speed Internet and enjoys ecologically friendly vehicles. Still, some of this very same technology can be used around the home. Let us look at a handful ways that you can transform your traditional property into a "smart" home.

Solar Panels

Conserving energy is a very real concern in these modern times. A growing number of homes throughout the United Kingdom have therefore adopted the use of solar panels. Not only is this source of power completely renewable, but it can help to dramatically lower monthly electric bills. These panels are also much cheaper than they were only a handful of years ago.

Zone-Relevant Heating

Many owners have begun to utilise what are known as zone-relevant heating controls. A centralised panel combined with a hand-held remote will enable the user to adjust the temperature (and sometimes even the humidity) within different portions of the home. This can be quite useful. For instance, there is no use heating the downstairs when an entire family is sleeping on the second floor. Or, there can be times when specific areas such as a storage room or a walk-in wardrobe do not require heating. This highly efficient system can save a great deal of money while it is extremely convenient.

Modern Security

Any property is always concerned with basic security. Smart homes are equipped with a host of options to choose from. Some traditional methods can include closed-circuit television systems (CCTV) and heat-activated motion sensors. These are now being combined with more novel approaches including facial recognition systems, fingerprint scanners and remote alerts via common smartphones. In fact, many of these applications can be routed directly into a mobile device. This will enable the owner to be aware of any issues even if he or she is away from home.

Internet Access

Nearly every home has Internet access in one form or another. Unfortunately, some speeds tend to be a bit slow. This is even more of an issue considering that the online world is now laden with more data than ever before. Slower connections may prevent you from downloading a film or watching high-definition television. This is why many are choosing to upgrade their existing systems to a high-speed broadband connection. This option is now becoming commonplace and there are countless regions within the United Kingdom which offer such a service to their residents.

Smart Lighting

Another interesting application can be seen in what is known as "smart" lighting. Simply put, these fixtures will automatically turn themselves off when they sense that no one has been in a room for a certain amount of time. This helps to increase the longevity of the bulbs while saving the home a great deal of money.

These are a handful of ways that you can "smarten" up your property. We should only expect these systems to become even more prevalent into the future.

ඔයාලත් මේ පොස්ට් එකට කැමති නම් අපිට මෙතනින් ගිහින් පොඩි Support එකක් දෙන්න ඈ...

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