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By RK Rishikesh Sinha

Google Picasa

If you are among those who have a penchant for photography, personal or professional, than definitely you are facing one problem - management of the photographs shoot at different intervals of time and occasion.

You don’t find photographs in the array of folders you have created. You scratch to find out the exact photographs that you intend to see. Even if you find after a stretch of time you don’t have a command over it. You can’t email it, edit it, publish it online; you can’t push a button that all the photographs are placed in the cloud.

But relax; download Google’s Picasa in your computer and you will find it is so easy managing thousands of photographs that are in your PC. It is a must tool for any photographer or image collector.

Download it, now!


Google Wiki Search

Many people still think that they don’t have control over Google search results. Look at the image below, what does the pxylem.blogspot.com is doing here in the “bishnupriya manipuri” search in Google. You search in Google – bishnupriya manipuri, you will not find this.



Months back Google introduced Wiki Search, through which users can edit the results of Google search results. You can bring down, or bring up any search results as you wish. So, if you don’t want bishnupriyamanipuri.com to appear in the Google search results. You can delete it, bring it down at bottom, as you wish by using the arrow up and arrow down tab which comes adjacent to the URL of the site.

You can even add your websites/ blogs of your choice through the tab [Add a result] which comes at the bottom of the search results.




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