March 19, 2009

Facebook Photo Album Downloader

Photobucket Facebook is a social utility that connects people with friends and others who work, study and live around them. It's a developing social website and still expanding until now.

If you are one of the users and have lots of friends in it, this add-on might be useful to you. It will make your day easier when you want to download your friend's photos. Just imagine how long will it take for you to download it. Yeah, it is possible to manually download individual photos from Facebook but it would surely be a time saver to download them all at once.

Facebook Photo Album Downloader is a Firefox extension that can download an entire Facebook photo album in one go. FacePAD, better known as the Facebook Photo Album Downloader will allow you to download your friends’ facebook albums en masse with the click of a button.
After installed this add-on, go to your friend's profile and right-click at his/her album. The picture below tell you the rest.


To download photos from the an album, right-click on the Facebook album and click the Download Album with FacePAD option. If you did this properly, a JavaScript pop-up will appear telling you to wait a moment while it initiates the download process. Press OK and the photos will be downloaded to Firefox’s default download directory. If their are more than one page of photos, then more than one JavaScript pop-up will appear (one for each page, where 1 page = 20 photos).

This add-on work with Firefox version 1.5 and above.

March 15, 2009

How To: Format PenDrive With NTFS File System

PhotobucketWell, maybe some of us ever wonder wonder how to format any pendrive with NTFS file system. As with me, i also wonder about it. So, I opened my Opera browser and search for any ways to do it. And yes, i found the way! clapping
NTFS allows you encrypting your data which is a feature that is inbuilt in Windows XP and above. It also lets you to add allow and deny permissions on individual files and folders for specific Windows users, something you can’t think of using FAT file systems.

So, lets move on to how to do it. I've insert some pictures here to help you to understand it better.

Plug in your pendrive. Then, right-click at your My Computer and choose Manage

Click at Device Manager. Then select Disk Drives and select your USB pendrive.

Properties for your pendrive will be open after that. Click at Policies tab and choose Optimize for Performance. Click OK after that.

Now, go to your My Computer. Right click on your USB pendrive and try to format it. AT File System menu, drag down it and you will see the option NTFS is there!

Well done!clapping Your pendrive now is in NTFS file format, you can either compress the data in it or can encrypt the data.