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  • The Five-Minute Rule: If you see something that needs doing, and it can be completed within five minutes, do it immediately.

  • Sometimes, people who are thousands of miles away can make you feel better than the ones right beside you.

  • Pineapple acts as a natural painkiller because it contains anti-inflammatory enzymes.

  • You may gain 20% more muscle strength by working out in the afternoon instead of the morning, according to a study.

  • A psychological study found that people who are generally ‘too nice’ are also the ones to get hurt the most.

  • Lack of sleep causes the brain to remember events incorrectly.

  • A kiss can be ten times more effective than morphine in reducing pain, as it’s thought that it activates the body’s natural pain-killers!

  • Laughter increases the activity of antibodies in the body by 20%, helping destroy viruses and tumor cells.

  • People who swear a lot tend to be more honest, loyal and upfront with their friends.

  • When going on a first date, go to a horror film. Elevated heart rate and adrenaline is strongly tied to sexual attraction.

  • Take vitamin B complex during the summer. Insects don’t like the way it makes you smell to them, it wards off mosquitoes and biting flies

  • The darker the color of your alcoholic drink, the more likely it is to give you a hangover.

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how to stop Facebook track you even if you not registered.

Screen Shot 2016-06-04 at 7.07.25 AMFacebook recently announced an expansion to its ad tracking system — it would target and track people who weren’t even registered with the site.

Did you know that buttons like these allow Facebook, Google, LinkedIn, and others to track your online browsing activities on every site that includes one of these buttons, even if you never click the buttons and (in some browsers) even if you have third-party cookies disabled?

ShareMeNot is a browser extension designed to prevent third-party buttons (such as Facebook’s “Like” or Twitter’s “tweet” button) embedded by sites across the Internet from tracking you until you actually click on them. Unlike traditional solutions, ShareMeNot does this without completely removing the buttons from the web experience.

 

http://sharemenot.cs.washington.edu/

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Google Updates Vs Apple Updates

Apple can push out an update to every single (compatible) iPhone in the world simultaneously.  but Just 7.5% of Android phones are currently running the most version of the OS, Marshmallow, which launched in October 2015. And more than half are running KitKat (which came out in October 2013) or an even older version of the operating system.

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In contrast, 84% of active iOS devices (iPhones and iPads) are currently running iOS 9, the most recent version, which came out in September 2015.

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How to stop videos from playing automatically in Facebook

I.  For Android App

 

tap more , scroll down and select App Settings

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select Videos play automatically and select off

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II. in Facebook App on iPhone

 

1. Tap more  more and select settings and make sure you are in Account Settings

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2. Tap Videos and Photos

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3. Tap Auto play and select  – Never Auto-play videos

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2. Browser:

You can turn Facebook’s video auto-play settings on or off. To stop videos from playing automatically on your computer:

 

  • From the top right of Facebook, click and select Settings
  • Click Videos in the left menu
  • Click the dropdown menu next to Auto-play Videos and select Offstop facebook videos play

 

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