Monthly Archives: March 2016

  • Here’s The Way How to Recover Lost Excel Files

    Retrieve lost Excel file“Hi guys, two days back I created an excel sheet and saved in my systems hard drive, it takes 3 hours for me to prepare the file and it includes all my office data. Today morning while transferring the file from system to the pen drive, due to some unexpected issues my system shutdown suddenly. After waiting for some time I restarted the system to send the file again but I didn’t found my file. I am so much worried because I have a presentation in my office and that file is mandatory. I don’t know how to get back those lost Excel file. If you guys have any idea about this then please suggest me.”

    Are you the victim of such similar scenarios? If yes, then you stepped in right place. Don’t get worried by thinking about your lost file because you can easily retrieve lost Excel file with the help of most reliable, 100% safe secure software called Retrieve Lost File software.

    Reasons behind the loss of Excel files:

    • Sometimes while transferring the files from systems hard drive to external storage device and vice-versa due to some unexpected reasons the user will run into an error message like “Drive is not formatted. Do you want to format it now?” If they unintentionally click on the format button without taking the backup then they has to suffer huge file lost.
    • File system is the way of organizing the files in a better manner. It keeps all the file details like file name, file size, file creation date, etc. if it gets corrupted then it results in the loss of important files.
    • Bad sectors are one of the main reasons behind the loss of important files and these are created due to downloading virus infected Excel files, etc.
    • Some other reasons like hard drive crash, partition table corruption, virus attacks, unreliable third party tools, OS installation errors, software conflicts, etc.

    Unique Features of Retrieve Lost File software:

    This software is used to retrieve lost Excel file from both Windows operating system (such as Windows 8, 7, Windows XP, Vista, Windows server 2003 & server 2008) and Mac OS (Such as Mavericks, Snow Leopard, Leopard, Lion, etc.). It is used for recovering more than 300 file types like images, audio, video, documents, applications, spreadsheets, etc. This application supports recovery of Excel files from various external storage drives like USB flash drives, external hard disks, pen drives, memory cards, etc. and also recovers lost files from various hard drive brands like SATA, IDE, SCSI, etc. This reliable tool is used to restore files from hard drive which supports file systems like FAT16, FAT32, NTFS, and NTFS5 on Windows and HFS, HFS+ partitions on Mac operating systems. In order to skip the rescanning process of the drive, it consists of Save Recover Session feature.

  • Review of Intel Compute Stick – Atom x5, Windows 10 Model

    In the current scenario if you need to stream internet video then there are plenty of devices available that can be plugged into the HDMI port of your TV. So you can use an Amazon Fire TV Stick, a Roku Streaming Stick, or a Chromecast.

    intel-compute-stick-2015-01-07-01If you see the Compute Stick at the first time, it looks mostly like those media streaming devices. But the Compute Stick is a fully fledged computer under the hood.

    In early 2015 the first model of Intel was launched and recently a 2nd generation model is released by the company with an improved design, a slight faster processor and performance with better wireless significantly.

    The video and music streaming can be done from Netflix, Pandora, Spotify and YouTube. It can be used to run Intuit QuickBooks, Adobe Photoshop, Microsoft Office, and other Windows programs. With a real web browser you can surf the web like Firefox, Chrome and also games can also be played.


    It’s not like only Intel was the first company to launch a PC Stick. The models with Android software and ARM-based processors were seen in 2012. Later in few years the first models were appeared with Windows software popped up and Intel chips.

    Compute Stick was launched in 2015 by the Intel. All-around performance was offered by it, a few serious limitations ware suffered by it. In Windows the Intel model comes with a fully licensed version and with heat dissipation it didn’t seem to have any problems.

    One disadvantage is, it is only associated with a single USB 2.0 port, so using of mouse and keyboard is made difficult during setup unless you connect a USB hub. Once you setup the system then Bluetooth accessories can be connected always, but with the original Compute Stick there is another problem: the performance of the wireless is not at the great.

    Bluetooth 4.0 and 802.11b/g/n WiFi is supported by this model but with bad range. So simultaneously most of the users will prefer for different connecting devices of Bluetooth and Wi-Fi. In this launch category, the best device was the original Compute Stick, for general purpose use its recommendation was still kind of hard.