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Thursday, June 14, 2012

Top 5 Best FREE Antivirus Software for 2012

Even if your budget doesn’t include any money for antivirus protection, you’ve got plenty of good choices for free antivirusConsidering the upcoming July 9 Internet Blackout due to DNS Trojan, are you wondering which of the 2012 antivirus tools are best yet FREE? This list of best 5 Free anti-virus software 2012 has all the types ofpopular anti virus software programs you are looking for your computer system, this year. All the anti virus programs listed here are used for home editions/versions and if you wish you can download free antivirus with their latest paid, free or trial versions.
According to a study by software firm OPSWAT, free software takes up 50% of the global antivirus market for Windows PC users. If you are a home user and are aware of what not to do online and how to avoid yourself from phishing attacks a good free antivirus should be sufficient to keep your pc clean and safe from other possible threats.So here we are compiling a list of best free antivirus softwares for you to take advantage of,these are ranked not just according to their virus fighting capability but also the ease of use and efficiency (usage of pc resources) are taken into consideration.

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This top 5 antivirus list comprises of only those top 5 best antivirus products that are available free of cost and offer you virus detection and removal features with full version.Though.They also offer paid and premium services to those seeking full online antivirus program support. The many different free antivirus software makes for a very competitive environment. Popular options from companies like Avast, AVG, and Avira enjoy high usage numbers, and more knowledgeable Windows users also rely on Microsoft Security Essentials (MSE) and Malwarebytes’ Anti-Malware Free 1.51.

Microsoft Security Essentials (MSE)

From the creators of Windows comes Microsoft Security Essentials (MSE), a free antivirus solution for your Windows system. If you are running a genuine copy of windows then you need not look any further. MSE is the best free antivirus solution you could get, the software being from Microsoft integrates with the OS very well and provides effective real time scanning and virus removal. It also updates on its own is in constant watch running in the background.
MSE is the ONLY truly free antivirus program out there. There are no pushes, subtle or otherwise, asking you to get a paid version. Secondly, the license for Security Essentials allows professional use, so long as one user doesn’t install it on more than 10 PCs. Some of it’s notable pros are it’s Free with no need for registration, always up-to-date, very easy to use and capped CPU usage.
MSE  also notifies users into activating Windows Update, Firewall, and User Access Control (crucial security features of the OS) if they are deactivated. But the best part about MSE is that installing an antivirus on a severly malware-infested computer can be a nightmare. Some antivirus programs take a long time to install and update; others won’t even install due to self-defense by malware. But, Microsoft Security Essentials wouldn’t give you any trouble; and will install quickly and smoothly.

AVG Anti-Virus Free 2012

AVG is an old player and hence a trusted one too. The AVG free 2012 edition has great potential but the heavy resource usage makes it rather undesirable. But if you are running a PC with a good configuration then we don’t see why you should not use it. AVG Free is also one of the most frequently updated antivirus programson our list.
The 2012 edition’s main screen collapses the previous edition’s ten component icons down to six, but adds three new ones to integrate the company’s other products. Overall, this free antivirus and antimalware solution is a great choice for free antivirus protection. It has the best scores among current products in our malware removal test and very good scores for malware blocking as well.

Avira Free Antivirus 2012

Avira is a very intelligent and proactive antivirus solution with virus definitions and detection rate higher than any of the antivirus we have listed down here. Also it seemed to be the fastest and has got phishing protection as a cool bonus feature. The Web protection that blocks access to known malware-hosting sites is also designed to keep users away from fraudulent (phishing) sites. The only downside would be its clustered user interface which might not be very user friendly to many.
But that asides, Avira has a great malware clean up score and is very good at detecting and cleaning any type of new virus. There’s also a relative sparsity of protection, especially concerning how well Avira protects the hosts file and the registry (two important system functions that control how a PC connects to the internet and the operation of other applications respectively).
Overall, Avira is a great free choice and it is free for non-commercial use, it is one of the best free antivirus program in 2012. Give it a try and if Avira suits you better, go for it!

Avast! Free version 6.0

Avast Free 6.0 is probably the only antivirus that provides total security from spywares to malwares to rootkits. The Free addition comes with numerous features and the best of all it has a very user friendly interface and uses very less resources. To name a few, the boot-time scan handles entrenched malware, the all new Script Shieldchecks for malicious scripts, AutoSandbox lets suspicious programs run safely in isolation and the Web Reputation feature rates and categorizes web sites.
Of course, like any other detection and protection system that relies on reputation this one can get things wrong. We’ve seen otherwise harmless programs get quarantined by Avast for their supposed matches with certain threat profiles. However, it’s easy to undo mistakes when they’re made. Overall, Avast Free version 6.0 is a a very capable total security solution and thus makes it to our top 5 list of best antivirus and antimalware programs of 2012.

Malwarebytes’ Anti-Malware Free 1.51

The free version of Malwarebytes is the software that tech support people at other anti-malware companies tell customers to install when a virus becomes entrenched. It’s a clean-up pro. The definition of “Malware” includes viruses, trojans, spyware, adware and rootkits. All of these are very real threats in the face of a computer andMalwarebytes does an incredible job at removing them all.
Malwarebytes’ Anti-Malware Free 1.51 does an extremely fast install unhindered by even the most resistant malware. It comes with a very fast malware scan and does so without burdening too much on your computer’s CPU and memory. It is very thorough in cleaning up most malware types. However, Malwarebytes Anti-Malware Free does not offer “real-time” protection, meaning you won’t be notified as soon as malware infects your computer. Because of this, you’ll need to frequently scan your system to detect and remove malware unless you are willing to pay for their Pro version.
Overall, if you need to clean up threats that your regular antivirus can’t, or if entrenched malware prevents installation of that regular antivirus, absolutely give Malwarebytes a try. It is an impressive and the best anti-malware tool you can find today and can save your day (and your infected computer/PC) on any given day!

Thursday, June 7, 2012

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Wednesday, June 6, 2012

Top 10 foods that make you feel full

More than how much you eat, what you eat determines the satisfaction level of a meal. Nutritionist Sneha Jain lists 10 foods that make you feel full, without making you fat 

Fatty Fish 
Fatty fish such as salmon, tuna, mackerel, herring and sardines contain large amounts of omega-3 fatty acids which, besides lowering cholesterol, also hasten the metabolism rate. Omega-3 fatty acids alter the level of leptin — a hormone that directly influences metabolism and determines whether you burn calories or store them as fat. Fish also provides ample protein and the best way to eat it is grilled, with steamed vegetables on the side. 

Citrus Fruits 
Fruits such as grapefruit, lemon, sweet lime, papaya, guava and tomatoes are rich in Vitamin C and fibre. Vitamin C helps the body process fat faster and also stimulates the amino acid known as carnitine — carnitine speeds up the body’s fat-burning capacity. Citrus fruits also have high water content and provide around 50 to 75 kcal, leaving us satiated for a longer period of time. 

Green Vegetables 
Spinach, asparagus and broccoli have a high thermic effect on the body and a low calorie density. This means that it’s almost impossible for them to be stored as fat because most of their calories are burned off in the digestion process. Apart from that, the fibre in these foods provides roughage and contains antioxidants, vitamins and minerals that help you feel full. 

Popcorn is rich in fibre and low on calories. Also, since eating it keeps our mouth busy for a longer time, the satiety levels are high. However stay away from the overly buttered, caramel and cheese cousins. 

Oatmeal is a complex carbohydrate which takes longer to digest — hence it releases energy slowly, keeping you feeling full for longer. It also keeps blood sugar and insulin levels stable, which helps prevent fat storage. Oatmeal is the most satisfying breakfast cereal, providing more protein per serving than any other grain. Mix it with yoghurt or skimmed milk and it’ll keep you full all morning. 

Almond and Walnuts 
Raw, unsalted nuts, especially almonds and walnuts, provide essential roughage, protein, fat, minerals and micronutrients. Munching on handfuls of these nuts keeps you full and energetic for longer without adding to your waistline. 

Low-Fat Dairy Products 
Skimmed milk, low fat cheese and yoghurt are a good source of calcium, which helps break down fat cells. Some studies indicate that not getting enough calcium may trigger the release of calcitrol, a hormone that causes fat storage. 

Beans are high in fibre and a good source of protein. They also take longer to digest, making you feel full for a longer time. Also, protein has the highest satiety index (which determines how long will you feel full) than any other element. 

Whole grains 
Jowar, bajra and ragi contain complex carbohydrates, which release glucose slowly when broken down during digestion. The glucose helps in maintaining your blood sugars levels and combats sugar craving. They are also a rich source of fibre and Vitamin B complex that play an important role in metabolic control. 

High water content and ample fibre is the reason why you feel full after eating an apple. An apple’s skin contains pectin soluble fibre that is a natural appetite suppressant. Seems like an apple a day keeps the weight away.

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12 Indian foods that cut fat

You don't have to acquire a taste for olive oil, seaweed or soya to maintain a low-fat, healthy diet. Indian cuisine can be healthy too, if it's cooked with oil and ingredients that take care of your heart and health.

Ayurveda suggests you include all tastes — sweet, sour, salty, pungent, bitter and astringent — in at least one meal each day, to help balance unnatural cravings. Here are 12 foods that can help you lose weight and gain health:

Turmeric : Curcumin, the active component of turmeric, is an object of research owing to its properties that suggest they may help to turn off certain genes that cause scarring and enlargement of the heart. Regular intake may help reduce low-density lipoprotein (LDL) or bad cholesterol and high blood pressure, increase blood circulation and prevent blood clotting, helping to prevent heart attack.

Cardamom : This is a thermogenic herb that increases metabolism and helps burn body fat. Cardamom is considered one of the best digestive aids and is believed to soothe the digestive system and help the body process other foods more efficiently.

Chillies : Foods containing chillies are said to be as foods that burn fat. Chillies contain capsaicin that helps in increasing the metabolism. Capsaicin is a thermogenic food, so it causes the body to burn calories for 20 minutes after you eat the chillies.

Curry leaves : Incorporating curry leaves into your daily diet can help you lose weight. These leaves flush out fat and toxins, reducing fat deposits that are stored in the body, as well as reducing bad cholesterol levels. If you are overweight, incorporate eight to 10 curry leaves into your diet daily. Chop them finely and mix them into a drink, or sprinkle them over a meal.

Garlic : An effective fat-burning food, garlic contains the sulphur compound allicin which has anti-bacterial effects and helps reduce cholesterol and unhealthy fats.

Mustard oil : This has low saturated fat compared to other cooking oils. It has fatty acid, oleic acid, erucic acid and linoleic acid. It contains antioxidants, essential vitamins and reduces cholesterol, which is good for the heart.

Cabbage : Raw or cooked cabbage inhibits the conversion of sugar and other carbohydrates into fat. Hence, it is of great value in weight reduction.

Moong dal : The bean sprouts are rich in Vitamin A, B, C and E and many minerals, such as calcium, iron and potassium. It is recommended as a food replacement in many slimming programmes, as it has a very low fat content. It is a rich source of protein and fibre, which helps lower blood cholesterol level. The high fibre content yields complex carbohydrates, which aid digestion, are effective in stabilising blood sugar and prevent its rapid rise after meal consumption.

Honey : It is a home remedy for obesity. It mobilises the extra fat deposits in the body allowing it to be utilised as energy for normal functions. One should start with about 10 grams or a tablespoon, taken with hot water early in the morning.

Buttermilk : It is the somewhat sour, residual fluid that is left after butter is churned. The probiotic food contains just 2.2 grams of fat and about 99 calories, as compared to whole milk that contains 8.9 grams fat and 157 calories. Regular intake provides the body with all essential nutrients and does not add fats and calories to the body. It is thus helpful in weight loss.

Millets : Fibre-rich foods such as millets - jowar, bajra, ragi, etc - absorb cholesterol and help increase the secretion of the bile that emulsifies fats.

Cinnamon and cloves: Used extensively in Indian cooking, the spices have been found to improve the function of insulin and to lower glucose, total cholesterol, LDL and triglycerides in people with type 2 diabetes. 

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6 foods to help you have great sex

They say sex is a great stressbuster. They are right because sexual activities has been found to relive the pressure of the burdens of life, ease stress, soothe chronic aches and pains, spur creativity and rev up the energy levels.

Experts say that anything that makes you feel good, alive and physically excited will make you feel as if you've shed years. And all these things are associated with sex.

You are probably aware of the basics of terrific sex, but let us suggest you a few aphrodisiacs which can add zing to your sex life.

Figs have been found to be brimming with minerals like magnesium, manganese and zinc and also Vitamin E. All of them can do wonders to spice up your sex life.

The flashy-red watermelons contain a substance called citrulline, which sends the body the signals to release arginine, which relaxes blood vessels. This produces an effect similar to Viagra. And need we give you details about what Viagra does?

You've tried whiskly, you've tried wine but didn't feel the buzz. Pick a bottle of champagne and feel the difference. It enters the bloodstream faster than the wine does, so make sure you don't drink too much of it. Many champagnes have been found to have the same amount of antioxidants as red wine.

The Red Hot Chilli Peppers can bring out the hotness in you. They help recreate the symptoms of arousal: flushed cheeks, a quiver on your tongue, and more kissable lips. They also up the heat in the body.

Cheese releases 10 times more endorphins than the great ol' aphrodisiac - Chocolate. It will help you set the right mood.

Chocolate has been your trusted friend when it comes to having a great sex. You just need to maintain the bond. Its aphrodisiac property has been ascribed to two chemicals. One, tryptophan, which is the building block of serotonin, a brain chemical involved in sexual arousal. And two, phenyethylamine, a stimulant.

So the kind of food we gorge upon can do wonders with our sex life. Right food can make you positively sexual.

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