How to Change Your Wifi Name and Password

How to Change Your Wifi Name and Password

Wi-Fi is great for you to connected with your friend ,but a poorly secured Wi-Fi can put your personal information at risk . You should protect your router password and change the password regularly to protecting your network and your data .If you don’t know I will guild you How to Change Your Wifi Name and Password .

Step 1 : Find Your Router’s IP Address

On a Windows PC, you press Windows Key + R, type “cmd” without the quotes, and press Enter.



Then you type “ipconfig” to find ip of router , it’s “Default Gateway”



Standard router addresses are

  • (Apple)
  • (Xfinity)

Step 2 : Login your router

You open your browser and type ip of router , ex : , then you type admin , admin

Login modem

From the menu on the left hand-side of the screen select “Wireless”.

From the sub-menu select “Wireless Settings” to change wifi name , then you click save .

How to Change Your Wifi Name and Password


To change the wireless password, select “Wireless Security” from the Wireless sub-menu on the left hand side of the screen. then you click save

Wireless Password


I hope you will know how to How to Change Your Wifi Name and Password


How to show hidden files windows 7

How to show hidden files windows 7

I will show you how to show hidden files and folders in windows 7

How to show hidden files windows 7 1.You click the Start button Picture of the Start button, then you click Control Panel, next you click Appearance and Personalization, and then you click Folder Options

2.You click the View tab.

3.Under Advanced settings, you click Show hidden files, folders, and drives, and then you click OK.

What is a hidden file?

You can choose whether a file is hidden or visible by changing its properties. Here’s how to do this:

1.You right-click a file icon, and then you click Properties.

2.Next to Attributes, select the Hidden check box, and then click OK.

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Influencers for Spending in Social Games

Influencers for Spending in Social Games

That Free-to-Game may not be entirely free, especially if Social Whales are playing. Influencers can turn a Free-To-Play game into a cash cow. Social Whales, as expert Ninja Metrics Co-Founder and CEO Dr. Dmitri Williams calls them, wield tremendous power in driving sales and activity. But are they gaming plants just to encourage spending? At the DMW LA Games conference, Dr. Williams explains the magnitude and origins of their influence.

Influencers for Spending in Social Games

What are social whales?

​By understanding a player’s social networks and the spending habits within them, we are able to detect which players wield an out-sized level of social influence. These Social Whales drive spending among others. They are super-influencers. When they play, others play more. When they buy, others buy. For any one of them, you get increased revenue created out of thin air thanks to their social connectedness and their personalities. Social Whales don’t necessarily spend the most or sometimes spend at all, but they drive others to spend. This is why they are so valuable.

In what manners can they affect monetization?

​If a Social Whale leaves, their friends will play and spend less. So, losing them really hurts and knowing how much tells you the true value of a player. This is precisely what we show. In addition, Social Whales can be marketed to, kept happy within the community, thereby potentially increasing their spending and keeping them in a game or app longer. This in turn leads to more spending in their social circle.

How did you go about measuring the influence of these social whales?

​We measure them via a sophisticated system called the Katana Analytics Engine. The first step is creating a network graph that is automatically analyzed by Katana. Then we look at actions, which is a huge contrast to looking at what people might say. We look at what they do, and then what their friends do. For example, if Sally takes an action, then her friend Sam follows, that begins to show influence. When this action happens again and again with her friends and others, our machine learning engine gets better at detecting it, and even predicting it with high confidence.

Why would social whales be influential to other players and is there a certain mode or style that works best?

​People play games in part because they have great mechanics, graphics, or story, but a large part of why we enjoy them is the other players. In much of life, if our friends are somewhere, we want to be there too. The ones we want to be around the most are a huge magnet for us, and are also therefore very important to game developers.

Your theory goes beyond stealth marketing ala the movie Keeping Up With the Joneses because the social whale isn’t necessarily a high consumer.

​ That’s right. A big spender is not necessarily a big influencer. In fact, they are often not an influencer at all. If you think about social dynamics and friends in the real world, the person who buys the most stuff is not necessarily the one that others follow. It’s that way in games as well. The guy spending tons on in-game items is rarely the person that others are logging in to hang out with.​

Are developers planting influencers?

​Influence is an organic, community process. You can’t plant it, but you can support it by helping the right people in the right way. You can give influencers good experiences, but the best approaches are often those that support friendships that are already in place. When developers let the influencer have a great experience with their friends, those friends spend more. Done right, this is a positive social feedback loop that truly supports friendships. Ninja Metrics helps developers do exactly that.​

How to Install Linux , You can Install It into a Specific Partition

How to Install Linux

Multibooting more than one Linux operating system (OS) can help you compare precisely how each works on your PC. While installing a Linux OS, you might wish to install it into a specific partition on your hard disk or solid-state drive (SSD). This document can help you create a new logical partition and then install a new Linux OS into it.

How to Install Linux

Author’s Note: In my experience, multibooting Linux operating systems works best with Ubuntu and Ubuntu-based operating systems.

Creating a New Logical Partition
You can add a new Linux OS to a PC on which you have already installed at least one other OS. For example, your multiboot configuration might include two partitions and an extended partition:

  • Partitions /dev/sda1 and /dev/sda2 contain an MS Windows 7 OS.
  • Extended partition /dev/sda3, contains three logical partitions for Linux. Allow at least 20 GB for each Linux OS.
  • Logical partition /dev/sda5 contains your Ubuntu Linux OS.
  • Logical partition /dev/sda6 contains the Linux swap file. Note: Regardless how many Linux operating systems you plan to install, you need only one swap partition (approximately 2 GB).
  • Logical partition /dev/sda7 contains your Linux Mint OS.
    You need to create a new logical partition before you can install a third Linux OS into the above example configuration. As shown in the first image above, you can use the Gnome Partition Editor (GParted) to create a new logical partition, such as /dev/sda8.

Installing Linux Into a Root Partition
While installing Linux into a specific logical partition you must define that partition as root.

To install a new Linux OS into your new logical partition, do the following:

  1. Download an ISO image file of the Linux OS that you wish to install, and then burn it to a DVD to create a live disc. Alternatively, you can use an ISO image to create a live usb drive.
  2. Boot the live disc and then begin installing your new Linux OS. When you see an Installation-type window similar to the second image above, select “Something else,” which lets you install your new Linux OS into your new logical partition.
  3. Click “Continue” to display a window to similar to the third image above, select (highlight) your new logical partition, and then double-click it to display an Edit-partition window as shown in the fourth image above.
  4. In the Use-as dropdown menu, select “Ext4 journaling file system.”
  5. Checkmark the “Format the partition” box.
  6. In the Mount-point dropdown menu, select “/” to define your new logical partition as root.
  7. Click “OK” to close the Edit-partition window, and then click “Install now.” Note: Do not try to skip steps 4 through 7. Omitting them displays an error message, “No root file system is defined. Please select this from the partitions menu.” For more information, see Ask Ubuntu.
  8. After you install your new Linux OS, rebooting your PC should display a Grand Universal Boot (GRUB) menu similar to the fifth image above. In this example, Zorin OS 6 is the new Linux OS.

Note: If your GRUB menu does not display, you can restore it through an open-source Boot Repair CD.