How To Find Out What Google Knows About You?

How To Find Out What Google Knows About You?

If you use any Google services, such as Maps, Google Earth, Gmail, search, or YouTube, you’re sharing your information to help Google match you with its advertisers. That’s right, all of those free services aren’t really free. You pay for them by sharing data about yourself with Google, unless you opt out.

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Sharing your information doesn’t just help Google, it can also help you. Google uses your information to generate search results that have been filtered according to your interests. There are ways for you to search anonymously but you may not find the results to be as helpful as those tailored to your interests according to Google.

How Google Learns About and Uses Your Interests?

When you search on Google, get directions from Google Maps, and watch YouTube videos, Google learns more about you. Google uses the information it learns about you to match you with advertisers who want to reach people with your interests.
You may feel that if you’re going to see targeted ads from Google you may as well have them be geared towards your interests. But if you would prefer ads that are not targeted to your interests you can opt out.

How to Check Your Google History?

Google learns about your interests through your history of using search, Google Maps and YouTube. Checking your Google history requires some light digging into the depths of Google, but may reveal a treasure trove of interesting information about you!

Follow these steps:

1) Go to https://www.google.com/settings/personalinfo.

2) Log into your Google account if you’re not already logged in.

3) Click Account History in the top menu. You’ll be taken to a page where you can review your history with Google.

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You can click on any square to learn:

  • Your Search History
  • Places You’ve Been
  • Your YouTube Searches
  • Videos You’ve Watched on YouTube

You may find this to be a handy resource if you want to go back and find a website you visited or video you watched on YouTube.

Search History

Search History shows you the search terms you used and which web pages you visited from the search results. You can refine this information by using the filters on the left sidebar of the page to see which searches you did for news, images, travel, shopping, etc.
You can remove items from your search history by clicking on the check box next to a search term and then
clicking the Remove Items button.

Things to consider while buying a laptop !!!

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1. New form factors
A popular design today is the removable display (like the Asus Transformer Book): You can detach the screen completely and use it like the tablet.
You also get screens that can twist a full 360-degrees (Lenovo Yoga) which means you can use the device in many different ways.

2. Touchscreen
Having a touchscreen on a laptop has a number of benefits. It is easier to scroll through web pages, launch applications, browse through photos and view long documents. Especially with web pages and photographs, the pinch-to-zoom gesture can be an incredible time saver.
A touchscreen laptop with Windows 8 can be purchased for less than Rs 30,000 from brands like HP, Acer and Asus.


3. Screen size
If you travel a lot, opt for a lightweight 12- or 13-inch laptop that offers good battery life. If your usage is mainly at home/office, go for a laptop with a 14-inch or 15.6-inch display that can be carried around occasionally.


4. Optical drives out, flash storage in
The shift to flash based storage (SSDs) from hard drives or HDDs. Flash storage is more expensive but is less prone to failure, can be much smaller and offers better speeds.

5. How much storage is enough?
Most new laptops come with a 500 GB HDD by default. This is good enough for most users for documents, movies, music and photographs.
If you like to store HD movies, uncompressed audio and RAW images, then consider getting at least 1 TB internal storage. Laptops max out at 1.5 TB currently. More can be added via external drives if needed.
If you like to store HD movies, uncompressed audio and RAW images, then consider getting at least 1 TB internal storage. Laptops max out at 1.5 TB currently. More can be added via external drives if needed.

6. Fewer ports
Old laptops had the space to include several ports like S-video, VGA, Firewire, multiple audio jacks, multiple USB ports and so on. Now that laptops are so much smaller, you mostly get a couple of USB ports, video out (HDMI) and a card reader.
Some ultra-thin laptops have to resort to using collapsible Ethernet ports, micro USB, and micro HDMI ports.

7. Thinner and lighter; with longer battery life
It is now common to find laptops that are just a couple of centimeters thick and weighs less than 1.5 kg.
The lithium ion batteries themselves are now smaller and denser while the hardware components are more energy efficient — leading to a battery life of 7 to 8 hours, good enough for a full day’s work.

8. What do you want to use your laptop for?
Consider your requirements before making a decision. Laptops with detachable screens are great if you need to show presentations, demos or if you don’t want to carry a big machine all the time.
If you want a device mainly for multimedia, consider something that has a rotating display or a stand mode. For students and basic office use, stick with something that offers good battery life and basic hardware.

9. With or without an OS
You can save a little bit of cash if you buy a laptop without an operating system but it might just end up costing you more in the long run (taking into account lost data in case of a crash or downtime caused by malicious software).
Note that it’s a lot cheaper to buy a system bundled with an operating system rather than buying a standalone operating system license at a later date.

10. Laptop or tablet?
If all you ever do on a laptop is check your email, surf the web, listen to music, watch movies and create/edit the odd document or presentation — you don’t need a laptop. You’ll be just fine with an Android/iOS tablet.
If you feel that you can’t use an on-screen keyboard for long text, a tablet can easily be paired with any Bluetooth keyboard, starting at about Rs 1,000.
The major downsides of tablets compared to laptops: Limited processing power; some websites may not display correctly;

Why to have a website?

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Few Reasons why your business NEEDS a professional website!

Like many small business owners, you may believe your business cannot benefit from having a website or that a website is not within your budget. Or maybe you think because you don’t use a computer, neither do your potential customers. These are misconceptions. These 8 reasons show why your company NEEDS a professional website, no matter what size your business.

1. YOUR SMALL BUSINESS WILL GAIN CREDIBILITY

Today, more and more consumers use the internet to search for the products or services they need. Your small business will gain credibility by having a website. Without one, potential customers will go to your competitors that do. If you already have a website but it is “home-made”, having it professionally redesigned will provide your business with a professional image which will inspire even greater confidence.

2. A WEBSITE SAVES YOU MONEY

As a small business owner you probably think you can’t afford a professional website, but you can’t afford NOT to. Compared with the cost of a newspaper ad, when you consider the potential market you can reach with a website, it is a very cost effective way to promote your business.

3. IT WILL ENABLE YOU TO KEEP YOUR CUSTOMERS INFORMED

Think of your website as being your online brochure or catalog. It is much easier and quicker to update information about your products and services on your website than in print material, making it an effective way of letting your customers know about the arrival of new products, upcoming events, special promotions, or any new services you now offer. Unlike print ads which quickly become outdated, your website can provide current information and news.

4. IT IS ALWAYS ACCESSIBLE

A website is available to both your regular and potential customers 24/7/365 providing them with the convenience of reviewing your products and services when your store or office is closed. With today’s busy lifestyles, this is a great selling point when making a purchase decision.

5. A WEBSITE MAKES IT POSSIBLE TO TARGET A WIDER MARKET

Whether you provide products or services, your website will provide an alternative location to sell them. As a retailer, a website (eCommerce) is a great place to sell your products to a wider market; even services can be made available globally. Don’t think you’ll be able to sell your products or services online? Don’t forget, even cars and houses sell online!

6. IT PROVIDES A MEDIUM ON WHICH TO SHOWCASE YOUR WORK

No matter what type of business you’re in, a website is a great place to showcase your work. By including a portfolio or image gallery, as well as testimonials about your work, you can demonstrate what makes your business unique.

7. A WEBSITE SAVES YOU TIME

Providing information to your customers takes time, whether it’s on the phone, face-to-face, in a brochure, or in emails. With an online catalog you can provide lots of information about your products and services. Once your website is up and running, it is available to your customers indefinitely, saving you time. And what is time? Time is money!

8. IT IMPROVES CUSTOMER SERVICE

Maybe you sell environmentally friendly products and would like to share tips on how to recycle, or perhaps you’re an accountant and want to give your clients advice on how to simplify their bookkeeping practices.

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Dentware’s – Treatment Plan Module

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Dentware consists of 7 modules

  • Appointment Module
  • Accounts Module
  • Chart Module
  • Family Module
  • Imaging Module
  • Manage Module
  • Treatment Plan Module

Treatment Plan Module is prioritized list of treatment that the patient needs. Treatments are planned, organized and saved.

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Dentware consists of 7 modules

  • Appointment Module
  • Accounts Module
  • Chart Module
  • Family Module
  • Imaging Module
  • Manage Module
  • Treatment Plan Module
    “The Chart Module is where the clinical information is entered and organized for a patient.”Dentware

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Dentware consists of 7 modules

  • Appointment Module
  • Accounts Module
  • Chart Module
  • Family Module
  • Imaging Module
  • Manage Module
  • Treatment Plan Module

“Account Module is where the patient’s finances are organized. Accounts are tracked on a patient basis. ”

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