Do you have trouble falling or staying asleep?
Sleep is essential for everyone for a better and a cheerful life. So penning down some tips about how to GET THE SLEEP YOU NEED !

Daytime Habits :

  • Do not nap during the day
  • Limit caffeine and alcohol
  • Don't smoke
  • Expose yourself to bright light/sunlight soon after awakening
  • Exercise early in the day
  • Check your iron level

Sleep Environment :

  • Make sure your bed is large enough, and comfortable
  • Make your bedroom primarily a place for sleeping
  • Keep your bedroom peaceful and comfortable
  • Hide your clock

So have a nice sleep ! GOOD NIGHT...

Its party time @ Robo...

Posted by AVINASH GANIGA | 8:05 AM

We had a nice New Year celebrations @ our Robo office. Really had dance,masti and lotz more...
Here are some of the memorable moments that I had with my colleagues...


Join my Robosoft - We The People Orkut community to have more FUN.

Keep going dudes....

Galipata is witty, pretty and emotional film directed by Yogaraj Bhat a yet another blockbuster movie  after the grand success of ever green Mungaru Male. As per the title Galipata, its totally a family entertainer and ultimately an emotional movie that everyone should watch

18gaalipata Everyone used to say its a 'bakwaaas' movie and all about hunting. But everyone's emotional must not be the same right? I liked this movie very much since its absolutely a good movie and no words about it moreover the dialogues are too outstanding. Ganesh rocks in a role tailor made for him as usual.
Really  a must watch movie...

You can download all the songs here..

Windows XP has a user friendly feature to play with the network settings, I mean the most common operations like enabling and disabling network can be easily done by right clicking on the network icon in the system tray


But whenever I started testing on Vista platforms initially I used to have a tough time in doing the network related things  since it  takes a lengthy process (have to go through Network and Sharing Center screen first, then from there have to go through Manage Network Connections again)

So here is a user friendly steps that you need to make the things easier in Windows Vista.. and here it goes...
  • Right click on the desktop and select New and then Shortcut.
  • Paste explorer.exe ::{7007ACC7-3202-11D1-AAD2-00805FC1270E}      
  • Type in Network Connections as the name and Finish.

    Hope you get better use from it...

  • Sometimes it happens that you have to hide your secure data  hmm....whatever it may be but there should be an easy and a professional way to do it.  YES the sensitive and the important data stored on a particular volume of your disk drive can be hided in a much more professional passion through Command Line.


    Please follow the below commands to see how it works !

    All it will do is, just removes the drive letter assigned to a particular mounted volume when viewed through Windows Explorer

    Successfully works for both Windows XP and Vista.

    To HIDE:

    1. Click Start -> Run and type cmd to bring Command Prompt
    2. Type diskpart in the command prompt and press Enter
    3. In the Diskpart utility that puts up within the Command Prompt window and then type list volume to list all the mounted volumes and their associated drive letters
    4. Now if you like to hide the drive X from Volume A, just type select volume A and then press Enter and then type remove letter X (this sometimes requires a Cold Boot)

    To UNHIDE:
    Suppose you want the display back the hidden volume then,

    1. Repeat the above process, but instead of typing remove letter X, type assign letter X


    NOTE: Since many third party applications are available for this task, but I have been trying this technique through command line which I prefer the best way of doing it.

    Hope you enjoyed and might felt yourself in secured way.

    Universal law:

    "Love can neither be created nor be destroyed; only it can transfer from one girlfriend to another girlfriend with some loss of money ".

    First law:

    "a boy in love with a girl, continue to be in love with her and a girlin love with a boy, continue to be in love with him, until or unlessany external agent (brother or father of the gal) comes into play andbreak the legs of the boy."

    Second law:

    "the rate of change of intensity of love of a girl towards a boy isdirectly proportional to the instantaneous bank balance of the boy andthe direction of this love is same to as increment or decrement of thebank balance."

    Third law:

    "the force applied while proposing a girl by a boy is equal and opposite to the force applied by the girl while using her sandals."

    Do you frequently use many devices connected to your PC through USB?

    For users who don’t want the nagging ‘now safe to remove this device’ dialog box to appear can make use of USB Disk Ejector a very simple tool for eject anything which is connected externally through USB.

    It can also be run as a non-visual command line and its very useful if you have a USB flash/pen drive, especially if you use a menu such as PStart or the Portable Applications launcher.

    Works with both XP and Vista.

    Command line options to perform:

    • Eject the drive that the program is running from.
    • Eject a drive by specifying a drive letter.
    • Eject a drive by specifying a drive name.
    • Eject a drive by specifying a partial drive name.

    Hope you will have better use with it...

    Hi friends,

            Work is to worship... but during the time the people may have to go through some sort of internal politics or conflicts and these are very common in any industry and may sometimes help us to improve us better. Some thoughts about it...Hope You like it

    Office politics are almost impossible to avoid. Even those that try to completely avoid the political scene often get caught in the tangle. Stop running and learn how to leverage the politics in your office.

    office Penning down some tips on office politics and how to make them work for you.

    How do you survive the politics in your office?

    Here is the link.... Hope you get something best out of it...

    How to Improve Your Skills at Office Politics

    Posted by AVINASH GANIGA | 3:53 AM

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