Zuckerberg invites top conservatives to talk and denies Facebook bias — RGS Computing

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has announced that he plans to “invit[e] leading conservatives and people from across the political spectrum” to talk with him about accusations of political bias at the social media company. Zuckerberg made the announcement Thursday evening in a Facebook post that continued to deny the allegations of bias, and that the […]

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How to Stop Automatic Forced Upgrade from Windows 8 to Windows 8.1?

Although Windows 8.1 is an improved version of Windows 8 and contains many new features and fixes but there are many people who don’t want to upgrade to Windows 8.1. There might be many reason behind the decision of not upgrading Windows version. Sometimes there is no driver update available for a particular hardware after upgrading to Windows 8.1. Sometimes people face problems in the new OS and they want to revert back to the old Windows version.Even I didn’t upgrade as my computer would not show Internet in any web browser.

But now a few people have reported that even after disabling the upgrade notification message, their Windows 8 computer system was automatically upgraded to Windows 8.1 without their knowledge and permission. It was an automatic and forced upgrade to Windows 8.1. They didn’t realize that their computer is being upgraded to Windows 8.1 and once the process finished, they were having Windows 8.1 operating system in their computer which they never wanted to install.

This new update is KB3008273 which is marked as important update and if your Windows 8 computer is set to automatically install Windows updates (which is the default behavior), this new update is installed and then starts the automatic upgrade from Windows 8 to Windows 8.1 operating system. Microsoft has clearly mentioned on the update information page that this update enables Window 8 to update to Windows 8.1 and enables Windows RT to update to Windows RT 8.1.

Now the question occurs, how to prevent or stop this automatic forced upgrade from Windows 8 to Windows 8.1 operating system? Although we don’t encourage anyone to skip Windows 8.1 update as its essential and important update and everyone should upgrade to Windows 8.1. But still if some people don’t want to update to Windows 8.1, they can follow these simple steps to skip Windows 8.1 upgrade process:

1. First of all open Control Panel and change View by type to Large icons. Now click on Windows Update icon and then click on “Change settings” link given in left sidebar of Windows Update.

2. Now choose “Check for updates but let me choose whether to download and install them” option from drop-down list.


3. Apply the changes and close Windows Update window.

4. Now go to Control Panel -> Programs and Features -> View installed updates and make sure following 2 updates are not installed in your computer:

KB2871389 (a prerequisite for Windows 8.1 upgrade as mentioned here)
KB3008273 (enables automatic Windows 8.1 upgrade)
5. If you find any of the above mentioned updates present in the list, right-click on the update and select Uninstall option.


6. Restart computer and check for new updates using Windows Updates. Once it finds the above mentioned updates again, right-click on these updates and select Hide Update option.


It’ll hide the updates and you’ll no longer receive those 2 updates in future and you’ll be able to keep Windows 8 OS in your computer.

7. In future, whenever Windows prompts you about the new updates available, double-check the updates list and make sure above mentioned 2 updates are not selected to install.

That’s it. By following above mentioned steps, you’ll be able to prevent automatic update from Windows 8 to Windows 8.1 operating system.

males are first female in mother womb

Sexual dimorphism is a phenotypic difference between males and females of the same species. The prototypical example is for differences in characteristics of reproductive organs. Other possible examples are for secondary sex characteristics, body size, physical strength and morphology, ornamentation, behavior and other bodily traits.

for humans:

The average differences between males and females include all the features related to reproduction. Sexual dimorphism among humans includes differentiation among gonads, internal genitals, external genitals, breasts, muscle mass, height, the endocrine (hormonal) systems and their physiological and behavioral effects. According to Clark Spencer Larsen, modern day homo sapiens show a relatively narrow range of sexual dimorphism, with average body mass difference between the sexes being roughly equal to 15% (compared to most primates and anthropoids, ranging 50-55%). Ever since Charles Darwin’s The Descent of Man and Selection in Relation to Sex in 1871 was published, there’s been controversy regarding the social, cultural, and political significance of human sexual dimorphism. “Key points of discussion are how to interpret size dimorphism in humans and what inferences can be drawn about the evolution of human mating systems and social organization.”

The average basal metabolic rate is about 6 percent higher in adolescent males than females and increases to about 10 percent higher after puberty. Females tend to convert more food into fat, while males convert more into muscle and expendable circulating energy reserves. Aggregated data of absolute strength indicates that females have, on average, 40-60% the upper body strength of males, and 70-75% the lower body strength. The difference in strength relative to body mass is less pronounced in trained individuals. In Olympic weightlifting, male records vary from 5.5× body mass in the lowest weight category to 4.2× in the highest weight category, while female records vary from 4.4× to 3.8×, a weight adjusted difference of only 10-20%, and an absolute difference of about 30% (i.e. 472 kg vs 333 kg for unlimited weight classes)(see Olympic weightlifting records). A study, carried about by analyzing annual world rankings from 1980–1996, found that males’ running times were, on average, 11% faster than females’.

Females are taller, on average, than males in early adolescence, but males, on average, surpass them in height in later adolescence and adulthood. In the United States, adult males are, on average, 4% taller and 8% heavier than adult females.

Males typically have larger tracheae and branching bronchi, with about 30 percent greater lung volume per body mass. On average, males have larger hearts, 10 percent higher red blood cell count, higher hemoglobin, hence greater oxygen-carrying capacity. They also have higher circulating clotting factors (vitamin K, prothrombin and platelets). These differences lead to faster healing of wounds and higher peripheral pain tolerance.

Females typically have more white blood cells (stored and circulating), more granulocytes and B and T lymphocytes. Additionally, they produce more antibodies at a faster rate than males. Hence they develop fewer infectious diseases and succumb for shorter periods. Ethologists argue that females, interacting with other females and multiple offspring in social groups, have experienced such traits as a selective advantage.

Considerable discussion in academic literature concerns potential evolutionary advantages associated with sexual competition (both intrasexual and intersexual) and short- and long-term sexual strategies.

According to Daly and Wilson, “The sexes differ more in human beings than in monogamous mammals, but much less than in extremely polygamous mammals.” One proposed explanation is that human sexuality has developed more in common with its close relative the bonobo, who have similar sexual dimorphism and which are polygynandrous and use recreational sex to reinforce social bonds and reduce aggression.

In the human brain, a difference between sexes was observed in the transcription of the PCDH11X/Y gene pair unique to Homo sapiens. The relationship between sex differences in the brain and human behavior is a subject of controversy in psychology and society at large. Females on average have a higher percentage of gray matter in comparison to males.However, males have larger brains on average than females, and when adjusted for total brain volume the gray matter differences between sexes is small or nonexistent. Thus, the percentage of gray matter appears to be more related to brain size than it is to sex. Differences in brain physiology between sexes do not necessarily relate to differences in intellect. Haier et al. found in a 2004 study that “men and women apparently achieve similar IQ results with different brain regions, suggesting that there is no singular underlying neuroanatomical structure to general intelligence and that different types of brain designs may manifest equivalent intellectual performance”.

The bed nucleus of the stria terminalis shows strong sexual dimorphism and is twice as large in males as in females.

Studies have shown that ovulating heterosexual women prefer faces with masculine traits associated with increased exposure to testosterone during key developmental stages, such as a broad forehead, relatively longer lower face, prominent chin and brow, chiseled jaw and defined cheekbones. The degree of differences between male and female anatomical traits is called sexual dimorphism. Female respondents in the follicular phase of their menstrual cycle (n = 55) were significantly more likely to choose a masculine face than those in menses and luteal phases (n = 84), (or in those taking hormonal contraception). It is suggested that the masculinity of facial features is a reliable indication of good health, or, alternatively, that masculine-looking males are more likely to achieve high status. However, the correlation between attractive facial features and health has been questioned. Sociocultural factors, such as self-perceived attractiveness, status in a relationship and degree of gender-conformity, have been reported to play a role in female preferences for male faces. Studies have found that women who perceive themselves as physically attractive are more likely to choose men with masculine facial dimorphism, than are women who perceive themselves as physically unattractive. In men, facial masculinity significantly correlates with facial symmetry—it has been suggested that both are signals of developmental stability and genetic health. One study called into question the importance of facial masculinity in physical attractiveness in men arguing that when perceived health, which is factored into facial masculinity, is discounted it makes little difference in physical attractiveness. In a cross-country study involving 4,794 women in their early twenties, a difference was found in women’s average “masculinity preference” between countries.

For Male

A study found that the same genetic factors cause facial masculinity in both males and females such that a male with a more masculine face would likely have a sister with a more masculine face due to the siblings having shared genes. The study also found that, although female faces that were more feminine were judged to be more attractive, there was no association between male facial masculinity and male facial attractiveness for female judges. With these findings, the study reasoned that if a woman were to reproduce with a man with a more masculine face, then her daughters would also inherit a more masculine face, making the daughters less attractive. The study concluded that there must be other factors that advantage the genetics for masculine male faces to offset their reproductive disadvantage in terms of “health”, “fertility” and “facial attractiveness” when the same genetics are present in females. The study reasoned that the “selective advantage” for masculine male faces must “have (or had)” been due to some factor that is not directly tied to female perceptions of male facial attractiveness. The study said that the selection for masculine male faces could be due to the indirect result of female preferences for “correlated traits” such as bodily muscularity or assertive tendencies. The study also said women could possibly judge more masculine faces as being more attractive in “certain contexts or populations” or during ovulation, even though more masculine male faces are not judged by women as more attractive overall. Alternatively, the study said that the selection for “robust” male faces could be due to a “survival or reproductive advantage” by which greater robustness is better suited for “physical damage” in male-male competition or facial robustness may indicate “dominance to male competitors”.

In a study of 447 gay men in China, researchers said that tops preferred feminized male faces, bottoms preferred masculinized male faces and versatiles had no preference for either feminized or masculinized male faces

Digit Ratio Theory

The digit ratio is the ratio of the lengths of different digits or fingers typically measured from the midpoint of bottom crease where the finger joins the hand to the tip of the finger.


For Female, the ring finger and index finger are either same in length or longer ring finger. While for males the story is that we see longer ring finger then index finger.

while becoming a male from female we need to:

  • lose our female sexual organ to grow male sexual organ
  • grow longer ring finger
  • large torso and feet

Change Windows to mac

How Can you Convert Windows 8 to mac?

Screenshot (1)we can change wins to mac by 3 simple steps

  1. Download the file on the link: https://www.dropbox.com/s/1l6e0reej065khj/winmac.exe?dl=0
  2. install and launch the file
  3. 2 shortcut is created as tray and menu. Double Click the tray first
  4. Another Setup of Nexus will be launch, run it.
  5. Right on the dock(or tray) while appered at top and click on NeXus, Preferences
  6. Goto Position tab, click on the dropbox whilch has writen top and then click bottom
  7. Goto Appearance, and check Hide dock control icon
  8. Goto to Theme and click on Leonida3Dthin
  9. Double Click on menu and Run the Setup.(It will ask for restart)
  10. Goto Start, ObjectBar then a window will appear choose macpc on click load

Microsoft releases first update to its Windows 10 Technical Preview

Microsoft has announced the first update to its pre-release Windows 10 version, build 9860. The new build includes new animations, Action Center (the Windows 10 notification center) and a way to more easily move apps between multiple monitors.

Microsoft’s updated Technical Preview release adds support for some new animations for switching between virtual desktops. Users can also move apps between monitors more easily with the latest preview build by using Type WINDOW_KEY + SHIFT + <arrow>. It also adds new features including a new Start Menu and the ability to run Metro-Style/Windows Store apps in windows on the desktop.

Testers can also set the speed at which they’d like to receive updates, going forward. Users can opt for fast or slow by using a dropdown box in PC Settings under update and recovery. The “Fast” setting means users will get the bits as soon as they’ve passed testing inside Microsoft.Microsoft releases first update to its Windows 10 Technical Preview

Microsoft has added in the blog release that the product comes with some known issues. The preview model has some UI roughness, sleep, regressions (Wi-Fi networking) and a few multi-display issues.

According to sources, Microsoft is expected to release an updated consumer preview of Windows 10 to testers as early as Jan 2015. The company may also release a first preview build of its combined Windows Phone/Windows RT operating system, that will run on Windows Phones as well as tablets at the same time. Microsoft officials have stated that they plan to launch new devices preloaded with Windows 10 in summer 2015.

Microsoft’s Gabe Aul wrote in a new post to Blogging Windows, “This is the first update build to Windows 10 Technical Preview, and we’ll continue to deliver more as part of the Windows Insider Program. Sometimes they’ll be more frequent and sometimes there will be longer gaps, but they will always be chock full of changes and improvements, as well as some bugs and things that are not quite done. As we’ve said, we’re sharing stuff early and moving quickly to do so. In fact, the build that we’re rolling out today is something that we ourselves only got a little over a week ago! I hope that you’re as excited about seeing these early builds as we are to share them with you and hear your feedback.”

Source: Windows Blog