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Free Utility to Clean Your Computer Screen


Myself By T.V. Antony Raj


Cleaning computer screen manually

I wipe my computer screen every other day with a soft cloth and use a small brush to dust the keyboard.

I was wondering whether there was any easy way out to do this task like the windshield wipers found on vehicles.

Windshield wiper

Yesterday, I came across a message asking me whether I clean the inside of my computer screen.

I was flabbergasted. Till yesterday, I never knew that you have to clean the inside or the backside or the other side or for that matter any side other than the front side of a computer screen.

The message then said:

This online utility to clean the inside of the computer screen is absolutely free.
Click this link —>  
Free Utility to Clean Your Computer Screen

I clicked the link and the utility licked my screen clean.

This online utility is completely free now and will be as long as that website is in existence – alive and running.

The utility works on all types of computer screens: desktop monitor, laptop, or whatever. Moreover, the creators of this utility claim that it is virus free.

Click the link, and decide yourself whether to pass this utility to your friends or not!


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Keep Your Trap Shut!


Myself . By T.V. Antony Raj



One day a farm horse, fell ill. The veterinarian inspected the virus afflicted horse. He prescribed some medicines and told the farmer: “Give these medicines to your horse. If he is not better after three days let’s shoot him.”

The goat that stood outside the stable heard the conversation between the farmer and the vet.

The following day, after the farmer left giving medicine to the horse, the goat entered the stable. “You better get up and walk and pretend you are well; else they will put you to sleep,” the goat said to the horse.

On the second day after the farmer left the stable, the goat came in and said: “Come on you. Get up and walk; else you will die!”

On the third day, the Vet came to the farm. He inspected the horse. Since he did not see any improvement he told the farmer, “No hope. Let’s put him down tomorrow. If not the virus might spread and infect the other horses too.”

After the farmer and the vet went out of the stable, the goat approached the horse and said, “Listen to me my friend. It is now or never! Get up and walk!”

The horse got up with tremendous effort. After some encouragement more encouragement from the goat, he trotted and then galloped.

The farmer and the veterinarian saw the horse running in the field. “My horse, my horse, he is okay” the farmer shouted in joy.

“Yes. My medicines cured him,” blurted the stupefied vet.

The farmer said: “Let us have a grand party. Come, let us kill the goat!”Moral of the story: Do not poke your nose into the affairs of others and keep your trap shut.


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