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Amazon Scan Pay- Get 50% Cashback Upto Rs.200 On Amazon Shopping

Amazon Scan Pay

Amazon new scan and pay offer in new year 2020. Scan any UPI QR code and pay Rs.10 & Get 50% cashback upto Rs.200 on Amazon shopping. Amazon Pay UPI offer for selected users. Get Rs.200 cashback on any product purchase from Amazon. Amazon scan pay offer valid from 1st Jan to 31st Jan 2020. Amazon UPI offer, Pay using Amazon UPI & Get upto Rs.200 cashback in Amazon Pay Balance. Amazon Send Money Offer, Amazon Money transfer offers. How To Get This Offer:- 1. First of all, Download Amazon App. 2. Login or Create New Amazon account. 3. Link your bank account with Amazon. 4. Now go to offer section and if you will see below banner then you are eligible for this offer & Click on it. 5. Click

How to Retrieve (Restore) Accidently Files and Folders in Windows 8?

Accidently Files and Folders in Windows 8

Windows 8 provides very effective features to its users restores accidentally file and folder is one of them. When users want to delete some unwanted files or folders unintentionally some important folder or file deletes. Moreover, users do empty Recycle bin and their necessary data or images may be deleted. So if users want these files and folders back in the system, File history should be maintained. Then users will get back all their important data. After reading this article we will able to learn the setup of maintaining file history and restore files and folders in the system. To do this we have to follow some steps which are as under Restore Accidentally Files and Folders: Firstly we create a file

The Worst Data Breaches of 2019

Worst Data Breaches

We saw a lot of unpleasant data breaches this year. So many, that I’d be surprised if you weren’t affected by at least one, if not more. And while I’m not looking forward covering even more calamity in 2020, I think it’s important to take a look back at some of the year’s worst, biggest, and most annoying hacks that affected you and your data. Yes, we’re talking about hacks—as in, people hacked your account, not creative ways to improve your life. If you didn’t hear about these big breaches, or are still using the services that got hit, you might want to rethink your approach. If not, at least reacquaint yourself with this year’s worst hacks so you can be better prepared