A lot of people who have activated the New Facebook Profile are apparently not very happy with the new profile layout and want their old facebook profile back, But Alas! Facebook had clearly mentioned that once you activate your new Facebook Profile there is no way that you can revert back to the Old Facebook Profile Design.
But Here is a Quick Hack/ Tech Tip which if done carefully will restore your Old Facebook Profile.
Note – Before doing this thing, I want to tell you that Facebook is going to switch you all permanently to new profile page very soon. So if you still want to get old interface for some more days you can get it by following above steps.
How To Get Old Facebook Profile Design Back –
Step 1: Go to Account->Account Settings as show in the below image (it is a right hand side option). Go to Account settings option.
Step 2: Click on “Settings” tab and go to at the end of the page. Click on “Deactivate” option next to Deactivate Account option.
Step 3: Follow this step carefully.
Under “Reason for leaving (Required)” click on “This is temporary. I’ll be back” radio button. See the screenshot below for clear instruction. Don’t worry you will not loss any of your friends or anything. (click on the image to see larger view)
Step 4: You will be asked for password and to enter captcha code (security reasons). Kindly, fill both of them.
Step 5: Relogin to activate your account again.
Step 6: That’s it. Once you login into your account you will be able to see the old Facebook profile. You all information are intact as you can see from the image below.
Kindly, follow the tutorial to get old Facebook profile page at your own risk. We should not be blamed if you loss any of your information.
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A lot of users complain that Facebook Chat feature does not allow them to store their chat history and thus they are unable to access all the past important chat which they might had done with their friend or relative before logging off from their Facebook account.
Apparently Facebook is going to come up with an option of saving facebook chat history with their new messaging system which will roll out on on “Invite Only” basis for selected users only.
But till the time that you get an invite for the New Facebook Messaging, Here is a quick solution by which one can easily save Facebook chat history for offline or later viewing.
You can save Facebook Chat History by using Browser Extensions or Add-Ons in Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome Only.
Facebook Chat History Manager is a great add-on for Firefox that integrates right into Facebook and captures all your chats silently and neatly. Read More
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- how to save facebook messages offline
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Facebook is the largest photo sharing website of the world, More than a million people share their photos in their social circle on Facebook, and Uploading new photographs is a favourite hobby of many Facebook Users.
Normally to upload photos on Facebook, we login to our Facebook profile online and then we select Facebook’s Photo Upload Feature to upload new photos to our Facebook Account.
This can be a tedious task if we have to upload many photos in bulk and if we dont have a need to login to our Facebook account
Easy Photo Uploader is a nice little software program which allows us to upload photos to Facebook directly from our desktop/ hard drive folder without the need for us to login into our Facebook account in a browser. Read More
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Microsoft 2010 has enabled a new Security feature in Office 2010 knows as “Protected View”. Basically It enhances protection against risky Outlook email attachments, files that came from the Internet, files that fail validation or files that are located in potentially unsafe locations.
Let’s say your friend or Colleague from Work sent you a Word Document or Excel spreadsheet as an attachment in Outlook 2010 then by default when you double click the spreadsheet or word document it will only open as a read-only document inside Word & Excel, Even Powerpoint Presentations which are sent as attachments in Office 2010 will open in the same “Protected View” by default.
The major disadvantage of this “Protected View” in Office 2010 is that neither can you edit the document nor can we print them.
So How Do We Disable this Protected View in Office 2010 ? Read More
Have you ever run into a situation where you wanted to delete a file, but Windows simply wouldn’t allow you to do it? and you see this error message below and start wondering how in the world can i delete this file ?
You can Delete a Locked or Undeleteble, Currently in Use File in Windows by using a simple Utility called “Unlocker” Read More