How to Disable Facebook Timeline in Chrome, Firefox and Safari

If you do not want to timeline more, then friends don’t worry. I received a tricks on my email from my friends, I tested it and it works great so i share this tricks with you.

How to Remove or Disable Timeline From Mozilla FireFox:-

If you are using the Mozilla Firefox then it’s very easy to disable timeline. First of all install UserAgent Switcher Extension from here(user-agent-switcher) and then choose the Internet Explorer 7 by selecting Firefox tools/Useragent Switcher/Interent Explorer.

How to Remove or Disable Timeline From Google Chrome:-

For Windows 7 and Windows vista:-
Right Click on the Google Chrome icon and click on proprieties and  in target box add following syntax after/chrome.exe”
–user-agent=”Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 6.0)”

and click on Apply and Ok.
In simple open the notepad and paste the below syntaxand save with .bat extension.

%USERPROFILE%AppDataLocalGoogleChromeApplicationchrome.exe” –user-agent=”Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 6.0)”

For Windows XP:-
paste the code in notepad and save with .link extension.
“%USERPROFILE%Local SettingsApplication DataGoogleChromeApplicationchrome.exe” –user-agent=”Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 6.0)”

How to Remove or Disable Timeline From Safari:-

For Safari Browser go into the preferences menu, select “advanced”, then tick the “enable developers menu” then exit the preferences menu. then click the page icon menu (next to the cog wheel icon) then select the “develop/user agent” menu, there you can choose theuser agent you wish to use for the current website you are viewing. Select Internet Explorer 7.



Here is some comparision i found from internet.
Google+ (plus) is a next project of Google. And this right now only for limited number of people. Basically it is a social networking site like facebook. In today’s world everyone knows about facebook specially youngsters. Facebook is a top level social networking site in recent scenario but now Google+ (plus) is a tough competitor of facebook.
There is a no doubt in that facebook has large number of users so if you want to challenge facebook you have to be better then it. Your facility should be better than facebook then only you can survive.There are some good reasons for people to switch from facebook to Google+ (plus) that are like:

Google is driving people to use Google+. Its features and tools is on all existing site of Google. Google+ is already integrated into the navigation bar at the top right of almost all Google products; this lets you monitor all Google+ events (updates, messages, etc.) . There are millions of people use Google service like Gmail, doc, search, etc and Google+ is tightly join this all and after that no one can reach at that level.

Google believe in “circle” concept so that they are believe that friends are always around us as a circle. In our life we have it of friend and we are interacting with them. Face book’s Groups feature is pretty new; it was “built on”, while friend “circles” are the bedrock of the Google+ platform.

As an android user you know that connecting your mobile content to social platform is easy. Google+ mobile app is best but they are still work on it and make your Android phone a seamless appendage of your Google+ social platform. Google hopes to use its huge Android user base as a wedge against Facebook, whose mobile app, while nice-looking, is a little clunky to use.

Google spark feature is another function which facebook doesn’t have. Facebook has not search engine. While in Google+ we can give instant wellspring of relevant information to friends. In face book user leave the site to find shareable data.

In facebook you can create your personal profile but you can’t delete your whole profile. That means whenever you are not using facebook anyone can see your personal data. While at the other hand Google+ tool called “Data Liberation.” With just a few clicks you can download data from your Picasa Web Albums, Google profile, Google+ stream, Buzz and contacts. You take it and go away.

When we tag a photo in Google+ then we can crate different style to tag photo. We can crop photo, we can draw some lines around photo. Etc we can also do this thing in facebook also. But the difference is that when you tag someone, you see this note: “Adding this tag will notify the person you have tagged. They will be able to view the photo and the related album.” On the other hand facebook not doing any effort to warn people and immediate chance to remove the tag.

Google+ doing ad hoc group video chat using hangout feature in it. We can create our own adhoc groups in it. As we see before for (Android) users to start up group text chats. On the other hand facebook doesn’t provide this facility.

The name as suggest that safer content sharing means our personal data is not for everyone. There is a privacy level in each piece of content. For example; when we crate album, write article Google+ give us a choice to that content only for our choice people. Other hand facebook not giving this facility.

Running a social networking site you should be best in your user’s personal data. Facebook is a young, fast moving company that has proved it to be cavalier in its movements, lacking in respect for user data privacy. Google on the other hand, is a far more mature company that is, I would argue, seen as more trustworthy than Facebook. Google has lived up to its “Don’t Be Evil” slogan.

Know Facebook, the world’s largest social network

Facebook is the world’s largest social network, with over 500 million users.
Facebook was founded by Mark Zuckerberg in February 2004, initially as an exclusive network for Harvard students. It was a huge hit: in 2 weeks, half of the schools in the Boston area began demanding a Facebook network. Zuckerberg immediately recruited his friends Dustin Moskowitz and Chris Hughes to help build Facebook, and within four months, Facebook added 30 more college networks.



The original idea for the term Facebook came from Zuckerberg’s high school (Phillips Exeter Academy). The Exeter Face Book was passed around to every student as a way for students to get to know their classmates for the following year. It was a physical paper book until Zuckerberg brought it to the internet.
With this success, Zuckerberg, Moskowitz and Hughes moved out to Palo Alto for the summer and rented a sublet. A few weeks later, Zuckerberg ran into the former cofounder of Napster, Sean Parker. Parker soon moved in to Zuckerberg’s apartment and they began working together. Parker provided the introduction to their first investor, Peter Thiel, cofounder of PayPal and managing partner of The Founders Fund. Thiel invested $500,000 into Facebook.
With millions more users, Friendster attempted to acquire the company for $10 million in mid 2004. Facebook turned down the offer and subsequently received $12.7 million in funding from Accel Partners, at a valuation of around $100 million. Facebook continued to grow, opening up to high school students in September 2005 and adding an immensely popular photo sharing feature the next month. The next spring, Facebook received $25 million in funding from Greylock Partners and Meritech Capital, as well as previous investors Accel Partners and Peter Thiel. The pre-money valuation for this deal was about $525 million. Facebook subsequently opened up to work networks, eventually amassing over 20,000 work networks. Finally in September 2006, Facebook opened to anyone with an email address.
In the summer of 2006, Yahoo attempted to acquire the company for $1 billion dollars. Reports actually indicated that Zuckerberg made a verbal agreement to sell Facebook to Yahoo. A few days later when Yahoo’s stock price took a dive, the offer was lowered to $800 million and Zuckerberg walked away from the deal. Yahoo later offered $1 billion again, this time Zuckerberg turned Yahoo down and earned instant notoriety as the “kid” who turned down a billion. This was not the first time Zuckerberg turned down an acquisition offer; Viacom had previously unsuccessfully attempted to acquire the company for $750 million in March, 2006.
One sour note for Facebook has been the controversy with social network ConnectU. The founders of ConnectU, former classmates of Mark Zuckerberg at Harvard, allege that Zuckerberg stole their original source code for Facebook. The ordeal has gone to court, and has now been resolved.
Notwithstanding this lingering controversy, Facebook’s growth in the fall of 2007 was staggering. Over 1 million new users signed up every week, 200,000 daily, totaling over 50 million active users. Facebook received 40 billion page views a month. Long gone were the days of Facebook as a social network for college students. 11% of users are over the age of 35, and the fastest growing demographic is users over 30. Facebook has also seen huge growth internationally; 15% of the user base is in Canada. Facebook users’ passion, or addiction, to the site is unparalleled: more than half use the product every single day and users spend an average of 19 minutes a day on Facebook. Facebook is 6th most trafficked site in the US and top photo sharing site with 4.1 billion photos uploaded.
Based on these types of numbers, Microsoft invested $240 million into Facebook for 1.6 percent of the company in October 2007. This meant a valuation of over $15 billion, making Facebook the 5th most valuable US Internet company, yet with only $150 million in annual revenue. Many explained Microsoft’s decision as being solely driven by the desire to outbid Google.

Interesting Way To Hack Facebook, Hack Facebook Home Page

This is a simple yet interesting trick which will enable you to hack Facebook homepage.Using this trick you can make changes in the Home page of Facebook. You can edit anything in there
First of all open Facebook in your web browser (any Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer, Chrome). Now copy paste the following code the address bar replacing the default URL.
javascript: document.body.contentEditable = ‘true’; document.designMode = ‘on’; void 0


It is not a hack or tricks.There is a application called WHO DELETED ME which let you know To do this simply to identify with our Facebook account so that we see a screen that will tell us the contacts that are no longer part of our network, or put another way, we have removed from their lists, as well of the new contacts that are part of our network, in any event, either from the day until the current month.
Also, if there are changes, so if someone removes us as if we add to your list of contacts, we will be informed by email, that if, in our mailbox as usual.

Images revolving trick for facebook

Paste the below script in the URL box as shown.And then you’ll see the images revolving as you move your mouse cursor.

javascript:R=0; x1=.1; y1=.05; x2=.25; y2=.24; x3=1.6; y3=.24; x4=300; y4=200; x5=300; y5=200; DI=document.getElementsByTagName(“img”); DIL=DI.length; function A(){for(i=0; i-DIL; i++){DIS=DI[ i ].style; DIS.position=’absolute’; DIS.left=(Math.sin(R*x1+i*x2+x3)*x4+x5)+”px”;*y1+i*y2+y3)*y4+y5)+”px”}R++}setInterval(‘A()’,5); void(0);