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Browsers have grown by leaps and bounds over the last few years. Super rich features, you see. They help you to be productive all the time. Here are three tips that will help you save time when you’re engaged in a busy browsing session. These are commonly overlooked, so make sure you bookmark these for later reference!
If you’re using Windows 7 and if you’d like to get a taste of Windows 8′s interface and features, some third party programs can let you make Windows 7 look like Windows 8. These enhancements are definitely not top-notch, but they can still prove to be nifty nonetheless.
Let’s take a look at some free software that help you make Windows 7 look like Windows 8.
Android phones are becoming exceedingly popular and almost everyone has one these days. If there is one thing that is common to all Android handsets, it’s the battery life which sucks. Here are eleven sure shot ways to make your phone last longer. These battery-saving tricks can be applied to all Android phones, irrespective of their processor, features etc.
Here are some underappreciated, and unnoticed Facebook features that you might want to take a look at:
If you are paranoid about backups, you probably have Dropbox installed already. By default, your Dropbox folder contains two folders – photos and public. By right-clicking on any file in the public folder, you could get a link to share that file with your friends via email, Twitter or Facebook.
Private Browsing modes in browsers let you visit web sites without leaving any traces. When you start browsing in private mode in any browser, web browsing history is not recorded. That is, the web sites you visit are not remembered locally and cookies are purged the moment you exit the private browsing mode.
You can use the private browsing mode when you want to browse sites that you wouldn’t want others to know or when you’re just gift-shopping.
To know how to activate the private browsing mode in your preferred browser, choose your browser from the list below and keep reading.
Here’s a carefully chosen list of four really useful windows applications that add additional functions to the right click context menu in Windows. Each one of these right-click utilities serves a specific purpose. Read on to find out.
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Facebook and Skype introduced video calls today. If you’re wondering how to do it, this step by step guide should get you started!
Dropbox has become an indispensable application for millions of people around the world. It keeps our data synced across multiple computers, quite magically. Here are some lesser known tips that Dropbox users should know about: