Here’s this month’s round up of the best tech tips from around the blogosphere.
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It’s been a month since we shared the best tech stories from the blogosphere. Here’s some interesting stuff from our fans and friends!
Half way through May, here is a list of some of our most recent articles that you might want to check out:
What is groovemonitor.exe? â€“ Complete analysis of GrooveMonitor.exe Process
Other must-check downloads include Gmail Keeper that backs up your Gmail messages and FreeFixer that can remove potential spyware. You should also check out this ID3 remover app if you hate ID3 tags for any reason. Talking about MP3s, if you’ve got an iPod, use Touch Copy to transfer iPod music to your PC.
Windows 7 How Tos that are gradually being sought after include articles on how to resize partitions in Windows 7 and enabling remote desktop in Windows 7. Did I mention disabling driver signing in Windows 7 or installing unsigned drivers after using the Group Policy editor? One other very useful thing about Windows 7 is that you can burn iso disc images using the inbuilt feature. You don’t need third party CD burning software. One of the first things I did after installing Windows 7 is that I made the taskbar smaller. I reverted it later, though.
Plus, here’s how you can delete your Plenty Of Fish account that you made in your teen years 😉
Windows 7 RC candidate was out recently for everyone to download and it appears like a lot of people like it.
Make Windows 7 Taskbar Smaller like XP’s
Disable Windows 7 Features like IE 8, Search Indexing, etc.
Resize Partitions in Windows 7 using inbuilt features
Show hidden menu bar in Windows Explorer in Windows 7
Burn .iso files to CDs natively in Windows 7
Change or edit OEM information in Windows 7
In Internet Explorer 8, you can login to multiple email accounts simultaneously
Make sure you check out our big bag of useful tips and tricks this month, in case you’ve missed any of them:
Get free Nod32 username and password â€“ Step-by-step guide on how you can get a free Nod32 username and password legally
Get the Windows 7 Taskbar in Windows XP â€“ Brief review of Viglance, a tool that makes the XP taskbar look like that of Windows 7.
Disable Notifications in Ubuntu 9.04 Jaunty Jackalope â€“ How to turn off notify-osd alerts in the latest version of Ubuntu?
Update AVG manually without internet connection â€“ Guide on how you can update AVG virus definitions offline
37 extremely useful Windows Utilities â€“ Check out this huge list of programs that add functionalities to Windows
Trace a mobile number’s location in India â€“ Three quick tools that can help you find a mobile phone’s location in India
How to check BSNL Broadband Bandwidth Usage? â€“ Three ways to monitor your BSNL broadband bills
Convert XLSX to XLS – Guide to convert spreadsheets created by Office 2007 to XLS format
Remove ads in Yahoo mail â€“ Three ways to remove ads in Yahoo mail
Download Office 2007 SP2 â€“ Have you downloaded it yet?
Three tools to track and defeat content theft â€“ Bloggers should check out these three web apps
Windows Live Writer Plugins â€“ They could replace standalone programs
Firefox Addons to use if you browse from work â€“ The title says it all
Half-way through April, and here’s a round up of the month’s tech tips. Check out what you might have missed:
Firefox Addons: Continuing our coverage of Firefox addons that are the best and latest, this month Killer Tech Tips also covered Firefox addons for People Browsing At Work. Here are some more Firefox addons that can optimize Firefox for the widescreen.
Freeware To Improve Desktop Productivity: You can save time and improve productivity with these tweaking apps for your Desktop
Right Click Tools for Windows XP: Check out these great apps that enhance the Windows Right Click menu
How to trace a mobile number’s location in India?: Services that let you track the location of any mobile phone in India
BSNL Broadband Usage: Ways to check your bandwidth consumption if you’re using BSNL’s DataOne Broadband Service
Another month is over, and as I’m muddling up with studies and blogging, I see that Killer Tech Tips has got a Google Page Rank of 6. This is really motivating for me! I hope to maintain the post frequency over here. If you’re interested in guest blogging on Killer Tech Tips, do contact me using this page.
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