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In the past we have told you about a way to open Firefox links in Google Chrome in the Google Chrome Tips and Tricks post, but what about Opera? Can you open Firefox links in Opera?

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There are several times when you may close a tab by mistake in the browser, if you are Google Chrome user, you can easily open the last closed tab, by opening a blank tab and selecting the link from the recently closed section. Firefox users can use a add-on to reopen accidentally closed tabs with [...]

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XML (Extensible Markup Language) data file that uses tags to define objects and object attributes; formatted much like an HTML document, but uses custom tags to define objects and the data within each object; can be thought of as a text-based database. XML files have become a standard way of storing and transferring data between [...]

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FLV stands for Flash Video format. Besides the existing formats like mpg, avi, Quicktime en RealMedia, the Flash video format is becoming more and more popular. Most video sites use FLV to play Flash videos, however to play FLV files on your desktop you will require a special video player. How To Open FLV Files? [...]

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WGZ files are compressed archives that contains a widget or a small program, for Nokia S60 based phones, these compressed archives may contain HTML, CSS and JavaScript files and makes use of the Web Runtime (WRT) software to run itself. S60 Web Runtime is a framework that allows developers to easily create mobile application. To [...]

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Quite sometime back we had told you how to open .nfo files, just came across another utility that acts as a handy replacement for notepad, allowing you to view Diz files and NFO files with ease. GetDiz is a fully featured text editor which can replace Notepad while maintaining an incredible speed, ease of use [...]

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Diz files are plain text files which are usually included in zip files. DIZ stands for “Description in Zip File” and usually contains information about the archives they are present in. DIZ files usually do not require any additional viewer, however they are not associated to open in any software, which makes it harder for [...]

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ISO files is a very popular way of distributing large content over the internet and many software creators like Microsoft bundle their softwares into a ISO image file. In the past we have written about several tools that help you know how to open a .iso file, mount ISO files as a virtual CD/DD drive [...]

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UIF Files are proprietary file formats created by MagicISO. UIF stands for Universal Image Format. It is an image file of a CD or DVD that is compressed. It is used to edit, create and extract image files, and it supports a few different formats. UIF files are compatible on Windows, MAC and Linux. To [...]

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XLSx is the latest document format used by Microsoft Office 2007 and later versions, it follows the Office Open XML (OOXML) format for storing spreadsheet data. XLSx files cannot be opened in older versions of Microsoft Office prior to Office 2007, however there are some add-ins you can use to view the documents in older [...]

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Docx is a new document format used that was introduced by Microsoft in Office 2007 and later versions for Microsoft Word documents. Docx follows the new standard for documents from Microsoft called Office Open XML which is also known as OOXML or OpenXML. People using older versions of Microsoft Office, prior to Office 2007 cannot [...]

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Many a times you may download softwares which contain a additional file with a .nfo extensions, by default such files are supposed to open with the Windows System Information, though most of the times you may receive a error saying, System information cannot open this NFO file. The reason being that many of the NFO [...]

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With the release of Office 2007, Microsoft rolled out a new file format for saving files. The format uses XML to store the data and cannot be opened using the older versions of Office. There are several instances where people are switching to the newer format, and if you don’t have Office 2007 on your [...]

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Tip: This article teaches you how to open torrent file, if you are looking for more information click here or see the end of the post. Torrents are the latest and fastest way of distributing softwares and other content on the web. With torrents users can download files from multiple users rather than having to [...]

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Rar files are archives similar to WinZip but since they use a different compression algorithm technology, they cannot be opened by WinZip or the default zip utility provided by Windows XP and Windows Vista. What is a RAR File? RAR is the native format of WinRAR archiver. Like other archives, RAR files are data containers, [...]

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