One of our readers recently send us a question asking us; One of my friends recently emailed a attachment which had a DOCx extension, I am not sure how to open this file, can you please help me out with this. The answer to question is pretty simple, to open DOCx file you will need [...]

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Firefox has a pretty decent bookmark management system that allows you to store your favorites websites, so that you can visit them in future. Firefox saves your personal information such as bookmarks, passwords, and user preferences in a set of files called your profile, which is stored in a separate location from the Firefox program [...]

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Opera allows users to add custom user JavaScript that can add additional functionality to the browser, however the User JavaScript cannot run out of the box, and you will require to tune some settings in order to get it working. Here is a step by step tutorial that will teach you how to install user [...]

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Though Google Chrome is a very popular browser, they have been releasing regular updates which carry more features in the development versions of the browser, Google Chrome offers 3 different versions of their browser, which are as follows; Stable channel. Everyone is on the Stable channel when they first install Google Chrome. The Stable channel [...]

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Hotmail recently rolled out free POP3 access for its users, however to start using Hotmail POP3, you will have to set it up in your favorite email client. Here are the POP3 settings you will require to setup in your hotmail account. Incoming Mail Server: pop3.live.com (Port 995) POP SSL Required? Yes User Name: Your [...]

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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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Twitter has been a wonderful service, however it lacks a few things in the user interface design department, one of the things being able to delete multiple tweets or direct messages from your account. If you are one of the people, who frequently delete your direct messages, a bookmarklet called DM Deleter aka DM Whacker [...]

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PDF Files are heavily used for document distribution, however there are certain times when you may want to convert a PDF file to a image, though we have listed about several handy PDF tools we have listed earlier, this post will provide you with a step by step guide to convert PDF Files to JPG. [...]

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Megavideo is a pretty popular video sharing website and you can find tons of videos from users, however what if you want to watch those videos on your desktop? If you are looking to download videos from Megavideo, there are few ways in which you can do that. Here are some simple steps in which [...]

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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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On a normal day, I receive about 300+ emails in my Gmail account, however it becomes quite a hassle to go through each and every email and segregate the important ones. However with Gmail, there are several ways in which you can segregate noise from actual work and that is one of the reasons I [...]

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Gmail has been a really useful email service and there are 100s of things you could do with it, however there are several features which are not really well known, here is a interesting tip that we are sure many users may not be aware of. This tip involves sending custom auto-replies in Gmail. Many [...]

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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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People love to keep changing their desktop wallpapers frequently, however if you store the wallpapers in a user directory, you will have to browse through several folders before you can choose a wallpaper to apply for the desktop. This can get quite tedious if you change wallpapers on a regular basis, however there is a [...]

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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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