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The Windows Desktop is used widely by users to store shortcut icons for their favorite applications, downloaded files, important notes and so on. The desktop can be easily accessed by using the hotkey’s Windows + D or Windows + M but in process of using these keys you may have to minimize any current applications […]

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Automatically Repeat Videos In YouTube

YouTube videos are programmed to play only once by default but what if you wanted to repeat a video over and over again in YouTube? Loopy for YouTube is a handy Greasemonkey script which will allow you to repeat YouTube videos over and over again automatically.

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Bookmarking is a integral part of your browser and over a period of time you may have collected hundreds and thousands of bookmarks. There are various ways to synchronize and backup your bookmarks that we have already talked about. But the fact that many people do not know the basic way to backup bookmarks from […]

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Most laptops and desktop factory models come built in with only one drive no matter how huge your hard drive is. This can be pretty annoying when you want to re-format your PC, in those cases you may first have to move all your data to a external drive before performing a fresh install. Windows […]

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Transforming your Windows XP PC to look like Windows Vista can either be a one step process or you could also choose from different applications so that you decide which look and feel you would like to get from Windows Vista to Windows XP. Oh and there is also a easy way to replace the […]

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I have been installing quite a lot of softwares and many of those want me to restart the computer so that their changes are applied to the PC. While browsing my feeds I came across a cool unrelated tip by DailyApps which talked about restarting the Explorer.exe cleanly, in that I saw another cool tip […]

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Ever copied a link and wanted to quickly post it into your address bar in Internet Explorer? or just want to browse your Internet History without right from the address bar? If you are looking to get this things done without using the mouse here are couple of shortcut keys that will help you achieve […]

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.RM files, short for ‘Real Media’ are media files that may contain audio and video or either of them. Some sites use the RM format to stream audio or/and video to your computer. So how do you open .RM files and get them played on your computer?

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GTalk is slowly inching towards becoming a popular IM client and is almost the preferred means of communicating for most of the bloggers. That said GTalk has a very annoying feature where any Instant Messages sent to you shows up as a notification and can be easily viewed by anyone who is near you computer […]

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Do you have 100′s of programs installed on your system? Does clicking on your All Programs option in the Windows Start Menu list out a huge list of programs that stretches across the screen? If so, it is time now to group all your programs so that your Start menu is smaller and allows you […]

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When you buy a new Desktop PC or a new Laptop they come with lots of softwares pre-installed other than the operating system. Many of these may be useless to you and are part of the deals OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturers) have with software sellers where they pre-install their softwares into the machines.

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Many a times the Google AdSense Ads displayed on a site are not related to the actual content. This is definitely a sore point as users may not click on unrelated ads. The non targeted Ads that are displayed are usually based on the most popular keywords for the website. I have been experiencing this problem since quite long and was trying to find a solution to it.

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Taking notes about ideas is one of the best things you can do to ensure you never forget them. There may be many such tools to help you take notes and remember about them later on, but today I will introduce you to something that absolutely steals the best spot and also finds a place in my must have applications.

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Many users use Outlook and other desktop clients to send and receive corporate or personal emails which is a really convenient way of sending and receiving emails. Most of the desktop clients provide you with a feature to auto complete the email address as you type it in the To, CC or BCC fields. This is a very good feature but can easily turn out to be the most dangerous one too.

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Usually many of us have lots of different applications open at a single time which are accessible through the task bar. You may not want to use all the applications but still want them to be open. For example I use Windows Live Writer quite often but I do not use it all the time. The reason to keep the applications open is that I can easily and quickly access any application I want to without waiting for the delay to start them up. Leaving all the applications on takes up much of the task bar space.

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