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This is a guest post written by Brown Baron. He blogs at BrownBaron.com where he writes about Technology, gaming news and reviews, gadgets and more. If you want to receive regular updates, then you can subscribe to his blog. How many of you can remember what all your installed fonts look like? If you’re like […]

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Update: Post edited to correct errors  on 26th October 2009. Re-installing an Operating system is a nightmare for many people, since people always tend to lose data, forget to take backups, and they almost go blank after they re-install. I have faced a similar situation, when I was new, however, if we plan our re-installation […]

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This is a guest post written by Madhur Kapoor. He blogs at Whoismadhur.com where he writes about Technology, Blogging, Tutorials and Gaming. If you want to receive regular updates, then subscribe to his blog. He is also the author of a Soccer blog called TheSoccerPitch.com If you are a fan of twitter and want to […]

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Tabbed Putty

I asked a couple of months earlier if PuTTY can get any Snazzier? I am going to have to take that back and admit that it just did. And more. PuTTY is one of the most loved tool for anyone connecting to a Linux or Unix server from Windows. It helps to easily save connection […]

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If you’ve tried Linux before, chances are you found this frustrating. The NumLock key on your keyboard is by default OFF when Linux boots. There’s a way to enable NumLock key stay in the ON state when Linux starts up. Here’s how to do it if you’re in Ubuntu: Using the shell, install NumLockX by […]

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Did you just switch to Linux and realise that pressing Win Key + D shortcut doesn’t take you to the desktop? Yes, by default this keyboard shortcut for ‘Show Desktop’ doesn’t work in Linux.

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BitLet

You have probably heard of a dozen or so BitTorrent clients to download files. There are also plenty of places to find torrent files as well. BitLet.org aims to fill a niche where you might be in a situation while travelling or when you are ay someone else’s place without your BitTorrent client. BitLet.org lets […]

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Hi All, This is a request from me to all my friends and readers to donate towards a blogger who is in need. One of my co-authors and blogging friend Silki’s Brother aged 25 years has been diagnosed as a case of CRF (Chronic Renal Failure) and requires a Kidney Transplant operation to be done. […]

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If you read the title and sighed because you’re sick of hearing about word processors, do try to read this one because even though you could use MS Word, WordPad, or Notepad for your word processing needs, there’s another cool and free utility that is better than all of those for most people! Word processors […]

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Enso Words

I reviewed Enso Launcher last week here. After a week of using it, I am totally impressed by its simplicity yet how easy it is to get used to. If you haven’t read my last post, Enso Launcher is for Windows what QuickSilver is to Mac but different in its construction and in the way […]

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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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Program to close and restore running programs for immediate restarts and shutdowns

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rules of thumb

Ever wonder how many a people a cup of rice could feed? Your mother has told you one number, you’ve tried it on your own and come up with something else, but really there’s probably some kind of rule of thumb that you can use over and over again when making rice, right? Or maybe […]

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Convert document files to PDF format using Koolwire.

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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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