I registered this domain on the 31st of May 2006 but started the first post on this blog on the 4th of June which I scrapped later. Today I want to celebrate the birthday of Techie Buzz. I am proud that you are one year old and helped thousands of users find solutions for their [...]Read More
Money makers and shakers is a series of interviews I am conducting with successful bloggers who are making money out of blogging and making a difference to the blogging community in different ways including educating new bloggers and teaching old bloggers new methods to monetize their blogs.Read More
Windows users might be quite familiar with File Dialogs that pop up every time you create a new file, open a new file or save a new file. In every File Dialog you can see places that you can save the files to in the left side just by clicking on it. These locations are called Places Bar and contain folders which are easily accessible.Read More
I came across something that I did not before so pardon the ignorance that I am sharing it with you. I never really knew that Google had a Google Store where it sells Google Branded Products. Yes they have a Google logo on all their products.Read More
Firefox is a great browser, the ability to extend and customize the browser is one of the many features I love. Firefox allows you to extend your browser using different extensions. If you have a lot of extensions installed then you will be aware that many of them have their own toolbars. Toolbars let you quickly navigate the extension features and are a great addition to the extension.
Even though the extension may be useful to you, you may still not want to use all the features it provides. If you display the toolbars for all the extensions installed it will eat up on your precious screen space making the viewing area smaller. Having many toolbars can easily confuse you too.Read More
Well Its Friday and a time to begin having fun. Here is a new series where I will be posting new pictures or jokes or anything particularly funny to get you started on a lovely weekend.Read More
Google has released a new software called Google Gears which allows you to take online applications offline. It was a much needed feature for Google Reader which was primarily just used to read feeds online.
But with the help of Google Gears you can destroy that barrier too and take Google Reader offline and read your favorite feeds when your on the go and do not have a Internet of Wi-Fi connection available.
The Windows Live Writer blog announced today that they have a new version of Windows Live Writer Beta 2 ready for download. Not only that the new Windows Live Messenger 8.5 and Windows Live Mail Desktop is available for downloads so if you are using the leaked version of Windows Live Messenger time to get the genuine [...]Read More
Firefox has a in built feature that allows you to update the browser whenever a new version is released. To do that you have to follow few simple steps so that you are alerted of new updates in future.
The first step involves you going to to the Tools -> Options submenu as shown in the screenshot;
Choose firefox options from tools menuRead More
Google developer day has started and its a 29 hour marathon over spread over 10 countries and with 5000 participating developers too bad I could not be a part of it but will be watching the podcast webcast for London and California which is accessible here.
Google has also acquired ANOTHER company!!!!!. When will they stop when the whole internet is Goooooooooogle.Read More
Ever come across situations where you have deleted a file permanently and then realized that it was a important presentation ouch. Now what do you? Start over with creating the presentation again? There may also be cases when you may accidentally empty your recycle bin and then realize that you are missing a important file. [...]Read More
I am a command line junkie as it helps me stay productive and move around faster than using a mouse. I try and use the keyboard quite often and familiarize myself with shortcuts that help me save time doing things. Since I began using Linux around 6 years ago I have always tried and made use of its rich set up commands.
This post is about how you can use Linux commands to easily install and update plugins without making use of a visual uploading software like Filezilla or WinSCP.Read More
I recently got my mp3 player which I am listening to right now. While surfing around I came across Bizarrearea which lists the 35 strangest mp3 players, here are a few pictures of the strange players and yes these are real mp3 players :-). This one takes the cake. A mp3 player in a toilet [...]Read More
Backing up data is a very critical part of your day to day computer life. To keep your files secure and safe from data crashes you should regulalry back up your data.
But how long can you sustain buying expensive backup devices and medias to keep your data safe. Backing up data is a costly affair if you have a lot of data to backup.Read More
Here are some good reads you can start your week with.Read More