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PDFs are one of the most useful document formats around, but not having proper tools can limit their usage. Not everybody wants to spend hundreds of dollars to buy official Adobe software, so we have made a list of free tools that will let you do everything with PDFs from splitting and merging to filling them online.

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Firefox Add-ons have always been adding some usefulness to Firefox in several areas, one of them is Blogging, here are some useful add-ons that will help you supercharge you blogging experience with Firefox.

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Ubuntu Linux or any Linux operating system can use a swap partition for paging in case if it runs out of physical memory. The swap partition is not a mandatory requirement for using Linux but it is advisable that you have a swap partition setup to avoid memory bottleneck in case you run out of your physical memory.

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Although Google Chrome is radical in many aspects, it still comes with a few annoyances that you should disable or remove, and here’s how you can do that.

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This is a guest post written by Tim Brazer who blogs at TimBrazer.com, you can catch up all the latest posts from Tim by subscribing to his RSS feed. You can also get in touch with Tim by email or following him on Twitter. Google Chrome, identified as a browser with a minimalistic design while […]

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This is a guest post by Rich Robinson who owns and writes at Minty White, a blog where he talks about Windows Tools, Help & Guides. Rich is also the author of the books and ‘Windows Vista – The Pocket Guide‘ and ‘Windows Vista – Customization Manual‘. If you would like to guest post for […]

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This is a guest post by Aseem Kishore, the lead blogger for HelpDeskGeek.com, which focuses on providing Help Desk tips to IT Professionals. Want to write a guest post for us? Drop us a line using the contact us form. Windows Firewall blocks incoming network connections to your computer to help protect it from malicious […]

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Following is a guest post by Praval who is a freelance writer/blogger and works for Uswaretech, a Django Consulting shop as a Web Evangelist and Online Marketer. Not even the creator of World Wide Web, Tim Berners- Lee, would have ever thought that his creation will lead to the formation of the biggest human communication […]

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This is a guest post by Abhishek Bhatnagar from www.technixupdate.com, a blog covering Computer tips and tricks. Subscribe to his RSS feeds to get regular updates. There are lots of times when you may feel the need to view hidden and system files in Windows. The process though quite simple is tedious if you do […]

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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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