How To Access Your Blog / Website Database On Your Desktop – Part I

Many web hosting providers do not use DNS to provide you access to your database, in such cases the database is only accessible by the files residing on your hosting account. Tip: If you are using localhostas your database host, your database can only be accessed by files hosted on your web account. There are […]

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There may be many times when you may want to leave your laptop on, but the default settings in Windows may take up to 20 minutes for the LCD screen to turn itself off, of course the time may vary depending on your settings. I have faced a problem with the laptop light being on […]

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This post is part of the user recommendation marathon where users recommend their questions to us. Our regular reader Vishnu asks us, I have heard about Index.dat files and that they can store lots of information about the sites I browse, is there a way I can get rid of the files so that no […]

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This post is a part of the user recommendation marathon where users asked us about several tips and tricks which could help them, in this post regular reader Nancy recommends a question to us. Nancy asks us Gmail shows me that I have 700 emails in my Inbox, due to several things I have not […]

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This is part of the user recommendation marathon where we write articles based on recommendations users have given us. In this we are going to answer a question Ashley recommended to us. Ashley asks I have a company email account which is regular webmail provided by our hosting provider, I can access all the mails […]

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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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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 of the laptop users do not shutdown their PC and make use of the Stand By or Hibernate mode so that they can quickly start working from where they had left earlier. Many a times you may not know since how long your PC has been running since you last restarted it. Quite some […]

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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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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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.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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I recently switched to Winamp, thanks to a friend’s recommendation. One thing that’s been keeping me away from this player is the fact that it looks ugly (well, atleast to my eyes). There are lots of skins, I know, but they aren’t professional looking. But I really loved Winamp because it’s very customizable. I tried […]

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I was reading a nice little post on Lifehack.org about creating strong passwords but decided to share a little trick to create passwords that you can easily remember and are also strong.

The key is to substitute alphabets with either numbers or symbols while you mix cases.

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