Here are my top five tips to self-start your sound system at home. You require Left and Right Surround, Rear, and Front Speakers, a Central Speaker, and a Subwoofer to help you get a rich experience in surround sound.

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FTP clients are hard to come by in OS X. There are some good free options out there, but none as simple as just using OS X Finder. Here’s how to do it.

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How To Delete System Restore Points In Windows XP And Vista

Whenever you install a program, a system restore point is automatically created which indirectly eats up a lot of disk space. Today I will show you how to delete system restore points and increase your disk space.

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Microsoft Bing recently launched a unique Visual Search feature which is currently available only to the users living in United States. Read this article to know how you can access Bing Visual Search from any country of the world.

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Windows Seven - Being Exploring from Computer

By default clicking on the Windows Explorer shortcut in the taskbar opens up the Libraries folder. However, most people would prefer to start browsing from (My)Computer. Today we will share a simple trick that will allow you to start exploring from (My)Computer.

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Most of the Microsoft Windows users often get messed up with their files because of the lack of grouping or categorizing of the newly added items to the computer. This creates a compete chaos in the system that it becomes too difficult to go through them. And at the end, after clearing this mess out, we end up with many important files deleted. If you have that problem.. Read this

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Bookmarks and Favorites are frequently used by most Net Savvy persons. My Bookmark list   today contains more than 100 websites, which I frequently visit. Organizing them into categories sometimes is difficult, but I have just come across a nice web tool, which I might switch to in coming days. Welcome to Speed Dial. OMG, […]

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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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Key Loggers are the small malicious scripts, which are planted in your PC to spy on your private data and passwords. They are memory resident programs, which store your important user-ids, passwords and other valuable information, as you type that into your keyboard. This data can later be misused by the master mind behind the […]

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Christmas is finally setting in and its time to change your themes to match the season. I had earlier talked about the themes you can use for Firefox one of which was Tinseltown. Tinseltown is a real cool theme and has some real good graphics. Download: TinselTown Christmas Theme for Firefox WordPress Themes   If […]

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