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The first thing we thought about doing, while we were trying to run Java applets in Google Chrome was to drop the Safaris Java plugin into Google Chrome folder. The problem we saw was that Google Chrome does not install itself into the default application directory Program Files, so we checked the properties of the […]

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Many a times you may download softwares which contain a additional file with a .nfo extensions, by default such files are supposed to open with the Windows System Information, though most of the times you may receive a error saying, System information cannot open this NFO file. The reason being that many of the NFO […]

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With the release of Office 2007, Microsoft rolled out a new file format for saving files. The format uses XML to store the data and cannot be opened using the older versions of Office. There are several instances where people are switching to the newer format, and if you don’t have Office 2007 on your […]

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Tip: This article teaches you how to open torrent file, if you are looking for more information click here or see the end of the post. Torrents are the latest and fastest way of distributing softwares and other content on the web. With torrents users can download files from multiple users rather than having to […]

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A computer can only run as fast as you let it run, and to do that you may apply several visual tweaks with the help of tweaking softwares that supposedly allow your computer to run faster, but the most overlooked fact is that, having a clogged out disk can definitely cause your computer to run […]

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Rar files are archives similar to WinZip but since they use a different compression algorithm technology, they cannot be opened by WinZip or the default zip utility provided by Windows XP and Windows Vista. What is a RAR File? RAR is the native format of WinRAR archiver. Like other archives, RAR files are data containers, […]

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Many of our readers have complained over time that we have not been covering Opera, and like always we do listen to you, in the previous Opera tip we had covered how you can get a StumbleUpon toolbar for Opera. In this tip we will talk about a usability experience which irks many users (including […]

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One of our readers send us a query asking us how to open a PDF File, though this is a pretty straightforward question, we are sure many people may not be aware about it. PDF or Portable Document Format is a document format that was created by Adobe in 1993 for document exchange.

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Yahoo Messenger is one of the most user IM clients in the world, and many users use it for to IM at work, IM with friends and family and more. Yahoo messenger has several shortcut keys, using which you can buzz a person, add emoticon/smileys to your messages and more. Related: Yahoo Messenger,Shortcut Keys,tips and […]

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Many times you may download music files which are in .amr format, by default Windows does not have the capability to open up .amr files and you will require an external audio player like QuickTime player or RealPlayer. Though both these players have support to play .amr files, we would suggest you use the Nokia […]

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Calculating percentages is really very easy, but believe us it can become quite a hassle when you really want to do it, we have spend time around fiddling with numbers to find the right formula before even using the calculator. tips and tricks,calculate percentages,percentage,maths tips

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Over a period of time you may have tons of unread emails in your Gmail Inbox, most of these emails may be months or years old and navigating to each of these messages and marking them as read can be time consuming. Here are three simple steps in which you can mark all the mails […]

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Viewing your IP configuration in Windows is quite easy and you can do it with a simple command like ipconfig, you can also view all connected applications and services using ipconfig /all. Linux on the other hand also has a similar command that shows you the IP configuration of the machine. To view the IP […]

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