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Windows 7 was released last week, and Microsoft had to scale their infrastructure to take care of the unexpected traffic, they also delayed the released of the product keys that could be used to activate and use Windows 7. However the keys are not available for download and users need to follow the steps given [...]

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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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Gmail has definitely added quite a lot of value to itself by integrating Google Docs and Calendar into Gmail and the option to add any custom gadget to your Gmail account. Amit from Digital Inspiration has always been making good use of Google products and has a nice trick that shows you on how to [...]

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Firefox 3.1 is pretty fast due to a new JavaScript engine called TraceMonkey being used, however many user would still encounter slowness while using Firefox 3.1, since TraceMonkey is not enabled by default. In order to start using TraceMonkey you will need to enable it, which once again is not straightforward. Here are some simple [...]

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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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Having used Firefox for quite some time, I am very used to using extensions that help me save time and add value to the already popular browser. Here is a productivity tip from my day-to-day life which has helped me save quite a lot of time while I download images and files using Firefox. The [...]

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More than a year back I had written a tutorial on creating SEO Friendly URLs with Mod Rewrite and PHP, where I had explained the basic SEO concepts of rewriting URLs to make them SEO friendly. Though It has been over a year, numerous emails and comments have dropped in for me to write the [...]

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User Manuals are the first thing that go to the garbage bin, after you have got your hands on your favorite product / gadget, though most of the time you do not require a user manual, it becomes essential when you have a problem with your gadget or want to learn more about certain features. [...]

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Picasa is one of the best photo managing and editing software I have ever used, though I haven’t written much about it, I stand to mend those and give you more and more tips about it, and like Picasa I will be covering several other softwares, that I have neglected or rarely written about in [...]

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Yesterday we told you about 3 new exciting features where they integrated Google Calendar and  Google Docs into Gmail, along with that, they also added a new feature where you can add a custom gadget to Gmail by providing the XML URL for it. Here is a simple and step by step tutorial to add [...]

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No, we are not turning into a money making blog, and neither are we publishing a e-Book, but having been into the blogging scene for 3 years now, I definitely have learnt quite a few tricks that have helped me grow my AdSense earnings from $100 a year, to few hundreds a month and finally [...]

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One of our readers Shadow sent us a query which asked us: How do you change files from Quick Time media player to Windows media player? My friend just uploaded a slipknot album, the only problem is, I have windows and he has quick time. So I can’t listen to it. Well this is a [...]

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If you run WordPress on your local PC, chances are that you may not be testing it using custom permalinks, you may have on your actual website, the reason being that your default Apache configuration may give you 404 errors when you try to use custom permalinks. This is because, a Apache installation on windows [...]

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Recently one of our readers emailed us, asking me to share productivity tips on how I use the computer on a day to day basis, the suggestion in itself was fantastic and I would be more than glad to share things I do in my day to day life to solve problems faced by me [...]

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Just came across a very interesting post by Amit Agarwal about getting things done with Twitter, there are various things you could do with it, including tracking your purchase delivery through UPS, adding events to your Google Calendar, translating text, use twitter as a Gmail notifier, use twitter as a alarm clock, using twitter for [...]

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