zamzar-convert-video-to-gif

Recently Sakib one of our readers from OpenGiga asked a question: How to convert a video file to a GIF animation? While researching for the answer, we did come across some solutions but those were not very good, this lead us to search Techie Buzz archives itself to see if we could find something we […]

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Opera has a very annoying feature, where it assumes the role of a BitTorrent client without giving the users any easy options to disable direct integration. This would mean that I would have to fire up another browser so that I can download and open the torrent in my favorite client uTorrent. The problem as […]

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I tend to use a mix and match of browsers, including Internet Explorer 8, Firefox 3, Google Chrome, Opera and Safari, but having used Firefox for quite sometime, I have stored passwords to numerous websites in it. Being so used to the Password manager in Firefox definitely has its own flaws, which includes having the […]

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Coding CSS and HTML for Internet Explorer is definitely a hard task, with each version of IE following different standards. So a designers nightmare come true, is when they have to code for different versions of IE without being able to install all the versions on the same PC, so you would see people using […]

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problem-ejecting-usb-mass-storage-device

Many times you may come across these errors while deleting a file / folder, moving a folder to another location or trying to eject a USB device which may be in use by a certain process. The error occurs due to exclusive locksprocesses acquire on the device or file which need to be released before […]

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In our constant endeavor to keep you updated about internet threats and scams, we have been telling you about different ways in which you can get scammed and how to avoid it. Here is another email scam that we want to warn you about, the recent email doing the rounds is about a Citibank Credit […]

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Quite recently we had written about using Caret browsing, a useful and productive way of surfing the web without using the mouse. Just came across another interesting article by a Googler who tells us how to surf emails in Gmail without having to use the mouse. The keyboard shortcuts are not new, but the post […]

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redirect-virus-scare

Recently a friend of mine messaged me saying that one of her friends browser is always redirecting webpages to go.google.com and go.yahoo.com, these sites do not exist in real and throw 404 errors, which led me to believe that there was something wrong with the user’s machine and it was hijacked by a virus or […]

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Surfing webpages always requires you to use the mouse to select text or click on links etc, now compare this with a text file or document where u can easily move around in the page using your arrow keys. The idea behind allowing users to browse webpages using keyboards is also known as Caret Navigation. […]

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What is SweetCron SweetCron, is a self-hosted automated life-streaming CMS / Blogging tool, which creates blog posts in an instant drawing content from your activities on various social sites like Flickr, YouTube, Twitter, StumbleUpon, Tumblr etc. You just have to add the feeds from these sites, do some customization and your posts are automatically created […]

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chrome-dual-pane-split-browser-mode

Have you ever missed the dual-pane split browser add-on for Firefox while using Google Chrome? That is one add-on that allowed you to work with two websites on a single page, increasing your productivity while allowing you to interact with more than one page at a time. If you are missing the functionality here is […]

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Backups are the way of keeping your data safe and secure from disasters, and those include your personal data as well your blog database where you have been writing for days, months or years. We have always opted for hosting providers that provide us access to Shell interfaces using which we can use putty to […]

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ies4linux

Internet Explorer has the highest market share as far as browsers are concerned, and it would be foolish to not make your website compatible with it, but what if you are a Linux user? Should you just switch to Windows for Internet Explorer or for that matter install a virtual machine for a single piece […]

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Gmail has been a pretty strong spam blocker so far, and I use it to route emails to avoid webmail spam for our other email ids too, but there have been some lapses on their part where International characters (non English)  are concerned. Related: How to find if your Gmail Account is Hacked? I received […]

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Sometime back we had introduced you to few bookmarklets that bring in features from Firefox add-ons into Google Chrome, to add to that here are few more bookmarklets that will let you add Google Toolbar features into Google Chrome. To install these bookmarklets, drag the URLs and drop it in your bookmarks bar.

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