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Is your ISP limiting your Internet connection even through you’re paying for more? Here’s how to find out. Continue reading

The copy and paste function in Lore’s Outlook isn’t working. We help troubleshoot. Continue reading

The blue screen of death is the most dreaded error screen on Windows, caused by a sudden failure of any hardware or system level software. Here’s some advice for troubleshooting the BSoD. Continue reading

Manage Emails with Filters in Gmail

Wednesday, May 16th, 2012

Filters are an amazing way to take control of your incoming mails in Gmail. With filters, you can sort mail into different folders as and when they arrive. This sorting is done automatically, and creating a filter is just a one-time process. Continue reading

Here’s a Google Chrome history replacement that does a good job at replacing the built in History function. It’s called History 2. Continue reading

Most (but not all) fonts try to portray a zero as an oval with a sharp top and bottom and flat sides. An O will have a broadly rounded top and bottom. Continue reading

There are many ways to clear the browsing history in Google Chrome. This article covers the two main methods. Continue reading

This is a guide to change or edit APN settings on Android. This will let you add a new APN manually and configure existing APNs on any Android phone. Continue reading

How to Add a Speed Dial to Firefox

Tuesday, February 21st, 2012

Speed dial is a feature that puts your favorite websites in a neatly arranged display. It is like bookmarks, but of websites you visit every day and frequently. This eliminates the need to remember domains or to type them, and serializes your work on the Internet. Continue reading

To create a bootable USB thumb drive, you will need a thumb drive that has at least 4 GB of space and you will need the contents of your Windows ISO file. Here’s a guide to follow. Continue reading

Virtual Clone Drive

Wednesday, January 18th, 2012

At times, we might need to extract ISO files to view their contents, or to extract specific files from them. This can be done using Virtual Clone Drive. Continue reading

Teamviewer is available for Windows, Mac, Linux and for mobile devices as well. This means, you can access a Windows PC from Linux or a Mac from any mobile device. Continue reading

How to Defragment the Pagefile in Windows 7

Tuesday, November 29th, 2011

Today, we are going to see how to defragment the pagefile in Windows 7. A fragmented pagefile can slow down your computer and reduce performance. Continue reading

The C drive hosts out entire operating system, but some other files are also created on the C drive, which eat up additional space. One of them is the pagefile. Here is how you can move the pagefile to a new location. Continue reading

If your computer cannot run Firefox 5 in hardware acceleration mode, try disabling hardware acceleration with this tip! Continue reading

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