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Find Downloads in Firefox

Monday, December 28th, 2009

Cappy from Arkansas asks:

Help! I just downloaded something in Firefox and I forgot where I put it! Is there an easy way?

There sure is! In Firefox, we have the handy-dandy download screen which displays our recent downloads, but what if you need to find the folder where it downloaded to?

Link Facebook and Twitter

Wednesday, December 23rd, 2009

Are you finding it difficult to manage your Twitter and Facebook accounts? If you link up your Twitter and Facebook IDs you will be able to update your status in Twitter when you are using Facebook. You won’t even have to go to Twitter in order to make the change! Are you interested in connecting your Twitter and Facebook accounts? It’s simple! Just follow this guide.… Continue reading

Google Times Four!

Friday, November 27th, 2009

So, one night awhile back some developers were wondering if the domain name “” had been taken. They did a quick look-up and disappointingly found that it had.
This got their brains working, though, and they instead bought the domain name “” instead.

The result?

Yes, that’s four instances of Google (otherwise known as “Googli”) you’re seeing up there!… Continue reading

Customize the Firefox Toolbar

Thursday, November 19th, 2009

Is your Firefox toolbar yawn-worthy? Do you fall asleep sometimes just thinking about how lame it is?

Well, wake up, because today we’re going to snazz it up a bit!

Just click View>Toolbars>Customize. You’ll see this:

Just drag and drop the features you want into Firefox’s toolbar in any order you like to customize. You can add… Continue reading

Search From IE Address Bar

Wednesday, November 11th, 2009

Does the Internet Explorer Address Bar have any hidden talents?

Well, it can’t juggle or anything, but here’s something you may not have known.

It’s getting to the point where Internet Explorer does Web searches all by itself. Almost. You probably already know that you can search the Web from the search box, and even from the web page with Accelerators. Now you… Continue reading

Google Chrome Add-Ons

Monday, November 9th, 2009

I’m a big fan of Google Chrome but I think it’s just too far behind Firefox in terms of add-ons. Is there any way to get Firefox-style add-ons in Chrome?

Absolutely! There are plenty of ways to get that extra functionality out of Chrome. Although I just love the customisation that you can get from Firefox, Google Chrome’s slick interface is… Continue reading

Windows Live Sync

Tuesday, October 27th, 2009

The most noticeable disadvantage in using more than one computer is the fact that your files may be left strewn among them, creating difficulty in knowing where any specific file is located at any point in time. However, this is not a given since there are now alternatives for the synchronization of files and information.

Windows Live Sync is a free Internet based file syncing accommodation which… Continue reading

Google Calendar Pt. 2

Friday, October 23rd, 2009

In the previous article, I focused on the basic benefits of Google Calendar and how to share it with either selected individuals or the entire world. Now that you know with whom you want to share your Google Calendar, it is time to focus on how best to share it.

Share your calendar with your domain

Within your domain, each user can set… Continue reading

No More CAPTCHA in MySpace

Tuesday, October 20th, 2009

Okay, for those of you who may not know exactly what CAPTCHA is, here is a quick refresher. CAPTCHA is a unique image of letters, number, symbols or a combination of all three that web designers use to make sure it is a real person who is trying to access the website or account and not a bot. Some websites may even go as far as to give you a… Continue reading

Google Calendar Pt. 1

Thursday, October 15th, 2009

Google Calendar is a free web application offered by the Internet mogul, Google, that allows you to easily publish and share events with friends, family, and coworkers. Whether you are business minded and need to share reservations, appointments, meetings, conferences and trade shows or simply popular and your daily activities attract a huge number of followers your calendar can easily be shared with limited or full accessibility and with selected… Continue reading

Opera 10 Features

Tuesday, October 13th, 2009

In addition to popular browsing software like Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox, Opera has its own loyal users worldwide and has proven to be an efficient tool for surfing the net, browsing pages online and taking a deeper look into cyber-space. The latest release of the program which is version 10 arrived recently and you might want to check it out.

To download the latest release of… Continue reading

Bing: A Decision Engine

Tuesday, October 6th, 2009

If you’ve been on Hotmail recently you’ve probably noticed that Live Search is no more! It’s been replaced by Bing (, which, according to Microsoft, is a “decision engine”. Once again, the software giant has rebranded its search engine, completely separating it from the Windows Live group of services. Let’s take a look inside!

Traditionally, search engines have just been a method of finding the material you… Continue reading

MySpace E-mail

Monday, October 5th, 2009

Here’s something new for all you MySpace lovers! MySpace email has finally arrived, so now there is no reason to leave the MySpace website to get your mail! You can even have your very own MySpace email address, like!

Receive and send out email messages to any one with an email address, just like regular email. They don’t have to be a member of MySpace, either!… Continue reading

Ctrl+F to Search

Monday, October 5th, 2009

Are you looking down the barrel of an exceedingly long web page? That’s fine if you’ve got time to spare, but there is a better/faster way!

In most web browsers, all you have to do is hit the key combination Ctrl+F. This will bring up a search box where you can input the phrase you’re looking for. You can also go to Edit>Find, if you’re a bigger… Continue reading

Delete Drop-Down History

Thursday, October 1st, 2009

We all know that we can delete our browsing history in an instant, but what about singular items in the address bar drop-down list? I had a reader ask me this the other day, so here’s how!

In Internet Explorer:
Expand the drop-down using the small arrow to the right of the address bar and highlight the site you’d like to remove. You’ll see a little… Continue reading

Monday, September 28th, 2009

The website is a project from Microsoft Live Labs. The main aim of seadragon website is to change the way we have been using screens to display images. Images can be viewed in wall-size displays and all the way down to mobile phones enabling smooth browsing of graphics and photos regardless of the amount of data or the bandwidth of the network.… Continue reading

Straight to Print

Monday, September 28th, 2009

What if you come across a picture on a web page that you want to print, but not save? With Internet Explorer just right-click the image and select “Print Picture“.

With Firefox you need to right-click and choose “View Image” to bring the picture up in its own window, then you can print the page.

There… Continue reading

Firefox Security Add-ons

Friday, September 25th, 2009

Mozilla’s Firefox has grown popular among many frequent Internet users and bloggers. Now one of the most favored amongst web browsers, it is known for its reliability, ease to work with and customization. Many users are switching over from older Internet browsers like Internet Explorer to Firefox. Like any other Internet browser, it is important for Firefox to be kept secure at all times and protected from viruses and malicious… Continue reading

Mouse Browse

Thursday, September 24th, 2009

If you have a mouse with a scroll wheel on it, here’s a cool trick. Try Holding the Shift Key on your keyboard and then spin the mouse wheel. In both Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox you’ll go forward or back a page depending on which way you spun the wheel! How cool is that?

Give it a try. Open up… Continue reading

Advanced Google Image Search

Tuesday, September 15th, 2009

Google Image has announced the search options panel a few months ago. Now there are some more improved features.

1.Search by Style options:

Searching for a perfect image that could match the style we expect will be a daunting task. We have already seen image search that contain faces only in our article a few months before. Google Image has come out with photo search… Continue reading

Define it With Google

Friday, September 11th, 2009

Need a quick word definition? Go to Google and type “define:” (without the quotes) followed by the word. So, if you want to know what “gigabyte” means, just type in “define: gigabyte” (again, without quotes) and hit the Search Button. You’ll get a list drawn from several sites. Check it out!

~Andrew… Continue reading

Firefox add-ons for Media

Wednesday, September 9th, 2009

Below is a list of some free extensions for Firefox that will really help on media websites. From the ability to downloading what you want to making navigation easier those who enjoy their online media have to check them all out.


With the help of this add on you can download all of part a web page. You can… Continue reading

Delete Favorites

Wednesday, September 9th, 2009

It happens, we add tons of sites into our favorites/bookmark menus and we’re left with a giant mess. Heck, most of the sites you added are not even in service anymore! You’ve organized them and you’ve dragged and dropped them before, but what about just straight-up deleting them?

How do you do that?

Easy! Perhaps so easy that most of you probably know how… Continue reading

Is Online Education Right for you?

Thursday, August 27th, 2009

Online learning, also known as electronic learning, distance learning, and online education, can be simply defined as technology assisted learning. The definition of online learning also depends on the context in which it is used. In most schools, online learning refers to a course or program where students study online and rarely, if ever, meet with each other or have access to physical campus facilities.

Cooliris 1.11

Friday, August 21st, 2009

Are you looking to looking to spice up and add some excitement to your Internet browsing? One place that doesn’t have to be so cut and dry is viewing pictures and video. Instead of this boring old image search:

How does this look? Well trust me, it is so much more fun and enjoyable! Today, I present to you, Cooliris, a neat new… Continue reading

IE8 Speed Tweak

Friday, August 21st, 2009

Has anyone else out there noticed that Internet Explorer 8 is a little on the poky side? I’m just so used to Firefox zinging into action so fast, that when I load up IE8 to test something it feels like a decade before the first site loads!

So, I was trolling the Internet looking around for some possible solutions and found this one I’d like to share… Continue reading

Google Chrome 3.0 Beta Updates

Tuesday, August 18th, 2009

There’s a brand new Beta for Google Chrome which comes with the following updates:

1.) The Beta release shows 30% improvement over the current stable channel release

Improvements in the most loved and most used features of Google Chrome:
New Tab page

Added style with colors, patterns and images

HTML… Continue reading

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