Archive for the ‘How To’ Category

You want to play a high-end 3D game. You go to the stores and buy it paying few bucks and come home. The next thing you’ll do is open the computer and install it on your desktop or notebook. After the installation is over you’ll definitely run the game. But, puff the screen goes black, white, shows error, your pc goes insane. You again go back to your CD cover and check out minimum system requirements. You find that you’ve latest hardware configuration but even though your pc is finding hard to run the game.

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Windows: The popular BitTorrent client uTorrent released a beta build of uTorrent Web Beta, a no-configuration tool that allows you to remotely access and control uTorrent from any web browser.

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We all love Google and its very famous web mail service, Gmail. I think that Gmail is the best email client as compared to others. Even I had tried lots of other services too but I always came back to Gmail. And after Google enabled the sidebar gadget service in last October, I proudly become the loyal user of Gmail. The best part is these gadgets really worked well on my Gmail sidebar and they don’t even clutter the interface.

Everyday lots of applications are made by Google and third-parties to add tons of functionality to Gmail and to make it a one platform for all.

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If you’ve forgot the password of your instant messenger account or you just want to crack your girlfriends password, use MessenPass. It works with: Windows Live Messenger, Yahoo Messenger, Google Talk, ICQ Lite, Trillian, Digsby and many other clients.

MessenPass Download Page

Recently I had a chance to spend some quality time with the folks at Bitly, getting to know more about their terrific service. There’s a wealth of data there if you dig in. Not all of my Twitter clients integrate with the Bitly API yet, but I find myself seeking out apps that do allow me to enter my account info since it gives me rich analytics and (hopefully) insights into how I can be more effective.

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I’m always amazed that more people don’t know the little tricks you can use to get more out of a simple Google search. Here are 19 of my favorites

  1. Use the “site:” operator to limit searches to a particular site. I use this one all the time, and it’s particularly handy because many site’s built-in search tools don’t return the results you’re looking for (and some sites don’t even have a search feature). If I’m looking for NetWidZ..! posts about iPhone, for example, I could try this search: iPhone site:netwidz.com.

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I conduct pretty much all of my business online. I use a dozen different web applications on a daily basis. I rely on these tools to get my work done, which makes it absolutely crucial that I do everything I can to protect my information. I do my best to find trustworthy applications, but in the end, some of my security comes down to something I do for myself — choosing good passwords.

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Looking for a way to display song lyrics in Windows Media Player? Today we look at a very simple method to accomplish this with Lyrics Plugin for Windows Media Player.

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Are you looking for ways to improve the playback of your media in Windows Media Player 12? We’ll show you how to do that by using the enhancements in WMP 12.

If you are in Library mode, you’ll need to click the icon at the lower right to switch to Now Playing mode.
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