• Send Large Files By E-mail

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    If you are a free Hotmail, Yahoo, or G-mail user, you will know that sending large files by e-mail can be a major problem. Most of the major e-mail providers don’t allow attachments of files which are larger than 10mb. Here is a list of e-mail service providers who allow attachments of larger files: DropSend Lite DropSend offers a free service which allows attachments of files upto 2GB in size. However, the free service does have certain limitations. For example, there is a limit of 5 sends per month and a maximum number of 1 recipient is allowed per email.

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  • How to Avoid Viruses when Downloading Files

    Computer users may be exposed to hidden malware or viruses if they happen to download files through torrents, file sharing programs and file hosting sites. Files obtained through these means may have hidden viruses built into them and once the viruses get into the system, they can severely damage the user’s computer. In addition, personal information about the user may be exposed to potential identity thieves. The good news is that it is very easy to protect oneself from these hidden threats. The first step to avoiding viruses from automatically getting downloaded to the computer is to ensure that an

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  • DataWind Tablets – So Cheap That Even the Kids can Afford One

    Ever heard of Tablets that cost only $37.99? Well, now you have heard. Such affordable tablets are being introduced by a company called DataWind. DataWind’s UbiSlate Tablets have been a huge hit in India and have overtaken tablet sales by surprise, even surpassing iPad sales. The UbiSlate run on Android operating system and has voice call capability. Here are some features of the $37.99 Tablet: Model UbiSlate 7Ci Runs on Android 4.0.3 Processor: Cortex A8 1GHz Capacitive touchscreen 7″ Screen 4 GB Memory, Micro SD. Memory Expandable to 32GB. This is trully awesome. 512 MB RAM WiFi Capable with WEB

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  • Activate GodMode for Windows 7 and Windows 8

    There is a cool feature on Windows 7 and Windows 8 called GodMode which will enable a user to quickly and easily access a huge amount of system maintenance and administrative tools all in one place. It is one of the hidden features of Windows and can be easily activated. Step 1: Create a New Folder on your Desktop Step 2: Name the folder GodMode{ED7BA470-8E54-465E-825C-99712043E01C}. As soon as you rename the folder, the string of letter and numbers will disappear and the folder icon will be changed. Step 3: Double click on the icon and you will see all the

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  • InboxCube Review – An App that Makes E-mail Visually Appealing

    InboxCube seems to be a promising app which will provide a different approach to e-mailing for iPhone and iPad users. The app beautifully organizes e-mails, attachments and contacts in “cubes” to make e-mail viewing more visual. Undoubtedly, e-mail was one of the first means of communication over the Internet and remains as one of the most common method of exchanging information to date. I have been an web e-mail user since 1995 and have been very pleased to see the constant improvements Yahoo, Gmail and Hotmail, etc have made over the years. Unfortunately, not too many good free choices are

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  • Pros and Cons of Amazon Delivery Drones

    Amazon recently announced the introduction of unmanned drones to deliver products within 30 minutes of ordering. This is certainly going to revolutionize the shipping industry and at the same time create a lot of concerns over safety and privacy of customers. Like all new technologies, the process will be improved over the years and this may just very well start a new era of delivery system. Here is a look at some of the pros and cons of the delivery drones. Pros: Faster Delivery Time: Delivery within 30 minutes can be compared to a purchase made physically at the store.

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  • Excel Merge and Center Icon is Grayed Out, Not Functional

    Question: All of a sudden my Excel’s Merge and Center icon became grayed out. I cannot activate it at all. Is there anything I can do to make it work? I am using Excel 2010. Answer: There are several reasons which can cause this to happen: 1. Editing option has been turned on for multiple users: When this happens, several options will be disabled by Excel. If you happen to use Excel mostly at work in a network environment, then there is a possibility that this feature may get turned on by a network user. To disable this feature click on:

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  • Nelson Mandela Inspirational Screensaver – Download Free

    Here is a free screensaver created as a tribute to a great man who lived on this earth. Click on the picture to download.

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  • Become a Pro Fisherman by Learning Fishing Online

    I recently got into fishing and what can I say, I am totally hooked! It’s a nice past time with the family and a great escape from the everyday hussle. I used to fish with my father as a kid back in the days, however, wasn’t very much into it. In terms of experience, I was a totally novice fisherman. However, that is not the case anymore. Thanks to some superb individuals on the Internet, I have been able to garnish my knowledge of fishing to a level which even some pros envy. Pros meaning, my father and his friends. From

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  • How to Delete or Uninstall Apps in iPad and iPad Mini

    Perform the following actions if you wish to uninstall or delete any apps on iPad or iPad mini: Touch and hold the icon of the app that you wish to delete Wait until all the icon start jiggling and “x” appear on top of every icon Press the “x” area Confirm Delete What happens if you do not see the “x” on top of the icons? You just have to enable Deleting Apps. Here is how it is done: Tap Settings Tap General Tap Restrictions Turn on Deleting Apps Once you return back to the home screen, pressing and holding

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  • Paul Walker Tribute – Download Free Screensaver

    Like you, we were also a great fan of late Paul Walker. Here is our way to remember this great actor and a good human being. Click on the picture below to download the screensaver.

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  • How to Add Useful Shortcuts on Windows Task Bar

    Question: I have seen a colleague of mine who has links to the Desktop items and various folders on his taskbar. He is able to quickly access certain folders without having to use Windows Explorer. How do I add those features to my taskbar? I am using Windows 7. Answer: Perhaps you are asking about the following: Enabling Desktop and Links toolbars on the taskbar can be very productive as it will eliminate the need to browse through folders using the traditional Windows Explorer. To enable these toolbars, perform the following actions: Right Click on any empty spot on the

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  • How to Reduce MS Word Document File Size by Compressing Images

    Question: I am creating a word document for my project which has several images. The file size is turning out to be 32 mb. I am unable to email such a large file. Is there a way I can reduce the file size? Answer: Yes, MS Word offers an option to compress image size which will greatly reduce your document’s file size. The steps are outlined below: Step 1: Click on the image. From the menu, click on Format tab located under Picture Tools Step 2: Click on Compress Pictures option. Step 3: The following prompt window will pop up.

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  • How to Enable Editing for Word Documents Which Have Limited Formatting Rights

    Question: I have a possession of a MS Word document (form) which has restricted areas and no formatting rights whatsoever. The document does not need to have these controls anymore. Is there anyway I can get rid of all the restrictions and enable formatting rights? I can type in the fields but cannot edit any text; I cannot even change font size, bold or even check spelling. Answer: Formatting rights for these controlled Word documents can be done by saving the file in Opendocument Text format. Assuming you are using MS Word 2007 or later, this can be done by opening the restricted word file

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  • How to Take a Quick Screen Shot of the Screen

    Question: Is there an easy way to grab screen shots of the screen without having to deal with any fancy graphic designing software? Answer: Yes! There are several ways.  Screen capturing is great way for taking digital notes (grabbing a map location, taking a snapshot of an important document, etc). 1. Windows 7 Snipping Tool: This tool provided with Windows 7 by far the easiest tool to use for capturing screen shots. Simply, run the Snipping Tool program, click and drag a section of the screen which you wish to capture and then Save/Copy/Paste to your liking. You have the option to highlight

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  • Too Many Pop-up Windows Showing up While I Surf the Internet

    Question: Help, my browser opens up too many pop up windows full of junk while I surf. Is there any way to get rid of this? Answer: Yes, absolutely. The following steps will get rid of pop-up ads once and for all. Step 1: Download a safe broswer, we recommend Firefox. Step 2: If you have Firefox installed, click on Tools -> Addons -> Choose Extension Tab from the left menu bar. Search for Adblock Plus and download the Extension. Step 3: Restart Firefox and congratulations, you are one step closer to getting rid of millions of pop-up ads from

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  • How to Enable Video Conference in Lync 2010 Without a Webcam

    In an office environment, Microsoft Lync is a versatile communication software which can be quite productive. From instant messaging to video conferencing, Lync can simplify communication between team members. Those individuals who have a designated business laptop can video conference without a worry. However, those who have designated desktops without webcams, may face difficulty starting a conference. The following tutorial will demonstrate how to join a video conference to atleast see the streaming video. Obviously, desktop users without a webcam will not be able to show their side of the video but often, they cannot even start a video call

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  • Teksavvy High Speed Cable Internet Review

    Why Teksavvy? I had been a loyal customer of Teksavvy DSL Internet service for several years until the speed went to near zero mbps/sec and their customer service failed to find any root cause. I was on a 5 mbps/sec plan and had a consistent speed of atleast 2 mbps/sec for few years before it hit a mere 0.45 mbps/sec. Life became miserable all of a sudden and a change was required. After looking through many other service providers, I finally decided to switch to Cable Internet. Acanac at the time was offering $39.95 per month for 25 mbps Cable

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  • Great Deals on Antivirus, Starting at only $6.90, Kaspersky, Mcafee, Norton

    Looking for an Antivirus? Here are some great deals for McAfee, Kaspersky, Norton and more. Save upto 90% from the retail price. Happy shopping. New McAfee Internet Security 2013 – 3PCs for only $6.90 Best price in town. 2013 is coming to an end, however, once installed, an one year subscription will be granted. Click here to buy. Free shipping to USA. Brand New Kaspersky Anti-virus 2014 – $14.99 Kaspersky is an award winning Anti Virus software which ranks amongst the best anti virus software in the world. Get your copy for only $14.99 from eBay. The price includes Free

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  • 10 Free Must Have Android Apps for Students

    Today smartphones and tablets have become part of our lives. Aside from making phone calls, checking Facebook status or sending a tweet, smartphones can be quite useful for students. Here are some must have apps for students of all ages. ConvertPad Unit Converter – An all-in-one unit converter which is free and easy to use. This app will make the life of a math and science student a little easier. The app features a real time unit conversion and calculation. The following categories of conversions are included: Length/Distance, Weight/Mass, Area, Volume/Capacity, Currency, Temperature, Fuel Consumption, Velocity/Speed, Flow, Steam Tables, Enthalpy,

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  • 3D Printers are Real! Take Printing to the Next Level

    Is there such a thing a a 3D Printer? Yes, the futuristic concept of creating 3D objects in real life is already available to general public. In reality, the printers were first created back in the 1980’s. However, in those days, 3D printers were very costly and were used by specific industries. In the present day, full featured 3D Printers are available for around $2000. In fact, the price is about to take a huge turn when the Peachy Printer comes to the market. Peachy Printer is3D printer which will be valued at only $100. The low price will make

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  • Beautiful Free Sunset Screensaver for Windows

    Very peaceful sunset screensaver for Windows including Windows 7 and Windows 8. Give your monitor a gift of serene and peaceful animated atmosphere. Click Here to Download the Beautiful Sunset Screensaver

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  • Free 3D Wall Clock Screensaver for Windows

    Here is a nice free 3D wall clock screensaver for Windows, including Windows 7 and Windows 8. The screensaver shows real time in a nice brick wall environment. Click Here to Download the Free 3D Wall Clock Screensaver

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  • Free 3D Rotating Earth Screensaver

    Free 3D rotating Blue Earth screensaver for Windows, including Windows 7 and Windows 8. This 3D screensaver will certainly give an added touch and beautify your monitor. Click Here to Download the 3D Rotating Earth Screensaver

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