Archive for August 2014

Google Chrome is one of the most widely used web browser out there. It has steadily grown in popularity since its release in 2008. With its simple and minimalist, yet feature-filled interface, no wonder users are ditching their old browsers in its favor. Google Chrome has a lot of hidden features that can hugely enhance…

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Whenever you spot an inexperienced PC user who struggles looking for a specific information on a long webpage by using the down arrow key on their keyboard or worse, running their eyes down to manually look for it, you’re itching to help them out and teach them a thing or two on how to make…

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Keyboard shortcuts are keys or key combinations that you can press on your keyboard in order to perform a variety of tasks. In fact, it’s considered as the lifeblood of many productive Mac users. For those who are not yet in the know, these are combinations of simultaneous key presses that perform certain actions as…

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Cloud-based products provide a number of benefits to people who own a small business, not the least of which is saving money in the long run. If you’re one of these small-time business entrepreneurs, you may want to consider migrating to the cloud the next time you’re going to prepare your annual budget. In contrast…

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A lot of people use Dropbox because it was one of the first big-name file-syncing services around. But even though you may be already using this service, do you keep your files organized, your photos sharable, and your music accessible to you anywhere? The following are some simple yet straightforward steps on how you can…

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OneDrive formerly known as SkyDrive allows you to easily share photos, videos, files, documents, and so much more, anywhere, on any device for free. And with Microsoft’s recent announcement that they will be increasing the free storage space upon sign up from 7 GB to 15 GB, what more can you ask for. Not only…

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Facebook recently announced that it will start sharing app and web browsing history it collects to advertisers in order to display more targeted ads. Basically, Facebook will be using your browsing history; including non-Facebook sites you visit, to benefit advertisers. This announcement was made under the guise of making ads better by giving you more…

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