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[Tutorial] How To Read Amazon E-Books On Your Computer Or Android Device

[Tutorial] How To Read Amazon E-Books On Your Computer Or Android Device

To read and access e-books you do not have to own an Amazon Kindle! With free Kindle application that runs on Windows, but also on iOS and Android smartphones and tablets, you’ll be able to manage your library and read books on any device or computer. With this phenomenal and easy to use app you can quickly access to the Amazon Kindle store and in this tutorial we will guide you trough setup on Windows and Android.

By On October 3, 2012 Respond
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[Tutorial] How To Customize Your Twitter Profile Header

[Tutorial] How To Customize Your Twitter Profile Header

Twitter has added a new feature that allows you to customize your profile header background image. With this new feature you can customize your profile page as you wish and make it more unique. Continue reading this tutorial to find out how to access this option and customize your own profile header.

By On October 3, 2012 Respond
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[Tutorial] How To Opt Out Of Facebook’s Online and Offline Tracking

[Tutorial] How To Opt Out Of Facebook’s Online and Offline Tracking

To improve its advertisement system Facebook has partnered with data Collection Company called Datalogix. You probably wonder why this is important to you… Well if you care about your online privacy, you should know that this program uses information from programs such as loyalty cards and then pairs online data with offline data, putting your online privacy at huge risk. However you can easily opting out of this service and in this tutorial, I will show you how to do it.

By On October 3, 2012 Respond
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[Tutorial] How To Safely Un-mount Android SD Card Before Removing It

[Tutorial] How To Safely Un-mount Android SD Card Before Removing It

One of biggest mistakes most smartphone or tablet users make when replacing their SD cards is not performing the right removal procedure which cause a data loss from their SD cards. In this tutorial I will show you how to safely unmount your SD card and then pull it out from your smartphone or tablet.

By On October 1, 2012 Respond
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[Tutorial] How To Use RAM Memory More Efficiently & Increase Speed – Windows

[Tutorial] How To Use RAM Memory More Efficiently & Increase Speed – Windows

Today we can show you how to make Windows 7 or Windows Vista more responsive by changing various system parameters. The changes were gone make will be affecting RAM memory because by default Windows Vista and Windows 7 use only 512 KB of RAM as a buffer for its exchange with the hard disk. If you have at least 1 GB of RAM, you can increase the amount of memory: which will increase the speed of reading and writing files. You can also limit the data exchange with the hard drive and save time by keeping the Windows kernel into RAM.

By On October 1, 2012 Respond
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[Tutorial] How To Quickly Launch Programs With Aliases In Windows

[Tutorial] How To Quickly Launch Programs With Aliases In Windows

Thanks to the search field located in Windows Start menu you can search for a file, software, path or anything that’s located in your Windows. To go faster, you can create aliases for your favorite programs by entering a few letters of the abbreviated name of your software, which you can after execute much quicker and in this tutorial I will show you how to do that.

By On October 1, 2012 Respond
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[Tips] Make Your Android Smartphone Look Like an iPhone 5

[Tips] Make Your Android Smartphone Look Like an iPhone 5

Making Android phone interface look like Apple’s iPhone is nothing new. Recently we had a chance to meet with a project called Espier Launcher which did a pretty good conversion but it was still missing something to make us feel like we are using a real iOS on our Android smartphone. This is probably the reason why one user from XDA-Developers deiced to make its own version and today we are presenting you app called Fake iPhone 5.

By On October 1, 2012 Respond
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[Tutorial] How To Limit Live App Tile Updates Data Usage – Windows 8

[Tutorial] How To Limit Live App Tile Updates Data Usage – Windows 8

In the new version of Windows, Microsoft have incorporated a new interface called Metro which shows a touch friendly home screen which shows rows with tiles. Many of those tiles are interactive and shows images or app logos and they are constantly updated in order to display latest information’s and images. Although they look nice they are constantly updated over internet and if you are using mobile broadband data network you most likely using monthly data limitation. As you can imagine these tiles can drain all your monthly limitations, so it is recommended to limit the amount of data that Windows 8 uses to update live app tiles and in this tutorial I will show you how to do that.

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[Tutorial] How To Restart Windows Explorer in Windows 8 Without Reboot

[Tutorial] How To Restart Windows Explorer in Windows 8 Without Reboot

Like in all previous Microsoft Windows versions it can happen that desktop interface freeze up. If something like that happens to you in Windows 8, the first thing you should do is restart Windows Explorer and in this tutorial I will show you how to do that without rebooting full system.

By On September 30, 2012 Respond
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Keyboard Shortcuts That Will Make Your Life Easy On Twitter

Keyboard Shortcuts That Will Make Your Life Easy On Twitter

Today, I want to share some keyboard shortcuts that makes my life on Twitter a lot easier. Although there are not too many of them, they can be quite useful. For example, I can send direct messages or add tweets to favorites without having to raise my hands from the keyboard. And, I will tell you about 5 of the most useful Twitter keyboard shortcuts.

By On September 30, 2012 Respond
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[Tutorial] How To Encrypt Files and Folders in Windows 8

[Tutorial] How To Encrypt Files and Folders in Windows 8

Security of computers and files is something we should always take care of, especially if those computers are shared with many people. Almost every week we hear about large-scale hacking attacks, and time to time information on large hacking cartels cashing from stealing people’s personal and financial data also surface. The counter measures are simple – stay as secure as you can. Along with using internet security suites, try to keep your data secure, possibly by encrypting those. In this tutorial I will show you how to do that in Windows 8 easily.

By On September 30, 2012 Respond
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[Tutorial] How To Perform Secure Format On Your Hard Drive

[Tutorial] How To Perform Secure Format On Your Hard Drive

If you plan to sell or give away your hard drive or USB drive, the next owner can recover all files that you had stored on it. These may include your bank accounts, confidential reports, personal files etc. To permanently delete all data from your hard drive, you must perform a secure format. Writing random data on the hard disk, and then deleting and rewriting those several times will make data recovery impossible and in this tutorial we will guide you through the entire process.

By On September 30, 2012 Respond
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[Tutorial] How To Run Internet Explorer 10 In Classic Window – Windows 8

[Tutorial] How To Run Internet Explorer 10 In Classic Window – Windows 8

Windows 8 is just around the corner, or at least its official release, and while many of you are still struggling with new Windows 8 interface and its applications, we all agree that changes are a bit too large to handle all at once, compared with previous Windows version. Many of Windows 8 applications will open in its own “interface” and they look like a bit cut of from actual Windows however with few modifications inside the options you can easily lunch apps like you did in Windows 7. This is the case of Internet Explorer 10 too, and in this tutorial I will show you how to lunch Internet Explorer 10 in normal window.

By On September 30, 2012 Respond
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Diferent Ways To Use Your USB Drive

Diferent Ways To Use Your USB Drive

We all know USB drive, they allow us to store a large amounts of data, they are easy to transport and they are getting smaller and economic. But with the growing popularity of cloud storage services we have almost forgot about these small devices; however many of you don’t know that they can have many different uses beyond simple storage and in this article we will cover only few of them which may be very handy to you.

By On September 29, 2012 Respond
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[Tutorial] How To Easily Move Software From One Drive To Another – Windows

[Tutorial] How To Easily Move Software From One Drive To Another – Windows

Your main hard drive is running out of space and you need to uninstall some of your software in order to get some additional free space? In this tutorial I will show you how you can still use your software on your computer without uninstalling it and also get free extra space on your main hard drive. With the free app for Windows called Steam Mover, you can easily move your software on a second hard drive who has enough disk space, and use them as if nothing had happened.

By On September 19, 2012 Respond
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