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[Tutorial] How To Move Your Mozilla Firefox Cache Memory

[Tutorial] How To Move Your Mozilla Firefox Cache Memory

In one of my previous articles I have showed you how to change the location of your Google Chrome cache, today I will show you how to do the same thing inside Mozilla Firefox. Used for each page load, the cache of your web browser is by default located on your primary hard drive or SSD which is logical because of the large number of reads/writes. However if you have more than 2GB of memory, you can place the Firefox cache in the RAM memory of your PC. Items loading from the cache will be accelerated and you lower the usage of your SSD or hard drive.

By On May 7, 2012 Respond
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[Tutorial] How To Take Screenshot Of An Android Phone In Windows 7

[Tutorial] How To Take Screenshot Of An Android Phone In Windows 7

If you are writing tutorials for Android phone, like those you can find at TheTechJournal, you probably want to take few screen captures of your Android phone pane and explain some steps user need to perform. In this tutorial I will show you how to take screenshots of your Android phone under Windows 7 and using Android SDK.

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[Tutorial] How To Safely Remove USB Drives Just By Unplugging It – Windows 7

[Tutorial] How To Safely Remove USB Drives Just By Unplugging It – Windows 7

When ever you want to unplug/disconnect your USB drive or external hard drive from your desktop or laptop computer, from Windows system tray you always need to choose Safely Remove Hardware. The main reason why you should do this is to make sure Windows is not busy reading from or writing to the drive when you want to remove it. If you do this without using Safely Remove Hardware option you could damage your drive. However with just few simply modifications in Windows you can easily bypass this options and avoid those extra click when you are removing your drive.

By On May 6, 2012 Respond
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[Tips] Necessary Apps To Protect Your Android Smartphone

[Tips] Necessary Apps To Protect Your Android Smartphone

With so many advaced features Androids, iPhones and Windows smartphones offers, they become indispensable in our daily life. However with all this it raises new issues in terms of security of our personal and professional data. Surprisingly, there is a very little literature on the subject. In this TheTechJournal tutorial, I will give you my own tips and suggestions on which apps you should be using on your Android phone in order to be sure you data is safe and secure.

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[Tutorial] How To Block A Website In All Web Browsers – Windows

[Tutorial] How To Block A Website In All Web Browsers – Windows

Blocking websites has become commonplace now because of parental control or for any other reason. Browsers offer add-ons which can effectively block any web site you choose, unfortunately, if the idea is to be unnoticed (e.g. because of your children which can easily disable the addon) there is an alternative way to achieve this goal in any Windows version and in this tutorial I will show you how.

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[Tutorial] How To Make Mozilla Firefox Address Bar Transparent

[Tutorial] How To Make Mozilla Firefox Address Bar Transparent

When you enter a keyword in the Mozilla Firefox address bar, it offers a drop-down list of sites you’ve surfed. You can make the background of this list slightly transparent, as is the case in Google Chrome, simply by changing the browser settings and in this tutorial I will show you how to do that.

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[Tutorial] How To Secure Your Google Account Using Google Authenticator

[Tutorial] How To Secure Your Google Account Using Google Authenticator

To protect your Google account (Gmail, Calendar, Google+, Documents, etc.) against keyloggers and people who try to steal your password, you can enable validation in two steps. In addition to your regular password, a single-use code sent by SMS to your phone or generated by the Google Authenticator will be required. Without this code you or anyone else wont be able to access your account. With validation in two steps, you have several methods for securing your Google Account. In this complete tutorial I will show you how to setup this service in order to protect your Google account.

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[Tutorial] Manage File Compression More Easily With 7-zip In Windows

[Tutorial] Manage File Compression More Easily With 7-zip In Windows

Since Windows XP, Windows includes basic tools for managing compressed files in ZIP format. From the explorer, it is possible to extract files and folders within a ZIP archive and create your own archives. You can group files together in a single compressed file, multiple files and folders on your hard drive. And since it is compressed, the archive takes up less space than the original files which is much easier send or upload it on the web. But Windows only supports ZIP archives and does not include advanced features such as cutting archives into several pieces, encryption and protection of archives, management of compression and use of the command line. With the free tool called 7-Zip, you will be able to add features such as creating self-extracting archive and verifying the integrity of your archives directly inside Windows Explorer. This complete tutorial will help you understand all those steps.

By On May 5, 2012 Respond
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[Tutorial] How To Share A Gmail Account With Multiple Users

[Tutorial] How To Share A Gmail Account With Multiple Users

Because it is not very secure to give your password to another person when you want to allow them to access your Gmail account and send or receive email on your behalf, you can simply connect their Google account with yours and grant the access to your email. Guest users can read, send and delete messages but can not change your account settings and in this tutorial I will show you how to make this setup.

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[Tutorial] How To Export The Birthdays Of Your Facebook Friends Into Your Organizer

[Tutorial] How To Export The Birthdays Of Your Facebook Friends Into Your Organizer

Facebook allows you to export the list of birthdays of your Facebook friends into your organizer. For this, your organizer must support the .ics calendar format, which is the case of Google Calendar, iCal, Mozilla Thunderbird, Outlook, etc…

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[Complete Guide] How To Repair Windows XP Startup

[Complete Guide] How To Repair Windows XP Startup

If you having problems starting your computer with Windows XP because it won’t boot at all, there could be plenty of reason for that to happen. In this tutorial I will cover some of most frequent techniques you can use in order to fix your Windows XP or in some cases even newer versions and make your Windows boot and start again without any kind of problems.

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[Tutorial] How To Integrate Facebook Into Gmail

[Tutorial] How To Integrate Facebook Into Gmail

You want to track new content from your Facebook friends right with in Gmail? No problems, using a simple plug-in, you can integrate Facebook and Gmail to quickly access all of your Facebook information’s and in this tutorial I will show you how to do that.

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[Tutorial] How To Enable Private Browsing In Android

[Tutorial] How To Enable Private Browsing In Android

If you did followed some of my previous tutorials you probably noticed that I have wrote an article on how to enable private browsing in many different browsers including Google Chrome using incognito mode. However Android users are not able to use Google Chrome yet, and because of that they don’t have a choice to use private browsing too. But using the Dolphin HD Browser this limitation can be bypassed and in this tutorial I will show you how to do that.

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[Tutorial] How To Add A Drive Letter To Google Drive In Windows

[Tutorial] How To Add A Drive Letter To Google Drive In Windows

Using Google Drive shortcut to upload your files to Google Cloud online is nothing complicate, but for some users using a drive letter can be more convenient and that’s why in this tutorial I will show you how to map one of your Google Drive accounts as a drive letter in Windows 7. Thanks to a small program called Visual Subst this procedure is quite easy and quick.

By On May 4, 2012 Respond
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[Tutorial] How To Automatically Share Updates From Pinterest On Facebook

[Tutorial] How To Automatically Share Updates From Pinterest On Facebook

With more and more people using Pinterest it is obvious that many of you will ask yourself how to automatically publish my updates from Pinterest on my Facebook wall. Achieving this goal is not that hard and in this tutorial I will show you how to connect your Pinterest and Facebook profile and keep all your activities from Pinterest visible on Facebook.

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