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How To Store Thousands Of Password With Password Manager

How To Store Thousands Of Password With Password Manager

Remembering one password is easy. Remembering hundreds of passwords is not easy. Even though I have discussed the way to remember thousands of passwords easily, plenty of people still balk at the idea of having to remember so many passwords. So what is the alternative solution? The answer is using a password manager.

New WordPress Plugin: WP Widget Changer

New WordPress Plugin: WP Widget Changer

WordPress is really an excellent blogging software which anyone can just plug and play. It is easy to install and use and plenty of useful features to aid in anyone blogging needs. One of the great feature is its dynamic sidebar that allows you to add plenty of widgets with just a few clicks in […]

How To Send Large Files Easily

How To Send Large Files Easily

Have you ever need to send large file to someone? If you have, you will know that it is not an easy task to accomplish. Most emails only allow file attachment up to 20MB and if you have a file of over hundred megabytes, this is not a viable method. There are a few ways […]

Google 403 Forbidden Error? A Pain In The Neck

Google 403 Forbidden Error? A Pain In The Neck

This is really one of the most frustrating thing that can happen when dealing with Google – the Google 403 Forbidden Error While trying to download an application from Google Code, I was shown the unfriendly 403 forbidden page that totally shut down the download.

Rescue Your PC With Linux Live CD

Rescue Your PC With Linux Live CD

I always advise my friends and customers to keep a copy of the Linux Live CD. The reason is that in the event that your Windows crashes (Well, they often do), you can boot up the Linux Live CD and rescue all your data. Most Linux distribution comes with a Live CD. The purpose is […]

10 Things Mac Users Must Do To Protect Their Mac (And Themselves)

10 Things Mac Users Must Do To Protect Their Mac (And Themselves)

Apple’s Mac OS is still the safest operating system in the World, but that doesn’t mean you should let your guard down. Just this year alone, there have been quite a number of viruses targeting the Mac OS and most of them require social engineering to succeed. While Apple does its part to release security […]

Increase Efficiency: Use Windows Vista Shortcut keys

Increase Efficiency: Use Windows Vista Shortcut keys

Can’t stand the lengthy process to start each application, or looking for more efficient way to increase your productivity? Here are some Windows Vista shortcut keys that might be useful (most of them work in Windows XP as well): For writing or creating office document, press:

Shutting Down Your Windows The Efficient Way

Shutting Down Your Windows The Efficient Way

Have you ever wondered why you need to press Start to shut down the Windows? Until now, I still can’t find any logic to this. In Vista, this is even worst – the power button does not turn off your Windows, it put it into sleep mode. Anyway, throwing logic aside, shutting down Windows has […]

Sharing Files Between Ubuntu Host and Virtual Machines

Sharing Files Between Ubuntu Host and Virtual Machines

After installing Windows Vista on Ubuntu using VMware, one of the problems that you’re likely to face is that your virtual machine has completely no access to your host folder. This means you cannot view/edit your favorite photos (or any other files) in your Vista VM. Come to think of it, what is the use […]

Linux Howto: Miss Your Windows Application? Try WINE

Linux Howto: Miss Your Windows Application? Try WINE

For anyone who is keen to migrate to Linux platform, but can’t live without Windows application, then Wine can be a great solution for you. What is WINE? WINE stands for Wine Is Not Emulator. Here is what it is about: “Think of Wine as a compatibility layer for running Windows programs. Wine does not […]