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How to Convert Your Photo Library to Video

How to Convert Your Photo Library to Video

Whenever I am back from a family trip, the first thing I do is connect my Digital camera to the computer and copy all the photos to my hard drive. But the one problem which I regularly face regarding these photos is when the rest of the family members request to see the same on […]

How to Create Your Own Windows7 Theme

How to Create Your Own Windows7 Theme

A Windows 7 theme is nothing but a collection of wallpapers, visual styles, screensaver and some windows settings which gives a unique feel to your desktop. You can change settings of some visual elements like Window border color, different windows sounds and create a new environment – in short a unique Windows 7 theme. There […]

How to Control Windows Startup Programs Without Special Software

How to Control Windows Startup Programs Without Special Software

It’s amazing how many special pieces of software there are for the simple task of managing Windows’ startup items. Especially considering the fact that Microsoft has long included a tool in most versions of Windows for just this purpose. It’s called msconfig, and it’s been there all along waiting to help you speed up your […]

Snippet: How to Create Jumplist Items For Your Site For IE 9

Snippet: How to Create Jumplist Items For Your Site For IE 9

Internet Explorer 9 beta was released a few days ago and one of the feature includes the pinning of any site to the taskbar. With a simple dragging and dropping of the tab to the taskbar, any site can be pinned to the taskbar and the users can quickly click on the icon to launch […]

How to Set Up Your Own (Free) Dark Age of Camelot Server

How to Set Up Your Own (Free) Dark Age of Camelot Server

Before World of Warcraft, there was Dark Age of Camelot (DAoC). For those who haven’t played, it’s a medieval MMORPG originally from Mythic Entertainment, now owned by EA. It was DAoC that formed the basis of many of the game mechanics now found in Warhammer Online. Camelot is still alive today, but its popularity has […]

Snippet: How to Uninstall Internet Explorer 9 in Windows

Snippet: How to Uninstall Internet Explorer 9 in Windows

For those who have installed Internet Explorer 9 beta last week, you will find your previous installation of Internet Explorer been replaced by this latest version. In addition, when you try to uninstall the application (via Control panel), you will find that you won’t be able to do so, simply because the IE 9 entry […]

How to Sync Folders Between Multiple Computers With a USB Drive

How to Sync Folders Between Multiple Computers With a USB Drive

The biggest problem with managing multiple computers is with the data saved in the respective hard drives and accessing them. Imagine you have to work with two computers daily – one in your office and the other one in your home. You have to keep the important files and folders synced from both computers, if […]

Internet Explorer 9 Beta Review

Internet Explorer 9 Beta Review

I might as well admit right up front – personally I’ve considered Internet Explorer to be somewhat of a joke for the past few years. A slow, incomplete, non-standards-compliant joke. Perhaps I’m being a bit harsh, perhaps not. Opinions aside, it’s hard to argue against the fact that it’s been playing technological catchup for the […]

Snippet: Enable Google Instant In Google Chrome Omnibar (Windows Only)

Snippet: Enable Google Instant In Google Chrome Omnibar (Windows Only)

Google recently release Google Instant, a new feature that enables you to perform real-time search. If you are using Google Chrome and is planning to integrate the Google Instant functionality to the search bar (aka omnibar), here is the way to do it. Note: The below method is currently available for Windows only. Mac and […]