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How to Create New User Profiles in Firefox and Google Chrome

How to Create New User Profiles in Firefox and Google Chrome

User profiles are a set of information for a browser that includes bookmarks, addons, passwords, browsing cache, general settings etc. This user profiles let you use different instances of the browser from a single installation. This post will help you create multiple user profile for two mostly used browsers Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome.

Six Tools that Brings Facebook to your Mac Dashboard

Six Tools that Brings Facebook to your Mac Dashboard

Are you a Facebook addict just like me? Are you using Mac OSX & annoyed to start your Safari everytime you wish to get connected with your friends on Facebook? If your answers are yes, then read along. This article will let you know how to do everything on Facebook without using your browser and […]

How to Manage Multiple Google Analytics Accounts from Desktop

How to Manage Multiple Google Analytics Accounts from Desktop

If you are a blogger or a webmaster, you must be using Google analytics to get detailed data about your blog. Undisputedly, It’s the best free web analytics software out there and provides you with valuable information about how your site is performing in search engines and which sites are sending you traffic etc. If […]

How Not to Place a Deleted File in the Recycle Bin

How Not to Place a Deleted File in the Recycle Bin

Whenever we need to delete a file/folder in Windows Explorer it does not delete the file/folder totally. Instead it places a copy of the file/folder in the Recycle Bin. And again we have to go to the Recycle Bin, locate the file & then delete it again to remove it completely. But let me show you how to tweak the settings of Windows which will completely delete a file/folder whenever we delete a file using the Windows Explorer.