The Web Browsers Comparison Guide: Which One is the Best Browser For You?

The Web Browsers Comparison Guide: Which One is the Best Browser For You?

The web browser is the most used piece of software on most of our computers, and there are quite a few of them vying for our attention. In this web browsers comparison guide, we will show you the features of the various popular browsers and which one is the best for you.

By Bertel King, Jr. -
What You Don’t Know About Third-Party Cookies Can Hurt You

What You Don’t Know About Third-Party Cookies Can Hurt You

Cookies are a major part of what makes websites work. However, there are certain aspects about them that could be used maliciously, particularly in the case of third-party cookies. We will dive into the differences between first- and third-party cookies and examine how they act maliciously on some websites.

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How To Edit Photos In Google Plus

How To Edit Photos In Google Plus

Google Plus was recently updated with a new interface and a good number of added features. This includes Creative Kit, a built-in image editor that allows a user to edit photos in Google Plus right within the app. The following instructions illustrate how this is done.

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Create Printable QR Codes and Barcode Labels In Your Chrome Browser

Create Printable QR Codes and Barcode Labels In Your Chrome Browser

It is easy to create QR codes to embed within websites or send via text messages,, but what about creating printable QR codes and barcode labels? A small business could print QR codes as a means of providing their customers with more information. Here is how you can do so.

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Best Online Tools To Unzip Files and Decompress Archives

Best Online Tools To Unzip Files and Decompress Archives

You don’t necessarily need an application to unzip files in your computer. For those zip format that your computer doesn’t support, you can easily use an online tool to unzip it. Here are some of the best online tools to unzip files and decompress archives.

By Hammad -
3 Ways To Read EPUB Books Online

3 Ways To Read EPUB Books Online

As ebooks become more popular, more people are reading from their computers rather than from a physical book. If you are one of those who prefer to read your EPUB books online, here are some options for you.

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Convert Blog to Podcast with Podcastomatic

Convert Blog to Podcast with Podcastomatic

There are times when you are tired of reading and wish that you can just sit back, relax and listen to an article on any blog or website you follow. With Podcastomatic, you can easily convert a blog to podcasts.

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Four Sticky Notes for Chrome Web Applications

Four Sticky Notes for Chrome Web Applications

There’s no shortage of note-taking apps out there, yet when it comes time to jot something down quickly to return to later, few note-taking options are as convenient as good old-fashioned sticky notes applications. The following are four Sticky Notes for Chrome applications.

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How To Sign Documents From Gmail

How To Sign Documents From Gmail

What do you do when you receive a document that need to be signed? You will have to print it out, sign it and rescan it before you can send it back. HelloSign allows you to sign a document sent to your Gmail address and sign it from there.

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MTE Explains: How Search Engines Work

MTE Explains: How Search Engines Work

You’ve been using search engines for a long time now. You probably used one to find this article. But do you know how they work? This post will give you a basic understanding of how search engines work to find all the information you wouldn’t be able to find on your own.

By Bertel King, Jr. -
Show Notification Counts on Pinned Tabs in Chrome

Show Notification Counts on Pinned Tabs in Chrome

Do you use pinned tabs in Chrome as a way to keep up with your email and/or social networking sites – like Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn? Wouldn’t it be great if you could display notification counts for messages and unread items on your pinned tabs? Here’s how you can do so.

By Charnita Fance -
3 Questions About Bitcoin Everyone Should Ask (And Their Answers)

3 Questions About Bitcoin Everyone Should Ask (And Their Answers)

A lot of the people who have been exposed to Bitcoin already know a lot about the currency, but haven’t really done a whole lot of research on certain questions regarding the online currency and its fate. Today, we are here to ask those questions for you and then answer them.

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How to Create Custom Web App For Your Favorite Websites In Chrome

How to Create Custom Web App For Your Favorite Websites In Chrome

Chrome OS makes it easy to access your favorite websites, but there’s a catch. By default, your website of choice must have already submitted an app to the Chrome Web Store. This is a problem, as some major websites do not have an app available, such as Wikipedia. The good news is that creating custom web apps of your own isn’t that difficult.

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Open Applications Without Leaving Firefox

Open Applications Without Leaving Firefox

here are times when you have to open different applications while browsing. In Firefox, you can use the Easy Access add-on to open applications without leaving Firefox.

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How To Create Temporary Bookmarks In Firefox

How To Create Temporary Bookmarks In Firefox

If you don’t want note-taking apps for simply saving web pages, try this neat Firefox add-on called Temporary Bookmarks. This add-on allows you to bookmark webpages and clear them when you close the browser, or after a specified amount of time.

By Kim Barloso -
Auto Generate Passwords in Google Chrome

Auto Generate Passwords in Google Chrome

If you are creating a new account on a site, Google Chrome can automatically generate a new secure password for you and insert into the password field. 1. In Google Chrome, type “about:flags” in the omnibox. 2. Scroll down the list till you find the field “Enable password generation“. Click “Enable”. 3. Relaunch the Chrome […]

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Use Google Chrome Omnibox to Perform Quick Calculation

Use Google Chrome Omnibox to Perform Quick Calculation

Other than entering URL and perform a search, you can make use of the Omnibox (aka the address bar) to perform a quick Mathematics calculation. Simply type your sum, like “9 + 5 = ” and the result will show up immediately in the drop down.

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Use JustBeamIt for Easy Single File Transfer

Use JustBeamIt for Easy Single File Transfer

While there are tons of ways for you to transfer files on the Web, if you just want a single file transfer without having to go through the fuss of creating an account, JustBeamIt is one such choice.

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How to Enable Trusted Contacts Feature on Facebook

How to Enable Trusted Contacts Feature on Facebook

No matter how strong your password is or how many security measures you take, there is still a chance of getting your account compromised. Facebook recently introduced a new feature known as the Trusted Contacts that will help users recover their account data. Here is how you can activate it.

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MTE Explains: What Is DDoS and How Can You Protect Yourself

MTE Explains: What Is DDoS and How Can You Protect Yourself

You’ve probably seen the words “DoS” and “DDoS” pop up. In case you’ve been wondering what they are and how they affect you, we’ll delve into that and also mention a little bit on the the possibilities of protecting yourself from such an attack.

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How To Disable Chrome Extensions With One Click

How To Disable Chrome Extensions With One Click

If you use Google Chrome often, chances are you probably have a few (or many) extensions installed and visible on the add-on bar. As an avid Chrome user with most of my work dependent on extensions, I found a quicker way to troubleshoot possible extension issues by enabling and disabling Chrome extensions and apps with literally one click.

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5 Dictionary Tools for Google Chrome

5 Dictionary Tools for Google Chrome

Do you remember back when you had to know how words were spelled? Here is a selection of dictionary tools for Google Chrome.

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How to Whitelist Websites in Google Chrome to Make The Internet Safe For Children

How to Whitelist Websites in Google Chrome to Make The Internet Safe For Children

Parents have wrestled with keeping their children shielded from unwanted content on the internet since personal computers first started arriving in our homes. This guide will show you how to whitelist certain websites inside Google Chrome, preventing your children from visiting any websites you do not approve.

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Making Good Use Of Middle Mouse Click in Browser

Making Good Use Of Middle Mouse Click in Browser

Do you know that the middle mouse click is not as useless as it seems to be? There are several useful things that it can do in a browser. 1. Clicking the middle mouse button (by pressing down the scroll wheel) on a link in a browser will open the link in a new tab. […]

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Setting Multiple Home Page For Firefox

Setting Multiple Home Page For Firefox

Do you know you can set multiple websites as the home page in Firefox? Here is how you do it: 1. Go to the “Preferences -> General” section in Firefox. 2. At the Home Page input field, enter the URL of the websites that you want to set as home page, separating each URL with […]

By Damien -
Follow YouTube Channels Easily With YouTube Video Deck

Follow YouTube Channels Easily With YouTube Video Deck

There are approximately two bajillion videos on YouTube and staying up-to-date on a couple of channels could be difficult. YouTube Video Deck makes it easier and faster to follow YouTube channels.

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Edit Google Drive Videos Inside Chrome With WeVideo

Edit Google Drive Videos Inside Chrome With WeVideo

What if you left your laptop at home and there is an urgent need to edit a video that you saved in Google Drive? Thankfully you can make use of WeVideo to edit the video directly in Google Drive.

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Temporarily Suspend a Tab in Chrome to Free Up System Memory

Temporarily Suspend a Tab in Chrome to Free Up System Memory

Do you often open a lot of tabs in Google Chrome, just to leave most of them untouched for hours? One way to prevent it from eating away your computer’s memory is to suspend the tab until you’re ready to use it. Here’s how to do so.

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Simple Trick to Make Firefox Run Faster

Simple Trick to Make Firefox Run Faster

There are tons of ways to make Firefox runs faster. One of the ways is to turn off the tabs animation so the opening and closing of tabs will be immediate and doesn’t take up much memory. In Firefox, open a new tab and type “about:config” in the address bar. Search for “browser.tabs.aimate” and double […]

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Track Time and Goals Using Progress Bar Timer [Google Chrome]

Track Time and Goals Using Progress Bar Timer [Google Chrome]

Tracking your time and task can be a difficult job. While some may have no trouble keeping track of time in their heads, others may benefit from a more visual means of measuring progress. Progress Bar Timer is a Google Chrome extension that turns deadlines and quotas into convenient progress bars to help track time and goals.

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Add a Theme to Facebook Using My Facebook Theme

Add a Theme to Facebook Using My Facebook Theme

Have you ever wanted to jazz up your Facebook profile? While the social network does not allow themes, there are many utilities that let you add a theme to Facebook. One of the better tools for doing this is My Facebook Theme.

By Melissa Popp -
How To Read ODT Documents Inside Your Browser

How To Read ODT Documents Inside Your Browser

Various web services can open Microsoft Office files with ease, but what about files created with LibreOffice? The good thing is, you can also read ODT document in your browser as well.

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The Complete Guide to Avoid Scams on Craigslist

The Complete Guide to Avoid Scams on Craigslist

Craigslist is a popular place for people to buy and sell stuff. It is also a good hangout for fraudster to scam the user. This guide will teach you how to avoid scams on Craigslist.

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Analyze Writing Errors with SlickWrite for Firefox and Chrome

Analyze Writing Errors with SlickWrite for Firefox and Chrome

Most spelling and grammar checkers in word processors spot obvious writing errors, but not the less obvious ones. Slick Write is a web service that analyzes writing errors as well as performs the usual spelling and grammar check.

By Kim Barloso -
Do a Quick Search In Firefox With A Keystrokoe

Do a Quick Search In Firefox With A Keystrokoe

In Firefox, you can press the “/” key in your keyboard (when your cursor is not in any input field) to quickly activate the Quick Search bar. Alternatively, you can go to “Preferences -> Advanced -> General and tick the box “Search for text when I start typing”. This will allow you to search for […]

By Damien -
Add Google Now’s Look And Functionality to Chrome

Add Google Now’s Look And Functionality to Chrome

Google Now is a new concept from Google that’s about getting the right information at the right time. You can bring the Google Now look and feel to your new tab page in Chrome with a new unofficial extension in the Chrome Web Store.

By Melissa Popp -
Open a Bigger Compose Window in Gmail

Open a Bigger Compose Window in Gmail

By default, when you are composing an email in Gmail, it will popup a compose window at the right bottom corner of the window. A quick trick is to press “Shift” while clicking the Compose button. This will open a bigger Compose area in its own window.

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