Posted by Mayank on January 2, 2014 in How To

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Posted by Mayank on October 28, 2013 in How To

Though definitely not an every day activity, but it has happened to most of us and will continue to happen – social media account hacked! There are several viruses, bots, scams out there to lure you into getting your social media account compromised. How we end up getting our social media account hacked may vary, but the end result is quite similar in most of the cases. Rather than being red-faced and profoundly spitting out apologies, it alwayRead More...

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Posted by Mayank on July 1, 2013 in How To

If you’re reading this post on how to read .acsm files, it is likely that you would like to read one of the ebooks issues from the library. The .acsm files are used by Adobe Digital Editions, a program used to manage and read eBooks as well as other digital publications; contains data to activate and download an eBook but does not contain the eBook itself; used to authorize, legally download, and read purchased eBooks in Digital Editions. ARead More...

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Posted by Mayank on March 26, 2013 in How To

Still getting a lot of emails from job recruiters and Monster recommendations? Best option is to delete your Monster account and get rid of all the emails and phone calls, which come as a result. Deleting your Monster account is easy and here are the steps to cancel your Monster membership. Logon to your Monster account. You will find yourself in Account Settings page Go to the bottom of the page and you will find cancel membership url. Confirm.Read More...

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Posted by Prashant on March 23, 2013 in How To,Windows

Securing a computer system is an important task that every computer user needs to perform. Since we store valuable information in our computers, how to keep them protected and secure should be taken into consideration so that our PCs won’t be vulnerable to hackers, malware, and other malicious attacks. Login password is always the first choice to protect data security in Windows. However, for Windows 7 users, they may usually encounter withRead More...

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Posted by Mayank on March 14, 2013 in How To

Thesis WordPress theme, the theme which popularized the culture of creating premium themes and selling them is one of the most popular WordPress themes ever. What makes Thesis theme so remarkable and popular is that they’re built on top of search engine optimized, fast-loading theme framework, which integrates seamlessly with the revolutionary Visual Design Template Editor. Thesis 2.0 has been a another revolutionary step forward. It is so poweRead More...

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Posted by Mayank on February 23, 2013 in How To

Digg, once a popular social bookmarking site has been struggling. Most of those who had Digg account, do not visit Digg anymore. Is it enough? No, it is not enough. To safe guard your privacy, you need to ensure that you do not have accounts at places you do not visit anymore. If Digg is in your list of sites, you do not visit any more, it makes sense that you delete your Digg account. To delete Digg account, you will have to send email to email Read More...

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Posted by Mayank on January 24, 2013 in How To,Windows

Most home and personal accounts do not use Microsoft Exchange and it is only the big corporations that usually use Outlook. If you don’t use Outlook as part of a corporation as well, you don’t need Microsoft Exchange Unified Messaging. Here’s how to remove Exchange from Outlook 2007. Home and Personal account users generally use Outlook with a POP or IMAP account. If you are using Outlook at home or elsewhere with a POP or IMAP account, andRead More...

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Posted by Mayank on January 22, 2013 in How To,Windows

Tired of seeing the same old Windows Vista logo every time you start Windows Vista? It is time to get creative and remove the old Windows Vista logo with anyone you want – for free! Whether you want to create your own personalized boot screen or use a graphic you found one – it is possible to replace Windows Vista logo with the same. You should create or find a 1024×768 pixel image and save it also in 800×600 pixel image andRead More...

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Posted by Mayank on January 15, 2013 in How To,Windows

Tired of seeing the same old Windows XP logo every time you start Windows XP? It is time to get creative and remove the old Windows XP logo with anyone you want – for free! Whether you want to create your own personalized boot screen or use a graphic you found one – it is possible to replace Windows XP logo with the same. Download, install, and run the free program BootSkin. Run the software and you will get the option to choose a booRead More...

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Posted by Mayank on January 13, 2013 in How To,Windows

Microsoft is pioneer in this, but hundreds of companies do this – they protect their software from unauthorized copying and installing by asking the user to type in the product key before they can start using the product. Some product come with a free trial and upon expiry of the same – user needs to key in a new product key. It is common to buy a lot of products over a period of time and activate the product in your computer, but wheRead More...

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Posted by Mayank on December 30, 2012 in How To

Some people believe that a PC’s startup and shutdown processes create wear and tear and therefore opt to leave their machines running 24×7. Some experts also believe in the same and recommend leaving your PC in running mode forever. Other think that keeping your PC running forever is a waste of energy and prefer to shutdown their PC when their work is finished. They do not believe that startup and shutdown processes causes wear and teaRead More...

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Posted by Mayank on December 28, 2012 in GMail,How To

GMail has a nice feature that it not only stores all the addresses you’ve stored in your contacts list, but also one you’ve sent an email to. It is a nice convenience, but not always. For example, you’d be having an updated address in your contacts list however, GMail will also show an email address which your contact had ages ago. You may end up picking the wrong address! Worse, those unwanted email addresses keep showing up inRead More...

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Posted by Mayank on December 27, 2012 in How To

Multiple user setup on a computer is a good option to keep your documents, pictures and assignments organized. Also, it reduces, if not remove the chances of accidentally deleting or overwriting other’s document. Multiple user stip on a PC is simple and straight forward. Let’s see how to do so. How to Set Up Multiple Users on a PC 1. Click the Windows logo at the left hand bottom of your screen and go to the Control Panel. 2. If you&#Read More...

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