read moreThere are many unwanted mails that we recieve in our inbox, but many people treated them the bad ways. Here in this post, I will show us the simple and professional ways to make it clean.
Sunday, 19 May 2013
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Friday, 17 May 2013
The digital photography revolution has resulted in an overabundance of high priced products for editing and managing digital photos. However, there are also free and cheap photo editing and management tools available.
Thursday, 16 May 2013
Battery power consumption is very much dependent up on data processing, hardware movement, signal check, huge application handling, display and sound. So here are some simple check points to increase battery life and backup for laptops and netbooks. Here in this post, I will show you few simple ways to get the best out of your system battery.
Tuesday, 14 May 2013
You may have a tablet that only has Wi-Fi, and there are times when you will like to save reading/viewing material for later use. Or maybe you have Wi-Fi and 4G LTE and are about to travel and need to make sure you have plenty to read for that flight. To do this, you need a handy tablet app that enables you to view offline content easily and reliably.
There is a free tool in Android Store that can let you perform this easily. The tool is Pocket.
Pocket allows you to “Pocket” articles, videos, etc . View pocketed content anywhere/anytime. You can even save from any application (even YouTube)
Combined with your normal method of saving pages on your Android tablet, Pocket gives you the perfect addition to making sure you can view everything you need, when you need. Let’s take a look at how this handy application is installed and used.
Firstly, you will create an account with pocket. The account and the app are free. Pocket also offers browser extensions for Firefox and Chrome. With your account, you can add pocket content from your desktop browser, which will automatically sync to your tablet for offline viewing.
As with most Android tablet applications, the installation is simple from within the Google Play Store. Here are the steps:
- Open the Google Play Store
- Search for pocket
- Tap the entry for Pocket
- Tap Install
- Tap Accept & download
Once installed, the app launcher can be found within the app drawer. When you first launch Pocket, you’ll be required to create a new account. Once you’ve signed up for your account, you’re ready to begin using Pocket. From the main Pocket window, you can access all of the content you have Pocketed. If you tap on a Pocketed web page, it will open from within Pocket itself. If you open a video, it will give you options on how to open it, depending on what app you used to Pocket the content.
Monday, 13 May 2013
I think this kind of thing happens to everyone. You spend time working in a blog tool or some other browser-based form, and suddenly things go wrong. May be your browser crashes, the server times out, your Internet connection dies, and boom. So all your hard work is gone. All you have to do is to start again right. This kind of things is really boring.
Saturday, 11 May 2013
If you’re looking for a free tool to help you easily hide data from prying eyes and don’t want to have to deal with encryption.
For those who own or run businesses, it could be company secrets or employee