Archive | July, 2008

How to set up antispam filter on Gmail

By Admin | 31 July 2008

Gmail, the most popular email service of Google has perfect spam filter. The Gmail spam filter catch almost every spam messages and put them in your spam folder. However, sometimes this Gmail spam parser make mistakes...
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How to establish successful business online

By Admin | 31 July 2008

The key to successful E-Commerce is not about the E, the Electronic part. This is wrong. The key is the R-Commerce, the relationship on which the commerce is based. When small business owners established online, their...
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How to speed up Firefox 3

By Admin | 30 July 2008

Firefox 3 can be optimized. Broadband users will notice significant speed increase from this simple optimization. Firefox is distributed with settings that will work with any machine or setup. Anyone with a half-decent connection can make...
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KDE 4.1 – Released today

By Viktor Ustijanoski | 29 July 2008

Today the KDE Comunity released KDE 4.1 – a long expected version with a lot improvements and bug fixes. KDE 4.1 is the first KDE4 release to contain the Personal Information Management suite KDE-PIM with its...
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Smart Robots Will Explore Universe by 2020

By Admin | 29 July 2008

Before the year 2020, scientists are expected to launch intelligent space robots that will venture out to explore the universe for us. Researchers are working on creating autonomous spacecrafts that will be able to analyze data...
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10 Most beautiful looking linux desktop

By Admin | 28 July 2008

Pavs from blog Linuxhaxor present to bloggers popularity 10 most beautiful looking linux desktop. He said that over the years he came across many linux desktop screenshots, it’s amazing how someone can spend huge amount of...
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Ubuntu tweak keyboard shortcuts

By Admin | 28 July 2008

Ubuntu Tweak is a GNOME desktop configuration tool. Most popular keyboard shortcuts from Windows work for Ubuntu as well. This is the list of some of most useful Ubuntu keyboard shortcuts listed without any particular order:...
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Cuil – the new search engine

By Viktor Ustijanoski | 28 July 2008

Cuil is new search engine, founded by the ex workers of Google. The company start to work at the end of 2006, with a 33 million initial invest and the founders says that it will be...
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The Lifehacker Editors' Favorite Software and Hardware

By Admin | 28 July 2008

Lifehacker readers range from the complete computer newbie to the most seasoned computer techie, but where do the Lifehacker editors stand? They polled our own editors for the computer hardware and applications they swear by and...
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VLC media player plays everything – everywhere

By Admin | 28 July 2008

VLC media player is a free cross-platform media player which supports large number of multimedia formats without need of installing additional codec and tools. VLC media player can be used for streaming server with many extended...
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Mouse gestures plug-in for Mozilla and Firefox browsers

By Admin | 28 July 2008

What are mouse gestures?Mouse Gestures is plug-in for Mozilla browsers (Firefox, Suite, and Thunderbird) for fast way to execute commands without using the keyboard, menus or toolbars with your mouse. User holds down a mouse button...
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Mask your USB Drive with a USB Cable

By Admin | 26 July 2008

You are looking for idea to mask your USB drive? If you like to hide you secret documents in safe place or you just like to look cool in front of you friends eyes – use...
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How to use ActiveSync with Bluetooth

By Admin | 26 July 2008

This is simple guide for using Bluetooth to connect a Pocket PC or Smartphone to a PC and get ActiveSync to operate. Add an incoming COM port in your Bluetooth software. Under CONNECTIONS in ActiveSync or...
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Microsoft's receptionist of the future is a robot

By Admin | 25 July 2008

Microsoft with video presentation demonstrated a software-based robot that uses a combination of visual and voice recognition, speech synthesis to handle basic tasks. Its initial purpose will be to handle shuttle request in Microsoft buildings which...
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Speed up your windows with disabling indexing service

By Admin | 25 July 2008

The indexing service extracts information from documents and other files on the HD and creates a “keyword index.” This process can be quite slow on any windows system. The idea is that the user can search...
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How to save a command written in CMD

By Admin | 25 July 2008

This is a short CMD tip. If you like to execute several CMD/DOS commands one by one, and you don’t like to do it manually, you should save all of these commands in one file. There...
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Google is buying Digg?

By Viktor Ustijanoski | 23 July 2008

TechCrunch information says that soon Google can buy Digg, number one web voting place, after several weeks of negotiations. From the TechCrunch words, the companies have reportedly signed a letter of intent and are close to...
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Audacity – Free, Cross-Platform Sound Editor

By Admin | 23 July 2008

Audacity is open source software for recording and editing sounds and it is free. Audacity works on Mac OS X, Microsoft Windows, GNU/Linux, and also other operating systems. You can use Audacity to: Record live audio....
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Winamp iPod Plugin

By Admin | 23 July 2008

Every iPod generation and edition is supported by the plugin which gives Winamp users the option to manage their iPod from the Winamp Media Library. It supports all kinds of iPods, from the classic first generation...
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How to get RAR support on Ubuntu linux

By Viktor Ustijanoski | 22 July 2008

You have a bunch or RAR files from windows, and also want to use them in Ubuntu. The rar files are copyright protected, so the native installation of archive manager doesn’t came with rar support. But...
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