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    Windows 8 Developer Preview: First Impressions, What’s New

    September 15, 2011
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    Microsoft released the first developer preview of Windows 8 to the public yesterday previewed it in detail at the Build conference. Windows 8 developer preview can be downloaded from dev.windows.com if you’re impatient and geeky enough to try it out. I was, and I’m currently writing this post on Windows 8 developer preview OS. There are a few bugs, such as lack of certain drivers for my notebook, but it’s been running smoothly since yesterday ...

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    3 Useful uTorrent add on for the Popular Torrent Client

    September 12, 2011
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    When ever we talk about popular Torrent clients, uTorrent is one of the most advocated client. Here I’m sharing 3 useful uTorrent add on which will help you to increase productivity of your uTorrent client. I always consider Torrents as a very useful technique and invention, though torrents are quite old now but they are still perfect for downloading something from the internet. Those who are familiar with the torrents must know about a very popular application in ...

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    GClient: Google Plus Software for Desktop [Windows]

    July 18, 2011
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    Google+ could be the next big thing in the world of social networking, dethroning Facebook even. What with it already having about 10 million users and still being in beta stage, it may as well have about 100 million users in another 5-6 months. At the rate Google+ is growing, I’m sure many of you use it almost everyday to check what you’re Circle friends are sharing and talking about. It’s always better to have ...

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    7 Amazing Windows 7 Features

    July 9, 2010
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    Selecting a good OS is tough when you have too many options. I have always been a fan of Microsoft XP but after using Windows 7, it has become my current OS.It’s a long time passed after the launch of windows 7, but most of us are not aware about the exciting new & useful features of windows 7.  Now its time to learn about the seven new features of windows 7. I’m sure you ...

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    How to Change to Google DNS for Fast Internet

    December 4, 2009
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    Just now, I posted about Google Public DNS which is way faster than my default Airtel broadband DNS. Though, unlike Airtel DNS which is usually added dynamically, we need to Change to Google DNS manually to enjoy the new public DNS offered by Google. In this guide, we will learn how we can do it with windows OS. Though, this tutorial is created for Windows XP, but more or less it will work the same ...

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    Apple’s Snow Leopard vs. Windows 7

    November 7, 2009
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    I’d been waiting to do a Windows 7 and Mac OS X comparison for quite some time now. And was simply overjoyed to receive my personal copy of Windows 7 Ultimate last weekend. So here’s pitting two of the most famed operating systems against each other. Hit the read link to see which one stole the show.

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    Use Windows Msconfig to speed Startup up your Computer and Laptop

    October 27, 2009
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    Few days back I was working with one of my client and realize her system is too slow to work. The reason being lots of process which are not even required are getting started with windows start-up. I told her about msconfig utility of windows system and I’m sure this will also help many windows users to speed your system to a great extent. You can access msconfig by typing msconfig without quotes in your ...

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    Windows XP Auto Login: How to Configure

    June 2, 2009
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    Windows is one of the most popular and used OS and to ensure the security, we all uses a strong password to login into your XP user account. Here I’m going to share How you can configure Windows XP Auto Login using user accounts option. This feature will help you to save your time with login into your windows user account. Though, if you share your computer/laptop with anyone, I would not suggest you to activate Windows ...

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