Guides/How-To

How to Build a Small Business Website

November 13, 2018
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If you are thinking of starting your own business, there is much to consider and one thing you will need is a fully operational website. In this digital age, a business without a website will not be taken seriously and if you’re thinking this will be a big ticket item, you’ll be happy to know […]

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How to Convert Mac Outlook OLM File to Outlook PST Format?

March 15, 2018
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MS Outlook has come up with both Windows and MAC operating system. Although Windows and Mac support the same email application, the functionality and database of MS Outlook in both platforms are different. Earlier Microsoft Outlook was not a part of MS Office suite for MAC but had to be downloaded separately. Whereas Windows Outlook […]

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5 Ways to Make the Most of Your Time Off from Work

November 3, 2017
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Most of us only get only a few weeks off from work, and when we want to make them worth our while, we can sometimes feel as though we are rushing through it. Although everyone likes to experience their vacation in their own way, finding that balance of seeing new things and getting some time […]

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How to Recover Deleted Files from USB Flash Drive with Disk Drill

October 31, 2017
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The USB Flash Drive is a widely popular data storage device as it allows you to carry your digital files in a small form factor. Throughout the years, the memory space used in USB flash drives has gotten bigger, allowing users to store more and more files into their device. Despite this, there may be […]

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Developing Your First App: How to Cooperate with Your Developer and Stay Involved in Your Project

May 29, 2017
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Many businesses want to develop their own apps, but most don’t want to hire a team of developers to that for them. Fortunately, they can count on the busy software development market that provides a wide range of options for developing apps – from agencies and outsourcing centers to freelancers and software houses. There are […]

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6 Reasons Why You Should Learn How to Use Excel

May 11, 2017
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When Microsoft Excel was first introduced in 1985, it revolutionized the way we worked. The way it eased the burden of keeping track of records, calculations, and other such forms of data, enabled professionals to work faster and more efficiently than ever before. Although other spreadsheet programs have been introduced in the market since the […]

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Unable to unlock my Yahoo account!! Get it done!

March 31, 2017
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Like the other email account, your Yahoo account may also get locked due to misusing its free services. There are many reasons by which your account can be locked. Some of the reasons are mentioned below: Sending more emails specified by the Service providers. By entering an incorrect password for several times. Maybe you’ve given […]

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How to create a profitable online micro-business on a shoestring budget

March 30, 2017
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Getting set up with your very own online micro-business is a great side hustle, whatever your day job. It will provide extra income and give you a taste of entrepreneurship in the online world of commerce. Micro-businesses may not yield a huge amount of capital, but it is a great way for entrepreneurs to gain […]

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How To Get American Netflix In Australia

January 16, 2017
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Despite the launch of Australian Netflix in 2015, a lot of Aussies still hunt for ways to unblock US Netflix. Though a lot of content has been added each month to the Australian Netflix and the selection of movies and TV shows is getting better, it still pales in comparison to what is shown on […]

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How to recover corrupt encrypted Outlook attachments?

June 22, 2016
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To save email attachments from hackers, users often encrypt their Outlook attachments. Outlook attachments may contain personal information or professional data, which can be easily intercepted by professional hackers if no password or encryption has been imposed on them while receiving or sending Outlook emails. Hackers may take advantage of user detail in any way […]

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Know your eCommerce Toolkit

June 22, 2016
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The eCommerce industry is growing at a rapid rate, attracting a plethora of merchants and customers to the boisterous digital world. Running an eCommerce website is a profitable endeavor, but also something that demands a constant investment of time and funds. The good news is that assembling a proper toolkit serves as the best way […]

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How Gamification Increases Employee Engagement

June 19, 2016
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As the Millennial Generation moves into more and more management positions, one of the challenges that they face is the fact that workers are not as engaged as they could be. According to the Gallup Poll, with only 32 percent of the workforce considered to be currently “engaged” in their positions, there is plenty of room […]

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How to use your social media to amplify your content 

January 29, 2014
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These days content is king when it comes to online marketing. In practice this means that the more content you have online the better, but of course it has to be relevant and useful content to your readers. The most recent thinking however, has concluded that ‘great content is not enough’. In fact, 64% of […]

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The three keys to Internet marketing success

June 14, 2013
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With millions and millions of people all over the world diving headfirst into the landscape of business online, you’re going to be up against some pretty stiff competition. We’ve never seen a global business environment quite like this before in human history – but you do have an edge and advantage on your side. The […]

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How to block annoying EU cookie alerts in 3 simple steps

April 22, 2013
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As the topic of the online tracking and privacy becomes increasingly sensitive, some national governments try to regulate this. However, as it often happens, the implementation of new laws leaves much to be desired. EU Cookie Law An EU cookie law is a good example of a poor implementation of a great idea. Since the […]

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How to avoid your outgoing e-mails being caught up in spam/junk filter

March 17, 2013
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When you e-mail people you don’t “know” (as in, have already communicated with via e-mail in the past, so their address book might contain your e-mail address), there’s a chance of your e-mail ending up in their spam/junk filter, let’s just call it spam filter. While it doesn’t happen so often, it really can depend […]

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Fix: Mountain Lion “Apple Mail 6.0” problems with sender (reply-from) and mail folders/boxes

August 29, 2012
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UPDATE – MARCH 17th 2013: This bug has now been fixed (only took Apple 7-8 months to do it!), with the latest release, OS X 10.8.3. So fire up Software Update and update your Mountain Lion! No more need for the Apple Script below. Sorry for the long subject but it’s a bit hard to […]

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Increase Your uTorrent v3.1.3 Download Speed to 1 Mbps

August 9, 2012
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Almost every one of us has used Torrent to download files. In some cases, depending upon various factors, the speed is high or low. Generally, more seeders increase the download speed. However, even if there are hundreds of seeders the speed seems too low. In this tutorial, I will teach you how to increase the […]

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Laptop or Desktop – Which one is the Best and Why Should Choose It

March 13, 2012
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Over the years, the decision many people have been faced with is to make a choice between a desktop computer and a laptop computer. Many who are not ready to spend much would decide to go for a desktop computer. But on the long run they’ll have to settle for less, considering the fact that […]

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How to be Thrifty Even if you are a Gadget Freak

December 8, 2011
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Nowadays, technology develops very fast to such a degree that the technologically-superior gadgets and equipments that we have right now are going to be obsolete within the next 3 years.  Take for instance mobile phones.  Just a decade ago, mobile phone companies were trying to do their best to crunch their system into a smaller […]

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MobileMe Gallery & iDisk alternative when MobileMe shuts down

October 28, 2011
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With the launch of free iCloud on October 12th, it also meant the end of paid MobileMe. MobileMe was Apple’s paid version for having a @me.com e-mail address, folder online (iDisk), a gallery online, some synchronization between Mac apps etc. It came at a fee of around €79 a year (if I remember correctly). For some […]

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(Fixed) Mac OS X Lion: /etc/hosts stopped working in 10.7.2, being ignored

October 25, 2011
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Besides running this blog, I’m also a freelance web-developer, so I sometimes have a need to modify my local “hosts” file on my Mac, in order to get development/local domains to point to my local web server and also to apply DNS changes before they have propagated through the entire Internet. Usually, you’d do something […]

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How to look after your smartphone

September 30, 2011
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Some of today’s top mobile phones cost more than the average TV – so it’s well worth doing what you can to look after your own handset. With that in mind, here are some of our top tips for taking care of your smartphone. Buy a cover Many of us know that gut-wrenching feeling when […]

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How to: LaCie Safe Manager on 64bit Mac Lion (with LaCie Rugged Safe drive)

September 6, 2011
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I’m totally in love with my new LaCie Rugged Safe 1TB drive. It’s a rugged external drive, Firewire 800 / USB 2, which is encrypted using your fingerprint. Sounds fancy, right? It kinda is – and it works wonders. The AES 128-bit encryption is plenty for me. I’m not storing secrets on it, but I’m […]

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