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How to create Bootable USB Kaspersky Rescue Disk 10 easiest way

How to create Bootable USB Kaspersky Rescue Disk 10 easiest way

Kaspersky is one of the biggest name in the field of Computer Security. Their Security products allow you to disinfect computer system without actually entering into the system which is a general case when PC is critically infected to the extent that you are unable to boot. Antivirus products offer an option to create a […]

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How to Schedule and Send an Email in Future from Gmail or any Service

How to Schedule and Send an Email in Future from Gmail or any Service

It will be great to be able to schedule and send an email in future time. Isn’t it? Deferred Sender is an excellent free web app that has made this task dead simple. It doesn’t bother whatever email client or web service you use. It works just perfect with all of the email providers.

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How to Access Facebook Profile / Wall within Gmail Account on all Browsers

How to Access Facebook Profile / Wall within Gmail Account on all Browsers

If you do have a Facebook profile created with a Gmail account and you update your status very often, you should give this cool Gmail Labs feature a try. This Labs feature lets you access your Facebook profile from within your Gmail account. You can update your status, view wall and news feed without opening a new tab.

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How to Get Google Calendar Desktop Notifications in Google Chrome

How to Get Google Calendar Desktop Notifications in Google Chrome

Are you little tired with the old fashioned pop-up notifications of your important events? If you use Google Chrome as your browser, Google Calendar has a nice solution for you. It has a nice labs feature named “Gentle Reminders” that replaces pop-up reminders with a more pleasing notification. Google has recently added sound effects to Google Calendar desktop notification.

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How to Quickly restore accidently Closed Windows in One click

How to Quickly restore accidently Closed Windows in One click

Gone in 60 seconds is a small tool to recover or restore open Application Windows in one click within 60 seconds. If you don’t want to restore then it is automatically killed or closed. Runs in background and monitors open windows which is helpful in accidental closing.

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How to Zip and Unzip Files Online Without Uploading it

How to Zip and Unzip Files Online Without Uploading it

ezyZip is a nifty free web app that lets you zip files, add zipped files to an existing archive and unzip files from your browser. The best feature of this cool application is that you don’t need to upload the file to process. It runs locally as a java applet inside the browser and works as efficient as a desktop app. There is no annoying registration process either.

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How to Run a Task, Execute File or Play Audio at Certain Specified Time

How to Run a Task, Execute File or Play Audio at Certain Specified Time

TimeComX is a low on resource and easy to use application which can be used to schedule a certain task in future at any specific point of time. You can use it to shut down, restart, lock computer. It has now even included an option to play an audio file or run a certain batch file. Moreover, it is possible to Create Screenshots before an action of your Running Programs or Desktop.

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How to Install any version of Windows from USB Stick easiest way

How to Install any version of Windows from USB Stick easiest way

The use of Optical Drives is certainly reduced as USB storage devices have taken their place offering additional benefits. Seriously, I too use my DVD Drive for Formatting and re-installing so, here’s an easiest way to install any version of Windows (XP, Vista, Windows 7, 2003, 2008) using Bootable USB stick or Pen Drive.

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