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Sep 9, 2014
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How To Watch Apple’s iPhone 6 & iWatch Live Stream

Apple’s keynote media event will kick off starting at 10 a.m. PT / 1 p.m. ET. on September 9, 2014 at Apple’s headquarters in Cupertino, California, and expected to unveils Apple’s new high-end hardware and technologies, as well as offering brand new iPhone 6 and most awaiting Apple iWatch.

How To Watch Apple's iPhone 6 & iWatch Live Stream
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Jul 20, 2014
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How To Enable Copy Paste in Web Pages That Block It

Ctrl+C and Ctrl+V for Windows (Copy and paste) is one of the most common actions when surf the web. However, some websites such as financial and banking sites for security purposes don’t allow you to copy or paste the content. If you are Firefox user and looking for a trick in Firefox browse that can permanently enable you copy and paste the content when websites disable it, here is a Firefox settings tweak that may fit your need.
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Jun 22, 2014
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How to Delete Or Remove Google+ From Your Google Account

For people who are using Gmail or other Google’s services, you will need a Google account to sign in. Google has centralized for all Google services in one Google account. Google+ is a social network service from Google that integrated with other Google services, such as Gmail, Google Maps and Google Calendar. Google+ will make use of the Google search engine, existing Google Profiles, and the +1 button.

How to Delete Google+ From Your Google Account
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May 18, 2014
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How To Sync Browser Data Between Desktop And Android In Firefox 29

Mozilla has finally launched the latest version of the company’s massively popular web browser – Firefox 29 for Windows, Mac, Linux, and Android. The newest version Firefox 29 has added a lot of features such as sync feature of the browser. With sync feature, all your data is now synchronized via email and password through a Firefox Account to create a seamless Web browsing experience.

The new Firefox Sync feature enables you to sync the data directly by your email address and password and allows you to load the same tabs, bookmarks and other browsing data across multiple mobile and desktop platforms. If you wonder how you can synchronize from desktop web browsers into your Android devices for faster access, here are some simple steps that you can follow to get it done.
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May 4, 2014
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Firefox 29 Available To Download With All-New Australis Interface

The final version of Firefox 29 is already available for free download for Windows, Mac, Linux and Android with update finally brings the Australis theme to its stable release channel. The setup installer of Firefox 29 has already been posted on Mozilla FTP server, which is accessible to all.

Firefox 29 Available To Download With All-New Australis Interface
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Apr 20, 2014
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How to Force the Browser to Remember the Username and Password

When you visit website and login for the first time, browser will prompt asks to remember the login credentials (including your username and password). This will allows browser to save the password for the next time revisit that website again, it will auto-fill the username and password fields. Sometimes users may face a problem that websites use a special directive instruction that prevents browser from offering to save and remember the login credentials.
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Jan 15, 2014
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How to Remove and Delete AutoComplete or AutoFill Entries in Chrome

ChromeGoogle Chrome web browser, like most modern web browser, has auto-complete or auto-fill feature which automatically suggests matching entries based on previously entered phrases or strings, and previously visited URLs.

However, once enabled, the auto-complete will always remember the typed entries or previous links, and automatically suggest similar or matching entries based on what’s been typed into the an input field, text area or address bar. Sometimes, the list of previously typed terms also appear automatically in the drop-down list, before anything is typed, when a field or search box is clicked with a mouse or down-arrow key is pressed.
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Jan 15, 2014
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How to Use Adobe Reader as Default PDF Viewer in Chrome

Google Chrome web browser includes a built-in Chrome PDF Viewer by default. Chrome PDF Viewer allows most PDF files to be opened automatically and seamlessly without the need to install additional plugin. However, some of the Adobe Acrobat PDF files with advanced features, such as those with the dynamic form submission or interactive content, is not supported by Chrome PDF Viewer.
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