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4 Strategies To Help You Have The Best Vacation Ever

For those who love to travel, it’s always a great time planning another vacation. You look forward to the day you’re back on the beach with the sand between your toes. There’s little that will stop you from doing whatever it takes to save up your money and get away. Consider putting more thought into how you can make it even better this time around. Do your homework and worry about the details, so you’re guaranteed to have the trip of a lifetime. Don’t rely on others to make it happen for you. Take charge and handle the tough decisions along the way. See four strategies to help you have the best vacation ever. Continue reading 4 Strategies To Help You Have The Best Vacation Ever

Whatsapp Update Shares Info With Facebook And Here’s How To Opt Out

Ever since Facebook’s acquisition, Whatsapp has evolved quite a lot, mostly for the good, though not every update it pushes out put a smile in everyone’s face. And this latest update is bound to draw flak from users. While the incorporation of Whatsapp Calling, end-to-end encryption, and Whatsapp web and desktop are seen as welcome additions, the updated Terms and Privacy Policy that came with this latest update may not go down well with a lot of folks. Back then when Whatsapp was acquired by the social media giant, it pledged to remain independent of its new parent company, but now, things have took a turn with the new terms and privacy policy now stating that it (Whatsapp) will be sharing some user data with Facebook, along with “any of our other family.” Continue reading Whatsapp Update Shares Info With Facebook And Here’s How To Opt Out

How To Download Facebook Paper App Outside Of The U.S.

It has been about 10 months since Facebook Paper goes official, but it is still not available to everyone outside of the United States. But why should you get Facebook Paper? Well, all we have to say is this: if you haven’t been using Facebook Paper, you don’t know what you have missed. For the uninitiated, Facebook Paper is an additional standalone mobile app by NASDAQ-listed social network giant that presents your usual Facebook feed in beautiful magazine style, along with a few nifty features to make your feed consumption a more magazine-like experience. In short, you can say Facebook Paper is a direct competition to Flipboard. Continue reading How To Download Facebook Paper App Outside Of The U.S.

How To Build A Home Theater Without Breaking The Bank

For some people, making their home theaters into carbon copies of the local multiplex becomes their mission in life. Some even spend tens of millions of dollars in order to achieve the ultimate home theater experience. It is true that these homages to the classical movie experience are jaw-dropping and pristine, but most of us can survive with less. There are many things to consider when constructing a home theater system. Continue reading How To Build A Home Theater Without Breaking The Bank

How to enjoy Pandora outside of U.S. on Android Devices

How to enjoy Pandora outside of U.S. on Android Devices
if you are reading this, then we can safely assume you already know how awesome Pandora is. however, if you haven’t have a clue then we suppose you should know this: Pandora’s awesomeness stems from the fact that listeners get to choose their favorite artiste(s) or band(s) to begin with and Pandora will fetch the music that are similar to your chosen favorite artiste(s) or band(s) for your enjoyment. along the way, users can hit like or dislike which Pandora takes the heed and further fine tune what songs to serve up to you. Continue reading How to enjoy Pandora outside of U.S. on Android Devices

keeping your PC clean: software or virus?

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While browsing online can certainly be an enjoyable pastime, there are often dangers lurking behind websites that you may never expect. When visiting these sites, computers are often infected with viruses, malware, and spyware that can wreak havoc on their machines. These different files are all malicious in nature, and manifest themselves in different ways. Some attack your machine, rendering your files useless, while others will attempt to transform your PC into a spam bot that in turns sends out phishing messages to other individuals. Malware is often responsible for identity theft. All of these situations are incredibly frustrating to handle, making it imperative that users find ways to keep themselves protected from unwanted software. Continue reading keeping your PC clean: software or virus?

poor PC speed: why it happens and what should you do

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Having problems with your PC? There are many signs and symptoms of a slow PC. You will experience the slow performance of your PC if there’s an abnormality in the system. If you want to know what are the symptoms and the causes of the PC’s poor performance, read this article. Continue reading poor PC speed: why it happens and what should you do

simple tips: how to add separators in the Dock in Mac OS X

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if you have a bunch of commonly used applications on your Mac OS X Dock, the long stretch of icons makes the Dock looks cluttered and chances are, you’d find it hard to locate the application that you want to launch. i know it sounds silly but it happens. sometime we have to strain our eyes to locate the application even if it’s there on the Dock. a neat way is to add blank separators to visibly break the icons up into groups. for those who wants to be even more organized, this clever organization of the icons combined with the used of Spaces, also helps in monitoring what’s open in each of the Spaces too. Continue reading simple tips: how to add separators in the Dock in Mac OS X

simple tips: how to take screen shot on your Mac?

here’s a simple tip to take screenshot on your Mac. everyone knows taking screenshot on Windows-based PC is via the ‘Print Scn’ key, which keeps your screenshot on the clipboard. for Mac, you don’t have a key but all your have to do is this: Command Shift 3 (takes the whole screen) or Command Shift 4 (take screenshot of a certain portion). go ahead, try it out.

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