Monthly Archives: August 2008

View system files (super hidden) in Explorer

This is the first among a series of posts on administering Windows . It starts with how to see the files and folders that were hidden by Windows for some reason. The series is actually inspired from the one done

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Free online image editor

Resizr is a free online image editing site. I will allow you to use almost all the basic photo editing features. “RESIZR was conceived in July 2006 by Matt Miller, after trying to help a user upload an image to

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Download files from esnips.com without flash player

eSnips is a social content-sharing site, where you can publish and share any media type. You will get 5Gb of storage space on the servers when you signup for eSnips. You can find lots and lots of books, music files,

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Points to note while upgrading to an LCD flat panel display

An LCD flat panel display is much better for your eyes if you spend a lot of time in front of a computer. If you spend a little more money than a CRT monitor you can get a sleek ,light

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Beware of Ebay feed back exchange

The post was a mistake from my part in understanding the context of the statement. I apologize for the error. Thanks goes to Nirmal for pointing it out.

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Free online icon maker

Free tools have always been my favorite. You can see that under the free tag. If you don’t have any software to create an icon or cannot create a free icon as in the previous post, you must try this

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Analytics account open to stream lined login

Google has opened streamlined login to analytics also. If you don’t know what this is read the second tip given in the previous post – Logging in to Blogger. If you login to one Google service (like GMail) and open

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