How to Create Rules Based on Email Subjects in Outlook 2013

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Do you use MS Outlook as a desktop email client? And, do you use it only for the purpose of sending and receiving emails? Did you know you could put it to other uses like organizing to-do lists and reminder for tasks? Well, I do a lot more with mine. I use it as an […]

3 Amazing Mac Audio Tips That You Probably Didn’t Know About

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If you own a Mac, then you must surely know that it is easily the most favored computer by media experts and content creators. There is a reason for this though, since OS X offers some of the best audio capabilities of any operating system out there, some of which are not always that known […]

3 Tips To Save Battery Life on iOS 7

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As you surely know, iOS 7 is the latest and shiniest iOS operating system for Apple’s mobile devices yet. Once you install it (here’s how), you will notice not only a completely redesigned interface, but also a series of new features. However, many of these new features can, without you realizing it, consume quite more […]

How to Change Default Search Provider in MS Office 2013 Suite

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MS Office 2013 suite introduces a new feature wherein you can select a word(s) from a given document and then use a search engine to explore more of it on the internet. Now, since the product is by Microsoft, it is obvious that they would associate Bing as the default search provider. Take a look […]

How To Set Up Outlook.com Using IMAP on Windows Live Mail

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Outlook.com has enabled the IMAP functionality most other email providers have been sporting for awhile. This is an important change because it enables a very beneficial method of retrieving and reading email. Previously, Outlook.com mail being read, moved, deleted, or sent from clients didn’t update the server with this information. The default method would simply […]

How to Enable or Disable and Manage Gmail Tabs Efficiently

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Gmail’s new interface, the tabbed interface, is an attempt from the email giant to help you organize and categorize your messages in the form of tabs. If the service has already been rolled out to your account, you would notice a slight change in the inbox- right on the top of the messages you would […]

3 Important New Features of The Latest PS Vita Software

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With the newest version of their software for the PS Vita system (software version 2.60), Sony tweaked a lot of the core aspects of how its portable behaves for certain tasks, making them at the same time both easier to accomplish but in some cases not-so-easy to find. Because of this, in this entry we’ll […]

How to Save Online Text and Images Directly to Google Drive

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I’ve been spending so much time in Google Drive lately, as I use it for a Microsoft Office replacement, that finding fun and interesting ways to use it has resulted in finding some very handy extensions. If you’re going to use this service often, it’s best to speed things up with add-ons or shortcuts. Google […]

How To Upgrade To iOS 7 From Older iOS Versions or From iOS 7 Beta

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iOS 7 was just released officially and it brings the most radical changes that Apple’s mobile operating system has seen to date. Best part of all? If you are an iOS device owner, the upgrade is completely free of charge. So read on to know how to install iOS 7 on your iOS device whether […]

How To Set Up Outlook.com Using IMAP on Mac OS X Mail

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For users of Microsoft’s email offering, its redesign more than a year ago to its new modern look was definitely a welcome change. However, one of the most glaring omissions since this redesign was the absence of support for the IMAP mail protocol, which caused a lot of incompatibility issues with several email applications, including […]

How to Easily Move and Organize Files by Type In Windows

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The Command Prompt is so useful that it’s hard to not want to use it all the time. There are so many practical uses for it to expedite processes like cleaning up old Desktop items or ending running processes. Another helpful solution is when it comes to moving files. The simple move command can be […]

How To Take Full Advantage of the Finder Sidebar On Your Mac

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The Finder sidebar is easily one of the most underestimated elements of the Mac. However, it is also one of the most useful ones, since it sits right there on every Finder window, which an average Mac user opens many times during the day. Because of this ease of access, it is very important to […]

How to Create Web Galleries and Calendar Using iPhoto for Mac

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In past entries we have discussed a few tips for taking advantage of Apple’s neat iPhoto application. However, this photo manager/basic editor is packed with several features that are not always known to us Mac users. In this entry, we explore a couple of them that might come in handy in some particular situations. First, […]

Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Vs the Note 2: How Do They Compare?

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Last week, Samsung officially unveiled the Samsung Galaxy Note 3, its follow-up to the massively popular Note 2. While we’ve already shown you five great reasons to consider the Note 3, and even touched on the differences between the Note 2 and its successor, this time we want to revisit the Note 3 and compare […]