Thursday, March 31, 2011

How to customize Safari Browser?

The Safari Web browser is Apple's latest and most powerful tool for surfing the Internet. It offers users the ability to customize their browser settings and parameters. It also permits them to create a personalized Web browser that is uniquely set up to their specifications. 

Safari allows users to customize a number of different browser settings, from managing bookmarks and setting appearances to activating advanced security features and changing proxy settings

How to Manage Passwords With Safari?

When logging onto a Web site that requires a user name and password, Safari will ask if you want it to save that information for future use. If you choose to save the password, Safari will save that information and automatically access it every time you want to log onto that site. 
Having Safari remember your passwords can be a great time saving tool and save you the hassle of having to remember your log in information. This is especially true if you have different passwords for different sites. Safari also gives you the ability to manage those passwords as you see fit.

This article will help you to manage passwords with Safari.

Configure Local LAN Ethernet Address

Computers and other network devices normally use Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) to acquire IP addresses. The computer asks its network gateway, normally the router or Internet service provider, for an IP address and other network information. This ensures no two computers are assigned the same IP address. 
If you need to connect to a network device that doesn't support DHCP or just want to assign your computer a static IP address, you can also configure your local area network Ethernet adapter with a custom IP address.

This article will help you to configure local LAN Ethernet address.

Parallel Port to a USB

A parallel port is a computer interface used to connect printers and other devices to the input/output (I/O) panel on the back of a motherboard. Some computers and motherboards no longer include a parallel port, as universal serial bus (USB) has replaced the parallel port.

Even if your computer doesn't have a parallel port, however, you can still connect a parallel printer to the system. A USB-to-parallel-port adapter allows you to hook up a parallel-port printer to a USB port on your computer.

Ethernet-connected Laptop to a Wireless

If you have an older laptop that relies on a wired connection to access a network hub or router, you can quickly enable wireless functionality with a USB network adapter. Installation of a wireless USB adapter takes just a few minutes. Once it's done, you can use your laptop to surf the Internet at any Wi-Fi hotspot with a broadband router.

This article will help you to convert Ethernet connected laptop to wireless.

Wednesday, March 30, 2011

USB to Ethernet Adapter

USB to Ethernet adapters are designed to quickly allow networking on a computer without an Ethernet port. The adapter converts a standard USB port on your computer into an Ethernet port, which allows communication at the USB 2.0's speed of 480 Mbps. 

Windows 7 recognizes most USB to Ethernet adapters and automatically installs all required drivers, so you do not need to install any software yourself.
This article will help you use USB to Ethernet Adapter.

Cat 5 Ethernet Cables

A Category 5 cable is defined by the Telecommunications Industry Association according to wiring and electrical standards. The short definition is it's an Ethernet cable capable of supporting a data transfer rate of up to 100 megabits per second (Mbps) over a distance of approximately 100 meters. Cat 5 cables are no longer the industry standard, but can still be found in many networks worldwide.

This article will help you to understand what are Cat 5 Ethernet Cables.

Fix Scrolling Problems in IE

Internet Explorer is a widely used Web browser in Windows operating systems. One of the most important elements in an IE browser is the scroll bar. It lets you scroll down a long Web page. You may face scrolling problems in Internet Explorer because of various system errors. 

This article will help you to fix scrolling problems in internet explorer.

Install Dell Printer Network Card

Using a single, centrally located printer saves you money and makes it simple for everyone on your network to send print jobs when needed. Not all printers include a networking option, however, so you may need to install a printer adapter.

The Dell printer adapter acts as a network card, allowing your Dell printer to connect directly to the wireless network. The adapter includes networking software that must be installed before connecting the printer to your network.

This article will help you to install a Dell printer network card.

How to Install a Wireless NIC Card

If you're setting up a wireless local area network (WLAN), each of your workgroup computers will need a wireless network interface card (NIC). These cards typically install inside the computer in an expansion slot. Once all of your computers have the proper equipment installed, you'll be able to share files, printers and a broadband Internet connection without having to string Ethernet cables throughout your home or office. 

Most newer laptops come with a wireless NIC already installed, so you will probably only need to upgrade your desktop computers to complete your WLAN.

This article will help you to install a wireless NIC card on your desktop

Tuesday, March 29, 2011

PCI Ethernet adapter

A PCI Ethernet adapter is a necessary component in a modern computer. These gateways to the Internet are generally standard equipment on store-bought, Windows-based systems. But if you need to replace your Ethernet adapter or wish to upgrade, you can do so yourself. The cards are inexpensive and the installation will help you avoid a hefty upgrade bill.

Install NIC Card and Protocols

Upgrading a Windows 98 computer with a network interface card card (NIC) is a task that someone with medium computer skills can accomplish. Cracking the case on a computer's central processing unit (CPU) can be the most daunting part of the task. Most CPUs will open easily, but some require some strength to open.

This article will help you to install the NIC card and its protocols on your computer.

Change Chrome File Association

Google Chrome is a Web browser that lets you load web pages as an alternative to browsers like Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox. You can set your computer to associate certain files with Google Chrome, which means that when you try to load certain file types, like webpages, your computer will automatically open Google Chrome.

This article will help you to change google chrome file association.

Retrieve Passwords in Google Chrome

Google chrome have the facility to save and retrieve passwords so that you don't have to enter those all the times when you sign in to a particular website.

This article will help you to save and retrieve passwords in google chrome.

Bookmark in Chrome

Chrome is an Internet browser released by Google that offers a minimalist approach to browsing. One feature of Google Chrome is the ability to bookmark and store your favorite websites. Chrome also provides a bookmark bar across the top of your browser to help you quickly access your bookmarks.
This article will help you to Bookmark a Web Site in Google Chrome.

Monday, March 28, 2011

Block Ads in Chrome in Mac

Google Chrome finally came to Mac OS X, but it was missing one key feature - ad blocking software! This article will show you how to install the browser's ad blocking software even if you're using a version of chrome that doesn't allow extensions. 

Google Chrome on Vista 64 bit

It Is possible to get Google Chrome to work on Windows Vista 64 bit. With a few simple tweaks to the shortcut used to launch Google Chrome, you can run Google Chrome on Windows Vista 64 bit - error free! This tweak will even work on Windows 7 64 bit as well!
This article will help you to work with Google Chrome on Vista 64 bit.

Saturday, March 26, 2011

How to Save a Google Map As a BMP

Saving a Google Map as a BMP is fairly simple and only takes a few minutes. However, it may be unnecessary. If you're looking to email the map to someone for reference, you can simply click "Send" followed by the recipients email address. The same applies to printing a Google Map. Nevertheless, you can save a Google Map as a BMP, if desired.

This article will help you to Save a Google Map As a BMP.

How to Disable Ad Blocking

Serving up advertisements on websites is one of the most popular ways for sites to earn money. Some advertisements are extremely flashy, loud and otherwise annoying. For this reason, ad blocking browser extensions have become quite popular. 
Certain Web browsers (Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome) allow users to create their own add-ons, extending the capabilities of the browser. Ad blocking extensions are some of the most popular.

If your browser has an ad blocking extension and you wish to disable it, you can easily do so via the browser's extension manager.

This article will help you to disable Ad blocking.

How to Delete Google's Input History.

If you have a user account or GMail email address, Google keeps track of every search you input into its search engine as long as you're logged in. Though this can be helpful if you ever need to quickly refer back to something, it could also lead to privacy concerns if you leave your account logged in on a public computer. Go through the "Settings" page on your Google account to delete your user name's input history.

This article will help you to delete Google's search history.

RealPlayer Video Broadcast in Chrome

RealPlayer is a media player developed by RealNetworks and is compatible with Windows, Linux and Mac operating systems. RealPlayer has tons of attractive features, but the most popular feature is the video download tool. Two versions of RealPlayer that has the video downloader capability are RealPlayer 11 and RealPlayerSP. RealPlayerSP is the latest version of the software.
Users can download any video broadcast from any website and they can store and watch these files anytime, anywhere and anywhere. RealPlayer only allows certain Internet browsers to take advantage of this state-of-the-art feature and Google Chrome is one of those browsers.

This article will help you to broadcast a video with RealPlayer in Google Chrome.

Friday, March 25, 2011

Use RoboForm With a Google Browser

RoboForm is a password manager and form filler for Web browsers that contains integrated password backup and synchronization of passwords between computers. RoboForm generates secure passwords, encrypts your passwords and fills out Web forms from your stored personal information with a single click.

RoboForm supports Firefox, Internet Explorer and a variety of smart phones as well as the Google Chrome browser. RoboForm for Google Chrome comes in two versions, a standalone extension that appears as a single button on the Google browser's toolbar and a toolbar that requires RoboForm for Windows installed.

This article will help you to install RoboForm in your computer.

Thursday, March 10, 2011

How to Disable an Access Point on a Belkin Wireless G Router

A Belkin Wireless G router offers port forwarding options to open an access point to a server. For instance, if you host a Web server on your network, you must open an access point that directs Internet traffic to the Web server. When you no longer host an online application, securing your network means disabling this access point. Disabling an access point is accomplished in the router console.

Remove Autofill from Google

Google's browser, Chrome, and Google toolbar save all forms you submit. This saves time when you reuse data, but you might not like the feature. You may have entered so many items that seeing them again just distracts you. You may prefer to forget some entries you've typed. You may share the computer with others and want to preserve your privacy.

Google Chrome and Google Toolbar let you disable AutoFill, stopping them from recording future data entry. To delete old data, delete them from your browser as well.

Delete Google Advanced Search History

Google is a popular search engine with an "Advanced" feature allowing users to specify many aspect of a search, such as web-page, language and file types. Google also has well-known feature that predicts what users are going to type based on past searches.
This drop-down list also includes past search terms. However, there are numerous reasons for users to want to delete their search history, such as for privacy reasons. In those instances, users must clear their private data on their Internet browser.

View a PDF in Google

If you are searching Google and come across a PDF, sometimes you only want to view it and not download it. The same is true if someone sends you a PDF file. Sometimes you want to view the PDF, but you don't necessarily want to save it on your computer's hard drive. 
Google allows you to view PDFs without downloading them. Google Docs is the specific application that allows you to share and view documents online. You can sign up for Google Docs and this will give you the ability to upload and share files--for free. You can also simply view documents on Google Docs without an account.

Use the Google Earth Flight Simulator

The Google Earth Flight Simulator is a fun tool you can use to explore Google Earth from the air. When you use the Flight Simulator, you will appear to fly over the planet in an aircraft. You can use a mouse, keyboard or joystick to control the Google Earth Flight Simulator. 
The Google Earth Flight Simulator has a heads-up display (HUD) which reports your speed, heading, bank angle, throttle and more. The Google Earth Flight Simulator can seem difficult to use when you first get started. It doesn't take much practice to get the hang of the controls.

  1. Download and install Google Earth, if you haven't already done so. Start Google Earth. Select "Tools," then "Enter Flight Simulator."
  2. Select the aircraft you'd like to use to explore Google Earth. Select the F16 Viper if you'd like to accelerate while moving upward and achieve high flying speeds up to Mach 2 (about 1,522 miles per hour). Choose the SR22 if you'd prefer to explore Google Earth at lower speeds up to 185 knots (approximately 213 miles per hour.)
  3. Select your starting position in Google Earth. Choose "Current View" if you'd like to start flying at your current position. If you'd prefer to take off using a runway, select an airport from the Google Earth Flight Simulator drop-down list. If you'd like to use a joystick, select "Joystick Enabled." Click "Start Flight."
  4. If you're using a mouse, click within the Google Earth Flight Simulator screen until the cursor becomes a "+" sign. Press the "Page Up" key on your keyboard to start accelerating. Then move your mouse or joystick downward slightly to lift off of the ground. To move your aircraft to the right, move the mouse or joystick slightly to the left. To move to the left, move your mouse or joystick to the right. Use very small motions to move around in the Google Earth Flight Simulator. Large movements will cause your aircraft to lose control and crash.
  5. Use the display on the left of the Google Earth screen to check your speed. Check the display on the right to see your altitude. Use the center display to determine your pitch angle. Look at the top of the screen to determine your compass heading. Look in the lower left hand corner to check your throttle, rudder, aileron and elevator trim.
  6. Find a landing strip or flat region when you're ready to land. Press "Page Down" to slow down your aircraft. Press "G" to let down the landing gear. Press "F" repeatedly to increase the flaps and slow your aircraft down even more. Press the comma key and the period key on your keyboard simultaneously to put on the brakes.

Wednesday, March 9, 2011

Find Places on Google Earth

Through the wonders of satellite imaging and aerial photography, Google Earth lets users zoom in on any spot on the globe. Whether you're looking for the house you grew up in, trying to find a place you once visited, or doing armchair traveling to exotic destinations, this virtual map can be fun and useful. Bring up the tool and follow these steps to find places.

Disable Google Malware Warnings

Computer crime has increased with malicious attacks conducted through Internet sites. These websites appear to be safe, but developers create them to illegally steal information from your computer and spread viruses.
Google flags pages believed to be malware with warnings. Sites with these flags should not be opened. However, if you no longer wish to see which sites may be of harm, you can disable the Google malware warnings in the Google Chrome browser.

This article will help you to disable Google Malware Warnings.

Change the Browser Font to Italics

Although most users choose not to enable the option, all modern Web browsers allow you to select an alternate default font that overwrites the font settings of any Web page you visit. Unfortunately, while all browsers allow you to choose a specific font, most do not allow you to apply an italic style to your selected type face. 
If you use the Google Chrome Web browser, changing your browser font to italics is a quick process.

This article will help you to change the browser font to itallics.

Tuesday, March 8, 2011

Disable Google Malware Protection

Google Chrome is a widely used Web browser. It was first released as a beta version in 2008. The stable version was released on the same year for public use. Google has certain default privacy settings in the browser, such as the phishing and malware protection.

If you would like to tweak these settings for any particular reason, you can change them using Google Chrome's settings menu.

Install The Google Voice

Google just added what they called "Voice and Video Chat" in your Gmail account. So if you want to talk using video chat online inside your Gmail box then this is the time to try. It is free and quick installation online according to Google.

Follow these instructions to install Google voice in your computer.

How to Disable Ad Blocking

Serving up advertisements on websites is one of the most popular ways for sites to earn money. Some advertisements are extremely flashy, loud and otherwise annoying. For this reason, ad blocking browser extensions have become quite popular. Certain Web browsers (Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome) allow users to create their own add-ons, extending the capabilities of the browser. 

Ad blocking extensions are some of the most popular. If your browser has an 
and you wish to disable it, you can easily do so via the browser's extension manager.

Monday, March 7, 2011

Sounds, Pictures or Video on Web Pages.

You can speed up your browsing capability by turning off the sound and the images that are slowing you down. 

Turning off sound can also be helpful when you're at work and surfing on the sly. These instructions work for all browsers you use in Windows.

Friday, March 4, 2011

Update the Chrome Browser

It's important to keep your Google Chrome browser updated to assure the best performance and stability. Google Chrome updates will also help by keeping you protected and allowing you to view all internet content without any problems. Google Chrome will automatically download and install updates to the browser.

This article will help you to manually install Google Chrome updates.

Recover Passwords in Chrome

ChromePass is a password-management application that displays usernames and corresponding passwords that have been stored by Chrome. The interface is very simple, and allows you to see all of your stored information, as well as corresponding web addresses.

This application is best used for backup purposes, because it allows you to save your password records into different formats (text/html/xml), so you will still have them if your computer or Chrome crash.

This article will help you to use ChromePass effectively.

Change Language Settings in Chrome

Google Chrome is a Web browser developed by Google. Because of its fast speed and reliability, many users choose Chrome over Internet Explorer.

This article explains how to change the default font and language settings for web pages in Google Chrome. Changing the font and language settings is useful when you would like to adjust the appearance of web pages.

Change Default Search Engine in Chrome

Google Chrome is a Web browser developed by Google. Because of its fast speed and reliability, many users choose Chrome over Internet Explorer.

One of the key features of Google Chrome is the ability to change the default search engine to something other than Google. Examples include the ability to change the search engine to one of the following: Yahoo, Bing, AOL and/or ASK.

Thursday, March 3, 2011

Change Download Location in Chrome

You can see that Google Chrome web browser downloads files to its default location in Windows. It does not give you the option to select the download location when you start your download.

If you would like to save your files in a different place you must specify the location prior to starting your download. The steps below describes the process involved in changing the default download location.

Google Chrome File Association

Google Chrome is a Web browser that lets you load web pages as an alternative to browsers like Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox

You can set your computer to associate certain files with Google Chrome, which means that when you try to load certain file types, like web pages, your computer will automatically open Google Chrome.

This article will help you to set Google Chrome file associations.

Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Open Adobe Reader with Google Chrome

Adobe Reader is the software that comes with the Windows operating system that allows users to view Portable Document Format (PDF) files. PDF files are commonly used to display all sorts of documents, and PDF is the widely used format when digitally transferring documents. 

The Google Chrome web browser makes it possible to search the web and open PDF files. This article will help you to open .pdf files in Google  Chrome.

  1. Open a Google Chrome browser.
  2. Go to the website on which you plan to open a PDF file with Adobe Reader.
  3. Once you've located a PDF file on the website, click on the file.
  4. When a dialog box opens, press the "Open" option. Adobe Reader will now launch so you can view the file.
  5. With Adobe Reader now open in Google Chrome, you can view the PDF file. If you'd like to save a copy of it, go to "File" and then "Save."

Hide Identity in Google Chrome

If you want to bypass Internet filters, surf the Internet anonymously by hiding your IP address, there are a number of web proxy servers that you can use to secure your web browsing activities.

Once set up is done, your computer will connect to the Internet via your proxy server, instead of directly to the Internet. Proxy server settings are set up within your Web browser. Google Chrome has various options to help set up your proxy server details for home browsing.

Delete Cookies fron Google Chrome

The main purpose of cookies is to identify users and possibly prepare customized Web pages for them. When you enter a Web site using cookies, you may be asked to fill out a form providing such information as your name and interests. This information is packaged into a cookie and sent to your Web browser which stores it for later use.

The next time you go to the same Web site, your browser will send the cookie to the Web server. The server can use this information to present you with custom Web pages.

If you are using a public or shared computer, you should clear all cookies when you are done browsing the Web to prevent other people from gaining access to your personal information. Any user can remove cookies from the Google Chrome Web browser.

Make Google Chrome Download Faster

Google Chrome is an Internet browser that functions on both Windows- and Mac-based computer systems. The program is an alternative to Internet Explorer, Safari or even Firefox.
If you are using Google Chrome and find the download are lagging, you need to perform a few troubleshooting techniques to correct problems and increase the overall download speed.


  1. Download the latest version of Google Chrome. If you are running a previous version you are not going to receive the top download speeds. Navigate to the Google Chrome website and click the download link.
  2. Download one document at a time. Downloading multiple files at once is going to slow down your overall download speed.
  3. Close out any bitTorrent services you are using. These services drain your Internet connection, preventing most other downloads from performing at an adequate speed.
  4. Exit out of Google Chrome, then restart it. The software may have loaded incorrectly, in which case restarting the program corrects the issue.
  5. Run an anti-virus scan on your computer. Once the scan has finished, delete any discovered viruses the software detects. If you don't have an anti-virus software installed, you are able to download several free programs from internet.

Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Change Your Google Chrome Theme

Google Chrome is a browser engineered to make surfing the web faster, safer, and easier. And now it does all that in style, with themes designed by top artists.

This article will help you to install google chrome theme in your computer.

Uninstall Google Chrome Extensions

Google Chrome Extensions are small programs that modify the Google Chrome browser.These extensions are written using web technologies like HTML, JavaScript, and CSS.

Google Chrome Extensions are downloadable through the Google Chrome Extensions Gallery. So far, over 2,200 extensions have been published by developers. All users with a Google Account are able to add extensions after developing them.

There are certain instances to Uninstall Google Chrome extensions to troubleshoot Internet browser errors or to simply remove an unwanted plug-in. This articles will help you to uninstall Google chrome extensions.

  1. Open the Google Chrome Internet browser. Select the wrench icon at the top right of the window.
  2. Select "Tools" from the list of menu options.
  3. Click "Extensions" from within the "Tools" menu. A dialogue box will open displaying all the add-ons and plug-ins installed on the Web browser.
  4. Select the "Uninstall" tab next to each extension you want to remove. The extension file and all stored data associated with the add-on or plug-in will be completely deleted.

Delete Search History on Google Chrome

Google's streamlined and speedy browser Chrome offers strong integrated search and an intriguing alternative to Firefox and Internet Explorer.

Delete your search history in Google Chrome to protect your privacy and also to speed up Google Chrome. You will delete any search terms you have searched for and the addresses of any websites you have visited. 

To completely delete the search history from Google's Chrome, you will need to delete the search history directly from Google's Chrome browser and also the historical Web browsing data.

Organize Bookmarks in Google Chrome

Google Chrome is a free web browser that takes just minutes to install. It's available for Windows, Mac, and Linux computers

The way to access bookmarks is one of the first things a user will notice is a bit different than other is quite simple to set up Google Chrome so that you can quickly and easily find the sites you are looking for on the internet.