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A year ago I decided to get iPage due to there offer I or any other person that needs web hosting services couldn’t resist. For a dollar I got an excellent hosting, and $250 worth of advertising coupons (most notably the Facebook one which I used immediately). Now a year after I decided to drop a tiny, honest review. Continue reading “iPage — a lovely web hosting service” »

Making a good looking Website has never been easier. There are tons and tons of templates and themes out there waiting for you. If you don’t know how, install WordPress. Using WordPress is really easy and I truly recommend it. After you installed it you’ll need a theme, but look no more. I present you the top 70 free and premium WordPress themes for 2013. Continue reading “Top 70 free and premium WordPress themes for 2013” »

There are lots of ways to improve the Google search. Most of them are already built-in, like adding a dash (-) to exclude all results for a certain word, tilde (~) to search including more synonyms, site: to search for information on a single website etc. I rarely use those, occasionally they come really handy. But now I’ll talk about extending Google’s possibilities with new features Google introduced recently, but also by installing new add-ons and extensions, that make search faster, better and more interesting. Continue reading “8 tips for using Google search like a Boss” »

Nearly every website, PC software and smartphone application these days require a password. And most of use are using either similar or same passwords for all these pages. Generally I have 3-4 passwords for “important” sites (Facebook, Google account, WordPress account) all of the other passwords are same, except for the last two numbers. But this is not that good, because when sites data get breached, our passwords become kind of public which is a problem for itself. Danger is multiplied if the compromised password has been used on other across multiple services. That for we need a good password manager! Continue reading “How to be more secure online with a password manager” »

Most of us are using file sharing websites either daily or just sometimes. Well if you don’t know what file sharing websites are, you probably heard for RapidShare, SpeedyShare or even old MegaUpload. There are dozens of sites like this, but most of them have a small catch-up. If you don’t buy their premium account, you’ll have to wait a minute, watch tons of ads, captchas etc. And we can get rid of that without paying anything. Continue reading “Stop waiting on file sharing websites” »

2012 is so long ago. Kind of. That’s way we don’t want to use themes that were popular in 2012, they are boring already. We need something new, like best 2013 Windows 7 themes. Only the best chosen for you! Whether you like dark or light themes, minimalistic or those taking bunch of space,  default-like or those really strange all of them are here. Continue reading “Best 2013 Windows 7 themes for your desktop” »

Most of my friends and relatives are using Adobe Reader to open and read .pdf files. I’m quite sure it’s not cause they tested all the readers and decided to use Adobe’s. Everyone is used to Adobe Reader but it’s not the best out there, not even close. There are many alternatives that are faster, more beautiful, providing much more options while using less memory. Continue reading “Best free alternatives to Adobe PDF reader” »

Keystroke logging, commonly knows as keylogger, is an action of logging (tracking) the keys being pressed on keyboard, mostly in a manner that person using the keyboard is unaware that their actions are being monitored. I have many friends and family members that are claiming to be victim of keylogger. This can be prevented in many ways, and probably the easiest one is encrypting your keyboard. Continue reading “Be safe from keylogger, encrypt your keyboard” »

Have you ever thought how great it would be to have tabs in Microsoft office so that you can operate and control faster several documents, presentations or worksheets? You wouldn’t need to swap windows to find a certain document or presentation you’re looking for, instead you’d simply just switch tabs in Microsoft Word. Yes, it’s possible with Office Tabs. Continue reading “Get tabs in Word, PowerPoint and Excel for free” »

Having lots of icons on your desktop tends to be pain in the ass. Trying to find a specific file or folder if u forgot where u left it might take u dozens of seconds, and that’s something we don’t want. We want our PC to be as fast as possible and we should be able to use it the same way. Now I have written a really long and useful guide about that one, read it here. But what I want to explain you here is how to remove the very last thing from your desktop, Recycle Bin, and put it in system tray. Continue reading “Delete Recycle Bin from your desktop and move it to system tray” »