eMule Turbo Accelerator is a new and excellent add-on for eMule file sharing program which increase your downloading speed. It basically ensures that the available internet bandwidth is used to its highest capability with minimizing the loses.
There are many ways to upload your pictures & videos to Flickr. In addition to web based upload form, there are few good FREE tools available to upload photos & videos very quickly and effectively.
Very minimal effort is required to upload photos & videos using Flickr Uploadr.
New Sony Vaio P Series touch pad received additional GPS and accelero-meter. Touch pad integrated into the frame of the screen to the left and right sides: the left functions as a mouse, right – as usual notebook touchpad. Deserves special attention accelerometer: not that he can turn the laptop into a vertical position to comfortably read text and it provides another interesting thing.
The Windows update feature notifies you of the latest updates and bug fixes for the Windows XP operating system directly from the Microsoft website. To launch the Windows update, you click the start menu, point at the “All Programs” button, and then click “Windows Update” in the programs menu. As soon as you click select Windows update on this menu, Windows XP gets you online and connects you to the Windows Update web page on the Microsoft Web site.
The accessibility options are not always loaded as standard so you will need your windows CD to install them.
1. To see if you have accessibility options installed on your computer, click on Start >> Programs >>Accessories. Look for an Accessibility choice on the drop down accessories menu.
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When Gmail first threw its hat into the email ring a few years ago, its service was open only to those who had received an invitation. Now, however, it’s free and has exploded into one of the most popular email services available – thanks to Google’s trusted brand name, its simplicity, the huge amount of storage space available for absolutely free, extra features (such as POP3 access), embedded web and video chat, and so many more! Is it any question, then, that millions of people are already using Gmail – even though it’s a relative newcomer on the email scene?