1. Bypass the Recycle Bin
The Windows Recycle Bin is a good safeguard against accidental file deletions. However, when you know you want to permanently delete a file, you can bypass it. Instead of pressing the Del key, press Shift+Del, then Shift+Enter to confirm.
If you prefer, you can also permanently disable the Recycle Bin. First, right-click on the Recycle Bin, then choose Properties. Click on the drive you want to disable the Recycle Bin for, then select “Don’t move files to the Recycle Bin. Remove files immediately when deleted.” Click the OK or Apply button to save the changes.
1. Bypass the Recycle Bin
Picasa Web Albums is Google’s Web photo-hosting service. Users get 1GB of free hosting, and images can be uploaded and manipulated using Picasa, Google’s free desktop photo management application. Users who want additional storage can shell out up to $500 a year to bump up the hosted space to 400 times the size of the free hosting service.
Google Picasa offers a great way to show off a collection of photos with its slideshow option. This will be especially handy for those holiday moments coming up when picture-taking is at a yearlong Continue reading
That’s quite a bit trickier, or at least it used to be. There’s a nifty bookmarklet called DotEPUB that will convert whatever page you’re currently on into the widely used EPUB format. Here’s how to use it:
Point your browser to the DotEPUB page. (Note: the bookmarklet will not work using Internet Explorer, but is fine with Firefox, Chrome Continue reading
Believe or not, there is a free app that makes your Android phone look and feel exactly like an iPhone. Actually, it’s so believable, you might even forget about your iOS envy.
Espier Launcher replaces your default Android home screens with an iPhone-style interface.
Impressively, Espier even functions like an iPhone–swipe left to search your phone, create folders by dragging app icons over each other, swipe up to reveal the multitasking toolbar, and view notification counts on messages and missed calls.
You’ll also find some things iOS lacks. For example, swipe up to reveal the multitasking bar, then swipe right to Continue reading
Apple Wednesday admitted and vowed to address reports of a bug involving the battery life of the iPhone 4S.
“A small number of customers have reported lower than expected battery life on iOS 5 devices,” the company said in a statement issued to the website All Things D. “We have found a few bugs that are affecting battery life and we will release a software update to address those in a few weeks.” we can’t make sure whether it’s because the iOS 5 leak but soon Apple response to the solution to solve the problem.
Have you noticed that after upgrading to iOS 5 on your iPhone 4, you noticed that your Twitter app was not behaving up to snuff. how Twitter is integrated in iOS 5? How to repair this?
One user from Apple support says is as bad as 12 percent battery drops every 30 minutes, in which case the phone is little better than a brick.
“My iPhone 4s battery seems terrible! Almost equivalent to my 3GS and it’s terrible battery life. When I got my iPhone yesterday and restored from backup I noticed nothing really changed with minimal usage and standby! Is this normal or should I consider setting it up as a new phone because maybe something is running in the background that’s causing it to drop a percentage every few minutes under light usage? Input would be great!”
So far even we require a refund from apple won’t solve the iPhone 4S battery problem immediately, so we just find a comfortable way to make us less angry and until the Apple solution to solve it completely. To extend your iPhone’s battery Continue reading
Preparation: If you are running iTunes 10.5 and have successfully installed iOS 5, there is but a single box to check in iTunes to set up Wi-Fi Sync.
iOS 5 for iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch users now support Wi-Fi Sync, which means physically connect iOS device to Mac Book or Mac desktop to sync its contents with iTunes can be out-of-date some time later. Now you need only to be on the same Wi-Fi network for iTunes to see your device and sync it Continue reading
Taking photos is fun. Sharing photos is fun. Getting photos off your phone and on to the web is pretty much the opposite of fun. Google said it’s why they created Instant Upload: so that you never have to worry about losing those memories. And claim to us: from now on, your photos upload themselves.
This is really a sweet little deal that will automatically upload your pictures and video to Picasa Continue reading
This how to blog post is for users who use Android Gingerbread music player.
step 1. Grab Equalizer from the Android Market, and open the app. See several preset values for different types of music will be showed. If you’re a lazy guy, you can select one of these settings or even the autodetect option check box and be done.
step 2. Navigation in the app Continue reading