Tag Archive: plug

Dec 08 2014

NETGEAR wi-fi extender can fix that dead Internet zone

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I think everyone has run into a situation where the Wi-Fi in their home just doesn’t reach all the corners. You find situations where you got dead spots or the Wi-Fi signals not strong enough and you’re not able to get a satisfactory connection to the Internet. Internet Wi-Fi routers typically advertise that the signals are …

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Nov 10 2014

Review: RT-MWK08 USB Mini-Keyboard Remote

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   Over the past couple of weeks, I’ve been trying to complete a review for the Eweat EW902, Android TV box, but I’ve been holding off on doing the second part of that review until I received a different remote. The stock remote that comes with the Eweat Android TV box that they sent me …

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Oct 24 2014

Review: iRulu 7″ Quad Core Android Tablet [R1710]

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A couple weeks ago, I was given the opportunity to review another iRulu 7 inch android tablet; it’s the R1710 with quad core processing, running the latest operating system android. I’ve done other reviews for iRulu before, but this tablet in particular has become my favorite because of its lightweight, portability and performance. In this …

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Apr 12 2014

Techie Review: iRulu 9.7″ Android Tablet

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This is a hands-on review of the iRulu 9.7″ Android Tablet [AZ941]. I did an earlier review of another iRulu Tablet about nine months ago. At the time, the purpose was to try to find a low-cost android tablet that met all the requirements I was looking for; nothing really high end, but still very …

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Sep 09 2013

ShareThis: When good services go bad

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When you’ve been on the Internet for a long time, you find yourself using the same applications over and over you get to a point where you feel comfortable with a particular application, but in time, everything changes. And it’s unfortunate when those traditional/dependable applications make changes to their processes or the policies on how …

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Jul 22 2013

Adobe – Stats for Nerds – playful or insulting?

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Adobe Flash is one of those applications/plug-ins that ‘nerds’ hate for a few reasons. It’s bloated, it has security problems, it has one of the worst upgrade processes for a required Internet application/plug-in, and with the exclusion of Google Chrome adding this plug-in for your web browser is a PITA because Adobe doesn’t work with …

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Mar 14 2013

Windows Live Writer 2012: How To Return The Plug-in Sidebar

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If you were among the many that were using Windows Live Writer 2009, you probably remember having a plug-in bar on the right hand side of the composition window; having direct access to the plug-ins that you have installed for Windows Live Writer. When Windows Live Writer got updated with the new user interface, Microsoft …

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Mar 12 2013

MRC Compose: Add Recipients In Thunderbird Like Microsoft Outlook

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One of the better plug-ins that I’ve been using lately has been MCR Compose for Thunderbird. it’s a great plug-in, I wrote about it back in November, but there’s been some updates to it and I wanted to shows some screenshots that are available for it. It changes the e-mail compose window to be something …

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Mar 11 2013

Hands on with Roku 3

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I was pleasantly surprised today when my Roku 3 showed up in the mail. I guess one of the small pleasures that I got immediately from ordering my Roku directly from the manufacturer was the fact that they didn’t mess with me on shipping. I actually ordered to Roku‘s and received both of them in …

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Feb 06 2013

Be Even More Productive By Using More Than 2 Monitors

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I’ve always said that having 2 monitors in a work environment is better than one.  The simple fact is that you can see more information on the screen at one time, which makes you more productive. A couple of years ago, I wrote an article about purchasing an USB adapter to allow you to connect …

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