Sometimes while you are browsing the web you might want to write down a few words. Of course you can open your notepad application and write them (or even use a pen and paper!), however Jose Jesus Perez Aguinaga has another idea.
Siri often misunderstands your contacts names and doesn't pronounce them correctly. Fortunately you can teach her how to speak properly by adding phonetic pronunciations to your contacts.
Google has released Chrome browser for the iPhone and iPad in its I/O 2012 conference. However a problem is that if you open a link in another app your iPhone will use Safari. If you own a jailbroken device there is a little tweak you can do to bypass this behavior.
Although there are hundreds of beautiful Chrome themes you might want to create your own, personalized theme. Google has provided a simple tool which is installed as a Chrome app and allows you to customize the background image and colors of your theme in 3 easy steps.
If you are using Firefox and you are also using RSS Feeds you should have noticed that after the recent updates of Firefox the RSS Feed icon that used to be next to the URL bar is gone. According to Mozilla this icon was rarely used and it served little purpose. Anyway if you want to restore the feed icon here is how to do it.
Keyboard shortcuts are always helpful. Below you will find a list with some helpful shortcuts to help you speed up your browsing in Google Chrome and Google Chromium, Google's fast browser.
In Linux they are called workspaces. In Mac they are called spaces. Although they have different names they are the same thing. Virtual desktops help you reduce clutter on your desktop by allowing you to group your application windows according to the way you work and easily switch between them. Unfortunatelly Windows 7 and Windows Vista don't have such a thing. So here comes VirtualWin and nSpaces, two freewares that will allow you to add workspaces on Windos 7 and Windows Vista.
If you are working on a Linux system most probably you will have enabled the option to make a window active just by hovering over it your mouse pointer. Moreover you are able to write some text on that window although it isn't on the foreground which is extremely helpful, at least for me. However you can't do this on Windows. You have to click on the window that is back and it will come to the front. Although through Windows Control Panel you have the option to switch windows by hovering (Control Panel> Ease of Access> Change How Your Mouse Works > Activate a window by hovering over it with the mouse) this brings the window to the top. Here is a little registry tweak to get the desired result.
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