Category: Tips, Tricks and Hacks


How to Install the XBLUE X-50

Do you own a small business? Do you have any remote workers? Then you might be interested in the XBLUE X-50. Supporting both VoIP lines and traditional lines, the X-50 is perfect for companies...


How to Install Eric6 IDE for Python on Windows

Python is one of the best General purpose programming languages out there and is extensively used in web applications, scientific research and more. There are plenty of IDEs or Integrated Development Environments for Pythons...


How to get the RSS feed for any facebook page

We use RSS feeds for many reasons, to read content from various websites in a digestible format, to pull data from websites to display in web applications and more. Almost all blogs provide a...

top 5 five plugins of wordpress


I was looking for info on the best plugins available on word press I couldn’t find anything better than my own list, maybe I am just a bit you know sort of prig (not...

How to choose the right Web Hosting Service in 2013

So you are ready to start your own website. You already know that buying a domain is important, but that’s not where the preparation ends. You also need to choose the best web hosting...

Achieving the Optimum Print Quality

Having spent a great deal of time and effort working on something, you want it to look as good as it possibly can when you press the print button and collect it from the...

Is It Safe to Sell Cell Phones?

For many who can afford smartphones, getting a new cell phone is a yearly ritual. It is yearly, because almost every year, smartphone manufacturers release new gadgets. Because of the release of better gadgets, many consumers who buy newly released gadgets often ask themselves what to do with their old smartphone. Should they give it away to a friend or relative or even to a charity program? Should they just store it in their closet? Should they throw it away or try selling it? And the ultimate question: Is it safe to sell cell phones?

Facing the Outlook PST File Size Problem? Here is the Solution

PST, a vital component of Outlook is the data file that contains all Outlook data, including email messages along with attachments, contacts, notes, appointments, journals, and other data items. Moreover, PST file is housed at local computer, making it easy for user to access it whenever required. One important thing to know about PST is its size limit. In Outlook 2002 and earlier versions, the size limit for PST is offered 2 GB, which is less than sufficient. In enterprises particularly, there is a huge amount of data, which does not find the space feasible. In turn, after analyzing the consequences of small size PSTs, Microsoft put its efforts to increase the size in the later versions i.e. Outlook 2003 and Outlook 2007 and so on.