Back Up your Gmail account using Gmvault for Windows, Mac & Linux


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We all need to back up our email at some point, and if your using Gmail for your Email services, then you might want to consider using the program Gmvault to back up your Gmail account so that you don’t lose those important emails you have stored, for more check out Gmvault for Windows, Linux or Mac.

Get your iCloud Data playing Nice with Outlook using CodeTwo Sync for iCloud


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If your using the iCloud service for storing certain data, and you also use Outlook for whatever reason, you might want the two communicating and exchanging data with each other, and you might want to check out the handy program CodeTow Sync for iCloud out for Windows.

Preview Movies in Windows Explorer with Media Preview


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It sometimes might be helpful if you can preview a video or movie in Windows explorer before you go ahead and open the movie for one reason or another, and to that end if you like to add this type of functionality to Windows Explorer you might want to take a look at the program Media Preview for Windows.

Avoid Your Mouse Cursor from Slipping to Next Screen on Dual Monitor Setup in Windows


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If you happen to be a bold individual and are using a Dual monitor display to interact with your Windows Desktop, on of the more annoying things you might have had to fight is when your looking to close a window, perhaps you mouse cursor drifts into the other screen causing you a bit of a headache trying to aim the cursor to the right spot, you can fix this issue by checking out this article with a tip regarding this HERE.

Unify your Calendar, To-Do list and Contacts Across Systems using Fruux


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If you use multiple systems, like a Windows system at work, a Mac at home, a Android on the go, then you might find it hard to find one single solution that will allow you to access your Calendar, To-Do List and contacts across all of the different systems you might use at any given time, but you can get such a solution using the free service Fruux.

Get Music Discovery for Windows with Hypegram


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You probably have seen Music discovery apps or functions in apps here and there, but if your looking for a polished solutions for you Windows Desktop then you probably should give the program Hypegram a shot!

Keep Track of your Network Activity In Windows Using NetSpeedMonitor


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At times it might be useful to know how much of your networks bandwidth your using, and you might not be able to find that out so easily, but if your on a Windows Desktop you might want to grab the program NetSpeedMonitor to help you track down how much bandwidth your using, and you can find the information in your Task bar, for more check out NetSpeedMonitor for Windows.

Take Regular Breaks on your Windows machine with EyeLeo


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It isn’t good to sit behind a computer screen for hours on end doing work, and so taking a scheduled break from the computer every so often isn’t a bad idea, and to remind you of when you should take this break on your Windows machine is a program called EyeLeo which will dim your screen reminding you its time to take five, for more check out EyeLeo for Windows.

Edit your Windows Content Menu’s with Right Click Tweaker for Windows


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When it comes to Windows Content Menus or for those that don’t know what this is, the menu that comes up in Windows when you right click on your mouse, you might find that some of them have too much of crap in them, or perhaps they are missing a options you really need, either way you might want to check out the Windows program Right Click Tweaker which will allow you to edit the menu, putting items you want on there, for more check out Right Click Tweaker for Windows.

Sync Multiple Windows Desktops with Dropbox Service


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If you have been trying to sync your Windows Desktops in various locations, one of the ways you can do it is by employing the service Dropbox, but you may lack the details on how this is done, and for that make sure you check out this article HERE.

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