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Google+ Now Allows Anyone to Email You, Here's How To Opt Out
Google  recently announced  that Gmail users will be able to email all of their Google+ connections, even if they don't have their email address. The feature is currently being rolled out to all Gmail users. What does this mean? Well, if someone...
How To Download Your Gmail and Google Calendar Data
http://www.groovypost.com Google announced that Gmail and Google Calendar data will now be available for users to download and back up. A great idea, as backing up your data is a top priority, and more and more of our data is in Google’s...
Word 2013 : How to Configure Grammar and Style Settings
Microsoft Word 2013 comes with basic Grammar checking enabled. If you know where to look however, you can also turn on additional style and readability checks. Get started by Clicking File, Options. Click Proofing and scroll down to the Grammar...
Block Facebook Game Requests
If you have Facebook friends with too much time on their hands and sending you annoying game requests all day long, you should know that you're not the only. However, there is a way to get rid of them (the game requests, not said friends). Here's...
Enabling the New Gmail Tabs
Gmail has a  new interface , which allows you to get your inbox organized and help keep it that way. While the new tabs are said to be rolling out to all users at the moment, they might just be in your account already, without you knowing it....
Five Free Tools to Create & View PDFs
Say "PDF" and the first brand name that comes to mind is Adobe. Although Adobe invented the PDF, their products are far from being the cheapest or most intuitive for everyday PDF creating and viewing. There are dozens of better free alternatives...
Windows 8 Shutdown, Restart, Sleep and Hibernate Roundup
If you’re a new Windows 8 user, one of the more confusing things you’ll encounter is how to shutdown the OS. Here we’ve put together a roundup of ways to shutdown, add the Hibernate option, and create custom shutdown Tiles....
Always Paste Plain Text In Microsoft Word
One of the more annoying things in Microsoft Word is when you copy and paste something into a document from another source, and it brings over the same formatting. While you can use the Paste Special feature, it gets tedious if you’re doing...
Switch The Ribbon View In Office 2013
There was a lot of discussion when Microsoft first introduce the Ribbon in Office 2007 – though most of it negative. If you like a more minimalist look, you can still hide the Ribbon in Office 2013. But there’s an additional feature...
Spell Check Microsoft Word Documents With A Keyboard Shortcut
Microsoft Word does a fairly decent job fixing common spelling mistakes with AutoCorrect, but sometimes you’ll need to edit another persons document, or write a quick draft and check spelling later. Here’s a quick tip to run a spell...
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