How To Clear Your Internet Browser History

Click Start on the desktop.
Go to Settings.
Click Control Panel.
Double-click Internet Options.
Make sure the General tab is selected.
Click Clear History in the History box.
Click OK when it asks if you want to delete all items in your history folder.
Click OK at the bottom of the General box to exit.

Open your browser and click "Tools" at the top of the screen.
From the sub-menu, choose "Clear Private Data."

Put a check mark next to "Browsing History" in the pop-up menu. Select any other items that you'd like to clear, such as your download history or saved form history.
Deselect any check marks next to any items that you do not wish to clear. Click "Clear.

RegistryClick on "Start" and then "Run."
Input "regedit.exe" into the "Run" text box and hit "Enter" to open the registry editor.
Navigate to the following location: HKEY_CURRENT_USERSoftwareMicrosoftInternet ExplorerTypedURLs.
Click on each URL that you wish to delete and hit the "Delete" key to remove it.
Close the Registry Editor when you are done by clicking on the "X" (close) button located in the top right corner of the Registry Editor window.

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Delete E Mail in Gmail on the iPhone4 or iPad with iOS4.3

With the iPhone4 and the iPad now that iOS4.2 has arrived you may have noticed a change to your email options in GMail.

There is an archive button not a delete option as there was before.

Well if you are like me you dont want to archive some mail messages so the question is , How Do You Get Delete Back?

Open up the settings tab on your iPhone or iPad and select Mail , Contacts , Calendar , then go  to your gmail account.

IPad gmail settings

You will see Archive messages at the bottom of the settings.

Simply turn that to OFF , click Done and your delete option will be back.

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It’s The Tech Time Buying Time Of Year

buying computers and technology

Lots of tech and computer products are bought at this time of year.

Here is some advice with the new products you have.

 

  1. Read the instruction manual and I mean a decent read 
  2. If it still is not working the way you think it should work refer to No 1 again
  3. When setting up tech products don't let people or the family hover over your shoulder , it will cause you to make a mistake , take your time
  4. The 30 day rule applies to tech and computers , if it is going to break down it will usually happen in the first 30 days and if it does, it is more than likely going to be a dud
  5. If you get stuck consult the biggest instruction manual , Google

 

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Print From Snow Leopard To Windows 7

So you have a printer connected to your Windows PC and you bring an Apple computer into your network / home / business and want to be able to print from your Apple / Mac to your Windows printer.

Here is the solution to this using Windows 7.
On the Windows 7 PC :    

  • Open the Control Panel  
  • Go to "Programs and Features"  
  • Go to "Turn Windows Features on or off"    4.    
  • Locate and click on the "LPD Print Service" under "Print and Document Services"  
  • Now go to "Hardware and Sound "and open up view devices and printers.Make sure the printer you want to use is shared with a name that has no spaces , I call my HP Officejet Pro 8500 HP

LPD Printing

On your Mac:

  • Open "System Preferences" – "Print & Fax"  
  • Click "+" to add a printer    
  • Right click anywhere on the tool bar and select "Customize Toolbar" then drag with your mouse and or touchpad the "Advanced" button to the toolbar    
  • Select "Advanced"   
  • In the "Type:" field select "LPD/LPR Host or Printer"    
  • In the "URL:" field enter lpd://your windows ip address/your printers share name; (e.g., lpd://10.0.0.45/HP) Remember the IP address is the address of your PC which is assigned by your router   
  • Select your printer software using the print using setting and select your printer software from the list Finally click the "Add" button and you printer will be added

 

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