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How to Open Recently Closed Google Chrome Browser Tabs

Google Chrome has crossed the popularity of Firefox and becomes the number one web browser. The skinny design and fast loading speed help it to beat other browsers. Though this skinny light design is very helpful, it does have its own negatives too. This skinny design may sometimes make us close tabs accidentally. This tutorial explains how to recover the recently closed Google Chrome browser tabs on your computer. We can recover the last terminated tabs by multiple methods. Different ways to Restore Recently Closed Google Chrome Tabs Keyboard Shortcut Use the combination [CTRL] + [Shift] + [T] to open most recently closed Chrome tab in your computer. If you want to recover second last terminated tab, you may need to press the same keyboard combination. If you press the same set of keys again, third last closed tab will open. In my personal experience, it is the fasted way to recover closed Chrome browser pages on a PC. Thumbnail Start a new tab and look at the thumbnails

ID of Simon D'souza - an IT based Short Film Review

Today I would like to take a break from my normal tech related articles and introduce an awesome work of a promising young director Sanal Mohana Marar. He and his team released an IT-based short film, the ID of Simon D'souza. He succeeds to tell a touching story in a fixed time frame with perfect shots. The ID of Simon D'souza is directed, edited and released by a group of young talented people under the banner Film Fanatic Engineers. The story of this short film is by Arun Dominic and Cinematography is by Narendhiran Elangovan. Music is by Ashwin Renju. The story of the Short Film -ID of Simon D'souza This movie is about finding the exact reason for not collecting lost ID card by its owner though it is listed on Lost and Found board for a long term. This movie started with showing the daily life of a lazy young man (named Roy) employed in an IT firm in a big city very long from his native place. This young man (Acted by Arun Dominic) has nothing to do in his life ot

Unable to Access Router's Web-Based Setup Page

Sometimes you may face issues with accessing the web-based setup page of your wireless router. Your router may be from Linksys, Belkin, Netgear etc. The troubleshooting steps to fix issues with accessing your router setup page is the same for all these SOPHO wireless routers. The major difference with Belkin Wireless router and Linksys Wireless router is its router default IP address. Otherwise, both routers have the same procedure to log in the setup page. Cannot Access Setup Page of my Wireless Router- Reasons There might be many reasons which prevent access to router setup page. Some of them are: 1. Connection issues 2. Faulty Router 3. Browser Issues 4. Using wrong router IP address to log in If your Wireless Router is not connected (in order to access router setup page, it is advised to connect your wireless router to your computer using an Ethernet cable. ) to your computer properly, you cannot access router setup page. In addition to this, if your router or the

Set Maximum Download and Upload Speed of BitTorrent in Opera Browser

In Opera browser, you have the option to set maximum download speed and maximum upload speed of BitTorrent file transfer. In addition to this, you can set Bandwidth Restriction Mode for BitTorrent in Opera Browser. This option is available in Opera Configuration page where you can change the behavior of Opera. In order to access this place, follow the steps below. Change BitTorrent settings in Opera Browser 1. Open Opera browser 2. On address bar type opera:config and press enter 3. On Preferences Editor click on BitTorrent 4. Set your maximum BitTorrent Download rate here After changing the settings, don't forget to save it. After saving the new values close your Opera Window. Related Articles 1. How to View Saved Passwords in Opera 2. How to View Saved Passwords in Google Chrome 3. How to view saved passwords in Firefox 4. How to turn off Windows 7 Security and maintenance alerts Technology Blog

How to Solve Oops! Firefox Could not Find HTTP

For the past few days, I was getting the error message Oops! Firefox could not find HTTP whenever I tried to open a link in new tab. Instead of showing the webpage, Firefox start showing a Google page with the alert " Oops! Firefox could not find HTTP ". Only after refreshing the page multiple times, I could access the webpage. At first, I thought it was the issue with the web address but later I realized the truth. I was getting the same error with many websites and those websites work fine with other web browsers like Internet Explorer, Chrome etc. I read some interesting discussions about this issue on popular discussion forums and they have listed some common reasons for getting this message instead of opening the destination website after clicked a link. Reasons for Oops! Firefox could not find HTTP Some of the reasons I found from various discussion forums and portals are: Lower Memory and high number of Tabs opened Malicious Program ( I read it as Google Vi

Prevent Displaying Recently Opened Programs in Windows Start Menu

One of the coolest features of Windows 7 is its ability to store recently opened programs in start menu without any external help. This facility is very much helpful for users who often use a set of applications on his PC. All those applications he uses regularly will be placed here and he will find no issues with finding these applications. However, certain users hate to see the recently used applications in the Start menu and want to prevent the recently executed programs from showing here. This tutorial explains how to stop this automatically storing of recently executed applications here. Prevent Windows 7 from Storing Recently Opened Programs in Start Menu Right Click on the Start button and click properties Click on Start menu and uncheck both boxes After this, you should click on Apply and OK. How Does It Work Now let us check how does this procedure work? As we know, Microsoft Operating systems display the recently opened programs on Start menu by default, w

Get your Free 1 year License Key for Latest Kaspersky Internet Security

There is a golden opportunity from leading Internet Security company Kaspersky to get a one-year free license for their latest Kaspersky Internet Security (KIS). They offer free license key for Kaspersky Internet Security on a promotional base. The only issue with this offer is, it is valid for Chinese version of Kaspersky Internet Security. You are not allowed to use this one-year free license key for English version. Though the restriction is there, we can simply convert Chinese version of KIS to English version. So this offer is a boon for everyone. If you want to convert the Chinese product into English product, follow the instructions carefully. Get free license key for Kaspersky Internet Security In order to get your free license key for KIS2011, you may go to the link below. Enter your email address to get link. Now you need to enter the numbers shown in the captcha and click on the button. Now you will get your 20 digits Free 1-year L

Tools To Check Safety Of a Website

There are so many fraudulent websites nowadays whose only intention is to sell crappy products or installing malware applications on visitors computers. First type websites alert the visitor about the presence of the virus and strongly recommend them to perform an online scan to detect them. Once the scan is finished, the visitor will be forced to pay a fee to remove the virus. Second types of websites directly install malicious applications on visitors laptop. Some are intentionally created to host malware programs while others are hijacked by a third-party person. Anyway, it is important to avoid visiting any infected websites to protect our computer. Fortunately, we have some tools to check whether a website is safe to browse. Tools To Check Safety Of a Website There are certain free tools to check whether a website is safe to browse or not. Most of these tools are free to use. Norton Safe Web Norton Safe Web is a free tool to check the possible threats posed by a websit

Increase Google Spider Crawl Rate Of a Website

Search Engines automatically assign a specific rate of crawling for websites in their index. This rate depends on factors like how fast the webmaster update his site, the popularity of the pages etc. Though we cannot control the indexing pattern of Search Engine Spiders, there is a method to change the speed of crawling at least for Google spiders. This tutorial explains one method to change the current spider crawling rate if you feel the Google spiders crawl rate of your website is very low. To assign a specific crawling speed for Google spiders, you must have a verified webmaster tools account. Steps to Manually Change Google Crawling rate Of Websites The first step to perform this action is to verify your webmaster tools account with the domain name for which you are going to change the spider crawling rate. In order to set custom crawling rate for your domain, follow the steps below. Login to your Google Webmaster Tools Account. Use the link to login

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Alex George has Engineering graduation in Computer Science and an MBA in Finance. He had been working as a senior Network Engineer for ten years. His specialization is in Cisco products. Traveling is one of his hobbies and visited various places as part of his onsite work. He visited different places as part of his onsite work like New York, Dubai, London, etc. Right now Alex is a director of one of the leading career development firms in India, which trains students for UPSC, SSC, and PSC examinations. He guides a lot of students to get selection for various prestigious institutions like CBI, Income Tax Department, etc. Alex George is a stock market investor and a very active intraday trader. Engineering Background: He has a B.Tech in Computer Science and Engineering and passed different network and security courses like CCNA, CCNP (Security), CEH, and various Microsoft certifications. Finance Background: Alex has an MBA in Finance. He is an active intraday trader and a Share Market Investor. Webmaster Skills: Alex is a blogger since 2004. He has a working knowledge of HTML, CSS, PHP, and JavaScrip.