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How to Write More Blog Posts Easily in Less Time

Whether you write for a living, you run your own hobby blog, or you're a student swamped with essays, you've probably asked yourself "How can I write more? How can I write faster?" Some people...
Best Burglar Deterrents

10 Best Burglar Deterrents to Consider: Home Security Tips

Can you recall what happened last night? You woke up hastily around four in the morning, after hearing the screams of your next door neighbors. At first, you thought that it was a dream. But...
Digitize DVD

Digitize DVD: How to Convert DVD Content to Digital

Do you wish to convert your DVD memories to long-lasting digital copies? Are you looking out for robust software that can efficiently digitize DVD and help you keep your memories intact? You are on the...
Best SSL Certificate Providers

How to Install SSL Certificate on Ubuntu | Apache & Nginx

With the constant increase in security standards of the web and recommendation by Google, it is kind of important to have an SSL Certificate for your website. It is not mandatory yet but soon...
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How to Start Android App Development for Beginners in 5 Steps

According to the latest research, an average smartphone user spends approximately 2 hours, 51 minutes on their phone while mobile apps take more than 92% of that time. And why wouldn’t they? Till date,...
Best Smartphone Under 30000 in India

10 Best Smartphones Under ₹30000 in India 2018

In our previous series of best smartphones list, we have already covered under 8000, under 10000, under 15000 and more. It was focused on the majority of users who are generally looking for a smartphone in...
Nvidia GPU Acceleration

How to Recover PDF, Word, Excel, PPT Password with GPU Acceleration

Lost the password to open your PDF or Office document? How to break the password so that the file can be modified without restriction? Just like PDF documents, Office Word/Excel/PowerPoint files can also be...

9 Best Ways to Prevent Your Phone from Being Hacked

Hacking is finding a weakness in someone’s software or networks with a purpose to exploit something or to gain illegal access to secured data and information. For instance - hackers use a variety of...
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