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Author: tarekma7 - Replies: 0 - Views: 1522
Share to Win!
Share to Win!
Share your experience on Leawo Blu-ray Player with your Friends and you could win up to $69.95 software for free


http://player.leawo.org/plugin.php?speci...&run=share
Author: Xavier Torres - Replies: 0 - Views: 1306
Wireless Photo Transfer Pro - WiFi & Bluetooth Photo Share
Wireless Photo Transfer Pro - WiFi & Bluetooth Photo Share

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Still use that hefty USB wire cable to connect your Phone or Device to your computer? Well it’s time to throw that away cause Wireless Photo Transfer Pro solves that problem instantly

Wireless Photo Transfer Pro - WiFi and Bluetooth Photo Share lets you upload and download photos to your phone or device over a wireless connection & Bluetooth Functions.

It’s the easiest w
Author: Mike - Replies: 0 - Views: 1827
Friends Who Share Are The Best! - LastPass Premium
Anyone want to try LastPass to remember your passwords and simplify logging in to all your accounts. Accept my invitation below to get a free month of LastPass Premium!

https://lastpass.com/f?407946
Author: baziroll - Replies: 2 - Views: 2498
Share which Firefox Addons You Use
use Bellow Addon To Get list Name of addons
Extension List Dumper 2
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Here My list,some of them used when i need
April 9, 2016

Total number of items: 42
Author: baziroll - Replies: 0 - Views: 1565
Stop using shortened URLs to share private content
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Generating a shortened URL to share content may seem like a good idea, but it may also expose you to unnecessary security risks, a new research paper shows. Titled Gone in Six Characters: Short URLs Considered Harmful for Cloud Services, it explains how short URLs can be used by malicious players to plant malware, copy personal files, and retrieve all sorts of personal information, like your home address, a
Author: tarekma7 - Replies: 3 - Views: 12775
How to Share contests on Facebook
Hi All

I will explain how to share our giveaways on Facebook account.

To share any of our competitions on facebook and post the right link please read this :

1. Click on the Facebook link above the topic

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2. Select public share (Very important otherwise your share can't be seen)

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3. Post on your timeline

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4. Click on link using the left mo
Author: dinosaur07 - Replies: 0 - Views: 1409
Windows XP increased its market share in December
softpedia link

Lmao 
That is a fantastic face palm to Microsoft for ridiculously forcing us to upgrade to Windows 10. What a kick in the a$$h.  Bounce They have herassed us with all that bullshit saying "the safest OS of all time" but in fact they knew that the security or properly said the insecurity of an OS is user dependant, based on its unsafe habits not related per se to an
Author: whizkidraj - Replies: 1 - Views: 1061
Facebook Share Tutorial by whizkidraj
Author: scot - Replies: 2 - Views: 1824
Windows 7 leaves others behind to reclaim 50% of the market share.
Windows 7 leaves behind Windows 10  to reclaims 50% of the market share

Given Microsoft’s aggressive push for Windows 10, you’d expect the operating system to grow at a pretty fast pace, but it turns out that it’s another Windows version that’s dominating the desktop.

[color=#000000][size=medium][font=museo_sans]Windows 7, whose support is coming to an end in January 2020, is increasing its market share much faster
Author: LowcyGier - Replies: 0 - Views: 1469
Android users beware! LeakerLocker ransomware threatens to share your images, message
  • The software is being spread through bogus apps on the Google Play store
  • Booster & Cleaner Pro and Wallpapers Blur HD were both found to be infected
  • The malware claims to have backed up sensitive information to the cloud
  • It threatens to forward this data to a user's contacts unless a ransom is paid
  • Security firm McAfee doubts these claims and advises against paying out
Android users are being warned to be on the lookout for