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Google Apps do not work on Internet Explorer 7

Last year Google pulled the Support of Google Apps for Firefox 3.5, Internet Explorer 7, And Safari 3 . Users running those browsers may have trouble with some features in Gmail, Google Calendar, Google Talk, Google Docs, Google Sites and Google+. At some point, those apps may stop working entirely. According to Google the Google profiles are
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How to do faster conversion of units in Google Search

For faster conversions of units  just write measurement like m to km or feet to  yard get the results in your Google search. We have done some of commonly used unit conversions:-  Mile to Meters   Yard to Feet   Pound to Grams



You can play Snakes Game on Youtube Video

We are all familiar with one of the most famous ‘Snakes’ game that we used to play on our Mobiles as well as desktops and still love to play.  But Did you know that you can play Snakes game on your Youtube video? Very few people know about this but it has been on Youtube
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How to use Google as a currency converter

To do a fast currency conversion  just write [currency 1] in [currency 2]. Ex: USD in INR



How to See the ‘TIME’ of any cities around the world with GOOGLE SEARCH

There are situations when we need to know the time of a particular city e.g London. So we go to Google and search something like “What is the time in London” and have to go through few links to get the exact time in that city. But to solve your problem  type : time city
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Windows Logo Key + X, relatively unknown though quite useful shortcut for Windows 7

Press Windows Logo key + X to open Windows Mobility Center. Windows+X is a relatively unknown though quite useful shortcut for Windows 7 users with Laptops and Netbooks. In windows Mobility Center you can manger your screen brightness, volumne, battery status, wireless Network, External Display, sync Center, Presentation Settings in just on dashboard.



How Radio Button got its name

  Radio buttons were named after the physical buttons used on older car radios to select preset stations – when one of the buttons was pressed, other buttons would pop out, leaving the pressed button the only button in the “pushed in” position

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