Aug 28, 2014
My Digital Life Editorial Team

Download 64-bit Chrome Web Browser 37 with DirectWrite Support

Looking for 64-bit flavor of web browser? Apart from Internet Explorer, which has included built-in 64-bit IE web browser in Windows 7/8, Google has also added 64-bit support to its latest version of Chrome web browser. The 64-bit version of Google Chrome was introduced in Dev channel and Canary channel in June and subsequently was available through beta channel, but now Chrome 37 is now officially available as stable version, in both 32-bit and 64-bit variants.
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Aug 27, 2014
My Digital Life Editorial Team

Windows 9 Upgrade Is Free for Some Windows 8.1 or At Just $20

Can’t wait to upgrade to Windows 9, which is expected to be released by spring 2015? Well, you may enjoy great deal if you’re the early adopter of Windows 9, which is codenamed Windows Threshold during development. According to claims by WZOR, the famous leaker for Windows operating system, Windows 9 may be available for free for some Windows 8.1 users, while costs as little as $20 (most likely $19.99) for Windows 8 and other OEM versions that come pre-installed on PC.
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Aug 27, 2014
My Digital Life Editorial Team

WZOR: Windows 9 Downloads to Leak Mid September 2014

With the rumors circulating that the date of official release for preview of Windows 9 (codenamed Windows Threshold) set to be on September 30th, 2014, the famous Windows OS leaker, WZOR, who is famous as the leaker for Windows operating system pre-release builds, has claimed that the ISO images for Windows 9 Preview may be leaked after September 15th, 2014, hopefully before Microsoft does.
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Aug 27, 2014
My Digital Life Editorial Team

How to Rename & Change Network Name in Windows 8 & 8.1

In Windows 8 and subsequent Windows 8.1, Microsoft has removed the ability for users to change the network name and network icon directly from the GUI as available in the Windows 7. In fact, network icon is no longer offered nor shown in Windows 8. And Microsoft decided to remove the ability to change network name in new iteration of Windows OS too, even though the same issue that plagued Windows 7, i.e the appending of unnecessary and unwanted suffix to the network name, continues to happen.
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Aug 27, 2014
My Digital Life Editorial Team

How to Rename Network Name & Change Network Icon in Windows 7

If you connect your computer to many networks or change network adapter frequently, you will notice that Windows may name a network connection with a new name, normally by adding a sequential number as suffix. For example, Network can become Network 2, Network 3 and so on. The number suffix may also be appended to Wi-Fi’s wireless name (SSID) when the network adapter is been replaced or refreshed with new driver, even though it’s the same wireless network from the same router or access point. In addition, Windows also automatically assign an icon for the network.
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Aug 23, 2014
My Digital Life Editorial Team

Windows 9 (Threshold) Preview Set to Available on September 30th

Windows 9, the speculative name for the next iteration of Windows operating system as the successor to Windows 8, is expected to be unveiled in September, if various news reports which have patchy accuracy when coming to predicting release of Windows OS are true.

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Aug 23, 2014
My Digital Life Editorial Team

How to Disable, Hide & Remove Developer Options Menu in Android

After enabling Developer Options menu in Settings of Android device, the mobile operating system does not provide an easy way to remove and hide the Developer Options menu again. There is a slider option inside the Developer options that allow you to disable or enable the feature, but it does not hide nor remove the “Developer options” from the Settings menu.
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Aug 23, 2014
My Digital Life Editorial Team

How to Enable Developer Options and USB Debugging Mode on Android Devices

Android’s Developer Options is a useful feature on Android smartphone, tablet or other device which provides a set of tools for developers who create, deploy, test and debug Android apps, and also several advanced options which allow user to customize or know in details about the system, such as showing CPU usage, destroying apps’ activities, forcing GPU rending for 2D drawing, showing rounded corners, enabling USB debugging, forcing the device to stay awake when charging, and etc.
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Aug 23, 2014
My Digital Life Editorial Team

How to Reboot Android Device into Fastboot or Recovery Mode via ADB

If you’re using Android phones, tablets or devices, which is proliferating across all markets, prices and channels nowadays, then you may want to familiar yourself with fastboot or recovery mode, which is useful when you need to troubleshoot your beloved phone from the like of Samsung, HTC, Google Nexus, Sony, Xiaomi, OnePlus, Oppo, Huawei, Motorola, Lenovo and etc. Other that able to boot into fastboot and recovery mode by pressing physical buttons, users can make use of ADB too.
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Aug 23, 2014
My Digital Life Editorial Team

How to Take & Capture Screenshot in Android

Wanting to take a screenshot on the Android was previously a painstaking task. Unlikely Apple iPhone, iPad and other iOS devices which have screenshot capture capability built-in from day one, older versions of Android mobile OS does not come with screenshot taking function.
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May 28, 2014
My Digital Life Editorial Team

Free 1000 Amazon Coins ($10) for Purchasing Any Android Apps

If you’re having an Android device, you will definitely want to install Amazon Appstore onto your device. Apart from free download of a paid app daily, and constant discount and rebates on apps purchase, now Amazon is also giving away Amazon Coins valued at $10 in monetary term.
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May 28, 2014
My Digital Life Editorial Team

How to Boot into Safe Mode (F8) in Windows 8 & 8.1

The Safe Mode of Windows one of the well known special state of operating system that is effectively a diagnostics mode for Windows. In Safe Mode, Windows OS loads only the bare minimum drivers and services that are required by the operating system. By loading only the minimal set of features, Safe Mode is useful in isolating the root cause and troubleshooting the problem of the Windows operating system, such as faulty device driver, corrupted software, virus infection and malware attack, which may prevent the PC from booting normally, or cause the Windows to be unstable and unusable.
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