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Oct 2, 2014
My Digital Life Editorial Team

Get Free Extra 15GB OneDrive Storage to Double Disk Space to 30GB

Microsoft OneDrive (previously known as Windows Live SkyDrive) has been offering free 15GB storage space since June 2014, an increase from free 7GB disk space offered when the service was first launched. However, if the default free storage available is not enough for you, Microsoft is offering you a chance to double the OneDrive free storage to 30GB, without cost.
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Mar 27, 2014
My Digital Life Editorial Team

How to Bypass YouTube Age Restriction Without Sign In to Confirm

When starting to play or watch a video on YouTube, YouTube may block the video with a Content Warning message. The Content Warning indicates that “this video may be inappropriate for some users,” and requires you to sign in to confirm your age.
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Mar 27, 2014
My Digital Life Editorial Team

You Do Not Have Sufficient Permissions to Access WordPress Admin Error

When attempting to login to WordPress administration backend through /wp-admin/, you may encounter login failure issue with the following error message, despite the front-end (web pages) is working properly.

You do not have sufficient permissions to access this page.

WordPress Login Error
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Mar 21, 2014
My Digital Life Editorial Team

How to Disable or Enable Office 2013 Sign In and Cloud Services

With the greater push towards its cloud offerings and the availability of software as a service (SaaS) of Office 2013 through Office 365 subscription, Microsoft has enhanced the Office 2013 productivity applications with several built-in cloud features.

Sign In to Office 2013
Sign In link in Office 2013
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Mar 21, 2014
My Digital Life Editorial Team

WordPress Fails to Upload as File Type is Not Permitted for Security Reasons

WordPress has built-in media uploader or file uploader which allows user to directly upload the files to the server via online inline interface without having to use a FTP or SFTP client, and subsequently allows user to manage the media and files. However, for security purpose, WordPress restricts the file types which you could upload using the built-in multi-file uploader or browser uploader.
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Oct 21, 2013
My Digital Life Editorial Team

Official Facebook App for Windows 8 Free Download

Facebook is finally landed on Windows 8 platform, which is especially joyous for Windows RT users. Microsoft has promised the official Facebook app for Windows 8 during the Microsoft Build conference held in June, and it’s finally been released together with the arrival of Windows 8.1.

Facebook for Windows 8 is essentially Facebook for Windows 8.1, as it’s supported only on devices running Windows 8.1. So if you’re unable to search for Facebook app in the Windows Store, or encountering error when installing the Facebook modern app, do update to Windows 8.1.
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Mar 23, 2013
My Digital Life Editorial Team

How to Enable 2-Step Verification (2FA) on Apple ID

Apple is officially rolling out the two-factor authentication (2FA), which is also known as two-step verification, to Apple ID accounts that are used in most iDevices – iPhone, iPad, iPad mini, MacBook, iMac and iCloud. 2FA is an approach to authentication which requires two types of verification, comprising of a knowledge factor (a password, which is something you know) and a possession factor (typically SMS send to your mobile phone or a security code generated by token, which is something you have).
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Mar 23, 2013
My Digital Life Editorial Team

Twitter Modern App for Windows 8 Released

Twitter, the most popular microblogging service, has officially released a native Twitter app for Windows 8 Modern UI through the Windows Store.

Lack of apps, especially from the popular services and developers, is the Achilles heel for the popularity of Windows 8, especially for Windows RT which does not support running of desktop applications.
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Jul 3, 2012
My Digital Life Editorial Team

Workaround to View All Old Messages in Facebook

Facebook is hitting another glitch, this time round with Facebook Messages. Since around early July 2012, many Facebook users who log on to view the messages, emails and conversations with friends, colleagues, family members, or even customers and suppliers, are shocked to discover all their old messages “disappeared” from inbox which otherwise full of hundreds if not thousands of threads.
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Oct 12, 2011
My Digital Life Editorial Team

iCloud Lives

The official Apple iCloud website has been put online ahead of the release of iOS 5 which will be available for download in a few hours time. iCloud has been one of the core service that included in iOS 5, where its primary function is to automatically, effortlessly and seamlessly stores all your music, photos, documents, and more and wirelessly pushes them to all your devices.
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Oct 6, 2011
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Sailfish VPN 3 Months Account Free Giveaway

My Digital Life is giving away 50 (fifty) free 3-month accounts of Sailfish VPN. The 50 accounts are to giveaway via random lucky draw.

Sailfish VPN provides features no bandwidth and speed limitations through fast optimized network. Sailfish VPN works with nearly all ISPs to bypass Internet censorship or simply to ensure anonymity and secureness of Internet connection. Sailfish VPN can be used to access to blocked Internet services or to bypass firewall restriction. Sailfish VPN supports PPTP L2TP.
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Aug 11, 2011
My Digital Life Editorial Team

Amazon Kindle Cloud Reader

Apple does not want to support Flash on iOS platform (yes, iPhone, iPad and iPod touch cannot playback Flash media) as it argues that the emerging web standards, HTML5, which can do everything Flash offered will eventually replace Flash technology. And now who needs a tightly controlled App Store when a similar web app built on HTML5 can do the job?
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