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Mar 15, 2014
My Digital Life Editorial Team

VLC for Windows 8 Free Download from Windows Store for MKV, H.265 & Subtitles

VLC media player from VideoLAN is now been ported to Windows 8, to the joy of users who love the touch-based Metro environment. VLC media player is one of the most popular cross-platform open source media player thanks to its ability to play almost any and every kind of audio and video formats. It has built-in support for many audio and video compression methods and file formats, especially MKV, DVD-Video, video CD, Ogg, FLAC, subtitles such as CC, SUB, and VSUB and streaming protocols, and also has the ability to stream over computer network and to transcode multimedia files.
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Mar 15, 2014
My Digital Life Editorial Team

AirBulb Combines LED Light Bulb and Bluetooth Speaker in One Clutterless Package

Ever wonder what can be done to a light bulb other than just producing the light to brighten up your world? The idea of using readily available power source of the light bulb socket for other purpose than producing light is not new, but is surely gathering momentum with the advance of technology. If you’re thinking of listening to your favorite music through your lamb, AirBulb is an upcoming product that you may be interested.

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Mar 15, 2014
My Digital Life Editorial Team

How to Check App Storage Space Usage Size in Windows 8 & Windows 8.1

Hard disk running Windows 8 or Windows 8.1 operating system is running out of space? While it seems like an unlikely event with today’s hard disk drive which normally comes with terabytes (TB) of storage space. But not all systems enjoys such a luxury. For example, Microsoft Surface and Microsoft Surface Pro start from just 64GB of storage space, while other Windows tablet may be even fewer. In addition, people who upgrades to SSD (Solid Stage Drive) may opt for lesser GB due to cost concern.
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Mar 15, 2014
My Digital Life Editorial Team

How to Authorize or Deauthorize Computer in iTunes

With the popularity of iPhone, iPad, iPad mini and Mac OS X systems, and previously the iPod, many people has now purchased and owned media content on the iTunes Store. Apple’s iTunes Store has grown from an online music store in iPod era to one-stop online marketplace for digital entertainment, selling contents ranging from music, movies, TV shows, music videos, ringtones, books, audiobooks, and applications.
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Mar 15, 2014
My Digital Life Editorial Team

How to Disable or Enable Bluetooth in Windows 8 & Windows 8.1

Bluetooth is one of the convenient way to connect Bluetooth enabled devices, such as mobile phones, Bluetooth-enabled mouse, Bluetooth-enabled keyboard, headsets, speakers, printers and etc, to your PC wirelessly. Most modern PCs equipped with built-in Bluetooth wireless technology, which would normally be turned on by default for system with Windows operating system.
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Mar 15, 2014
My Digital Life Editorial Team

How to Open PC Settings in Windows 8 & Windows 8.1

While desktop environment of Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 continues to provide an advanced way to configure and personalize the Windows settings, the Modern or Metro Windows 8 user interface now adds an easy way to configure several essential personalization and system settings. More importantly, PC Settings is the only way for Windows RT users to configure to configure their system.
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Mar 15, 2014
My Digital Life Editorial Team

Windows 7 Guide Vol 1 – Settings Up, Optimizing & Using eBook Free Download

Windows 7 Guide Volume 1 - Setting Up, Optimizing, and Using Your Win7 System If you’re still using Windows 7 operating system, and want to know in depth about Windows 7, then you surely don’t miss the Windows 7 Guide Volume 1 – Setting Up, Optimizing, and Using Your Win7 System eBook.
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Mar 7, 2014
My Digital Life Editorial Team

How to Trick Windows Update to Offer Windows 8.1 Spring Update Downloads

The official release of Windows 8.1 Spring 2014 Update, also known as Windows 8.1 Feature Pack, is scheduled to release via Windows Update from April 8th, 2014. But if you can’t wait, and does not want to download leaked Windows 8.1 Update, seea has discovered that a simple registry hack will allow Windows Update or Microsoft Update to offer you the Windows 8.1 Spring 2014 Update instantly.
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Mar 7, 2014
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Windows 8.1 Spring Update (Feature Pack) Download Leaked

The Windows 8.1 Spring 2014 Update has been leaked, a month ahead of official general availability widely anticipated to be April 8th, 2014.

Unlike service pack, there are several updates that applied for the Windows 8.1 Spring 2014. As such, the leak includes several standalone MSU files for Windows 8.1. The main update is named KB2919355, and other updates been prerequisites or supplement. Some of the updates indicate themselves as Windows Feature Pack.
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Mar 7, 2014
My Digital Life Editorial Team

Play Local Movie and Video Files on TV via Chromecast without 3rd Party Apps

The Google Chromecast HDMI Streaming Media Player (aff), which allows user to stream audio and video content from Internet or local network to a HD TV via Wi-Fi, is one of the most affordable, easy to use and popular media streaming device. However, the ability of to cast the media content is dependent on the availability of Chromecast-enabled web apps and mobile apps, or through Google Cast extension that enables the tab casting feature to project a tab or screen to the high-definition television.
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Mar 7, 2014
My Digital Life Editorial Team

Windows 8.1 Spring Update 1 RTM and To Release on April 8th

The first major update for Windows 8.1, known as Windows 8.1 Spring Update by Microsoft or Windows 8.1 Update 1 by some, has hit RTM (released to manufacturing) milestone on February 21st, 2014. The new update general availability is expected to be released on April 8th, 2014 to all Windows 8.1 machine, and will bring a number of improvements in terms of feature-set as well as bug fixes, security updates and so on.
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Feb 13, 2014
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iPhone & iPad Do Not Show Up in Windows Explorer & My Computer as USB Storage

Sometimes, when plugging in iPhone or iPad to the USB port of computer, the iOS device is not showing up in My Computer or Windows Explorer (File Explorer in Windows 8), even though the iPhone or iPad may already been recognized in Apple iTunes software. Or worse, the iPhone or iPad may not be detected or recognized by the iTunes and the computer.
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