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Find The Fastest Growing Business Pages on Google+ using Zoomsphere

Find The Fastest Growing Business Pages on Google+ using ZoomsphereGoogle+ has still not yet reached the level of Facebook in terms of Social Networking Users, but it has rapidly added new features eg Google Hangouts which definately make Google+ a must for every user especially a Business owner who is seeking to reach the Google+ traffic for marketing his venture through the use of Google+ Business Pages.

I came across a new online utility called Zoomsphere which lets you view  the total number of fans across various social networks including Google+.

Top Google+ Business Pages
When looking at the details page for each of these Google+ Business Pages, you will access  all kinds of other information as well like Top Commented, which is the top commented activity; Top Plussed, which is the comment or entry with the most plusses; and recent activity, which is the most recent activity on the page.

Do give Zoomsphere a try and find out the Fastest Growing Top Google+ Business Pages Now!

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How To Disable and Remove Chat From Gmail

If you prefer using Google Talk (GTalk) to chat online with your friends and only use Gmail to check emails and not for chatting. This tips will prove useful to you – This Tech Tip will help you to completely remove (and not just hide) the chat box from your Gmail mailbox.

Log on to your  Gmail Settings page, switch to the Chat tab, choose “Chat Off” and click on the “Save Changes” button. Alternatively, you may use this link to directly access your Gmail Chat settings page. You can re-enable chat in your Gmail by using the “Chat On” option.

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3 Computer Security Tips to Stay Safe Online

3 Computer Security Tips to Stay Safe OnlineAlthough Internet is growing really fast this century with a whole lot of things to do; some use it for business, some for dating, some for advertise etc. so also the dangers that are associated with the internet grows. If you don’t really know how to handle this entire problem, you might end up been a victim of internet and its problem as the sayings goes, “everything has its own problem”. Experience they say is the best teacher but most you fall a victim of something bad before you learn how to avoid that situation and how can you avoid something you do not know anything about. That why amgoing to share with you my awful experience as an internet user and this will surely help you stay safe and not be affected the same I was.

Mind the Site You Visit

My first time on the internet was an experience that I will never forget because it so much caused me a lot of trauma. Then like I said I was a novice and so I just open any website that Google and other search engine directs me to not knowing that am hurting both my system and myself.
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How to Fix Cannot Create File Error When Opening Attachment in Outlook 2007

Sometimes a User is not able to save or open an email attachments in Outlook 2007. They keep receiving this error below

“Cannot create file: filename.extension. Right-click the folder you want to create the file in, and then click Properties on the shortcut menu to check your permissions for the folder.”

This problem occurs usually when Outlook cannot access the temp file the file is linked to. To resolve this problem, try the following steps:

1. Click Start > Run and type regedit.

2. Click Edit > Find and type OutlookSecureTempFolder.

3. When regedit has found the entry, it will tell you where your Outlook temporary files are stored. It will look similar to:

C:\Documents and Settings\username\Local Settings\Temporary Internet Files\OLKrandomnumber

4. Open My Computer and navigate to this location on your hard drive.

5. Delete all of the files in this folder.

6. Restart Microsoft Outlook and you should be able to open your attachment.

Outlook 2000 Users

1.Start->Run->type “regedit“
2.Go to the following registry key: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Office\9.0\Outlook\Security
3.In the right pane, double-click OutlookSecureTempFolder
4.click Modify on the Edit menu and type “c:\temp0\” in the Value data: field
5.exit registry
6.Restart your computer

Outlook 2003 Users

1.Start->Run->type “regedit“
2.Go to the following registry key: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Office\11.0\Outlook\Security
3.In the right pane, double-click OutlookSecureTempFolder
4.click Modify on the Edit menu and type “c:\temp0\” in the Value data: field
5.exit registry
6.Restart your computer

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