When you create a Google Account, the option to store all your queries and the search results you click on is enabled by default. Google Web History keeps track of all your Google searches and associates them with your account so that Google can personalize search results. Scary you say? Yes, it sure is! Well, here is how your can get rid of this thing...

1. Go to http://www.google.com/history

2. Sign in with your Google ID and Password.

3. On left hand side click Remove items.
4. Click Clear entire Web History (Which will clean all the history that is recorded in there)

5. Go back to Remove items and then click Remove. This will stop Google Web History from being recorded in the future.

Your Done!
E-Mail Icon Generator is a small website utility which creates an image of your email id. You can use this image of your email id on your website, blogs, email, signatures, etc... This will certainly help you avoid unnecessary spam when you are posting your email in public.


For GMail, Hotmail, MSN, Yahoo!, AOL and many more!

Check Email Icon Generator here.

*I know this is an old service (Since 23rd June 2005) but it's still running good.*
Do you spend a lot of time on a computer? Do you often note down / copy stuff down from web sites, emails or want to make a list of things to do for the day. Are you are a student or traveller who needs to note time when writing some thing down?

You can do all this without any fancy software. Here is a simple trick on how to create a simple Notepad file that automatically log (write) the time-stamp from the instant you open the file.
1. Open a blank Notepad file (Click: Start --> Click: Run --> Type: notepad.exe)

2. Type “.LOG” on the first line of the new document.

3. Save the file and close Notepad.

Now when you open the same file again, you’ll see that Notepad would have added the current Date and time to the document automatically.

Write your entry for the day and close the file. Each time you open the file, Notepad repeats the process, appending the time and date to the end of the file and placing the cursor below it.

Tip: you can press [F5] or use Edit --> Time/Date to display it manually.
Once again Gmail leaps to the head of the class, miles ahead of the rest. Google has launched a feature called “Gmail Priority Inbox” that sorts important messages for you based on various factors, including but not limited to:
  1. Recurring keywords in emails you read
  2. Frequent email exchanges
  3. Your e-mail habits such as which emails you star, delete, archive and answer
You can also train the algorithm explicitly with the help of a +/- button. Based on this algorithm, Google then calculates a priority score for every email and will push the most important messages to the top of the list.

The new feature appears as a new menu item just above the “Inbox” link. Instead of indicating how many unread e-mails you have in your inbox, Priority Inbox only displays how many priority e-mails still require your attention. These appear at the top of Gmail as “Important and unread.”

Save time by using this feature and get your life back that you might have spent reading insignificant email.

What do you think of Priority Inbox? Let me know in the comments.
ALL CAPS to Lowercase Letters In Word 2010
Have you ever typed an entire sentence and accidentally left the caps lock key turned on? Is your caps lock key broken? In this article I will show you how to convert those annoying UPPERCASE TEXT into lowercase text in Word 2010. You can also convert your text into the following:
  • Sentence case will put a capital letter at the beginning of each sentence that you have highlighted and make all the rest lower case
  • lowercase will make all the text lower case
  • UPPERCASE will make all the text upper case
  • Capitalize Each Word will put a capital letter at the start of each word
  • tOGGLE cASE will change the case of every letter selected. Upper will become lower, lower will become upper.
Just open Word 2010 on your computer. Copy Paste the text there. Select all the text which you want to convert, now click the Home tab, as highlighted below, next click the Change Case, icon as highlighted below and select the lowercase.


Extra Tip: Try the keyboard shortcut - select the text you wish to modify then whilst holding down the Shift key tap the F3 key (tap it again to cycle through CAPITAL, lower case and Sentence case

Gmail has enabled the drag and drop feature in their service. Now you can drag and drop attachments from your local computer to Gmail without ever hitting the attach button and then browsing for your file. Just open the folder which contains your file and drag the file to the compose mail box. Gmail would recognize your attachment and would come up with a message advising you to drop your file in the box. Just drop it and the file would be attached.

The Gmail Team plans to enable this feature on other browsers too, but currently it is only active on Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox 3.6.

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