If data is your life, then you can’t afford to lose it. And who knows, at what moment your data will be get lost? So it’s always better to take a backup of your data in regular interval. You may back it up in the cloud, which is the most reliable option, as services like Dropbox and other similar services doing so well. But this may be a costly affair for many, because of those recurring fees. Also if you don’t have an awesome internet connection, then this option may suck for you.
Couple of months back, I created a simple survey to know how many people follow the myth in computing. The people who participated in the survey are comfortable with computers and Internet. They were interested to get a Google Wave invite at the time of the survey taken. The question asked in the survey was: “What is the Windows shortcut to open Task Manager?”. What’s your answer?
Do you want to create a shortcut of any of your favorite or most used websites? You might have heard of Google Calendar or Gmail shortcuts on desktop. You might have heard web shortcuts in Google Chrome. Do you want to create such a shortcut which will open in other browser of your choice. I will tell how to make these shortcuts. It’s too easy and you don’t need any other tool. I assume that you use Windows.
I am not an expert like ProBlogger or labnol.org to give you expert blogging tips. But from my past experience, I would like to share a few.