Get the Best of Both Worlds by Installing Google Chrome Extensions in Opera

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Last year the developers of Opera decided to use WebKit instead of its own Presto engine, which incidentally is also used by Google's Chrome browser. Together both these companies are working on creating a new rendering engine known as Blink which is inspired from the WebKit.

Now, since the rendering engines of both these browsers are the same, Opera users have the option to use Google Chrome extensions. It's a great deal since you get the goodness of Opera and the immense choice of extensions from the Chrome Web Store.

Learn how to install Google Chrome extensions in Opera.

Use Chromebleed to Detect the Heartbleed Bug On Any Website

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The Internet never ceases to be a shady place. Don't get us wrong, we love the Internet, but it's always good to be careful. Case in point - the Heartbleed vulnerability in OpenSSL - a bug that affected major sites like Yahoo and Flickr among many others. This was discovered less than a month ago and it's already compromised over 66% of the Internet.

While most sites have driven back this vulnerability from whence it came, there are still sites out there affected by Heartbleed, and the last thing you want is your payment information, passwords or anything other personal information you send via SSL swiped by hackers.

Learn how to use Chromebleed to check for the Heartbleed vulnerability on any website.

Review: RooCASE Dual-View Vegan Folio Lives Up to the Commuter Challenge

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As a commuter, I'm always looking for a better way to protect and use my tablet on the go. It's easier said than done. There's a thousand cases out there that claim to protect and let people like me use their tablets with ease. Few actually do.

I was lucky enough to try out the RooCASE Dual-View Vegan Folio Case, designed for the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3. Let's look at how it took the punishment of my daily commute.

12 Awesome Easter Egg Features Hidden in Google Chrome

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Hippity hoppity Easter was just here. There may be no grown-up Easter egg hunts, but we can still go on our own egg hunts, and it can be done virtually in the Chrome browser.

That's right, there are Easter eggs built into Chrome - quirky things that Chrome can do - and they have been put there by developers for one purpose only, and that is to entertain us. And as you'll see in the list below, they've certainly succeeded.

All you need to access these fun eggs is to either type a phrase or word into Google search or access them on Google Drive. We've written about the 12 hidden Easter egg features added to Chrome just in time for Easter.

How to Hide Your Google+ Profile Views Count

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Google wants Google+ to be the focal point of your interaction on the Web. Whether you're visiting websites and +1'ing them or you're an author look to build your authority, Google really wants Google+ to be the place you do it. Google has rolled out changes to user profiles to include view counts when you or someone else visits. While they haven't exactly explained why this is pertinent, there is a way to turn them off if you don't want visitors to see.

We'll show you how to turn off your Google+ view count and why this is both good and bad for you if you're using the social network to build your reputation online.

NDS4iOS Plays DS Games on iOS Without Jailbreaking

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iOS users can now play Nintendo DS games on their iPhone and iPad, no jailbreak necessary. There is now a website that allows iOS users to download NDS4iOS, free of charge.

Users report performance to be mediocre at best. The emulators are in the early stages of development and still need more work to run quickly.

Review: ChargeCard Offers On the Go Charging from Your Wallet

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It's happened to every one of us. We've been out and about, enjoying life, when our phone dies. We want to take photos, we want to update our social media and we want to stay connected. What do we do?

With the Nomad ChargeCard, you can keep a handy charger in your wallet no bigger than your credit card. Let's take a look at whether the ChargeCard is a good investment to keep you charged on the go.

How to Use Your Laptop as a Second Monitor

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You never know when you'll need a larger viewing area or simply find your current screen not big enough for everything you'd like to do. When this happens, more and more people are using a second monitor as their solution.

With a second monitor hooked up to your main PC, you're able to double your viewing area, simultaneously viewing anything your heart desires from a movie going on one screen while you're working on the other to doubling the canvas area for graphic designers. There are a handful of ways this can be done as well.

Our guide will outline the best two ways to use your laptop as a second monitor.

Changes to the Win + X Menu, Taskbar & Start Screen Bring More Functionality

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The Windows 8.1 Update 1 changes have brought user functionality back to the forefront of Microsoft's mind. With consumer confidence in Windows 8.1 falling, Microsoft knew it had to make some changes to start placating to those concerns. The addition of the Start Menu in a future Windows 8.1 patch will alleviate the frustration consumers have had with the Windows 8 OS.

The Windows 8.1 Update 1 added some new functionality to the Win + X Menu and taskbar. Let's look at those changes and how they help you.

How to Sync Any Two Folders in Real-Time in Windows 7 and 8

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When organizing data in Windows, one of the easiest ways to do this, whether it's a .jpeg file or a Word doc, is with folders. Individual folders work great, but what if some of your folders were connected and you'd like them to be synched?

If so, this is now possible with DSynchronize, software created by the well-known developer Dimio that lets you synchronize two or more folders on your computer. It offers real-time syncing as well as scheduled synching, and the best part, it's absolutely free.

Our guide will outline how to sync two folders in real-time in Windows 7.

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