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If you are signed into multiple Google account for Gmail using Chrome, chances are that you might have encountered the dreaded Bad Request Error 400 error. The error is so frustrating and vague that most users are left clueless on how to fix it. Most importantly, many of us do not have the time to fix the issue when we have to send that all important email. There are a number of forum posts on the Internet in which users mentioned that they have moved to Firefox or other browsers just because of this problem. Its a shame that both the browser and the email are from the provider and they are yet to fix it even though users have had issue for about an year! But …

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I know it might come as a surprise to many of you, but Internet Explorer 10 is AWESOME. It is the fastest and the most standards compliant version of the most hated browser in the world. I always think if Microsoft had done this about 3 years ago it would have been the most popular browser in the world. Now getting to the point, if you are a web developer or designer  like me and are using Windows 8 and find that your latest work is being rendered properly in your version of Internet Explorer but not on your client’s ridiculously old IE7, and are sitting helpless , thinking of rolling back to Windows XP just for this reason, then worry not, this tutorial is …

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When using Google Chrome you might have noticed that Adobe flash takes on some memory. There are instances when many of the flash player instances are just ads and each of them adds to the memory. It makes things worse when it becomes non responsive and have to be close via Chrome’s task manager or saves you the trouble and crashes itself. If this a typical scenario that you face in your everyday Chrome usage, then you might want to consider turning the Adobe flash player plugin off. There this cold way of completely disable Adobe Flash plugin by the following steps….. Type chrome:plugins in the address bar to open the Plug-ins page. On the Plug-ins page that appears, find the “Flash” listing. Click the Disable under …

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