Did you ever find yourself closing Word after making some changes, and then accidently clicked ‘No’ when asked if you want to save your changes? Then you suddenly realized what you have done, only to find that there was no way to recover your work? You are not alone.
But here’s the deal: If you’re using Office 2010 or later version of Office, there’s a great – and easy – way to recover your unsaved work.
Recover Your Work in Office 2010
In order to recover your work in Office 2010, Open the relevant program (Word, Excel, Power Point etc.), and create a new file or open some other file. It doesn’t matter which file.
Click on File -> Info -> Next to Versions area, There is a button called “Manage Versions”. Click on this button and there you’ll find an option called “Recover Unsaved Documents”:
Say hello to “Poper Blocker” – The best pop-up blocker for Chrome.
It’s been 6 months since I started using this add-on. I’ve tried all kinds of pop-up blockers, but this one… well… this one does the job. Simply. Perfectly.
Some details from the add-on page:
Blocks all these annoying popups and popunders that pop no matter where you click on a page. The first pop-under blocker!
When a popup or a popunder is identified and blocked, a notification appears.
You can view the blocked content by clicking on its link in the notification.
“Allow always” will suppress the blocking of any future content generated by the current website and add it to the whitelist.
The whitelist can be managed by the extension’s options page.
Owncloud is AWESOME. I really love it, especially because it gives you full control of your data on your own server. To sum it up, imagine you can use dropbox, using your own server instead of dropbox’s.
If you haven’t tried it yet, take a look and try to install it on your shared hosting server, local server or a vps at a major hosting company: http://owncloud.org/
I decided to install it on Godaddy‘s server, because it’s cheep, reliable and fast. When I went to install it, I spent 2 days trying to figure out what went wrong (no css for some reason) and why I couldn’t get it to work well (I also made a call to their technical support center… with no luck). By the way, although they don’t publish it anywhere on the web, they do have toll-free number – see it here.
Anyway, to make a long story short, here’s what you should do in order to install owncloud on godaddy properly:
1. Download Owncloud source files, unzip it and upload it to the server via ftp.
2. Create a file called php5.ini add the following code to the file [using notepad] and upload it to the root directory:
cgi.fix_pathinfo = 1
3. Look for the .htaccess file in your root directory, and replace it’s content with the following: