How To Root Kindle Fire HD 7 After Software Update 7.2.2 And 7.2.3

A new update has been rolled out for Kindle Fire HD 7 and as always, users who update to the new software version will loose root access for their devices. This update is automatically applied by Amazon via OTA. If you are planning to update your Kindle Fire for software enhancements or  have already lost your root access after updating to Kindle HD 7 software update version 7.2.3 or require Continue Reading →

How To Update Windows 8 Metro Apps

With the introduction of the Windows 8 Modern UI, there has also been the release of a number of Microsoft and third-party Modern Apps (Metro Apps). While many Windows 8 users regularly use these applications, they might not be aware of the fact that these applications periodically receive updates that can be installed to benefit from newer versions. Let’s take a look at the process involved in updating these Metro Continue Reading →

How To Upgrade From Ubuntu 12.04 To Ubuntu 12.10 Quantal Quetzal

The final version of Ubuntu 12.10 Quantal Quetzal has now been released and you can easily upgrade your Ubuntu 12.04 Precise Pangolin OS to the latest Ubuntu operating system. If you wish to upgrade your Ubuntu 12.04 operating system to Ubuntu 12.10 Quantal Quetzal, then follow the guidelines given below.

How To Upgrade To New Hotmail Interface Of Outlook.com

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In the hope of turning the wheels and making its webmail more attractive, Microsoft has reinvigorated the Hotmail user interface to provide what is suppose to be a more “user friendly” and enriched webmail experience. While most Hotmail users might not have shifted to the new UI, it is probably because many are still unaware of the change. You can now access Hotmail from the new Outlook.com URL, as well Continue Reading →

Root Kindle Fire Running Software Version 6.3.1

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Recently, a small update was launched for Kindle Fire by Amazon. This update gives users some parental control features and extra security enhancements. For more details you can refer to my post about the New Features of Kindle Fire software version 6.3. Just like previous updates, Kindle tablets end up loosing their root access after updating to this new update. Furthermore, the update also installs itself without user confirmation. If Continue Reading →

Update Root Kindle Fire To Software Version 6.3.1 And Retain Root

If you are a Kindle Fire user running software version 6.3 and wish to retain root while updating your tablet to version 6.3.1, then we have just what you need. The update 6.3.1 has brought number of handy features such as parental controls and numerous security enhancements. However, the dilemma with Kindle Fire has been that updating the tablet results in losing the root access, which is the reason we Continue Reading →

How To Upgrade From Ubuntu 11.10 To Ubuntu 12.04 Precise Pangolin

The final version of Ubuntu 12.04 Precise Pangolin is out and now you can upgrade your Ubuntu 11.10 Oneiric Ocelot to the latest Ubuntu version, by following the steps given below. Before starting the upgrade process make sure that you have ample space in your primary disk partition, as Ubuntu upgrades often result in lack of remaining disk space due to the extra files that are added during the update Continue Reading →

New Features Of Kindle Fire Update 6.3

A new update for Kindle Fire has been rolled out with some interesting new features. For those of you with rooted devices, you will loose root access with the update, which can be regained by following these steps: How To Root Kindle Fire Running Software Version 6.3. As for the new features, there have been some new sharing, movie rental, Amazon Silk Browser and numerous other additions that have been Continue Reading →

Regain Root Access For Kindle Fire After Update 6.2.2

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Kindle Fire is no doubt the most hot Android tablet out there right now. It has been receiving regular OTA updates since a few days already, which have enhanced the tablet’s fluidity and performance. The new update has also delivered better support for manually setting up e-mail providers with in the Email app. Furthermore, this new update offers a new full screen mode for viewing web pages. However, as was Continue Reading →

Update Manager Indicator, App Indicator For Ubuntu Update Manager

Updating Ubuntu can be a bit confusing at times, due lack of knowledge regarding the large number of packages that become available with each update. Many users simply update all packages when the default update manager pops-up. This often results in the installation of many unwanted packages, which consume a lot of hard disk space. Update Manager Indicator is a app-indicator applet, which helps you to manage all your Ubuntu Continue Reading →