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How to Export Bookmarks from Firefox into Google Chrome Using HTML File

If you switch browsers, or you just want to have all of your “Favorites” or “Bookmarks” available in both of the internet browsers you use, you can export Bookmarks from Firefox to Explorer (and/or Google Chrome), and vice versa. This tutorial will show you how to Export “Bookmarks” from Firefox into Google Chrome using an HTML file. Sometimes you can also import and export Bookmarks from browser to browser without creating an HTML file. (see additional tutorials).
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How to Export Bookmarks from Firefox into Internet Explorer Using HTML File

If you switch browsers, or you just want to have all of your “Favorites” or “Bookmarks” available in both of the internet browsers you use, you can export Bookmarks from Firefox to Explorer (and/or Google Chrome), and vice versa. This tutorial will show you how to Export “Bookmarks” from Firefox into Internet Explorer using an HTML file (Firefox 30.0/Internet Explorer 11). Sometimes you can also import and export Bookmarks from browser to browser without creating an HTML file.
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How to Change Default Program that Opens Images (Windows 8)

When you open an image that someone sends in an e-mail, it opens in the "Photos" app in Windows 8. This app is limited in what you can do with the image after opening. You can change the default program that opens images so that it is Windows Photo Viewer (the photo viewer that was used in Windows 7, Vista, and XP). This will allow you to work with images as soon as you open them, no matter how you open them.
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How to Disable “Pointing Stick” on a Laptop

On some laptops there is a button in the center of the keyboard (between G, H, and B keys). This button or nub can be used in place of a mouse or touchpad. If you accidentally hit it while typing, it may be beneficial for you to turn it off if you do not wish to use it. The instructions may not be exactly the same on all laptops, but this tutorial will point you in the right direction. In this example we are using a Dell laptop running Windows 7.
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How to Use the Snipping Tool to Capture Screen Images (Windows 7)

In Windows 7 you can use the “Snipping Tool” to capture a screen shot, or snip, of anything on your screen. You can annotate, save or share the image after capturing. You can capture a free form snip (draw a line around a portion of your screen), rectangular snip, capture a specific window (i.e. dialog box, error message, or browser window), or capture the entire contents of your screen.
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