How to Clear Cache from a Specific Website in Chrome

For privacy reasons and better performance of our browser, we should regularly keep deleting the cookies and other temporary stuffs from the websites. Our browser also allows us to delete the temporary stuffs at the click of a button too. But do you know, clearing your cache memory is also important?

Yes, although not for security reasons but for better and faster performance of your computer you should consider clearing your cache time to time. So how do you do that? Well, it’s very simple. You just go to C Drive properties, and click Disk Cleanup. It will list all the memory and other files that could be deleted to free up space. Continue reading “How to Clear Cache from a Specific Website in Chrome”

Disable Allow this Webpage to Access your Clipboard Message in IE

To work on internet I mostly prefer a better browser than IE like Chrome or Firefox but it was yesterday when I was required to work from office I came across this message in IE (yeah my office computer has IE 🙁 ). This is a known pop-up but I wasn’t even aware of this as I never worked on IE until yesterday when I figured out the reason behind.

Actually, cache memory is a secure place where our all the copied data resides temporarily which can be used by us in future or by an app which wish to access the location. Thus starting IE 7, Microsoft had provided restricted access to the cache memory location so that the data copied by us to the clipboard can’t be used without our consent. Continue reading “Disable Allow this Webpage to Access your Clipboard Message in IE”

How to Work Faster on Slow Net Connections

It is very irritating when you are trying to work on slow internet connection. There is nothing much that you can do when waiting for your email to get sent or waiting for the web page to get fully load before you can actually do something.

There are few dial-up users or people facing the internet problems and if you are one of them then here are some steps how you can reduce your wait time.

1.    Send multiple files faster by compressing them

If you need to send many files over the net to someone then you should send them after compressing them as compressing them using the compress utility like WinZip or WinRar reduces the size dramatically. Continue reading “How to Work Faster on Slow Net Connections”

Check your Computer’s L1 and L2 Cache for Size and Speed

One of our readers wanted to know how to check our own computer’s L1 and L2 cache memory size and speed, if same is the case with you then here are the details.

Caches are the small and fast memory space that stores the frequently used data so that the time consumed in accessing them is least and thereby the computer performs faster. There is not much of a difference in the L1 and L2 cache just that the former is implemented in the SRAM and the latter in DRAM. Continue reading “Check your Computer’s L1 and L2 Cache for Size and Speed”

Automatically Manage Cache files with Cache Sort

Cache files are important files that are automatically saved in the browser for future use. It is because of these files that we are able to browse net pages when being offline.

But managing them may be bit of problem for some people as they occupy space and should be deleted once in a while. Managing the cache files is not a problem anymore as you can manage them easily and automatically using a free tool called CacheSort. Continue reading “Automatically Manage Cache files with Cache Sort”

Difference between Intel’s Core 2 Duo and Dual Core processors

This seems to be the confusion of many people today and most of them don’t actually know the difference between Intel’s Core 2 Duo, Dual Core, Core Duo and also Pentium D processors.

Let’s see the differences between them:

In a simple language, all these processors listed above are Dual Core processors in general.

•    The processor Pentium D is just the two Pentium 4 Continue reading “Difference between Intel’s Core 2 Duo and Dual Core processors”