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If you have Gmail and use the Firefox web browser, having gmail as your default email client for typing out emails will be handy and save alot of time. Here is how you do it.

  1. Open Firefox
  2. Left click Tools
  3. Left click Options
  4. Left Click Applications
  5. Go down the list until you find “mailto”
  6. In the drop down menu to the right of “mailto” click Use Gmail
  7. Click Ok
  8. Restart Firefox and whenever you click a Mailto link you should now be redirected to Gmail’s compose page!

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Follow the steps below to remove your Nod32 password, useful when trying to uninstall and cannot remember what it is.

  1. Click Start
  2. Click Run
  3. Type: regedit
  4. Navigate to: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Eset\Nod\CurrentVersion
  5. Right click Package ID and select Delete
  6. Exit out of Registry Editor and attempt removal of Nod32

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This usually occurs when HandyCafe uses Firefox permissions/Javascript security to lock the homepage, follow the prompts to repair.

  1. First you need to open your Firefox profile folder. Open Firefox.
  2. Click Help
  3. Click Troubleshooting Information
  4. Click on Open Containing Folder, under the Profile section.
  5. Close Firefox
  6. Right click user.js and choose Open With, Notepad.
  7. The safest bet to remove all locked security options is to select Edit, Select All and delete all the content in the document.
  8. Save and close Notepad

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  1. Login to Gmail
  2. Click on the Gear (Underneath your profile picture to the right)
  3. Click Settings
  4. Click Labs
  5. Click Inserting Images
  6. Select Enable
  7. Select Save Changes (down the bottom of the page)
  8. Now when you compose a new email a new button, Insert Image has appeared.

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If you find that your Laptop’s letters have started to type numbers, the fix for this is quite simple.

  1.  At the same time press FN+Numlock

If that doesn’t work, try the following:

  1.  At the same time press Shift+Numlock

That’s it, it should be now typing letters.