Monthly Archives: March 2012

Your Questions About Google Chrome

March 25, 2012
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John asks…

google chrome???????????

I’ve been using google chrome for a while but then i had to recover my pc and when i downloaded it again when i search in the toolbar where u put in websites it takes me to yahoo instead of google. how can i change that so when i write something it takes me automatically to google??
thank youuuuuuuu :) ))))

admin answers:

In the Options of settings you can change your search engine. Just simply write you default search engine name i.e. Google and save it……

Mandy asks…

Google Chrome?!?!?!?!?

ok i downloaded the google earth and it gave me google chrome… like it changed the view of the internet home page. how do i get rid of the whole google chrome thing. i want my normal internet back!

admin answers:

In my opinion google chrome works alot better then mozilla firefox or the traditional internet explorer. You can always uninstall it however by going to the CONTROL PANEL and then going to ‘add or remove programs’ and clicking ‘google chrome’ and then ‘uninstall’.
In the future when you download programs, always make sure you ‘untick’ the certain special features and things downloads have to offer, if you don’t want them added. This itself will save you internet mb usage :) , and time for when you have to uninstall your unwanted programs

Betty asks…

GOOGLE CHROME??????????

i just started using google chrome cause i think its faster.but its so different then internet explorer.i cant find the home button and i dont think there is a favorites list.is there a favorites list or home button on google chrome?

admin answers:

Click the spanner top right > Options > check “Show Home button” and “Always show the bookmarks bar”

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Your Questions About Google Translate

March 24, 2012
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Betty asks…

google translate?

Why is it when I try to translate something in Arabic to English it makes no sense?
Can anybody recommend a decent translating site for Arabic?
Google ain’t cuttin it!
Also, any sites for Farsi/Iranian into English?

admin answers:

It ain’t just Google. Most computers have trouble translating any language.

Sandy asks…

How to translate an entire web page on Google translate service?

A paragraph can be translated on Google translate and they also had the facility of translating a whole web page but these days I’ve noticed that when a url is pasted on the appropriate place to translate it doesn’t do anything but says again that paste url for translation.
Have they disabled this service of a web page translation? If not then please tell me hoe to translate the whole page. Also suggest me some other translation sites. Thanks a lot.

admin answers:

Step 1
First, try the Google Translation service. You can visit http://translate.google.com and enter any block of text into the box to have it translated into another language. The default setting is from Spanish to English, but if you click on the buttons you will find drop-down menus that allow you to choose different “to” and “from” languages. If you want to translate an entire web page, just enter the URL (by copying it from your address bar) into the appropriate section and then clicking on the “translate” button.
Step 2
For more language options, try Yahoo’s tool at http://babelfish.yahoo.com. The page looks more complicated than the Google tool, but it has the same functionality, meaning that you can translate blocks of text and entire web pages.
Step 3
Try searching the internet for foreign websites using the new words you’ve learned. You can draw from a global knowledge base while researching for your term paper or article.

Hope it helps you. For more information http://www.iyogi.ca

Laura asks…

Why does google translate show rectangles when translating a word into another language on my laptop?

When I tried to translate my name (Martin) into Japanese using google translate, 5 rectangles came out. How can I fix that. Thanks in advance.

admin answers:

You don’t have the Japanese font installed.

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Your Questions About Google Voice

March 23, 2012
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Thomas asks…

google voice???????????????????????

when using google voice if my computer is off if someone calls me will i go directly to voice mail? or will go thru?

admin answers:

It depends on your setting..
If you set up for your Gmail account it will direct them to voice mail else it will ring your mobile..

Donald asks…

Google Voice????????????????????

if i call from google voice number to someone (talk on my cell) do they take my min?

admin answers:

That actually depends. I have T-mobile with the “MyFaves” that allows me unlimited calls to 5 numbers of my choosing. I setup my Google Voice number as one of those 5, so I can initiate an outgoing call from the web interface and it will ring my phone from my Google Voice number, and when I answer it will connect me to the person I was calling.

It’s somewhat of a sneaky bypass, but it works great. I know that Verizon and some other cell carriers have similar “freebie” plans where you can select a few numbers to have unlimited calls with. Look into it and you can definitely use Google Voice without using your minutes.

Chris asks…

Why does Google Voice sometimes give a busy signal after ringing?

I sometimes use Google Voice to call someone internationally, and sometimes it will ring and then give a busy signal. If I call back right away without Google Voice, it will ring and the person will pick up. Ringing followed by a busy signal seems odd and seems like it might be a Google Voice issue. Has anyone experienced this, and is it a real Google Voice issue?

admin answers:

Google Voice still has some minor issues like that, but those issues should go away over time.

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Your Questions About Eye Exercises For Myopia

March 22, 2012
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Mark asks…

Eye Health Concerns (Professional Assistance Preferred)?

Hello, I have a few questions…I’d prefer advice from an optician or other eye professional or someone who’s been using glasses/contacts for a long time. This got a little long.

1. My job requires me to use a computer for long amounts of time and I’m frequently on the computer at home, sometimes late into the night. I’m a heavy computer user. I’ve read that heavy computer users are at higher risk for eye conditions like myopia and glaucoma and that this harms how well you can see far away because it’s a close-focus and high eye stress activity. I blink and look away from time to time when my eyes feel dry or stressed, but when I look in the mirror, I can see red vessels that are present only after computer use. What do those mean? I’m thinking it’s just eye strain but I’d rather be sure. I guess the sum of my question is “Does heavy computer use harm your eyes?”

2. I wear glasses. Without them words of this size on a computer screen get blurry when it’s more than 1-1.5 feet away from me. I tend to get closer to the computer, but I suspect that would only make it worse…if I keep doing this and other close-focus activities such as reading small print, will my eyeglass prescription eventually become stronger? Before I started wearing glasses, my vision wasn’t perfect (obviously), but I recall being able to make things out better. Now, it seems that my vision has worsened. I wonder if this is why.

3. Eye improvement…I’ve been looking into vision exercises that claim to improve sight…I’ve done a few of them and they seemed to improve my eyes’ focus for a short period of time but I haven’t faithfully committed to these so I can’t speak for them. In the opinion of an eye professional, can these help improve vision over time? I’ve also been wondering about eye care supplements with lutein (e.g. I-Caps). Some friends of mine had pills like these suggested by their doctors. I don’t have any serious problems like glaucoma or macular degeneration…since I don’t have any problems with my eye (that I know of), will these have any preventative effect for me? Could they improve my vision? I’m not looking for any “magic cure”, just something to help out.

4. This one’s for my daughter…she doesn’t need corrective glasses, but wants to wear this special type of contact lens. I think they’re called “circle lenses” or “big eye lenses” or something for cosmetic enhancement. I’ve looked into allowing this. They appear to be only available online. I have some doubts about the websites I’ve seen as a) none of them look even remotely professional, b) they’re manufactured in Korea, Japan, etc. and I don’t know about their safety and sanitation standards and c) I don’t know if the material they use is the same used in the U.S…they look like soft lenses, but I’ve read that they’re worse for your eye sight either because of the material they use or its larger diameter, depriving the eye of more oxygen? They run for about $30-$40 for contacts that will last a whole year or two. I’m doubting these, but if there are any safe suppliers of a similar FDA-approved version from the U.S., or whether we should just skip these all together. Her eye sight is not worth a weird eye :/ But I have read from some people who use them that they’re just like other soft lenses, which is why I’m unsure.

5. And a sort of random but related question – can you sleep in RGP (Rigid Gas Permeable) lenses? Do you just leave them on and not remove them or do they need to be taken off like soft lenses or are they worn continually until they’re due to expire?

P.S. – I can’t afford LASIK.

admin answers:

Ok, Here we go.
Question 1: Red vessels in the eye can be part of eye strain but more likely they are a sign of dry eye. Many times we get so intense on the computer that we forget to blink and even though you say you blink, you may not be blinking enough. Make sure you blink and look away from the screen every so often and that should clear up. This answer is also going to come into play later down the line here.

Question 2: No. Working on a computer with glasses is not going to make your eyesight worse as long as the Rx in the glasses is ok for you. If you start to notice blurriness where you didn’t used to, then your Rx may need to be updated. Eyesight getting worse as we age is a normal process.

Question 3: Short answer – They’re bunk. If they were ok, every optometrist and ophthalmologist would do them. I know of no one that recommends them. Don’t waste your time or money. Lutein is found in the macula and some suggest that it may help somewhat protect from macular degeneration. My doctor recommends it as long as it is in moderation and not mega doses. 5 – 10 mg is sufficient.

Question 4: Circle lenses are not FDA approved and are not made to FDA standards. They may contain impurities that could cause serious eye infection which could lead to blindness. Stay away from them until they are FDA approved. The reason you can only get them online is because they are not FDA approved and no optometrist is going to dispense them.

Question 5: No, you cannot sleep in RGP’s. You must remove them every night to allow oxygen to reach the cornea. If you don’t, then the body will realize the cornea isn’t getting enough oxygen and it will grow blood vessels into the cornea in order to provide more oxygen but when this happens, the extra vessels will begin to block your sight and you are then into the need for surgery to correct the condition. You can also develop a corneal ulcer and believe me, once a person experiences a corneal ulcer, they wake up to the fact that they must follow the eye doctors instructions on how to wear lenses properly and take care of their eyes.

Hope this has helped.

Robert asks…

will such things really improve my eyesight?

i don’t know the name, but recently i’ve seen products which claim to improve your eyesight if you look into it about 10 minutes a day for each eye, where it will show you diferent coloured patterns etc which is supposed to relax/exercise your eyes.

it looks kinda like a gigantic white binoculars but for only one eye at a time(sorry for the very bad description, but i cant think of anything else to describe it)

will such things really work at improving my eyesight? (i have myopia, around 250 degrees)

admin answers:

Artificial corrections(glasses, contacts, surgery) are alternatives to our natural perfect eyesight. Our understanding of eyesight is so bad that 60 to 80 percent of people have blurry vision and many of them are getting stronger prescriptions year after year.

People need to seek out those that teach Natural Eyesight Improvement face to face and read the books that they suggest. If a program does not have local teachers that teach face to face or encourage a person to find a teacher near them, THEY ARE A SCAM.

From time to time a person doing eye exercises becomes aware that they can change the way they use their eyes, but eye exercises are so far off from the principles of natural perfect eyesight that they do way more harm than good. They allow every eye doctor to say that eye exercises don’t work and therefore sway another person from the hopes of natural perfect eyesight.

We need to focus on the best of what we have which is the principles of natural perfect eyesight so that we can pull away from the huge imbalance of artificial corrections.

Sharon asks…

how to cure myopia without LASIK or LENSES?

i’ve myopia. am not able to see or read something from a distance and this problem is becoming more serious day by day. i do not use lenses neither do i want to. but i want a quick cure of it.is it because of watching t.v. for several hours or using computer? should i reduce time i spend on tv?what are the ways or exercises that can be done to cure it as soon as possible?can it be cured without surgery or lenses? why do my eyes start watering if i watch tv for long?pls pls help! i need a simple,quick and effective cure to this problem.(pls do not ramble) thanx in advance:-)

admin answers:

Short answer: No exercises will work and no quick fix.

Ramble answer: You didn’t say your age, but generally in the teen years, vision can change yearly if not sooner in some cases. Once you hit 20 or so, it tends to level off to minor changes and at that time, corrective surgery would then be an option. Until then, or if that is not something you wish to do, glasses or contacts are your only option. You could google “ortho-k” to read up on that, but that is not widely accepted.

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