How to delete saved form data in your browser

Did you face the situation where your form data is saved by browser? Can we remove the saved form data especially after we done browsing on shared computer such as in cybercafe or friend’s computer?

Example of saved form data

Example of saved form data

What if the saved form data is your credit card number and username id? Now you scared right? Haha.OK. Here I show you how to remove the saved form data in Firefox and Internet Explorer.

So far, this method can use both browsers. Here few steps what you need to do:

  1. Navigate browser to the form containing the field that has a saved value that you want to delete.
  1. Click on the text field to that your cursor is in the text field with the value you want to delete.Press the down arrow on your keyboard until the value is highlighted.
  2. Press Shift+Delete together and the value will be removed from the saved form history.

You safe now. Then, if you’re owner of the computer, of course you don’t want somebody stole your credit card number in saved form especially when you and your friends shared the computer. So, what you have to do is setting back your Firefox or Internet Explorer so that your form data will not saved anymore.

Internet Explorer
1.Tools->Internet Options->Content->AutoComplete
2.Click Settings. In this part, uncheck the checkbox ‘Forms’.

Internet Explorer settings to remove saved form data

Internet Explorer settings to remove saved form data

Firefox
1.Tools->Options->Privacy
2.In History section, select dropdown list after ‘Firefox will’. The value we select is ‘Use custom settings for history’.
3.Uncheck the ‘Remember search and form’

You are recommended to use private browsing when you are browsing in cybercafe or using friend’s computer. Every browser got this features. The browser will not track you.

Samsung Galaxy Tab is cheaper than 1Malaysia Pad

1Malaysia Pad, unknowned quality local brand tablet introduced quite pricey tablet compared to another local brand such as CSL. I’m not anti local brand, but the marketing strategy for 1Malaysia Pad is not so wise.

Sell at price RM999, the technical specification about 1Malaysia Pad still blur, but here I revealed that you can buy branded gadget, Samsung Galaxy Tab RM100 more cheaper than 1Malaysia Pad at Lazada site. WTH?

Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7 inch screen, have clear specs, comes with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich (latest OS),1024×600 screen, 16GB Internal Memory, microSD expansion up to 32GB, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 3.0 and 1GHz Dual Core processor and 1GB RAM. This tablet is Wi-Fi only.

1Malaysia Pad just give general info about their tablet, 7 inch screen (no resolution), Android OS (without version), 3MP camera, 1Malaysia Messenger and 1Malaysia Club (don’t know who going to use this software). The best part is the price RM999 limited to first 999 units order only. After that, maybe the price will be increased (kot?).

Maybe MalTechPro company should think back about their tablet price. I checked CSL tablet price is around RM600-RM700++ (maybe cheaper than that). What I know is the CSL using OEM tablet from China and put their brand into it. 1Malaysia Pad seems to be using the same way too. Oh Malaysia.

Samsung Galaxy S III price comparison chart according to telco packages

Samsung Galaxy S III become hottest gadget for next coming month. Samsung launching the gadget in the end of May in Malaysia and other countries at right time because most employees get their salary in this week. Three giant telco in Malaysia, Celcom,Maxis and Digi get their right to offer Samsung Galaxy S III  based on their packages.

In the chart below, I categorized monthly commitment as low, medium and high based on their package itself, not based on customer perspective. Example, Celcom lowest package monthly commitment is RM88 and the highest is RM250. Digi Plan is RM48 the lowest and RM88 for highest. While Maxis got only two plan- RM78 monthly and RM98 monthly which I rate as low and medium respectively. The lowest price Galaxy S III is RM999 with 24 months contract offer by Digi and Maxis. However, this is promotion only, so you have grab it early. [Read more...]

8 reasons Windows Phone Mango is best alternative smartphone

Starting today you need Windows Phone 7.5 to use Marketplace. Microsoft made an announcement that beginning from May 23, any downloads from the Windows Marketplace can only be completed by devices running the company’s Windows Phone 7.5 OS. The users who do not meet the requirement of having a Windows Phone 7.5 handset will be subject to error messages when attempting to download an app or update a previous app. The error message will go away as soon as the user installs Windows Phone 7.5 or newer.

User Interface
Windows 7 doesn’t have any multiple home-screens or applet icons/trays. Instead it has tiles, some of them are live tiles that display actual, time-bound information from several applications, particularly social networking sites such as Facebook.

Choices of devices
A lot of brands now using Windows Phone Mango. Nokia, Samsung, LG and HTC. The latest smartphone comes with Mango is Nokia 610 which is the cheapest Windows Phone Mango at price RM699. The advanced one is the HTC Titan rocks an absurdly large 4.7-inch super LCD display with a resolution of 480 by 800 pixels. Powered by a 1.5GHz processor, it supplies 16GB of storage, 512MB of RAM, and an 8-megpaixel camera. Nokia Lumia 800 is the first real Windows Phone, 3.7-inch ClearBlack AMOLED display with 800-by-480 resolution, a single-core 1.4 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, 512 MB RAM, 16GB onboard storage.

Price Factor
Even latest smartphone Windows Phone Mango is launched in the market, the price not so high like Android smartphone such as Galaxy S II and Samsung Galaxy Nexus with latest Android 4 (ICS) when the start sell in the market.

Battery Life
There’s an automatic power saving feature that can save battery from use up by the background apps and GPS. When the Battery Saver turn on, your email, Live Tiles and apps will turn off and stop working.

Multitasking
Windows Phone 7.5 has finally introduced multitasking. It’s very basic in its current form, but definitely a welcome addition. Users simply press and hold down the back key to bring up a webOS-like view of the five most recent apps opened. You can then scroll through these apps and tap one to switch back to it.

Windows Marketplace
Microsoft’s Windows Marketplace is the fastest growing applications store on the planet. The Marketplace has surpassed 80,000 published apps and is adding new applications at a rate of 340 apps per day. Additionally, some apps are region defined which means that depending on your location, you may be restricted from accessing some applications. [Read more...]

Risk become a blogger or computer programmer

Blogger or other job like computer programmer spends most of the time in front of computer doing something on their computer. More post in a day, more time blogger spends time on seat. Blogger not only posting but also they also spend time looking other websites to get new topic for next day. However, spend time on the seat is not good for the blogger. This desk job can kill blogger silently. At least, it likely makes you fatter, sicker and more stressed out than a job that doesn’t require sitting down.

The American Heart Association recommends taking at least 10,000 steps per day, so take the stairs instead of that tempting elevator. Ten minutes of climbing stairs each day will burn 150 calories for a 150-pound person. Even this research is conducted by American Heart Association, but after all, all people in the world shared same body – nobody is alien. [Read more...]