Kaspersky Total Security Coupon Code for 50% Off

Kaspersky has released a limited time coupon code for 50% off Total Security.

Total Security is Kaspersky Lab’s top tool for malware and security protection.  Along with protecting your privacy and data, it silenty monitors to boost your security whether its for online shopping or banking. It comes bundled with their Password manager and Parental Control to safeguard your kids’ browsing.

Link: See extensive details and more about Total Security

Kaspersky Total Security Screenshot

So how do you get 50% off?

On this Total Security page, add it your cart by clicking “Buy Now” and when checking out enter coupon code EARLYBIRD50  Remember, this coupon only runs for this WEEK and has a limited number of uses so make sure you enter it for it to apply to your purchase and receive 50% off MSRP. It applies to both renewals as well as new purchases.

Check or Clear FireFox Memory Usage

FireFox makes it very easy to both check and clear your FireFox memory.

If you think your FireFox is getting slow or laggy, the best thing to do is close and reopen it but if you want a quicker way, do the following:

1. Type “about:memory” in the browser address bar (where you enter websites) and press enter
2. This will bring you to a page with options to “Show memory reports”, “Save memory reports”, “Free memory”, and “Save GC and CC logs.”
3. The first couple are especially handy if you want to debug memory usage. However, if you want to simply clear memory usage, click on “Free memory.”
4. This will immediately clear the unused memory and make your instance noticably smoother. If you want to reduce memory usage further, you can click on “Minimize memory usage” within the same panel.

That’s it! A quick and simple way to clean up RAM thanks to FireFox’s hidden options.

If you encounter RAM issues more often than you care to deal with, considering upgrading your RAM with some compatible high speed options.

Free Ollie Doll with Every OtterBox Order

Every order for a rock-solid OtterBox case today receives a FREE Ollie Doll.

OtterBox started out of a garage but is now the #1 selling phone case in the US.

They sell as well as they do because every single case they make promises to protect your phone or tablet no matter if it’s an Apple iPhone or a top of the line Android. In fact, to prove it every cell phone case comes with lifetime warranty and free shipping

They’ve just sent us an exclusive offer for today only so you can get more than just their outstanding cases: Receive A FREE Ollie Doll with every order.

You can also add coupon OTTER10 to save 10% site-wide — including on already reduced products.

How To Get Free Cell Phone Service in USA For Life

Want to ditch your expensive phone plan and get free cell phone service in the USA for life? It’s easier than you think.

A company called FreedomPop is offering FREE mobile service AND data that includes 500 texts, 200 minutes, and 500MB each month.

My Experience with Their Free Cell Plan

I’ve been using the free cell plan for the last 3 months and can’t say enough about it. They use the wide networks of partner carriers like AT&T and T-Mobile to give you ccoverage  in the majority of the USA. So the best part is you’re not with some wonky carrier that with let you down just when you need the service the most. Instead, you’re piggybacking the network of the big boys.

Take a look at all the details on their website here.

How Much Money Can You Save?

Data has shown people who ditch their expensive smartphone plans save nearly $1,500 annually. If the above plan isn’t enough for you, such as if you need more data or minutes, you can add that for a fraction of the cost of the other carriers. For example, their $19.99 unlimited talk, text, and 1 GB data plan.

How Can They Offer Free Cell Service?

As I mentioned above, along with the free basic plan, they also offer full service premium options. That’s how they’re able to keep the service going. We all know cell service really costs pennies on the dollar of what the giant carriers charge you. FreedomPop just makes sure you pay nothing for basic usage.

Conclusion

There’s no contracts and its a completely free monthly service. They give you a free trial of their premium services in the first month for even more data and minutes but you can downgrade that on the website or giving them a toll free call at any time. And how can you not take FREE? If you don’t like it, just cancel or throw your SIM in the trash. But my experience makes me believe you definitely won’t be doing that.

Get it and start using it NOW — even the SIM card is FREE!

HostGator 1 Cent Coupon Offer Is Back!

A few weeks ago when I included HostGator in my reliable web hosting options, some people emailed to ask if there was an active HostGator 1 cent coupon offer.

I’m pleased to say it’s now back and I have an exclusive 1 cent coupon for my readers! It’s also known as the 1 rupee offer in India.

HostGator is one of the best web hosts bar none on the internet with their hosting delivering nearly 100% uptime and both unlimited bandwidth and unlimited space.

So how does the 1 cent coupon work?

It couldn’t be easier. Simply click this link to automatically load the coupon and go to HostGator. From there, select the hosting package you want and you get the entire month for a penny!

To make things even sweeter, packages come with $100 AdWords credit, $100 Yahoo/Bing advertising credit and, if you’re starting a new website, access to their remarkable Website Builder that lets you create your website with an easy drag-and-drop along almost 5,000 templates to choose from.

HostGator 1 cent couponThey have also have a team that can transfer your existing content from your old host and configure it free of charge.

And don’t forget the 24/7 support for any questions or issues you may run into and a no questions asked 45-day money back guarantee. You know, just incase you want that penny back! 🙂

Similar: 1and1 99 Cent Hosting Special Offer

Firefox: Reduce Cache Size or Disable It

Want to reduce Firefox’s cache size or completely disable it? You can do just that by changing these two items in its behind the scenes settings.

Reduce Browser Cache Memory Capacitity

  1. In the URL address bar in Firefox, where you would enter the website you want to visit, enter “about: config” — without the quotes.
  2.  Use CTRL-F to search for “browser.cache.memory.capacity“.
  3.  Enter the number you want to use for the memory cache in KB. If you’re unfamiliar with kilobytes, 1024 KB is 1 MB.

Reduce Browser Cache Disk Capacity

  1. In the URL address bar in Firefox, where you would enter the website you want to visit, enter “about: config” — without the quotes.
  2.  Use CTRL-F to search for “browser.cache.disk.capacity“.
  3.  Enter the number you want Firefox to use on your disk for its browser cache, also in in KB.

You can also make basic changes to the Firefox cache usage by going to Options -> Advanced -> Network under the Cached Web Content sub-heading and override its automatic cache management.

If you want to Completely Disable Cache

This can be done by changing the values for each of the entries indicated above to 0. This will let Firefox know you don’t want to cache anything at all in the memory or the disk. This is especially great for portable usage of Firefox where you have limited space available to run it.

If you’re looking to make Firefox even better, see our tips on how to have Firefox reduce memory usage

Firefox: Tips to Reduce Memory Usage

Firefox is a great memory but if you use it with more than a couple of tabs open, you’ll quickly realize that your computer gets bogged down due to its high memory usage.

But there are some simple tweaks you can make to Firefox settings to reduce memory usage.

Reduce Session History Content Viewers

  1. In the URL address bar in Firefox, where you would enter the website you want to visit, enter “about: config” — without the quotes.
  2.  Use CTRL-F to search for “browser. sessionhistory. max_total_viewers
  3.  You’ll notice the default value is -1, you want to change this to 5 or an even lower number if you can live with it.

What this does: This variable instructs Firefox how many content viewers to keep in memory while browsing. This makes your “back” and “forward” browsing much quicker but this can quickly add up with the amount of tabs you have open. Cutting this number down, clears up a lot of memory. If you hit “back” and “forward”, it simply reloads the page instead of keeping that in memory.

Reduce Session History Maximum Entries

This does something much similar to the above but is a slightly different aspect to it. Follow step 1 above, in Step 2, search for browser.sessionhistory.max_entries and change the default value of 50 to 5. This reduces the number of last pages browsed that Firefox is keeping in memory as you use it. You will not notice much difference in browsing except that Firefox will reduce the amount of memory it’s using.

Check Firefox memory usage at any time

Firefox has a handy page to track its memory usage. Enter “about:cache?device=memory” in the address bar and you’ll see a neatly presented chart of the RAM in use.

Implement these tips and you’ll notice you can dramatically reduce memory usage in Firefox with the tweaks.