*I. How to Delete Internet Browser Caches, Cookies, or History Quickly: If you have ever been faced with wanting to delete your browser cache, cookies, or history, you know that the path to the browser dialog where this can be done involves a number of steps. However, there is a simple keyboard combination that will get you there faster. (Hold down all three keys.) It is Ctrl+Shift+Del This shortcut works for Internet Explorer 8 and 9, Google Chrome, and Firefox 3.6 and up. Visit the site below to see a graphic of the dialog box that opens. http://www.techsupportalert.com/content/quick-and-easy-way-delete-internet-browser-caches-cookies-or-history.htm *II. Three Quick Tips for Getting Useful Information at Google Search Updated 25. June 2012 - 5:24 by v.laurie Summertime is here and many people are taking vacations from the daily grind. Whether you are traveling, planning travel, or just relaxing, Google search is a place for some useful information. Here are three specialized search terms that will get some commonly requested information in a hurry. 1. Get flight information: Enter the name of an airline followed by the flight number. For example: British Airways 117 You will get flight information and whether the plane is on time. A related tip that was given previously is at this link http://www.techsupportalert.com/content/new-way-get-air-flight-information-google-search.htm · 2. Check the weather: · Get a quick summary of weather conditions anywhere by entering weather followed by a city. For example: weather New Delhi · · · 3. Get local movie times: · This works in the USA but I don't know about other places. Just enter the term movies followed by your zip code in the Google search bar. For example: movies 29204 You will get a list of movies playing in your area. Dan Thompson dthompson5@xxxxxxxxx this message has been scanned with microsoft security essentials _______________________________________________ Danstips mailing list Danstips@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx http://jacobsexton.com/mailman/listinfo/danstips_jacobsexton.com Robert Acosta, President Helping Hands for the Blind Email: boacosta@xxxxxxxxxxx Web Site: www.helpinghands4theblind.org You can assist Helping Hands for the Blind by donating your used computers to us. If you have a blind friend in need of a computer, please mail us at the above address.