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How to download Amazon App?

All right. We have the same question. “How to download the Amazon App?”

Until today, that I realized one actually need to have PHONE, tablet, or any device which allows one to install amazon APP. Few examples are the following:

  • Fire Tablet
  • Fire TV
  • Computer, or;
  • Compatible Android and BlackBerry devices.

Visit Amazon Help and Customer Service for updates.

But actually, you can download Amazon Application in your desktop computer. Try using Bluestacks, get to know Bluestacks now!

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How to map your computer’s ENTER function from a broken enter key to any of your computer’s keyboard keys?

Is your Enter key broken or malfunctioning?

I’ve had the same problem too!

It took me 3 years to figure out the solution.

It’s easy as 1, 2, 3!

Seriously, I mean, my problem was “My laptop’s enter function won’t function anymore. Somehow I spill a drop of water in it.”

Try the solution below, because I made my enter function worked again, but not the enter key.

I just map the Enter function to another key, like “right CTRL”.

First step: Download sharp keys! Click here to be redirected to the download page!

Second step: Install and run Sharp Keys!

Third step: Soon as Sharp Key registry is open, select the keyboard key that you wish your enter function will be registered to, ON THE LEFT SIDE.

Fourth step: ON THE RIGHT SIDE, manually select ENTER function in the registry.

Fifth step: Save changes.

Sixth step: Restart your computer or laptop for the changes to take effect.

Seventh step: Test it! See if it works!

If it doesn’t, do the other way around!

Try it NOW!

I would appreciate comment below if it does or doesn’t work for you!

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Where and How to download videos from Facebook to Your Computer


KeepVid is where you can download any videos from Facebook, even from YouTube, to your computer, laptop, tablet, etc. etc. As long as you have the video URL.

But how to get that video URL from Facebook?

From Facebook. Simply follow the following steps.

Step 1: Right click on the video you found in Facebook.

Step 2: Choose show URL.

Step 3: Copy URL.

Step 4: Paste it at Keepvid.

Step 5: Scroll down, click download button.

Done Done!..


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How to embed a YouTube video into your WordPress Posts, or any other websites


All you need to do is…

1st Step: Go to your video channel account. 

2nd Step: Choose that video you wish to embed in your WordPress post or in your website.

3rd Step: Find share button.

4th Step: Click embed.

5th Step: Copy embed link.

6th Step: Paste it in your website where you wish your video to appear.

Done Done!..

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Filling up Form W-8BEN made easy: Sample Only

Welcome visitor!

& Thanks for stopping by.

I will just do a little recap and a little addition of this guide video.

You’ve been looking for some simple instructions & guides as to how to fill up the U.S W-8BEN form, you’ve watch too many videos teaching about W-8BEN, yet you’re still feeling a little bit skeptical.

So, here’s mine…

***Before you begin filling up the form, ask the following questions:

  1. Is this the correct form for me to use?
  2. Does my country have an existing tax treaty with U.S? ***If so, am I going to claim certain tax treaty benefits? ***And does the tax treaty benefits I’d like to claim meet the conditions covered by the income tax treaty between United States & Your country of residency (line 9) and of Part 3 of W-8BEN? ***If your answer is Yes, Yes, Yes respectively, then leave line 10 blank; otherwise, complete line 10.
  3. Are you a student or a researcher claiming an exemption from taxation on your noncompensatory scholarship or fellowship grant income under a tax treaty? If yes, you must complete line 10.

Attn: Student & Researchers: If you need more information about line 10 and other lines; detailed information about the instruction of W-8BEN form, visit IRS website or download rev. 2014 here.

If you want an easy guide in completing your IRS form W-8BEN, continue reading below.

Here are some instructions to guide you in completing the IRS Form W-8BEN. 

Part I, Line 1: Enter your name.

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Line 2: Enter your country of citizenship.
Line 3: Your permanent residence address is the address in the country where you claim to be a resident for purposes of that country’s income tax. 
Line 4: If the address on your account is different from the address listed on Line 3, the address on your account must be listed here.
Line 5: Enter a U.S. taxpayer number only if you have applied for and been issued one by the U.S. Social Security Administration or the U.S. IRS. 
Line 6: Enter a taxpayer number issued by the country where you claim to be a resident for purposes of that country’s income tax.
Line 7: Enter any references, if any, etc.
Line 8: Enter your date of birth.
Part II, Line 9: If you are eligible for a tax treaty rate, enter the country where you claim to be a resident for income tax treaty purposes.
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Line 10Complete this line only if you are claiming treaty benefits requiring that you meet conditions not covered by the representations you make on Line 9 and Part III. 
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Part III: Sign and date the form. 
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***If you are an agent acting under a duly authorized power of attorney for the beneficial owner or account holder, the form must be accompanied by the power of attorney in proper form.
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Form 2849, Power of attorney and declaration of representative, can be used.

W-8BEN instructions visit IRS website or download for rev. 2017 here.
(This is my sample only… please do what is right…)
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VLC Milliseconds: How to to show Milliseconds in VLC?

Showing milliseconds time in VLC is quite important for people who wants to use notepad for video captioning.

Note: It is important to know that this step will only work for VLC-2.0.x ; Other than that won’t work.

Here’s how to set up Milliseconds time in VLC:


1ST STEP:  Download and install “VLC-2.0.x” if you are currently using the latest version of VLC like vlc-2.2.x, etc.

(clicking that link —–> here (vlc-2.0.5) will automatically download vlc-2.0.5; so if you’re not yet ready, or if you have another source where you can download vlc-2.0.5; then please don’t click on that link.)

2ND STEP: Download “vlc extension time” —-> here <—- (that link is safe to click).

—> choose VLC extensions —> located in the upper right corner of the VLC-Addons page (see image below)


—> (note: all is the default, you wont see Time V2.1 in there) only when you click VLC extensions that Time V2.1 extension will appear.

—>scroll down until you find “Time V2.1” —> It looks like the image below (disregard the # of comments, for sure that # will change in the future)


—> click “Time v2.1” and then you will see further instructions on how to install time v2.1.

—> you may also follow steps here:

choose files, then click (to download) (see image below)


3RD STEP: Open both (extract) and vlc folder —> (vlc folder should be in the same location where you saved your vlc files upon installation)

Once done:

—> open “Timev2.1 (intf)” folder from folder.


—> look for “time_ext.lua” & “looper_intf.lua” files (we will transfer that to VLC folder “lua” to sub-folder “extensions” & “intf” respectively)


Note: If there is no existing “extensions” sub-folder under “lua” folder, create one & make sure to name it “extensions” (with ‘s’ )

—> once you’re done transferring “time_ext.lua” and “looper_intf.lua” files to VLC lua—sub-folder “extensions” and “intf” respectively, proceed to step 4.




4TH STEP: transfer “time.lua” file, from folder “Time v1.0 for VLC-2.0.x” to VLC folder “lua” sub-folder “intf.” 


—> after you have successfully transferred those three necessary files from ( tifolder me_ext.lua” & “looper_intf.lua” & “time.lua” ) to VLC sub-folders (“extensions” & “intf.”) respectively, proceed to step 5.

5TH STEP: Close your VLC player (if open) and then re-open for the changes to take effect; otherwise, simply open your VLC player.

Once open:

—> click viewand then you should see there “time V2.1 (intf)” —> click on it.


—> another window will pop up —> click save —> go back to view —> choose [E] in the drop down menu —>  then close VLC player and re-open again.



—> go to media –> open file –> add your video file in your VLC player.

You should see the milliseconds time at the bottom or upper or center (depending on which position you choose; in my example, I choose “bottom”) in your VLC player screen. (see sample below)


(credit: Christie Marie for the sample video; p.s I love her teachings; visit “”  )

It worked for me! It must work for you too!

Comment below if it does or it doesn’t.