Tech roundup of the week – Dec. 18, 2011

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This week on Pureinfotech: Facebook released Timeline to the masses — opt-in for now –, if you want to get started now, you can, and I have the perfect guide for you. Google added Sign in to Chrome feature that is going to make users that have to share their computer with others, very happy. Also the search giant added facial recognition to its social network. And I have more great stuff to get you ready for this Christmas.

You heard it, that is everyone, Facebook Timeline is here to stay. All you need to know is here: Facebook Timeline is available now whether you like it or not – Getting started guide!, also you may want to get ready and secure your profile from people you don’t know — How to delete unnecessary friends on Facebook.

With very often updates, you may haven’t notice but there is a new feature in Google Chrome that you might be missing out. Sing in to Chrome is the latest addition to Google Chrome version 16 and it allows users to sign in to multiple accounts using the same browser instance, check the article to learn all about it and how to use it — How to use the Sign in to Chrome – multiple users feature in version 16.

Not really a big splash, if we compare it with Timeline, but the giant of search, Google, this week has announced that is rolling out a new feature in Google+ that is going to make much easier tagging on photos, check the article  — Google+: How to enable or disable Find My Face, facial recognition feature.

Christmas is around the corner and this week I have three things you can do to help make the holiday much better: first is how to create beautiful personalized holiday greeting cards in Word; second, stop over playing the same Christmas songs and mix them up with new ones — all for FREE — check it out — How to create and share Spotify music playlist this holiday season, and third another great FREE Windows 7 theme to decorate your computer desktop — Christmas Desktop Fun: Download Decking the Halls theme for Windows 7.

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