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Between the message list, search bar, labels and chat window, GMail's web interface displays a lot of information.
If your web browser is displaying all of these items in a large font, they may not fit comfortably on your screen.
Fortunately, you can easily change your web browser's text size on Gmail to ensure that all of the components fit.
Alternatively, you can use a special GMail Labs feature to change the default text size for all of the emails that you compose.
Navigate to your GMail inbox in your web browser.
Hold the "Ctrl" key on your keyboard and press the "-" key.
Your web browser will shrink all of the text on the current web page.
You can repeat this step to shrink the text even more.
Hold "Ctrl" and press "+" to increase the text size if you shrink it too much. Gmail Default Font
Navigate to your GMail inbox and click the gear icon in the top right corner of the screen.
Select "Labs" from the drop-down menu.
Scroll down to "Default Text Styling" and click "Enable."
Scroll to the bottom of the page and click "Save Changes."
Click the gear icon in the top right corner of the screen and select "Mail Settings." Click the "TT" icon in the "Default Text Style" section. Select "Small."
Scroll to the bottom of the page and click "Save Changes." Your new email messages will automatically use GMail's small text size.
Upload Files Faster
Uploading files to the Internet is one of the easiest ways
to make a file accessible to a large number of people.
However, large files can take a long time to upload
By compressing the file before the upload process, you can
cut down on the amount of time required to both upload and download the file.
Locate the file you plan to upload on your hard drive or external data storage
Right-click on the file and wait for the menu of options
Hover your mouse over the "Send-To" option and
select "Compressed Folder."
Allow the new compressed file to be created.
It will be stored in the same folder as your original file.
Connect to your Internet hosting service and upload the
compressed folder as if it were any other file.
The amount of time required for the upload will be severely
If you mean downloading has been interrupted ? Resume a Download After a Lost Connection
Your file almost finished downloading when the Internet went
down for the count, but don't worry. Whether the modem can be refreshed to
start the connection or not, many times a download can be recovered so that a
computer can resume where it left off instead of restarting from the beginning.
The best way to do this is to set up a download caching
feature ahead of time.
Luckily, the two most popular browsers, Windows Internet
Explorer and Mozilla Firefox, both include just such a feature.
Select "Tools" from the top menu in the Firefox browser to bring down
a dropdown menu. On this menu, select "Downloads."
Find the download that needs to be resumed in the
resulting "Downloads" window.
Right click on the download and select "Resume."
The download will start from the nearest completed point in
Right click on the download and select "Resume."
Save the file to be downloaded to the same location on the
computer's hard drive and name it the same as it was named the first time it
Do this by selecting "Save" from the dialog menu,
selecting the place it had been downloading to previously, naming it
appropriately (or leave it as it was if the name wasn't changed) and clicking
The file download should resume from the nearest completed
point that Internet Explorer has in its cache.
i received sms to my number that "your resume has been selected by company HRD.Your offer letter already attached with the link.Kindly download your offer letter by link www.ifile.it/wlrmy8k" but i could not find any site to download it. please kindly send offer letter to my email id "email@example.com"
First of all, do you know if the company received your resume?
Call them and see if they received it via email.
If they haven't, I would just start a msn @live.com email account you can use for business. MSN has larger storage and it's very
easy to set up an account free.