Archive for January, 2012

Yes we all get brain farts once in a while, so I wrote this post to help you access to your Kindle if you’re having problems remembering your security password.

Kindle Fire

After 4 failed attempts at entering your password, you’ll be asked to restore your Kindle to factory default settings.  Unfortunately, this will delete all content on your Kindle Fire and you’ll need to register it again before downloading items from your Amazon account.  You can then create a new password for your Kindle Fire.

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Amazon Kindle Cloud Reader

Did you know that even without owning a Kindle, you can still have access to thousands of books (paid and free)?  In this post I’m going to show you two easy ways to start reading Kindle books using your computer and free apps:

Method 1:  Kindle Cloud Reader

It might sound complicated but the Kindle Cloud Reader is basically the browser in your computer.  Kindle Cloud Reader runs in your web browser but looks and acts just like an app and you can continue reading even if you lose your internet connection.

The Cloud Reader is the easiest way to read Kindle books because it doesn’t requires any Kindle device.

Click here to visit the Cloud Reader page and sign in to your account.

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Send to Kindle for PC is a FREE application that lets you easily send your personal documents to your Kindle and supported Kindle reading applications from your personal computer. Using Send to Kindle for PC, you can also store your personal documents in your Kindle Library and download them conveniently to your Kindle device and supported Kindle reading applications when connected wirelessly.

How do I download and install Send to Kindle for PC?

You can download and install Send to Kindle for PC by clicking the “Download Now” button below and follow the on-screen installation instructions after the download completes.

What files tips are supported by Send to Kindle for PC?

You can send the following file types to your registered Kindles, supported Kindle reading applications, and your Kindle Library in the Amazon Cloud:

  • Microsoft Word (.DOC)
  • Microsoft Word (.DOCX)
  • TXT (.TXT)
  • RTF (.RTF)
  • JPEG (.JPEG, .JPG)
  • GIF (.GIF)
  • PNG (.PNG)
  • BMP (.BMP)
  • PDF (.PDF)
I installed Send to Kindle for PC, how do I start sending docs?
  • From Windows Explorer, simply right click on one or more documents and choose Send to Kindle.
  • From any Windows application that can print, select Print and choose Send to Kindle (documents are delivered in PDF format).
Send to Kindle for Mac will be coming out soon!

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