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More and more we are seeing companies releasing software “packs” – basically a one-size-fits all installer for multiple programs. Google is one of those companies – in the form of the Google Pack – and could be credited with actually making this wave popular (no pun intended). Google Pack includes [...]Read More »
May 2000 was a month that most Windows’ users of the time probably would like to forget. Why? Because of LoveBug. LoveBug – also known as ILOVEYOU – was (is) a worm that infected 45 million users worldwide, and pushed cyberspace into chaos (and not the good kind of chaos). [...]Read More »
According to Net Applications, an authority on Internet browser usage statistics, Internet Explorer (all the versions added together) is continually losing market share, and has finally dropped below 60%:
Meanwhile, as you can see from the graph, Firefox’s market share is at 24.59%, Opera and 2.3%, and Chrome at 6.73%. [...]Read More »
Previously there was an article by Ashraf teaching you how to use simple HTML to markup your comments on dotTech. However that article is now useless for comments on dotTech since now dotTech uses a WYSIWYG (What You See is What You G[...]Read More »
A few days ago I received an e-mail allegedly from UPS (UPS is a global delivery company for those that don’t know):
I immediately knew that this was a scam email so I turned on all my defensive methods and opened the email. You should not do this at home [...]Read More »
Have you ever accidentally deleted, or somehow lost the “Show Desktop” icon in your Quick Launch bar (just next to your Start button)? The icon is quite useful, so the problem is, how do you restore it? It’s very easy actually, just follow these quick steps:
- Open Notepad. [Start ->
So you’ve probably visited VirusTotal in the past to scan your files. For those that haven’t, VirusTotal is an online, free service that scans your uploaded file(s) – limited to 10 MB in size – with 43 different antivirus engines.
Apparently some scumbag(s) decided to take advantage of VirusTotal’s popularity. [...]Read More »
Defragging your hard drive regularly has it’s benefits. The time it takes to load files, save files, etc. reduces; your computer performance increases (to an extent). There are many freeware defrag programs available out there (many of them top-notch quality such as Auslogics Disk Defrag), but here is a free [...]Read More »
Ashampoo is a great company; they make great software and also they offer great promos for us to get their quality software for free. You’ve probably already gotten used to these promos, e.g. the WinOptimizer 5, Ashampoo Burning Studio 2010, PhotoCommander 6, etc.
The topic of this post is another [...]Read More »