Tag Archives: windows

Update all your applications with AppFresh

April 7th, 2009


A common problem amongst both Windows and OS X users is that programs/applications are eventually updated but the user is left with the outdated software. Software updates bring about new features and security updates so missing out on them can be unpleasant. Windows users are left with many security holes regardless of whether their system […]

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Goddamn, this computer is running HOT!!!

March 30th, 2009


Have you ever heard your fans kick up to their highest RPM, so you feel the bottom of your computer to see why and shout “Goddam, this computer is running HOT!!!” I definitely have before and its not good for you or your system. Not only have people actually been severely burned by overheated laptops, […]

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Windows 7’s Login Background to be Customizable

March 16th, 2009


The recently leaked build of Windows 7, build 7057, has a new (and rather ugly) login background. But don’t start your Windows bashing yet, because, as Windows hacker, Rafael Rivera explains, the background is customizable without third party hacks. Yes, Microsoft, vowing to actually listen to it’s users this time, has delivered on their promise […]

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Why Is Internet Explorer Still Popular?

November 7th, 2008

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The Internet has progressed a lot in the past 10 years. The only thing that hasn’t changed is the #1 web browser which Microsoft’s Internet Explorer still holds strong after all these years. Granted the “IE Bus” has lost its way, it’s still on the right track even with slipping ground. Back in the end […]

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I’m A PC And… WTF?

September 19th, 2008


Microsoft’s newest rounds of ads directly target Apple’s highly succesful “Get A Mac” ads. He’s back. Yep, your old friend PC. But wait! Hey… that’s not the “real” PC! You guessed it. Microsoft has a PC look-alike sporting the latest rounds of the $300M budget Bill Gates Co. has shelled out to let people know […]

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