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By George Norman on 03 Dec 2008
Now that several security holes in the Thunderbird 2.0 mail client have been plugged, wouldn’t you want it to run a little bit faster (or considerably faster if it is sluggish right now) as well? With Thunderfix 1.0.0.2 software you can do just that as it makes Thunderbird run at a faster pace, even if you have tons of messages in your inbox.
By George Norman on 03 Dec 2008
The Google Desktop software application, which can be used to search your hard disk as you would the Internet as well as add cool looking gadgets to your desktop, has recently received a new gadget, a Gmail one. The Gmail gadget in question was made available to the general public as of early this week
By George Norman on 02 Dec 2008
When it comes to people that are close to you, especially children, there is no arguing that you will do whatever it takes to know they are safe and sound. In a world when one can access data thousands of miles away, it is not enough to keep your children safe from traditional threats, you must be cautious with online ones as well.
By George Norman on 02 Dec 2008
When it comes to deleting files, sometimes you will more than welcome the process (for example when you want to optimize your HDD), other times you will find that files were deleted by someone else and you want them back (such as the times you let your grandma browse the web). Luckily enough, you can now use the latest version of the Recuva software, v. 1.21.373, to bring all your deleted files back to life.
By George Norman on 02 Dec 2008
About a month ago we were reporting that the release candidate of Linux Mint 6, codename Felicia, was released to the general public. As it turns out, the users put Felicia RC to the test, liked it (a lot), and were expecting the final release on the 23rd of November – which never came out. Clem Lefebvre has now come out and explained to Linux fans all over the world why that is.
By George Norman on 02 Dec 2008
Flash Player 10, which Adobe launched back in October, even though is a big hit with people all over the world (mainly because you need it to watch videos online), is not as eco-minded as some of us would like it to be. According to a recent study conducted by SecTheory which concentrated on methods one can employ to cut down on power consumption, Flash and AJAX consume unnecessarily large amounts of power.
By George Norman on 02 Dec 2008
It has recently come to light that phishers are taking advantage of McDonalds’ good name in order to get their hands on your private, confidential data. The method employed in this phishing attempt is a simple one: you are fooled into thinking that you will get a $75 reward if you just take the time to complete survey, during which you are of course asked to provide your credit card credentials.
By George Norman on 02 Dec 2008
Good OS, company known for their gOS Linux system, has recently announced that Netbook owners will no longer have to wait for their devices to boot up in order to access web-based applications and services like Windows Live, Google and Yahoo. This is all due to their incredibly fast Cloud based operating system.
By George Norman on 02 Dec 2008
Microsoft is trying to make its Live.com search engine a hit on the web, and the only means of doing so that the Redmond giant has come up with is to offer monetary incentives. Microsoft has come out and announced that its cashback offer has increased from 25% to 40% (on some items only), money that you will get back “instantly” as opposed to two months from now.
By George Norman on 02 Dec 2008
With the recently discovered malware threats that target the Mac OS X, Apple has come out and officially announced that Mackies all over the world should download and install one of the three security solutions they are backing. Since we are in the middle of an economic crisis and money is tight, wouldn’t you rather use something that doesn’t cost you a thing, but offers similar malware protection?
By George Norman on 28 Nov 2008
The most annoying day in the week has once again rolled around; it is Friday and you have to stand behind a desk, staring at the monitor and pretending like you actually care more about the work you are supposed to be doing than the upcoming weekend. There’s no need to let your mind wonder aimlessly, and let that blind stare give you away – simply play this week’s office time waster, Pacma Fight.
By George Norman on 28 Nov 2008
Yesterday, the 27th of November, while the US celebrated Thanksgiving, the rest of the world was focused on openSUSE 11.1 which evolved past its Beta development phase and reached RC (Release Candidate) status. Just the other week we were announcing that the openSUSE Project decided to release openSUSE 11.1 Beta 5, mainly due to those annoying blockers and P1 bugs.
By George Norman on 28 Nov 2008
Mac OS X users no longer have to put up with the fact that there is no Mac specific version of the uTorrent software, because now there is – uTorrent version 0.90 Beta. The simple truth of the matter is that when it comes to P2P file sharing and torrent tracking, the software of choice all over the world is uTorrent, so it made sense to target the Apple world, not just Microsoft’s neck of the woods.
By George Norman on 28 Nov 2008
Just because people are old(er) does not necessarily mean that they do not want to enjoy what you and I take for granted – surfing the web, browsing the Internet. The catch is that senior citizens are not exactly computer savvy and they need a little help in this department – queue Eldy v. 2.0.
By George Norman on 28 Nov 2008
In this day and age, when you have so many ways of staying in contact with the people close to you, the need for a software application that can handle multiple instant messaging programs is more stringent than you might think. If you have set up an account with Yahoo Messenger, MSN, AIM, ICQ, and even mIRC, you can keep an eye on all these accounts with just one software application – Trillian v. 3.1.12.0
By George Norman on 28 Nov 2008
Eset, security software provider better known for its NOD32 antivirus application, has recently released version Beta 4.0 of its Smart Security software. Smart Security is a full-service security solution that encompasses the antivirus protection offered by Nod 32 as well as a firewall and a spam filter.
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