As I sit here typing this, I am giving more and more serious thought to building a MythTV box for my own use. I have already covered the advantages of selling them from your own repair biz, but will it work with satellite TV …continue reading
What are “rootkits,” and how can I tell if I have them?
Anyone who surfs the Net on a regular basis knows about all of the digital “grime” that can be picked up in the form of spyware, viruses, Trojans and worms. As …continue reading
You may not be aware of this, but the visual effects settings configured on your computer may be affecting performance. Instead of having to watch as menus and windows slowly appear you can have them appear more quickly.
There are many different settings you can …continue reading
You often read or hear that you should always proceed with caution when working with the Windows registry. Although this is very true, you can help alleviate some of the jitters of modifying the registry if you understand a little more about it.
First of …continue reading
Love or hate the brand, this micro drive is nothing short of cool! Seriously, isn’t this thing just killer?
Hey cool! I never even thought of graphics processors helping with non-graphic needs on the PC. What a novel idea!
I have often wondered what it would take to get Linux PCs to boot faster! After reading this article below, I now know that it comes down to custom BIOS.
If you are in the market for buying a new notebook computer, this article might just be the place to start off at before sinking large sums of ‘bling’ (money) into the next purchase.
Ack! Tell me that this is not the preemptive move as a merger lingers in our future! While I see no real evidence of it, working this closely together always makes me distrustful of mobile carriers.
Eh, I am sure that the UTStarcom 860 is quite adequate. But I am generation X, I want cool in addition to functional!
Sort of reminds me of some sort of cool information manager, but not really of the PIM variety.
“We’re missing buttons, Jim!” That was my first thought when looking at this otherwise stylish mobile phone. The phone itself looks just about killer, but will the lack of buttons (physical ones anyway) take some getting used to?
Could an episode of IT Conversations actually prompt folks to switch to Firefox? I think it is certainly within the realm of possibility.
I have heard of trackback spam. Heck, I have even had to remove my fair share of it! But for someone to create a Blogspot blog just to create posting spam…that is simply sad.
Well, this framework shootout was bound to happen eventually. Better to do it here on the Web instead of having programmer drive-bys!
OK, I will admit it. Editing XML by hand gives me a headache. But after looking into this program I have to wonder if there might be some help after all…
If you are a fan of Open Office, you may want to listen up. It seems that Microsoft has a new plan to make sure that that the core of MS Word stays in their midsts.
While Red Hat’s shares may never be high enough to truly make investors happy, at least they were higher than expected this time around.
In case you had any doubts about the global nature – the complex world-wide intricacies – of phishing networks, doubt no more.
But, soft! What light through yonder Windows breaks? Windows Mobile that is, as historic Stratford-on-Avon goes not only digital, but unwired to boot.
After sending out three newsletters last week that dealt with watching downloading movies on a DVD player / entertainment system, I received two (somewhat related) questions from Gazette Readers over the weekend. The first question comes from reader Manny K., who writes:
For all of you naysayers who insist that the Federal anti-spam law should be called the “YOU-CAN-SPAM” act instead of the CAN-SPAM act, and who say that it will never be a useful tool, Florida spammer Peter Moshou just might beg to differ.