Whether you are a computer technician, a power user who builds their own computers, you’re installing some new hardware in your PC, or you just like that clean freshly installed Windows install feeling, sooner or later you’re going to wind up in a situation where Windows Update can’t find a driver and Windows doesn’t seem [...]

Yahoo! has announced the release of a new version of Yahoo! Messenger for the Windows & Mac desktop platforms by popular demand.  If you’re still clinging to the old version—you know, the one you can’t even download from Yahoo! anymore—perhaps because you have a fondness for purple user interfaces, or you’re using a third party [...]

NeatConnect transforms paper into digital files and sends them straight to the cloud without a computer. At home or at the office, the wireless NeatConnect sends your files straight to Neat, email, cloud services, and wherever else they need to be. Scan in receipts to create expense reports and searchable databases. Scan in business cards [...]

Windows 10 introduces a multitude of new features to the Microsoft Windows platform, along with retooling several of the not so popular features that were introduced with Windows 8/8.1.  Here are a few of the most useful features introduced in the new operating system.  Hopefully if you’re still sitting on the fence, so to speak, [...]

While today’s computers are not as expensive as they were a decade ago, they are nonetheless still fairly costly, and they are filled with ever tinier but complex electronic components that are extremely sensitive to changes in the power going into your computer.  These dangers range from component failure due to electrical wear and tear [...]

Almost two decades ago, I came across a T-Shirt at the mall titled “Murphy’s Laws of Computing” with a set of ten tongue in cheek statements that hold oh so true even today.  I bought it immediately. Later, I received another shirt that makes a perfect corollary. I’ve decided it may be fun to dust [...]

Right now, most people are unfamiliar with G-Data and their products.  Anyone who’s driven a German car will most likely agree that German engineering and their obsession with safety and security are second to none and G-Data’s Internet Security Suite, being perhaps the most comprehensive (and paranoid) antivirus/system protection product on the market today is [...]

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