Is it time to clear the dust and shift your sights to a swanky new version of Windows? There’s a conversation buzzing around office watercoolers and social media at the moment and it’s a bigger controversy than Kanye West running for president in 2020 (I kid you not). The big question on everyone’s lips is […]

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DNSChanger Virus

On July 9, 2012 By

Thousands of people are at risk of finding they can’t use the internet after cyber criminals infected computers across the globe.

The issue came about after the gang created a piece of malware named DNSChanger, which infected computers and redirected them to malicious websites, making those behind it millions of dollars through ad hijacking.

Since […]

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Update to iOS 6.0 Beta

On June 18, 2012 By

Recently Apple announced iOS 6.0 to be released later this year. iOS 6.O thus far includes the following:

 All new Apple Maps with turn by turn navigation and 3D Maps. The only downside to the Map so far is that it does not include Walking Map. I am sure this will be rectified in the […]

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Apple on Monday released a critical update to its version of Java for Mac OS X that plugs at least a dozen security holes in the program. More importantly, the patch mends a flaw that attackers have recently pounced on to broadly deploy malicious software, both on Windows and Mac systems.

The update, Java for OS X Lion 2012-001 […]

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Windows 8 FAQ

On March 2, 2012 By

 

What is Microsoft releasing today?
Starting today, you can download the Consumer Preview beta version of Windows 8 (as well as the beta of Windows Server 8 and the beta of Visual Studio 11). The Consumer Preview version is free and available to the general public to try out.

Where can I […]

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Windows 7 GodMode

On November 2, 2011 By

GodMode is a term devised by the Microsoft development team, which provides a single place to access all Windows settings without needing to browse options and folders in the Control Panel.

To use God Mode, follow the following steps:

1. Create a new folder

2. Rename the folder to GodMode.{ED7BA470-8E54-465E-825C-99712043E01C} (the text “GodMode” can be changed to […]

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You’ve got a new Notebook – one thing that is common to all these is the battery and what we ALL want is better Battery life.

Operating Systems are becoming more and more graphic intensive, whilst applications do everything they can to hog system resources. The average battery life per continuous use still stands at a […]

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