Recently purchased Windows 8 and want to make sure you have a good backup copy just in case your system crashes. Well Windows 8 has a refresh tool that does almost the same but it may just do too much of what many user's dislike. If you already tried Windows 8 Refresh and dislike it, I suggest you try RecImg and let the software do the required backups automatically.
Ever notice how transportation is able to track traffic conditions. This could all be traced back to your Bluetooth device in your car and in your telephone. It's the Department of Transportation way of tracking traffic so that future congestion can be avoided.
If your concern on the rising level of the seas because of global warming, this article should be a great interest. From the looks of things it's not going to get better for major cities in the United States. Water levels will rise and your property could just be under water in a few years. It's not going to happen overnight. But it will eventually happen and you should be aware.
Need to connect to the internet where ever you go try then ViaSat and stay connected. There is now no excuse for you not to have internet. If your in need of connection, this company sure will help you keep in touch with the outside world.
Tired of updating your computer drivers. Here's a program that searches for the most recent drivers for your computer and helps you install them so that you can move forward and do other things that are important.
Here's a great way to monitor everything you always wanted to monitor without an IP address. Now monitoring your home should be easier without paying a premium price.
So before you pay a premium price for DNS, take a look at this site first.
This software has changed since the last time I tried it. It's now more cleaner and very user friendly. All you do is create a pin and login remotely to another computer using chrome as well, as long as they have chrome remote installed.
I just wished they had more security option on securing the software, just in case. But for what it's worth it sure beats paying a premium price.
Intel recently announced that it will no longer compete and produce future consumer motherboards. Although they are still going to make motherboards for business desktop. They feel the consumer market has already dried up and it's time to focus on the business side of motherboard making.
Building a computer and want to know what type of screws, cables and tools you need to complete your system. Take a look at the information before to guide you on.
Thumbscrews - usually #6-32 to hold together the case
Hex head - usually #6-32 to mount everything from the hard drive to side panel
Fan Screw - special screw to mount plastic fans to your case
M3 Hex - rounded screw for the optical drive and SSD commonly mistake as a #6-32 screw
Extension Cables - to route your case power switch, reset and LED
USB 2.0 to USB 3.0
USB 3.0 card
More Extension Cables
SATA to Molex Adapater
Power Extension Cable
External to Internal USB 2.0
If you want to tweak on Windows 8 booting to the desktop, you have several ways of doing that. One way is using the Windows task option and forcing Windows to bypass the tiles when log-in on and going straight to the desktop.
First, open the Task Scheduler by typingSchedule task in the Settings search on the All Apps screen, or by deep-diving toControl Panel > System and Security >Administrative Tools > Schedule Tasks.
Once the Task Scheduler is open, clickCreate Task under Task Scheduler Library in the Actions pane. Name your task "Boot to desktop" or something similar. Open theTriggers tab, select New, and choose At log on in the 'Begin the task' drop-down menu at top. Click OK, and then open the Actions tab, select New once again, and enter explorer in the Program/script field.
Save the action and the task, and you're done! From now on, every time you log in to Windows, you'll automatically jump to the desktop, where an open Libraries folder will greet you.
Although I am in the computer repair business. From time to time I share helpful useful sites from my competitor's. Some companies go out of their way to help the every day user and like me, I am not shy on sharing my tips to my readers.
Have a wireless device and want to monitor whether or not your connected onto the Internet. Here is a handy add on extension to Chrome to let you know if your connected. A green light means your connected a red light notifies you that you have no internet connection.
Portable credit card scanner's are showing up everywhere and with this comes a new company where they except credit cards. The software is easily installed on a smartphone and you just sign in and swipe the credit card. All in just minutes. Get ready for the new mobile world.
I recently resolved my home WiFi coverage by extending the antenna. I tried several other items in the market in the past and just was not pleased. The Netgear WN1000RP was more than I expected be could be much more. Setup was easy has long as I reset the wireless extender after I plugged it into the outlet. The trick is to sign in to your new wireless extender and configure it with your existing wireless home network. After the system reboots it renames itself as an ext and your all done. Your new antenna has been setup and all wireless devices just need to be setup to connect when necessary.
I just wished Windows or Netgear would somehow make it easier to switch back and forth when a faster Internet connection is available. Besides that I can't complain.
Every once in a while new hosting companies show up and offer steal deals to new customers so that they can secure a client list. It's so cheap at times it's a steal. But if you play your cards right you could be paying pennies a year for reasonable hosting. Check out Hostica and compare others.
If you haven't read the news on South Korea cyber attacks, you should take time now to read up on it. It looks like it's neighbor is trying to cripple South Korea's economy via a malware called Jokra. If they do get lucky and succeed. Cyber attacks will be the new mass weapon of destruction. It only takes a good virus to cripple a countries informational superhighway.
Want a easy portable post it where ever you go. Google apparently wants to be in the business on keeping your notes portable where ever you go. It's quite different when you compare it with other programs. But as long as it's portable, it will have some use in our daily lives.
Recently your computer was hit with a virus or malware and out of curiosity you just don't know what happened. Here is some useful information to understand how the virus attacks your computer and what malware role is afterwards. In the end having these two things in your computer will just give you all sorts of problems. So when you notice your computer acting up. Remember that it's time to verify if you do have a virus or malware.
Tired of your emails building up. Here's a great way to organize your email with the help of Microsoft. It's four great tips to help you become more productive and involve with people who constantly email you from day to day.
Thanks to Bittorent you now can download for free 1,210 files of mp3's for you collection. It's sort of there for the artist showcase. But whatever the cause maybe you can have these files for you to keep.
Here are the simple steps to install any version of Windows over a network. It's a little tricky but with the right information and software installing Windows should be simple.
For more info Serva software
Here's an easy way to downgrade your new Windows 8 computer to Windows 7. There has been many controversy about this and it looks like Microsoft for now is playing friendly knowing that user's are not that happy with the new Windows 8 OS.
Need to verify you browser plug-ins and verify if they are secure for browsing. This plug-in is a great help on stopping viruses and malware where they begin. It also helps you to resolve security risks before they happen.