A Step-by-Step Guide: How to Clean Install Windows 7 – If you want to move from Windows XP or Vista to Windows 7, this blog post should help you get your computer up and running—without any hassles. Wiping your hard disk and installing a new operating system (OS) is often very scary, but this step-by-step guide should help streamline the process.
A Step-by-Step Guide: How to Upgrade from Windows Vista to 7 – Windows 7 is just around the corner! If you just got your copy of Windows 7 and want to install it on your PC or laptop, this post will provide you with an easy, step-by-step guide.
How to fully degunk a PC to get rid of crapware – Crapware slows your PC to a crawl, causes instability and crashes, and eats up valuable screen real estate. See how to use a couple of free tools to eliminate crapware and improve PC performance.
Upgrade Your New PC to Windows 7 for Free – If you made the leap to Windows Vista this summer, you’re in luck. Virtually all manufacturers are offering free upgrades to Windows 7. Here’s how to get yours.
Wi-Fi Hotspot Security: How to Use Public Networks Safely – Public Wi-Fi is wonderful and convenient, but it does pose a security risk if you don’t protect yourself. We show you how to secure your computer and your data as you conduct business on the road.
Social Networking Big With Small Business – Almost 50 percent of small businesses in a survey by Internet2Go use social networks like Twitter and Facebook to market their businesses.
Google Wave invite scam warning – Security experts have warned surfers to be on their guard against programs that claim to automatically generate Google Wave invites.
Yahoo GeoCities to close – It’s the end of an era: Yahoo is closing down its GeoCities service on Monday 26 October.
WINDOWS 7: 14 reasons to upgrade – Thinking about plumping for the Windows 7 upgrade? Here are the best features in Microsoft’s new operating system to help you make up your mind.
Apple ad swings at Windows 7: ‘Trust me, this time it’s going to be different’ – Just in time for today’s Windows 7 launch comes a new Apple “Get a Mac” ad called “Broken Promises” swinging at the new operating system.
The healthiest foods to eat are also the most dangerous – How much safer should food get? The answer is perfectly safe. But how much effort should government expend to guarantee it, as opposed to the market or the plaintiff’s bar?
Plagiarism detection tools plentiful and free – Avoiding plagiarism requires mostly common sense, but what if you are a teacher, author or editor who suspects someone is stealing another’s work? Maybe you should look into some Freeware that claims to detect it easily, completely and comprehensively.
McCain Bill Would Ban FCC Internet Regulations – Sen. John McCain, an Arizona Republican, introduced a bill Thursday that would prohibit the FCC from enacting rules that would regulate the Internet.
“What you leave behind is not what is engraved in stone monuments, but what is woven into the lives of others.”
Today’s Free Downloads:
DriveImage XML – Upgrading to Windows 7 and need to backup your system? With DriveImage XML, you’ll never again be stuck with a useless backup. Using Microsoft’s Volume Shadow Services (VSS), you can create safe “hot images” of your system even while you work. Images are stored as XML files and you can restore them to your drive without having to reboot.
A-squared Free + Online Armor Personal Firewall Bundle – This bundle includes the freeware a-squared Free, a non limited malware scanner that comes with two major scan engines against all types of viruses, trojans, bots, keyloggers, spyware and adware.
Hulu Desktop Integration – Hulu Desktop Integration is aimed at people who need an easy way of switching between Windows 7 Media Center and Hulu Desktop with just a remote control, while sitting on the couch.
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