Every Windows user should be aware of at least one bacon-saving, data-recovering system restore disk. If your computer starts behaving strangely, won't boot, produces error messages or straight-up BSODs, then you'll need access to one of these rescue discs. They help isolate and identify errors and ultimately can be the difference between managing your system…
Hiren FTW. Also good for data rescue, but not mentioned here, is a little program called Testdisk, which is free.
NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory has designed a series of alluring 1920s style posters advertising real exoplanets that may one day be a humanly accessible as advancements in technology slowly creep t...
Will anyone even remember what the "med" in Club Med stood for?
Macs format drives with Apple’s HFS+ file system, which Windows won’t recognize or access without third-party software. Macs may also create a protected EFI partition on these drives that you can’t delete with the usual disk-partitioning tools.
A useful bit of knowledge to tuck away. I was looking at a 1tb Apple drive today, and wondered what the big bugaboo was about it "only being for a Macbook". Ha!
Now has never been a better time to switch to Linux, but you may still be hesitant about it because you're not sure whether your favorite applications from Windows will work on it. To help answer your questions, we'll take a look at 10 popular Windows applications and whether you have options for them in…
Stealth has long been a staple of the U.S. Navy's most important national security operations. As such, many of these operations take place underwater, where submariners can discreetly eavesdrop on enemy forces and carry out missile strikes if necessary. But things are changing, and crewed submarines are being replaced by drones. Technology has disrupted just…
Da, comrade, that snake in your trousers may not be your own.
Marty McFly-style hoverboards have been a dream of science fiction geeks for quite some time, and the innovative duo behind Hendo Hover might be the first to make that dream a reality. About two months ago, husband and wife design team Greg and Jill Henderson launched a Kickstarter campaign to fund the Hendo Hoverboard, a levitating…
A good start, but if Tony Hawk has a tough time making it look easy, there's some more R&D to go methinks.
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