Windows XP may be gone, but all is not lost. Windows 7 may replace it as the legacy Windows OS of choice, especially considering the little-known features hidden away in Windows 7 that may make you realize just how much you love the OS. Hidden features you say? Absolutely. They include keyboard shortcuts, secret tricks and…
You may have heard from a handful of people around the Web (myself included) that you should try to switch to Linux if you can, especially if you're still lingering on Windows XP. But deciding whether switching to Linux isn't so easy, because Linux isn't perfect and sadly not for everyone -- although we'd like…
The caller said “I’m calling you from Windows tech support.” The fake tech support scammers made the mistake of calling us today and we played along to learn their tricks just for fun. Here’s what happened.
At the beginning of last year, we wrote about CS50, Harvard’s Introductory Computer Science course, taught by Professor David Malan. Today, we bring you the updated version of the class, filmed throughout the past semester at Harvard. Why revisit an updated version of the same class a year later?
Hitting 'delete' is just the beginning. Depending on the type of storage and the sensitivity of the information, there are other things you need to do to make sure your deleted files are gone for good.
The introduction of the home router was a great advancement in security for many owners. Before routers, most PC users relied only on a software firewall or, more often than not, ran no firewall at all. Routers with built-in firewalls have generally been a very good thing. An item that provides safety can also lead…
The browser war is still going strong. What makes one better than the other? Speed? Memory usage? Built-in features? The only real answer is "personal preference" and, as it turns out, browser extensions make up a big part of those preferences.
New Web Program Allows Free Image Download for Non-Commercial Use (New York, May 16, 2014)—Thomas P. Campbell, Director and CEO of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, announced today that more than 400,000 high-resolution digital images of public domain works
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