For those who have installed Internet Explorer 9 beta last week, you will find your previous installation of Internet Explorer been replaced by this latest version. In addition, when you try to uninstall the application (via Control panel), you will find that you won’t be able to do so, simply because the IE 9 entry […]
In this week, we show you how you can create your own Debian custom LiveCD directly from the Web (and it’s darn easy). Also, as the release of Ubuntu Maverick is drawing closer, we have also come up with a screenshot tour review to build up the anticipation. IE lovers should rejoice that IE 9 […]
Since people started moving all of their information to the clouds by the Terabyte, many of the web based applications have really stepped up their game. It seems to me like I am always hearing about what Google is doing. While there is no denying I am a big user of Google’s offering, including Gmail, […]
The biggest problem with managing multiple computers is with the data saved in the respective hard drives and accessing them. Imagine you have to work with two computers daily – one in your office and the other one in your home. You have to keep the important files and folders synced from both computers, if […]
Portable applications are useful in that you can run it in any computers and without installation. The bad thing is, not every applications can be made portable. One of the solutions that we reviewed previously is to make your Windows XP portable so you can carry all your apps around. However, that can be an […]
Thanks for all your participation. The Wondershare DVD Slideshow builder contest had come to an end. Here are the 5 winners: vaibhav srivastava @vibhusri Mike M @mrm528581 Adam @the_daily_walk GT @GTGT1 kurtumi @kurtumi Congratulation! You will be notified of your winning shortly.
I might as well admit right up front – personally I’ve considered Internet Explorer to be somewhat of a joke for the past few years. A slow, incomplete, non-standards-compliant joke. Perhaps I’m being a bit harsh, perhaps not. Opinions aside, it’s hard to argue against the fact that it’s been playing technological catchup for the […]
One of the new applications introduced with KDE 4 was Okular. KDE 3 had a PDF viewer named KPDF, but Okular aims to be a complete document viewing solution, supporting many different file types. Okular is fast-loading and works in any operating system and desktop environment that can run KDE applications.
I am the proud owner of a brand new Amazon Kindle Wi-Fi (a.k.a. Kindle 3). This sleek graphite device is great when I want to read at home or on the move. The size and weight are just perfect and even after holding it for a few hours I can barely feel it resting on […]
For Ubuntu enthusiasts, you should know that the next iteration of Ubuntu – Maverick Meerkat is set to release on 10 Oct 2010. For those who are keen to find out what’s new in this release, here is the full review (and screenshots) of Ubuntu Maverick. This review was done on Ubuntu Maverick beta. While […]