December 11, 2013 | 2 Comments
Although a great many of you aren’t gamers, I’m certain every one of you has at least heard a bit of buzz by now, talk of how the next generation of gaming has finally arrived. A few weeks ago, after several months of build-up and hype, both Sony and Microsoft launched their next-gen consoles, amidst […]
December 10, 2013 | Leave a Comment
I have two Yahoo! Mail accounts that I log in to a few times a month just to “keep them alive” so they don’t auto-delete themselves. I had to reconfigure one of the accounts and noticed something as shown by the screenshot above. Only 1TB of storage. If you’re thinking, “Isn’t that good?” No, because […]
December 9, 2013 | Leave a Comment
While troubleshooting my recent bout of computer issues, one of the culprits I almost immediately considered was my system’s RAM. After Power Supply Units, RAM sticks experience one of the most frequent failure rates out of all other computer components. Although it’s admittedly rather difficult to tell what’s causing you to experience computer issues without […]
November 29, 2013 | Leave a Comment
There are certain instances when you need to crop an image to 16:9. If you’re looking to place an image on a television or cell phone, the vast majority of them have a 16:9 ratio, so placing an image with that ratio will fit just right every time. Windows Photo Gallery, a free program in […]
November 27, 2013 | Leave a Comment
It’s the latest, hottest digital crime, the information-era equivalent of a street-side mugging. The only difference is that you’ve no real opportunity to defend yourself, no real ability to fight back…and usually no idea you’re being robbed until it’s already too late. It’s a crime known as identity theft, and it’s been happening with a […]
November 22, 2013 | 9 Comments
The first version of Firefox I ever used was version 0.8 back in 2004. However, I did not switch over to Fx full time until version 1.0 later that same year because 0.8 was a bit unstable. I was happy to switch over because I absolutely hated Internet Explorer 6 (IE7 would not appear until […]
November 21, 2013 | 1 Comment
PCs have the stigma attached to them of being these boxes that use an ungodly amount of electricity just to run. Well, that’s not entirely true. The way to know what your PC uses at any given moment is by plugging it in to a Kill-A-Watt (yes, it is spelled like that). If you don’t […]
November 20, 2013 | 1 Comment
My former roommate, the same one from whom I purchased my current PC, pretty much swore an oath against iTunes. While the application certainly works well enough on OSX; on Windows it’s a bloated, bug-riddled resource hog. Don’t even get me started on Quicktime, which until recently was a forced installation alongside iTunes. That god-awful […]
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