More and more cyber-criminals are using websites as a vehicle to deliver trojan horses and other malwares. Often they insert malicious codes into innocent websites run by unsuspecting webmasters. Detecting a malware infection is relatively easy (as long as you have a top class antivirus) if all the pages of a website is affected. However, [...]
I have already reviewed the much acclaimed Carbonite Data Backup and Synplicity Data Synchronisation solution. Today I will take a look at Mozy Backup – which is one of the most popular data backup solutions. Mozy has different solutions for home users (called Mozy Home) and enterprise users (called Mozy Pro). In this article I [...]
I started using Songbird when I began using Linux (again). I wanted something with a powerful library and an intuitive user-interface. Amarok just didn’t feel right on GNOME and although Exaile was pretty brilliant I still felt something was missing. That was till I tried Songbird. I had last tried it on windows a long [...]
Windows task-switcher (Alt+Tab or Win+Tab) sucks. It’s as simple as that. The much hyped Flip-3D (first introduced in Windows Vista) may look cool but is practically worthless. It definitely doesn’t make switching do another window any easier. I don’t know anyone who actually finds Flip-3D productive. The task-switcher found in Mac Operating Systems – called [...]
For the greater part of this week the comment system of this blog was broken. It was due to an incorrect setting in my anti-spam plugin. Any attempt to leave a comment would have returned an error – “failed to add your comment”. I have fixed the issue now. Thanks to Andre for bringing this [...]
Making a game is an expensive affair, often costing millions of dollars. Half Life 2 cost Valve in excess of $40 million. Considering the amount of effort and money it takes to create a game, it’s not surprising that high quality free games are few and far in between. But that doesn’t mean that there [...]
Although Windows has included visual styles (also known as MSStyles) since Windows XP, they only support official themes digitally signed by Microsoft – which are few and far in between. Bypassing this built in limitation and enabling support for third-party themes in Windows XP was easy. It only involved patching a single dll file (uxtheme.dll). [...]
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