Archive | January, 2009

Google Error – identifying every site on the web as malware almost 45 minutes

By Viktor Ustijanoski | 31 January 2009

Today, Google search engine was shown every site on the Web as malware almost 45 minutes, so the Firefox was blocking access to Web sites with the standard warnings. The problem was in Google Save Browsing...
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Linux Moblin Alpha for netbooks released

By Admin | 31 January 2009

Linux distribution motivated by Intel and adapted to netbooks – operating system Moblin is available in the alpha version with a number of difficulties. Although this is a operating system based on Linux, an open source,...
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Gnome Do 0.8 released with new Docky interface

By Viktor Ustijanoski | 31 January 2009

The new version of Gnome Do 0.8 has just been released! GNOME Do (Do) is an intelligent launcher that makes your computer simple and efficient. It allows you to search items in your desktop (e.g. applications,...
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Apple withdrawn the patch for mini DisplayPort

By Admin | 30 January 2009

Apple withdrawn a software upgrade (patch) which was supposed to correct a problem with showing images on Macbook laptops when the external monitor is connected to the mini DisplayPort through adapter cable for Dual-Link DVI. In...
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Vista tip: How to turn off built-in CD burning utility

By Admin | 30 January 2009

Since most computers come with 3rd party programs that are easier to use than Windows Vista’s CD / DVD burning build-in utility, you can turn this off with a simple registry edit and with that increase...
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Gates vs Jobs – animated movie of Josh Faure-Brac

By Admin | 30 January 2009

There are plenty of jokes on the Internet about IT giants Bill Bates and Steve Jobs, but this one will make you laugh to tears. I recommend this animated movie of Josh Faure-Brac to every Windows...
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New ATI Catalyst 9.1 for Linux

By Admin | 30 January 2009

After Nvidia, AMD comes with early release of drivers for the Radeon graphics chips. Although the drivers were named Catalyst 9.1, the new drivers not come with any spectacular changes, except full support for OpenGL 3.0.Besides...
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Linus Torvalds switching to GNOME

By Admin | 29 January 2009

Recent days on various Linux forums people broke spears about statement of Linus Torvalds (Kernel Founder) that exceeds the GNOME desktop environment. Although it is a matter of personal choice, many find the inspiration to start...
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Sweet home 3D interior home designer – design your home without architects

By Viktor Ustijanoski | 29 January 2009

Sweet Home 3D is powerful and easy to learn open source cross platform 3D software tool. It’s a free interior design application that helps you placing your furniture on a 2D house plan, with a 3D...
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Mozilla will monitor the habits of users with add-on

By Admin | 29 January 2009

Mozilla preparing a tool specifically designed to collect Firefox user habits when browsing over the Internet. Its purpose is to improve the quality of services in their applications. Add-on for “spying” users habits will not come...
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Windows tip: How to make VPN browsing faster

By Admin | 29 January 2009

Browsing the remote network can be difficult if not impossible over a VPN connection. There are too many variables that can hinder this. To make browsing work a little easier, you might want to edit the...
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Mobile tip: Lost your phone! How to retrieve your contacts?

By Admin | 29 January 2009

If you lose your mobile phone or if it gets stolen, you can use following tips to retrieve your contacts. There are three possibilities (the tips will work with certain conditions and- if you are lucky):...
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Free Ubuntu Book

By Admin | 29 January 2009

In this inconvenient time of global economic crisis and recession, Linux looks particularly attractive. For $0 (free) you can get free copy of Linux, free technical support at various forums, communities, and even professional literature. “Ubuntu...
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How much advertisers lose of fraud clicking on the ads by Botnet

By Admin | 29 January 2009

Networks of compromised computers (viruses, Trojans, worms), known as Botnet, without the knowledge of computer users are increasingly involved in clicking on ads like Google AdSense or Yahoo Publisher Network. Such ads bring revenue to the...
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MacBook resolved problems with mini DisplayPort with patch

By Admin | 28 January 2009

Patch for Nvidia video card for Macbook / Air / Pro notebook should solve a problem with the mini DisplayPort.On the Apple site, there is a patch NVIDIA Graphics Update 2009, which “improves the mouse when...
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KDE 4.2.0 released

By Viktor Ustijanoski | 28 January 2009

KDE 4.2 has been released a year after KDE 4.0, as they promise. It comes with new features, improvements, and bug fixes, and the KDE team claims that this is the first release of KDE 4...
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Internet Explorer 8 RC1 available for download

By Viktor Ustijanoski | 28 January 2009

IE8 RC1 has speed improvements, new features, including a private browsing “InPrivate”, and many similar features like Firefox, Safari and Chrome. The new Internet Explorer has automatic crash recovery, domain highlighting for spotting phishers, and a...
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Vista tip: How to fix Access Denied error when open folders

By Admin | 27 January 2009

If you are getting Access Denied errors when trying to open folders like Documents and Settings, Application Data, Local settings and you like to fix it – here are the steps: Right click on the Folder...
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SuSe Studio – new innovative web service from Novel

By Admin | 27 January 2009

SUSE Studio is a new, innovative web based service, which should allow software developers and the community generally, to quickly and easily adapt Linux to their needs. All it works within a web browser, through a...
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Knol live!

By Admin | 27 January 2009

Google has announced that it will leave more or less unsuccessful projects like Google Video, Catalog Search, Google Notebook… Some are talking that the same could happen to Knol for very poor attendance, but it seems...
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