Archive | June, 2009

Firefox 3.5 ready for download

By Viktor Ustijanoski | 30 June 2009

Mozilla today published the final version of Firefox 3.5. The new version of the Gecko-based browser has speed (about twice faster than 3.0) improvements, integrated new JavaScript engine – TraceMonkey, audio and video codecs already build...
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OLPC Sugar for All OSes

By Admin | 30 June 2009

Sugar Labs, which can be found here offered free download of OLPC Sugar, an operating system which can be stored on any USB memory stick greater of 1 gigabyte. Indeed, this download of Sugar is not...
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Happy Birthday FreeDOS

By Admin | 29 June 2009

Project FreeDos started at 1994 when Microsoft announced that with release of alpha version of Windows 95 will stop to work on DOS operating system. This announcement becomes a challenge of nostalgic DOS users (as myself)...
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Windows 7 tip: Using Jump Lists to Access Files and Directories

By Admin | 29 June 2009

From the Taskbar, Windows 7 has a quick way to access files you have recently used in a program. Simply right click on the program’s icon in the taskbar. A list of recently used files will...
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Ubuntu 10.04 Starts for 10 Seconds

By Admin | 29 June 2009

The growing adoption of the Linux operating system on netbook devices has compelled Linux distributors to focus on improving startup performance. Ubuntu 9.04, which was released last month, is one distribution where these improvements are particularly...
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Top 9 Free Linux Debuggers

By Admin | 29 June 2009

Debugging is the process of finding and reducing the number of bugs in computer software and electronic hardware. When a program crashes, the debugger shows the position in the original code. A good debugger plays an...
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650 Million Years of Earth Transformation in One Minute on Video

By Admin | 26 June 2009

In this short video you can see all transformations on planet Earth over the years for a period of 650 million years. You can see also how the Earth will look like after 250 million years...
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Linux: How To Play Windows Games

By Admin | 26 June 2009

You can play Windows games under Linux but need certain software for this to be possible. You may want to try WINE or for more modern games and for this tutorial Cedega. Cedega is an enhanced...
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Windows 7 tip: How to Run a Program in Compatibility Mode

By Admin | 26 June 2009

If you have installed Windows 7 OS, sometimes you can be faced with the problem of running some windows program which is written for older windows operating systems and it is not compatible with Windows 7...
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Windows tip: Removing Not Usable .Dll Files from the Memory

By Admin | 26 June 2009

From day to day for our daily job we need more and more computer memory. Adding more RAM memory is one of the options. Other option is to remove unusable files from the memory of your...
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9 Best Free Linux Project Management Software

By Admin | 25 June 2009

Project management tools encompass many different types of software such as scheduling, resource allocation, collaboration software, quality management, and cost control / budget management. This type of software is typically used by project managers looking to...
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8 Best Free Linux Blog Software

By Admin | 25 June 2009

There are many free services to on which you can set up your blog, even on your independent domain, but there are a lot of free blog software that allows a fully independent blog site or...
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Microsoft Security Essentials – Beta

By Admin | 24 June 2009

As promised, Microsoft has launched a beta version of its anti-virus – Security Essentials. The program is freely available from Microsoft site, but (for now) only (for “chosen”) to the United States, Israel, China and Brazil....
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Linux tip: How to Fix Bugged Linux Terminal

By Admin | 24 June 2009

From time to time, we all done that – accidentally used less or cat to list a file, and ended up viewing binary instead. This usually involves all sorts of control codes that can easily screw...
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Linux: Burning CD / DVD with K3B

By Admin | 24 June 2009

K3B is cute graphical Linux application which can help you in burning CD/DVDs using graphical user interface. K3B is designed to work like all those CD/DVD writing programs you get under Windows (Nero, Easy CD creator...
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Windows 7 tip: Restore Gadgets After Disabling UAC

By Admin | 24 June 2009

Windows 7 tip: If you have changed your User Account Control settings to Never notify, by default Gadgets will not be displayed on the desktop. A simple registry change should solve the problem: Start Regedit Go...
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Windows 7 tip: How to burn ISO

By Admin | 24 June 2009

With Windows 7, you can now directly burn ISO images. Using the Windows Explorer, double click on the ISO file. If you have another software program that lets you view the contents of an ISO file...
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Windows 7 tip: Speed up Boot Time

By Admin | 24 June 2009

By default, Windows7 waits 30 seconds before it starts to load the operating system. The reason for that is unknown for us, but, we know how to decrease this waiting time. Here are the steps: Right...
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Palm Released the Source Code of a WebOS

By Admin | 24 June 2009

Palm has released the source code of WebOS, an operating system that drives PalmPre (their long expected Smartphone recently put on sale). WebOS is based on Linux (kernel 2.6.24, with more than 1000 changes, of which...
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Google Voice – New IP Telephony Service from Google

By Admin | 24 June 2009

According to the site ArsTechnica, Google has so far collected over one million phone numbers, for now only in the U.S., in preparation for public launch of its new IP telephony service Google Voice. Currently the...
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