When you buy a new PC, you need to look at the total
bundle— hardware, software, service and support— to see whether a given
system makes sense for you. A low-cost system may look great on paper, but
require so much tinkering, additional software, and hair-pulling that it’s just not
worthwhile. On the other hand, sometimes— sometimes— a low-cost system can
be an *incredible* bargain, working just as it should, and with huge savings
over equivalent name-brand hardware.
A simple layout masks a devilishly psychic power at The Flash Mind Reader
You’re presented with a list of every two-digit number, from 00 to 99, and
set of corresponding symbols that represent each number. You choose a
number, add the digits together, then subtract the result from your
number and concentrate – concentrate! – on the appropriate symbol.
Windows XP, which has been marketed Microsoft as “the most secure
ever,” has been found to have a flaw so bone-headed that it renders
passwords ineffective as a means of keeping people out of your PC.