QuickTime is in my Top 10 list of third-party software you’ll probably find on almost every Windows machine.
You should patch it with the same priority as you would for any Microsoft
vulnerability — but Apple isn’t making this particularly easy for
After trying hard for nearly a decade, Microsoft has finally baked a
functional indexer into Windows.
Even so, actually finding what you seek
is trickier than ever. But there’s one trick that everyone should know.
Group Policy is a fantastic tool that can help you gain control
over your computer. But what if it isn’t available in your version
of Windows XP?
This week, I present a few tips for Windows XP Home users on taking advantage of
Group Policy — even without the tools that come with XP Professional.
Apple has been running for months its now-famous “PC vs. Mac” ad campaign. The series of commercials (“I’m a PC"
— "I’m a Mac”) is designed to pitch the Mac as a hip, young machine with more contemporary capabilities, while the PC is portrayed as sluggish and antiquated
There are currently 265 different "top level domains" (.com, .edu, .org,
etc.) to choose from when registering your domain. What’s best?
First, let’s help a reader who’s wondering if he got ripped off in buying a
.name domain name.
I revealed in my Feb. 1 article that you can buy the “upgrade” version of Windows Vista and
clean-install it to any hard drive, with or without a preexisting version of
Windows XP or 2000.
This renders the more expensive “full” version of Vista unnecessary —
and many of my readers have provided additional information about why
this upgrade trick works.