The following article was originally published in the Danville Advocate’s “Meet the Merchants” insert in July, 2013: Were you initially excited to get your geekware home and start exploring your cool, new operating system? Did you find yourself confused, dismayed,
New bug in IE9. Please read more here.
FINALLY!!!! The day has finally arrived!!!! All you Canon users that shoot raw format and use windows 64 bit OS, rejoice! Microsoft has finally released a codec pack that will enable you to view canon raw and some others in
Sugar sync is a new web-based file repository and sharing service. Files are stored in the cloud and you get 5gb of storage space for free. Files can be shared with others. You can download a desktop application and/or a mobile app
Having reviewed the beta release of IE9, I was pleasantly surprised with its performance even though there were some glitches, but it was beta, so all was forgiven. Now after having used the final release, I can say positively, that
http://www.networkworld.com/news/2011/020111-ipv4-apnic.html The Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA) assigned two of the remaining blocks of IPv4 addresses – each containing 16.7 million addresses – to the Asia Pacific Network Information Centre (APNIC) on Tuesday, as predicted. This action sparks an immediate
From WordPress administration, it is better to skip release candidate 3.1 for now, many bugs were implemented and the changes have been rolled back, it you installed it already, you might want to return to a previous backup of your
Run, don’t walk and download the beta version of internet explorer 9! I have been a hater of ie for many years, but I have to admit this version rocks! HTML5 support, CSS3 compliant, hardware rendering of 2d html pages,