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Microsoft releases a constant stream of minor updates. Some less important fixes never make it into a Windows Update package. These hotfixes solve very specific issues that only affect a subset of users.
Here are six mobile apps that every Tolkien fanatic must check out.
You could make your computer sound like your favorite TV show, record your own sounds, or turn them off completely. Here’s a crash course on changing and recording sound effects for Windows.
Sex and technology seem to go together like steak and potatoes. Many people – some of whom you might not expect – have taken to to using smartphones as a part of their sex life, leading to a rise in amateur photos and film. These shots are supposed to be private, of course, sent only to lovers for […]
The command prompt is an antiquated tool from an era of text-based input. But some commands remain useful and Windows 8 even added new features. Find out which ones.
We have more information available than every before, but this ironically has damaged our ability to absorb any of it. However, you can take action to improve your attention with a few simple steps.
Managing a computer’s storage has always been a challenge. Microsoft’s addition of libraries to Windows has in some ways made organization easier, but this important feature isn’t self-explanatory, and using it to overcome some of Windows 8’s shortcomings requires specific knowledge. Here’s everything you must know to get the most out of libraries. What Are Libraries? […]
OS X users haven’t been able to use CyberGhost until recently, but now the new Mac client provides the same features Windows users enjoy.
Data corruption is among the most common computer errors. Unlike a bug, which occurs because of improperly written or executed code, data corruption happens when code is intentionally or unintentionally changed from its original, correct form. Corruption can be systematic or random, and even a small change can fundamentally break a program or render a file useless. […]
The term “refresh rate” is hardly new, but over the last few years it’s become a prominent specification boasted by televisions and monitors. Each manufacturer wants to offer a higher refresh rate because it’s another big number they can put on the box. But how does this specification actually impact your experience? What Does Refresh Rate […]
This will be the game that defines “next-gen” gaming – and here’s why.
Some people have a hard time letting go of Windows XP. If you know someone like that, follow this tutorial and they won’t even know you upgraded them to Windows 7.
Google recently decided to disable the installation of Chrome extensions from third-party websites, but some users still want to install these extensions. Here’s how to do it.
The humble television is the latest in a long line of devices to receive “smart” enhancements that make it operate like a stripped-down computer rather than a simple display device. Features like a web browser and social network support can add convenience, but they also introduce potential security flaws. Here are three ways a hacker […]
If you could only choose one browser, which one would it be? Which is best: Firefox, Chrome or Opera? We’ll show you.