Posts Tagged ‘Windows’

A Review of GFI Vipre Internet Security 2012

Lately VIPRE has done some pretty aggressive marketing for their security products. But are they good enough at securing your computer? Are they worth the investment? Find out from this thorough review:

Security for Everyone – GFI VIPRE Internet Security 2012

Microsoft Security Essentials 4.0 was Launched

A new version of Microsoft Security Essentials is available.  Microsoft decided to skip version 3.0 and launch version 4. What’s new in terms of important features is not known. The interface is almost identical and the configuration options look pretty much the same. Most probably Microsoft has spent effort mostly on improving its protection engine.

Microsoft Security Essentials

Burn Awesome Disc Labels with LightScribe

Do you want to create custom labels on the back of your CDs and DVDs? Check out this tutorial:

How to Burn Labels on the Back of Your Discs (CDs & DVDs)

Get Cool Wallpapers with Bing Desktop

Even if you like the Bing search engine or not, you surely enjoy the photos shown on its page. This little free app can deliver all those beautiful wallpapers to your desktop and allow you to make Bing searches from the Desktop.

Bing Desktop Beta

Backup Your Old Copy Protected Discs

Do you need to make a backup copy of your old copy-protected DVDs?

How to Make a Backup Copy of a Protected Disc (DVD or Blu-Ray)

Your Flash Player Version & Why Does it Matter?

You have Flash Player on your computer and you should read this.

What’s my Flash Player version? Where’s the latest Flash update?

Solutions for Copying a DVD, CD or Blu-Ray

This article shares a good overview of the best solutions available for making a copy of any kind of disc: CD, DVD or Blu-Ray.
How to Copy a Disc (CD, DVD or Blu-Ray) in Windows

Stop a Pending Shut Down in Windows

Knowing how to stop the shutdown procedure can be useful at times.

How to Stop the Shut Down Procedure from Completing

The Best Software Updater Tool

According to this article, Ninite Updater is a great tool for keeping your software up-to-date, with as few clicks and hoops as possible.

How to Keep Applications Up-to-date with Ninite Updater & Ninite Free

The Complete Series about Usernames and Passwords Stored by Windows

Do you want to know where Windows stores all the user names and passwords you enter while using it? Are you interested about how secure they are, how to backup this data and then export it to another Windows computer?

This series of articles will help you clarify all these things and more.

Credential Manager – Where Windows Stores Passwords & Other Login Details

Which Windows Passwords & Credentials Can Be Easily Cracked?

How to Backup and Restore Windows Vault Passwords




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