Yes, we still have Olympic fever. Steven Heller of the New York Times narrates a brief history of the evolution of Olympic symbols.
via The Big Picture
HWMonitor, a tiny app, lists sensor hardware on your computer. Fan speeds, battery voltage, hard drive/chip/video card temps and more. From the same folks that brought to you the great CPU-Z. All windows versions including 64bit.
Firefox extension Flagfox will show a map of the current page’s web server, it’s WHOIS information, Alexa rank, translation, reputation and a great deal more (Sverige above).
Video streaming site FromSport offers links to popular sporting events, all live.
If you were ever curious to see which drivers load and when at startup, this tiny app, weighing in at a whopping 43kb, will do the trick. That’s pretty much it. Works with 32bit versions of XP and Vista, we also tested on 7 as seen above.
Download LoadOrder v1.0 from Technet (Sysinternals)
This news is not hi-tech but fascinating nonetheless.
It turns out the network map is not only a fun way to see which computers are connected to your network, but it can also display useful information. If you want to know more, check out the link below.
If you’ve got a home network which has computers with both Windows Vista and Windows 7, then this guide will be of interest. It shows how to configure the network and sharing settings on both operating systems so that you can easily share and access files across your network.
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