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Need to burn an ISO file to DVD or CD from Mac OS X? If so, there’s no need for any additional third-party software as Snow Leopard has built-in tools to burn ISO images for you. Follow the steps in the article below to learn how.
There will be blood ! For Dexter lovers, a theme with Dexter wallpapers, sounds and icons.
Add a layer of security by running ESET antivirus scanner. Just another tool in your proactive protection scheme.
How do you normally format your camera SD card? If you use the built-in format option on your camera, that’s fine, but you shouldn’t use Windows to format an SD card, at least according to the SD Association. Instead, if you want to prolong the life of your SD card, you should use SD Formatter, a free program that properly formats an SD or SDHC card according to official standards.
If you don’t like typing passwords each time you start your Windows, then you should read this guide. It works for Windows 7 and Windows Vista. For XP it is the same thing, just the path to the user accounts window is different. While there are many similar guides on the net for this topic, this one is set apart by the fact that the author took the time to explain some watchouts you should be aware of. So, read it until the end.
For some reason in Windows 7, the default size of the taskbar icons and desktop icons is huge, at least for me. Big taskbar and big icons just seem like a waste of space to me, so I changed the settings to use small icons. Read on for the full tutorial.
Startmenu Animation 2 is a cool tool from DeviantART member oO-MrHigh-Oo. If you are into tweaking the visuals of your Windows 7/Windows Vista installation, you should definity consider giving it a try. He’s got also some cool skins, so you might want to look on his profile.
This free, read-only scanner will check any kind of drive for errors. It’s fast, thorough and has a nice interface. A paid version uses S.M.A.R.T technology to alert the user in advance of any drive errors.
If you’re a geek, you’ve probably already heard of Wine, the program that lets you run windows applications on Linux and Mac OS X. But have you heard of WineBottler? It’s another app written specifically for running Windows apps on Mac OS X. It’s in beta, but looks promising!