Considering how awful the Help documentation used to be, people no longer have the habit of using it. According to this article, Windows 7 manages to have a very up-to-date and relevant Help and Support system. Here’s how it works:
Interesting tip for Windows users who need an answer to this question.
A guide for the average user that explains the difference between malware, virus, rootkits, spyware, worm and trojans.
(image courtesy – marcelo)
Old-school geeks surely remember the DirectX Diagnostic Tool and how useful it was in the days of old Windows versions (98, 2000, XP). It turns out the tool still exists in Windows 7 and has useful functionality.
Struggling to form a new habit? Check out these cool tools that’ll aid you in forming new habits quickly.
The war against SOPA and PIPA is ongoing and if you haven’t yet signed a petition, do it now using the Google’s take action page.
Today we have the biggest online strike in the history of the Internet. Check out the unfiltered list of websites going on strike and how to join the protests.
Comodo is famous for their free security products. If you considered using them, check out this review to learn more about their effectiveness.