If you have Windows 7 and would like to enhance the way Aero Snap works , then This is the freeware for you: Acer Gridvista.
Archive for February, 2010
- Windows Vista
- Windows XP
- Windows 7
- Application Reviews
- Windows 8
- Windows 10
Since yesterday, I’ve heard from 20+ subscribers who have problems seeing images in their newsletters from Windows Guides. Usually, people email me and I explain one on one how to display the images; however, with the survey I ran yesterday, many people let me know that the form isn’t showing (see important note below) and neither are images.
This guide explains how to see images without coming over to the site.
If you saw the word “Loading…” in the newsletter yesterday where I had the two-question survey, you’ll need to go to the survey page: How Fast Does www.mintywhite.com Load on Your Connection? These types of forms often wont display in emails.
For several years now, I have been using Firefox. It is, in my opinion, the best browser available – far superior to IE or Google Chrome. This can be disputed, and often has, and I will be looking into all of these distinctions in my upcoming series of articles on the subject of browsers. One of the most impressive thing about Firefox is the wide range of addons available that allow it to do just about everything.
I’ve often seen collections of ‘Top 10 Firefox Addons’, and so on, and I always think that they have left out the best addons. So here is my interpretation of the whole genre. I will be doing several collections of these addons, and my first one will be a collection of all the addons that I am running on my computer. Please note: I am running Minefield 3.7a2pre on Windows 7 and all of them work, though some of them have had compatibility overridden. I am also running the apps, previously mentioned, that make Firefox look like Firefox 4.0.
Microsoft is warning users about a fake anti virus product named “Security Essentials 2010”, near identical to the naming of the company’s own protection software.
The fake software is actually the trojan Win32/Fakeinit. If a user installs the software then Fakeinit’s downloader installs a fake scanner component that monitors other processes and attempts to terminate them. In some cases, processes will be flagged as if they are infected.
The trojan also lowers a number of security settings in the registry and changes the desktop background to an unchangeable multicoloured warning: YOUR SYSTEM IS INFECTED
Please be advised and Do NOT download this software!
Read more about it here!