Thursday, December 30, 2010
tricks every week day. This newsletter is sent out computer Tips and
is designed for those who love to learn Computer in detail.
1- How to restore the windows XP to a previous working state?
Today tip is very useful to recover the windows XP problems and then restore it in previous working state. You can recover the windows critical components and return your computer to earlier state without loss of personal data using windows XP built-in system restore feature. With new programs being installed.
2- How to Burn a Data CD or Data DVD in Windows 7 Using Media
You can burn a data CD or data DVD in Windows 7 using Media Player. An audio CD can contain just approximately eight minutes of music. On the other hand, if you burn a data CD or data DVD in Windows 7 using Media Player, it will be able to hold numerous hours of music. Video files and pictures can also be added to the data discs.
3- How to remove the text from the Desktop icon?
Desktop is the interface of Windows, which contain the icons, taskbar etc. that allow the user to interact with the computer to perform different operations. Usually the picture of icon represents its purpose so if you want your desktop looking very clean then you can remove the title under the desktop icons.
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Police in the U.K. have arrested 19 individuals believed to be part of an organized cybercrime network that used the Zeus trojan to steal six million pounds ($9.5 million) from U.K. bank accounts (in just three months). “Security experts consider Zeus, also known as Zbot, the most prevalent financial malware on the Internet today. Often [...]
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"To get something done a committee should consist of no more than three people, two of whom are absent." ~ Robert Copeland Well, I think this headline says it all: Twitter recovers after second worm attack in a week “Twitter is cleaning up from another fast-spreading worm that took advantage of a popular class of [...]
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“…for some reason should want to uninstall it, you need to know a little trick..“ If you read this series, the odds are good you read other tech-type websites as well, and so you probably know that Microsoft is getting a lot of good press over their latest release of their web browser, Internet Explorer [...]
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Saturday, December 25, 2010
As you have seen us do in the past, we feel it’s only fair to give away some of the new, fancy, amazing items we so often write about, and this time we are giving away a Google Nexus S to one lucky reader.
You can read our full review on it here or watch Erick Schonfeld and John Biggs review it on Fly or Die (also embedded below). It is really simple to set up, includes all of Google’s various apps (like 3D Maps and Google Voice), and is incredibly fast.
Simply put, this is the best Android phone on the market right now. You want it? To enter is simple. Just fan the TechCrunch Facebook page and then do one of these two things: retweet this post (making sure to include the #TechCrunch hashtag), or leave a comment below telling us why you think this phone needs to be yours. The contest will end tomorrow, December 25th at 12pm PST. Please only tweet the message once or you will be disqualified. We will go through the comments and tweets, make sure you have become a fan of our Facebook page, and contact you this weekend with details if you are chosen. Anyone in the world is eligible to enter, as long as you can receive delivered packages.
Just for fun, check out our very own Jason Kincaid playing with the world’s largest Nexus S and watch Schonfeld and Biggs debate the merits of the Nexus S below.
Good luck everyone and Merry Christmas!
Daves Computer Tips
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