More Mac OSX articles to come, Windows not so different

25 Jul 2012 05:17 |   2 comments

I realised today that I have written quite a number of articles and tips regarding Windows operating systems, but my Mac OSX articles are few and far between - and they often carry a...
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Google Chrome install location

30 Jun 2012 06:17 |   4 comments

Earlier today I needed to find the main executable file for the Google Chrome browser on my machine, but it was not in the usual place. I am running a 64-bit version of Windows 8, so I...
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Microsoft Surface, a new tablet

20 Jun 2012 09:38 |   0 comments

After avoiding the iPad since its release, and being under the opinion that Android works better as a phone OS rather than a tablet OS, I will be buying the Surface Pro tablet from...
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Get XP's defrag diagram in Windows 7 (or Windows 8/10)

26 Apr 2011 07:26 |   15 comments (+2)

While this blog post was originally written for Windows 7, it should also apply to Windows 8 and Windows 10. Back in the days of Windows XP that ancient operating system that will be...
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Firefox looks amazing!

13 Jun 2010 07:29 |   0 comments

There's a new updated “Aero Glass” interface in the latest Firefox 3.7 Alpha 6 Preview build! And if you enable Tabs on Top : As far as I know, this only works under Windows Vista...
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PC vs Mac

03 May 2010 06:47 |   0 comments (+2)

I found this on a random website, it's an IRC quote. robT Name ONE thing that your windows comp can do that my MAC can't bawss Right click. Image:
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Unlock hidden Windows 7 Themes

29 Mar 2010 00:09 |   0 comments (+5)

Your copy of Windows 7 has a number of themes available when you first install it but what you may not realise is that there are more on your computer, that it is not showing you,...
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Windows 7 Location Aware Printing

24 Mar 2010 11:16 |   0 comments

Windows 7 can automatically detect which network you are connected to, and change your default printer to suit! Now, it doesn't matter if I'm at home or at University, my Windows 7...
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