Monthly Archives: June 2014

Simple mouse and keyboard tricks for efficient file management

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: keyboard shortcuts will set you free. Yes, they’re a pain to learn, and many of us are used to sticking with a mouse. Nevertheless, being familiar with even a handful of … Continue reading

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Apple iOS 8 – What’s Inside

Apple unveiled this week a major new update to its mobile operating system. Each year Apple holds its WWDC keynote, where the Cupertino-based giant lifts the veil on new versions of its mobile and desktop operating systems. This year has … Continue reading

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Facing the Windows XP apocalypse? Here are some options

Are you ready for the “XP Apocalypse” on April 8? That’s when Microsoft plans to stop issuing security updates for the aging, but still popular XP version of its flagship Windows operating system, which by some estimates is still running … Continue reading

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Windows XP registry hack keeps security updates rolling for the dead operating system

Microsoft stopped supporting Windows XP in April, but a simple registry hack lets users continue to get security updates. The hack, as reported by ZDNet, fools Microsoft into thinking the system is running Windows Embedded POSReady 2009, a variant of … Continue reading

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