Monthly Archives: January 2013

Homeland Security suggests turning off Java

Even after Oracle released Java 7 (update 11) The U.S. Department of Homeland Security warns that the zero-day vulnerability may still exists and that Java should be deactivated. Zack Whittacker posted on ZDNet.com that the risk could be used to … Continue reading

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Not only are they the best programmed and presented Windows gadgets but they are a standard for any techie who wants near real-time gauging of what a computer is doing. Must haves; All CPU Meter, Network…

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Windows keyboard shortcuts save time

Who doesn’t like saving time even if it’s just fractions of a second at a time. Multiplied out tens or hundreds of times it can add up. In many cases it’s quicker to raise both hands and stroke keys than … Continue reading

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