Monthly Archives: February 2013

Ccleaner and Spybot not playing well with Windows 7

Twice I have had to use my netbook’s factory restore to correct a problem caused by Ccleaner, one of the most thorough and free registry utilities available. I hate to go back on a previous recommendation but it is possible … Continue reading

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Portable fuel cells; Is the battery obsolete?

Possibly. Say hello to the personal fuel cell – yes as in the technology NASA deployed  in the Apollo, Gemini and Space Shuttle programs. Created by Lilliputian Systems and soon available for $300, this thing runs on $10 butane pods, … Continue reading

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Spotify users, get Equalify

Ever wished that Spotify had an equalizer? Equalify is just that, a visually active, ten-band equalizer with pre-amp level and limiter controls. There are useful presets and has storage for personal settings. I highly recommend it especially if you are … Continue reading

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Originally posted on Alex's Blog:
Step 1, use a decent and often updated antivirus program. Regardless if it is free or not, use one. I am a firm believer that you get what you paid for so you will…

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