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Kiaro! color inkjet label printer for labeled printing

Tweet A renowned brand of Astro-Med, Inc., QuickLabel Systems has announced the release of its fastest label printer, called Kiaro! color inkjet label printer. Made for businesses that require to print their own labels, Kiaro! color inkjet label printer comes equipped with Custom QuickLabel Omni labeling software, a USB 2.0 cable, a printer driver for Windows 7, Windows Vista, and Windows XP operating... Read More »

Microsoft® Windows® security patches

Tweet In January 2011, Microsoft released two bulletins for patching up three shortcomings related to security measures which can affect the Windows operating system. The major vulnerabilities of serious nature can be exploited through drive-by downloading websites as warned by the software company. Flaws for the drive-by download which were covered through MS11-002 were briefed to Microsoft through... Read More »

Mac® OS X™ 10.6.6 Boot Camp removes Windows® XP support

Tweet Apple is an America company which manufactures electronic goods, computer OS, software and applications. Mac OS X is an operating system that was developed by Apple. Apart from Mac OS X, Apple is also popular for products such as iPhone, iPod and many more. Basically Mac stands for Macintosh. Mac OS X is secure, powerful and yet easy to use with its customizable graphical user interface. Support... Read More »

Windows® 7 Migration Tool

Tweet Windows 7 is the latest operating system released by Microsoft and has gained good popularity among the masses. This looks like a refined and bug free version of Windows Vista. Users of Windows Vista can upgrade to this operating system very easily through the simple upgrade path, but users who do not have Windows Vista, will have to take a longer path in order to upgrade to Windows 7. Technically... Read More »

How to start Microsoft® Outlook Express in Safe Mode

Tweet Microsoft Outlook Express is the default e-mail application which comes bundled with the Windows operating system till Windows XP. It got renamed as Windows Mail in Windows Vista and later the name of the actual executable remained the same. Microsoft Outlook Express is a free application which can be used to configure POP, IMAP e-mail accounts so that e-mails can be read and written. As far... Read More »

Dell® Latitude E6420 review

Tweet The Dell Latitude E6420 laptop is meant for business applications. Its weight is 4.56 pounds and has a four-cell battery. The rugged design as well as smooth finish of the laptop feels straightforward as well as useful. It has a full sized keyboard and a 14–inch display. The Dell Latitude E6420 laptop has a compact design. There is one interesting thing about the laptop. It is very difficult... Read More »

Microsoft® disables AutoRun on Windows® XP and Windows® Vista to prevent malware infections

Tweet Autorun is an in built feature of Windows that routinely runs a program made distinct by the’autorun.inf’ file whenever a CD-ROM, USB or DVD is plugged into a computer that is Windows-based. Autorun automatically starts any installer when a media that is removable is inserted into the computer drive. Autorun has, however, become a major security risk with the increase in the number... Read More »

FTP Client Cyberduck 4 Brings Support for Windows and Cloud Storage

Tweet Cyberduck, the free and popular file transfer application, has released a new update. Version 4.0 extends the much-awaited indigenous Windows support, while adding also new features such as the power to upload the various services of cloud storage and maintenance for files to the extent of five terabytes in size. The other significant feature is that Cyberduck may now look after one’s Google... Read More »

How to delete your usage history tracks in Windows®

Tweet Windows is the most used operating system in the world. In this post I will let you know how to erase your computer usage tracks so that others are not able to see what you work upon. Since Windows XP, a lot of emphasis was given to the computer security and two different Windows accounts cannot check other users without a password. But even in Windows XP, the Administrator can anytime log into... Read More »

How to Clear the Thumbnail Cache in Windows®

Tweet Thumbnails are small representations of image files which are shown up Windows Explorer. These thumbnails replace the actual image icon and are displayed as icons, thus making easier for the user to identify the image without even opening it. Thumbnails are created by the Windows operating system automatically but this is done only for the Windows image file types or the global image file types.... Read More »

Windows® Phone 7 update for Samsung®

Tweet The Windows Phone 7 update for the Samsung Omnia and Samsung Focus smartphones was launched in January 2011. Certain issues have been reported regarding the new update. Microsoft has advised Samsung phone owners to avoid repeated installation attempts till the next update and patch are ready. Microsoft seems to be working on this issue seriously and trying to resolve the said matter to the fullest... Read More »

Internet Explorer® 9 enables pinning of websites

Tweet Time is swiftly changing and as a result there are different technologies evolving with every passing day. Take the example of Internet Explorer (IE) from Microsoft. Recently, the latest version of the browser, that is, Internet Explorer 9 (IE9) was launched by Microsoft. IE9 has a unique feature which allows to pin or group all the similar website links. So you can conveniently tag websites... Read More »

Windows® 7: Moving beyond Windows® Vista

Tweet When we talk of development, we mean to embrace the new and say good bye to the old. There are a lot of new and improved technologies that are being discovered each day and people are finding new and improved means to stay in touch with the latest technical innovations. In the recent times we have seen that people have been very particular and choosy regarding the aspects of the OS and they have... Read More »

Microsoft® releases update to stop AutoRun

Tweet Microsoft has launched an update for the AutoRun feature. The company is now pushing the update to Windows Vista and Windows XP users automatically. When Microsoft had first deployed the update on the 8th of February, it said the patch would be offered as an optional download. For retrieving it, users had to manually checkmark the “KB971029” update in the “Software, Optional”... Read More »
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New Apple® MacBook laptops run Windows® 7 Only

Tweet Apple has withdrawn support for the older versions of Windows OS namely the Windows XP and Windows Vista. It has always displayed stubbornness about backward compatibility and providing support for outdated software and hardware. The Boot Camp utility allows users in the Apple Mac OS X to install and run other Operating Systems on it. But now the new MacBook Pros which were announced recently... Read More »

How to Uninstall Microsoft® Office 2010 Technical Preview

Tweet Microsoft Office 2010 has been designed to work easily, quickly and intuitively. The version has also made it easier for employees to stay connected to their office from almost anywhere, through some add-on tools and features. Although the Microsoft Office 2010 application has proved to be extremely beneficial to corporates and home users alike, many people have faced difficulties while uninstalling... Read More »

Microsoft® readies locked-down Windows® 7 Thin PCs

Tweet Microsoft is about to bring its Software Assurance volume licensing customers a more compact package with a locked down version of Windows 7 to function as Microsoft calls it a “Thin Client”. Microsoft has announced an upcoming product named Windows Thin PC SKU. This according to the company will give its users dual use advantage with the facility to double up their existing PCs as thin clients.... Read More »

FTP Scheduler helps you to Schedule File Uploads to Server

Tweet For the growth of every organization it is very important to get the work done in minimum possible time and the quality of work should be very good. Only then it will be possible to take your organization to the top level. Every big organization has its own server computers with operating systems installed. Currently the organizations are working with server operating systems such as Windows... Read More »

How to reset Windows® XP password

Tweet Passwords are used in Windows for security reasons and people set tough passwords to restrict hackers or other users to use their personal information. But sometimes you have to reset the log in password in Windows. It may be for some reasons such as you purchased a second-hand computer and the password is not known to you. Sometime there are other reasons like you are restoring back an old computer... Read More »

Microsoft® Releases Vulnerability Analysis Tool

Tweet Microsoft has finally released the much anticipated beta version of Attack Surface Analyzer. The security tool is not a new development, but the product was already used by the internal product team of Microsoft for the last five years. The Attack Surface Analyzer is a program that records changes made to the critical operating system files during the process of installation of new software.... Read More »

How to Remove Windows® Vista Password?

Tweet Passwords are very important for security purpose and everyone keeps a strong password for their computers. If you want to delete the user password in Windows Vista, you can easily do it. Windows Vista is not very different from Windows XP and you can do the same process you are doing for Windows XP. Sometime there are other reasons like you are restoring back an old computer that has not been... Read More »

Apple® Mac OS X 10.6.6 introduces subtle changes to Boot Camp

Tweet Apple plans to drop support and development of drivers for Windows XP and Windows Vista?  Is it true? Actually, the suspicion emerges from the new demands on the screen from Boot Camp that comes with Mac OS X 10.6.6. The system now prompts the user for a genuine copy of Windows 7. Boot Camp is included with the latest version of Mac OS X 10.6.6. According to the site MacNN, Apple might have... Read More »

How to Create a Bootable Windows® Vista USB Drive

Tweet Earlier operating systems like MS-DOS were available in floppy disks, and then came CDs which carried operating systems like Windows Me, Windows XP, and now we get the operating systems in bootable DVDs. This all has happened because of the advancement of technology and features. You might wish to install Windows Vista on our computer but what if you do not have a DVD drive in it. You will end... Read More »

How to quickly access your network connections in Windows 7 and Vista?

Tweet Your internet connection may be one of the best but some times you face a very slow connection. This slow down is happening may be due to various factors. Some times it gets so much slow and you feel like cheated with the internet connection. But you don not need to worry, you can fit it down within minutes. In this article we will describe how to quickly access your network connections in Windows... Read More »

MAC OS X 10.6.6 Not to Provide support for Windows XP and Vista

Tweet Windows Vista and Windows XP support has been apparently dropped from the Mac Operating System X 10.6.6’s Boot Camp.  This has been deduced from the news on the official website of Mac, MacNN, where it says that the company is trying to assign a the Windows 7 OS abandoning the Operating Systems Windows Vista which was launched in the year 2007 and Windows XP which was discharged in the early... Read More »
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