Archive for November, 2011

How To Fix Your PC By Yourself

Wednesday, November 30th, 2011
Most people today own computers. Computers are awesome as long as they are running smoothly. However, as with any other piece of machinery, they can have problems. For those without computer knowledge, this can present a real challenge. There are many websites and magazines that offer help for computer problems. Here is a list of some basic things you Read The Post [...]

What’s New in Adobe After Effects CS5?

Wednesday, November 30th, 2011
Copyright © 2011 Mandi Pralle Adobe After Effects is a software that helps with motion graphics and editing. It is used in filmmaking and production, primarily after production. It can be also used with animation - both 2D and 3D. The new version of After Effects has come out and there are a number of new features that users can expect from this Read The Post [...]

QuickBooks 2012, Its Added Functions

Wednesday, November 30th, 2011
Copyright © 2011 Steve Fisher With the creation of accounting software program like QuickBooks 2012, the days when the accountants have to spend the majority of their times combing over the ledgers are now over. Nowadays, even the smallest companies get a licensed copy of the accounting software program to ensure that their employees' life shall Read The Post [...]

Why Are Windows Based Tablets Becoming More Popular?

Tuesday, November 29th, 2011
By Paul Malcolm According to a recent survey conducted by the Boston Consulting Group and reported by AllThingsD, US consumers in the US would prefer to have a tablet with the Windows operating system. "42 percent of U.S. consumers would like to buy tablets that run Windows compared to only 27 percent that prefer Apple's mobile operating system." Read The Post [...]

An Insight To IPv6 And Its Function With Windows/Linux Virtual Servers

Tuesday, November 29th, 2011
IPV6 is a descendant of IPv4. IPv4 and IPv6 is the tent of the Internet, which is accessible in all networks. IPv4 is still overriding on the Internet today. The reason is simple for IPv6, the world is running out of IPv4 addresses. IPv6 was created in 1998 to educate the public IP addresses available. IPv4 provides about four billion addresses. To Read The Post [...]

Reasons So Many Select Offshore Back Up For Vital Info

Monday, November 28th, 2011
There are a multitude of reasons why a lot of people decide to use offsite data backup for essential files. Some people fret that their buildings might be violated by criminals who could swipe their computers. Others have witnessed their machines growing ill with viruses that either corrupt them or render them useless. Some folks might have lived through Read The Post [...]

A Guidance To CPanels For Linux Virtual Servers For Starts

Sunday, November 27th, 2011
Countless kinds of online VPS servers can be found from an individual's site. You may choose one of several virtual server hosting such as Linux virtual servers hosting or windows virtual servers hosting, there are various options and you can adjust as you want and need. Each of these may differ in some things here and there so it would be better to Read The Post [...]

Things To Consider With Internet Privacy

Sunday, November 27th, 2011
The issue of privacy and the internet is a particularly relevant one especially in the light of the recent Wikileaks saga and the need to have privacy controls in place. The internet is unregulated but there are concerns about the risk of sensitive or personal information being made available to the general public. No one wants to see a heavily policed Read The Post [...]

Data Recovery Software: Choosing What Works Best

Saturday, November 26th, 2011
If you have a computer, you've undoubtedly been in situations where you've lost files which you need; and this is where data recovery software comes in. You may have accidentally deleted a file from your hard drive or found that you've lost data due to a crash, had files corrupted due to a virus, while partitioning your hard drive or any other kind Read The Post [...]

Learn About Bootloaders In Linux

Monday, November 21st, 2011
Booting (booting up) in computing is the process of starting the Operating System when the computer is switched on. A boot sequence is the initial set of operations perfomed when the computer is switched on. Some commonly used bootloaders are GRUB, BOOTMGR, Syslinux, LILO , NTLDR. Linux booting process is much simple to understand and much things to Read The Post [...]