It seems that Steve Ballmer, Microsoft CEO, will never stop hitting the top of the open-source community’s head. Ballmer, during a press conference in London last week, renewed attacks that started a year ago against the world of the “open”. According to Ballmer, Linux and open-source software users currently violate 235 patents that he claims […]
Have you ever been talking to another geek, and they mentioned on Operating System you hadn’t heard about, or you just wanted to prove how geeky you are by listing a large variety of operating systems and its variants? Well, this post will help you fill your brain with OS’s. I won’t be covering every […]
By Fred Roth, Contributing Writer, [GAS] As of this month, the first round of Windows Vista Ultimate Extras have been sent out to customers “lucky” enough to have purchased the highest caliber of Microsoft’s newest operating system. These supplemental downloads are available through Windows Update and are described as “Cutting Edge Programs, Innovative Services and […]
Lenovo, the fourth biggest computer manufacturer in the world, is making a poll asking YOU, the consumer, which distribution of Linux should run on their systems. If this kind of thing interests you, go ahead and vote. I’m going to put another poll question up asking which Linux you all would like to see offered. […]
This is just horrible. Seeing this makes me glad we’re not in the 80’s early 90’s anymore.
Windows Vista users rejoice! Microsoft has just released two new updates that are supposed to improve the performance and reliability of Vista systems. KB938979 addresses the following issues: You experience a long delay when you try to exit the Photos screen saver. A memory leak occurs when you use the Windows Energy screen saver. If […]
Lenovo, the third biggest manufacturer of computers in the world, has recently decided that it would soon start offering Novell’s SUSE Linux pre-installed on a large selection of their entry-level to high-end laptops. This announcement comes three months after Dell started selling Ubuntu Linux laptops and desktops in the U.S. The only major manufacturer that […]
While moving your Windows shares from one computer to another might seem pointless for most people, system administrators see great value in doing it efficiently. It is particularly useful in situations where we have to move data from an old server to new one, and we want our users to keep on accessing their files […]
Have you ever felt concerned about your privacy while surfing the net? Do you wish you could do something about the situation? If so, then read on. This morning, while having a little fun with VMWare Server, I stumbled on VMWare’s list of free virtualized environments. If you have any VMWare product installed on your box, […]
Have you ever run into a situation where you wanted to delete a file, but Windows simply wouldn’t allow you to do it? Personally, these things happen to me all the time, especially when I’m at a client’s house trying to get their machine clean of malware. Have you ever tried deleting a locked file […]
–Use Your Mac Mini as a Media Server Part 1 – Part 2 Apple has been pushing the use of the Macintosh as the heart of one’s media center for a long time now, but more specifically since the release of the Mac Mini. With its compact size, low price and FrontRow, it’s the perfect […]
Here is a video presenting the highlights of the joint onstage appearance of Bill Gates and Steve Jobs at the D5 Conference that took place yesterday near San Diego, California. For those of you who are interested in watching the full interview (Over an hour long), keep on reading.