Windows 7 Released to Manufacturing (RTM), General Availability 22nd Oct

After many weeks of speculation, Microsoft finally confirms that Windows 7 has finally achieved RTM (released to manufacturing) status and they will no longer be changing the OS (producing updated builds, in technospeek) from now until October 22nd when it will be officially available in stores around the world. This means the code is finally […]

Integrate Google into Microsoft Office suite

If you are a frequent user of Microsoft’s Office suite of programs, you might find the lack of useful resources from Microsoft’s Clipart particularly annoying especially when you are just looking for a nice little graphics to enhance the document or presentation you are working on. Frequently, I myself am drawn to Google’s Image Search […]

FBackup manages Application Backups effortlessly

I would like to share with readers here a really useful tool called FBackup, which does a tremendously helpful job of helping you back up your applications settings such that formatting your PC will hopefully be a painless process from now on. At first glance, FBackup looks like a rudimentary piece of backup software. You […]

KON-BOOT bypasses Windows XP, Vista, 7, Linux passwords

KON-BOOT is a project started by a user who obviously have an infatuation for a character on the Bleach anime. Despite the silly sounding name, this bootable CD ISO/Floppy allows you to hack the kernel of Windows and Linux operating systems on-the-fly. The result? Complete takeover of any machine just by being able to have […]

Create Collages for your Desktop Background

Photo collages are super-cool and it’s also a pleasing visual effect for use in creating photo albums, presentations, and now you can do the same thing for your desktop background! The best part? Automatic creation of the collages and background rotation makes this collage software a must have download. What am I talking about? Why, […]

The best of Windows 7 now on Vista/XP

The news of Windows 7 making a launch in this year have caught many by surprise, as Microsoft scrambles to remedy the poor performance and consumer reception to Vista by launching another version of Windows. Joking aside, the newest iteration of Windows does have some appeal, especially some new usability enhancements that promises to make […]

Virtual Machines: What, How and Why would I want to run a computer within my computer

Introduction I will try to make this as easy to understand to the common user as possible. However, the introduction will be a little bit technical, so please skip to the next section, The Necessary Software if you want to get to the gist of the article. For the rest, read on to the wonderful […]