Category Archives for "Technology"

5 years ago

PC Tools Internet Security Review!

I got around to reviewing PC Tools Internet Security after they scored highly in a recent AV Test the results of which are available here and here. PC Tools is famous for its Spyware Doctor and Firewall and also for ThreatFire and slowly the company seems to be moving towards a full suite of security applications and now […]

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5 years ago

Panda Cloud Antivirus Review! Cloud Protection Is Here!

Are you looking for an antivirus that works right out of the box, works unobtrusively in the background, does not use much in terms of system resources, does not need to be updated anytime, in short does not need any sort of maintenance and yet works very well. Panda Security’s Cloud Antivirus meets all of […]

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5 years ago

Windows 7 Sins!

Windows 7 is here and with it seven sins from its creator Microsoft as put forth by the Free Software Foundation aptly titled Windows 7 Sins. The sins listed are Education (against it), DRM, Security, Monopoly, Standards, Lock In, and Privacy. You can read up about it at http://en.windows7sins.org/. While it does make for interesting […]

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5 years ago

Windows 7, First Impressions!

Off the block this is fast by Microsoft Standards. It took me all of under 30 minutes to install Microsoft 7 and once done it was up and running without any issues immediately. I had a completely workable system in another 15 minutes just by downloading the bare essentials like an antivirus, Google Pack and […]

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5 years ago

Upgrading To Windows 7!

The D-Day is here for when I will be upgrading to Windows 7, but things should not really slow down on the blog hopefully. In case you are wondering, I will be moving to Windows 7 from a Windows XP platform. I did initially try Windows Vista for a couple of months but then moved […]

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5 years ago

Google Chrome Browser Extensions Are Here!

I have been playing with Google Chrome Browser Extensions for a while now and while the content itself is new and limited it will surely turn more away from Firefox. In fact the very first Google Chrome Browser Extension that I tried out was Xmarks (Foxmarks from Firefox) a bookmarks manager to synchronize and backup […]

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5 years ago

How To Set Gmail As The Default Email Client? Part 2 For The Geek And The Nerd In You!

After my last post on How To Set Gmail As The Default Email Client? I have been trying out registry edit versions of it. In simpler words no installation of any software but just edit the registry of Windows XP (yes that’s what I still use) and change the system default to Gmail instead of Microsoft […]

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