Posted on 30 March 2009
Linutop is a ready to use, small computer that has been designed to reduce maintenance costs. It uses the Linutop operating system that is stored on an internal flash memory and cannot be altered by virus or mishap. You can always recover the initial state at each start up.
Posted on 30 March 2009
By tweaking the way Firefox handles some caching functions, you can improve the page load speed and even free up the RAM it is hogging while minimized. Do not fear if you have never touched your configuration file before, just follow these simple steps and you’ll have it done in no time.
Posted on 25 March 2009
Everyone seems concerned about his Privacy and Security while browsing web, but not everyone knows how to stay secure and how to make things private. Many of you will already be using some software or different kind of tools to maintain their security, but here is a list of free add-on which are available to be used with Firefox. You may install and download them if they suits your needs. Sorry to users of IE, Safari and other web-browsers and I can not spend my time surfing for add-ons working on those browsers as well.
Posted on 12 February 2009
Internet Explorer 7 (IE7) is a competent browser with enough features to meet the needs of most users but is difficult to recommend due to on-going security concerns. In the past IE has been a focus for security attacks and there is little to suggest this will change with the release of IE7. Additionally, Microsoft have a poor track record for speedily fixing IE defects and this has left users open to drive-by attacks and other forms of zero-day exploits.
Posted on 02 February 2009
Since last two weeks Firefox has started to behave strangely. It is for unknown reason is not keeping any of may authenticated sessions. It is saving all my passwords but I have to login to all my sites each time I restart Firefox. I tried everything from resetting Firefox and tweaked all options that were related
Posted on 16 January 2009
There are number of virtual appliances available for some one who is deep into wordpress blogging and developing plug-ins and themes. The main benefit of these wordpress virtual appliance are they help you easily get straight to development on one the most popular blogging tools. You focus on what you are best at in the sandbox created by these appliances. that is developing themes and plugins for wordpress.
Posted on 12 January 2009
There are an increasing number of equipment manufacturers and technology groups that provide operating systems (OS) for free personal and commercial use without any cost or fee. You are sometimes even free to use them, change their source code and redistribute them as well.
Like Anything that comes for free, do not expect fancy printed manuals and CD-ROMs and technical support. Yet you can count on the community that uses these OS to provide you support through chat rooms and forums and mailing lists.