If you’re like me you probably have a huge number of browsers installed on your system. And surprisingly, I use most of them at some point of time or the other. One main reason is for testing whenever I am working on a new theme or site.
If youâ€™re running tonnes of browsers on your system and one or more email clients, youâ€™ll know that backing these up is a really painful experience. Each tool has a separate software that helps you backup and some others donâ€™t even have that. Things are different with MailBrowserBackup.
Anybody who uses a USB drive be it a pen drive or a hard disk knows how painful it can be when you run into the stupid “USB drive is in use” error everytime you try to eject the same. In such a situation, I normally rely on Unlocker to do the needful. However, that isn’t always solve the problem at one go.
The problem with CDs and DVDs is that over a period of time they get scratched or just deteriorate and you end up with lost data. Sadly, hard disks also have this amazing ability of developing bad sectors and before you know it you can’t get back data. So, what can Unstoppable Copier do?
If you’re like me, you’ll have hundreds of accounts all over and you’ll need to remember an equal number of usernames and passwords.
Good security requires you do not keep the same password for all your accounts and so it would totally impossible for you to memorize all the passwords.
This is where password managers come into play. A password manager will allow you to save the username and passwords for your various accounts and visit the site and fill in the password and login to the site.
Here are five completely free software that allow you to manage your passwords.
LastPass is a Firefox or Internet Explorer browser add-on that stores all of your passwords locally and synchronizes all of them to any other browser (with the same add-on) using 256-bit AES encryption.
LastPass includes added features of sharing passwords with your friends, importing and exporting data, generating secure passwords. It also allows you synchronize your accounts with your online LastPass account and use bookmarklets to fill in the passwords.Read More »Five Freeware Software to manage your Passwords
So, you’re a conscientious system administrator or even a very neat and tidy home user who likes to keep his/her PC fully updated and patched against any malignant threats that float around on the interweb. Good for you. You subscribe and read so many postings on various security related forums.
As a web and graphics designer there are lots of tools and software available to help one do their work. In fact, I would bet that without some of these tools that we completely take for granted, most of us web designers would be fairly miserable. Here’s a list of the 6 tools that I think every designer should have: 1) Photoshop / Dreamweaver : I wasn’t planning on listing anything that wasn’t free in this list, but no list related to web design would be complete without Adobe’s Photoshop.
There was a time I swore by AVG as an antivirus. Though I have Nod32 installed on my laptop, I installed AVG on any and every computer I came across. Sadly, v8 is a total mess and I quickly switched over to Avast which is really excellent.
If you are a Ubuntu newbie and want to learn how to install, configure Ubuntu etc, this free e-book is for you. It is written by Keir Thomas and is one of the best books for people who are new to Ubuntu and want to learn the basics. It’s a 170 Page ebook which covers everything from installation and configuration to security and command-line tricks.