In light of the bulk surveillance issues that have found their way across the web, the Free Software Foundation has launched a guide to help secure your email communication. The guide recommends free software tools like GnuPG and Enigmail to secure your email. All you need is a computer with an Internet connection, an email …
I remember the days of dial-up and spending hours staring at the computer screen waiting for the 1Mb download to complete. My internet connection today gives me up to 10Mbps speeds and going back to anything lower is definitely a thing I dread! I have a Blackberry Torch 9800 which came out a few years back and have no plans of upgrading to a new phone just yet.
The following is a sponsored post on Total Network Inventory. If you’re running a small office with a network of computers in a tiny room, it is very likely that you know each computer properly, including what software is running on each. However, as you expand this is going to get more unmanageable.
Long long time ago, I wrote about two software that will allow you to Say Goodbye to your Windows Start Menu. Yet another software that provides a similar functionality is called Guillotine. Guillotine is a free and lightweight Windows utility that allows you to quickly and naturally access items you commonly (and uncommonly) use like programs, bookmarks, contacts, and web searches.