Tag: desktop computers

Virtualization? What Is That?!

If you have the feeling that everyone else in the world understands virtualization perfectly while you are still trying to understand just what it is and how you might take advantage of it, take heart, you are not alone. Virtualization, in simple English (no geek speak), refers to a concept in which access to a Read More

How Much Impact Does Your Device Have On Your Life?

Some of us are perpetually hunting for apps for our mobile devices – to squeeze every ounce of functionality out of it. Our devices can be an ornament. Sure, a wristwatch is primarily meant to serve as a timepiece. But of course, it is often a fashion statement. “Show me your wristwatch, and I may Read More

The Most Infamous Computer Hackers in History

The invention of the computer brought much good and innovation; however, there are always those that like to go against the grain – cue the computer hacker! Below is a list of some of the most notorious computer hacks and hackers in history; men that have used the power of the computer to wreak havoc Read More

Solving Apple MacBook’s Perpetual Overheating Problem

In the immediate gratification society we live in, we want our computers to be mobile. We want to take them all over the home and office, and even transport them back and forth, and because of that, many people opt for laptops instead of desktop computers. It seems like the perfect solution, until owners of Read More

Peer to Peer Networking (Wired) – Part 3

In our last write-up, we were able to confirm that the two PCs were communicating with each other. We initially used the IP addresses 192.168.10.11 for PC1 and 192.168.10.12 for PC2. But with the introduction of the Starcomms USB modem to the network, we had to change the IP addresses of the PCs so that Read More

Awesome Keyboard ReMapper (Clavier+)

As a sequel to my earlier post Increase Your Typing Speed,  I would like to bring to our attention a wonderfuland FREE application called Clavier+. The program is designed for the Windows Operating System. it offers “set-it-and-forget-it autostart functionality. Of course there are numerous keyboard-remapping applications. But this one caught my attention due to its Read More