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Short Takes: December 5, 2014 Commented on: 2 years ago (December 5, 2014)

"First Clippy, now Clip Art. When will the madness end?"

Let's hope they don't decide to kill the clipboard. :)

Big Changes Are Coming to Windows Commented on: 3 years ago (December 10, 2013)

Bring back the start menu? Ok, but can I turn the start menu off if I don't want it? I actually like the start screen in Windows 8. I almost never used the start menu in Windows 7 other than to...

Short Takes: December 6, 2013 Commented on: 3 years ago (December 9, 2013)

Personally, I actually don’t miss the start menu. I ran Windows 7 for about 3 years, and during that time, I pinned the applications I used most to the task bar. A couple of lesser used...

The Death of the Windows Desktop Commented on: 3 years ago (September 17, 2013)

Ok, I'm fine with that. Give me a "metro" version of Visual Studio, Office, remote desktop (or "remote metro" if they're doing away with the desktop on the server side), WS-FTP Pro, Paint.Net for...

Tip: Check for a Rootkit Before Ordering New Memory Commented on: 3 years ago (May 6, 2013)

I've had good results with MalwareBytes Anti-Rootkit beta:
http://downloads.malwarebytes.org/file/mbar

Mozilla, Google Gripe About Windows RT Limitations Commented on: 4 years ago (May 10, 2012) So, what browsers other than Safari are available on iOS, and what browsers besides Chrome are available on Chromebook?
Windows 7: What's In a Name? - 16 Oct 2008 Commented on: 8 years ago (October 16, 2008) Slow news day?
Yet Another 8 Absolutely Cool, Totally Free Utilities Commented on: 8 years ago (October 14, 2008) yep, it works now. Thanks!
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