Operating System category

Troubleshoot and Fix PC problems easily with Reimage

Posted on Sunday 16 January 2011 @ 12:14 am
A friend of mine who owns a consulting firm recently came to me and asked if I could help him troubleshoot and fix problems with his PC and notebooks. photo credit: MattHurst He needed help with 3 notebooks and 2 personal computers from both his home and his office. The problem is he hasn't hi...


My X220 Tablet PC Review (Android 2.1 10 inch)

Posted on Sunday 26 December 2010 @ 12:42 am
Happy holidays to all and I hope you all had a wonderful Christmas. photo credit: Vincent van der Pas Did you receive any interesting Christmas present this year? I bought an Android Tablet for my wife and so far we really like the device. I know, you must be wondering if I bought the gift ...


Search your PC effectively with Copernic Desktop Search

Posted on Monday 1 November 2010 @ 12:22 am
Do you sometimes need to find that file or picture that's residing in your hard disk but you just can't remember where you have placed it? Life has been made easier by Copernic Desktop Search where it has become a tool for fast and reliable searching for documents, data files, emails and over 150...


Sync files between folders in Windows

Posted on Saturday 23 October 2010 @ 12:32 am
As a software and application developer, we constantly deal with many source code files and documentations. photo credit: Damien Pollet We usually write codes on a development machine and when it's time to deploy the source codes to a test server, we would copy the source codes over to the test ...


Solution to the WindowsUpdate_80070005 problem

Posted on Monday 21 June 2010 @ 12:23 am
Today's question to you is, how often do you update you Windows OS? It is important for us to update our OS in order to obtain the latest OS patches and fixes from Microsoft. To update our Windows Vista manually, just go to Control Panel and click on Windows Update. Since a few months ago, ...


How I reinstalled Windows Fonts on my Vista

Posted on Friday 19 March 2010 @ 12:19 am
I just had a shock just now as all fonts within my Vista OS got messed up. photo credit: FontFont Launching Google Chome, I was surprised to see that all text are now italic while Firefox shows text which are bold. Initially I thought that this weird text behavior was caused by a virus. Luckil...


A sneak peek into Google’s Chromium Operating System

Posted on Monday 23 November 2009 @ 12:39 am
Have you seen or even tried the developer version of Google's Chromium OS? When I read news about this new OS by Google being released and made available to download as an Image (.vmdk file), I couldn't wait to try it out. All I know about the Chromium OS is it's supposed to start up very fast...