Windows 8 opens many types of files in the Windows 8 interface formerly known as Metro by default. If you’re at the desktop and double-click many types of media files, you’ll see a full-screen media viewer.
Pippin and Merry are up to their old pranks once again, but this time they quickly get in over their heads while looking to indulge in a bit of Halloween fun! LEGO A Hobbit Halloween [via Neatorama ] What Is the Purpose of the “Do Not Cover This Hole” Hole on Hard Drives?
Amazon has an amazing selection of products available to satisfy your needs and desires, but what if their services were to expand even more? This humorous video looks at what it might be like if you could literally get anything you wanted through a unique assortment of Amazon sister-sites! Note: Video contains some language that may be considered inappropriate. AMAZON LIFE [via Geeks are Sexy ] What Is the Purpose of the “Do Not Cover This Hole” Hole on Hard Drives?
The lack of multiplayer action in Super Mario 64 bothered one game modder so much he hacked the game to include cooperative multiplayer as well as online play.
Earlier this week we asked you to share your tips and tricks for setting up a novice-proof computer; read on to see how your fellow readers ensure friends and relatives have a well protected computer. Image available as wallpaper here . If you only listen to a single bit of advice from your fellow readers, let that advice be the importance of separate and non-administrative user accounts
Experiments this simple and fun give you no reason to leave all science-based goofing off to the professionals: whip up a beaker of ferromagnetic fluid to capture magnetic waves in motion. The premise is simple: by combing a viscous liquid (in this case vegetable oil) with a magnetic powder (in this case MICR copy toner) and introducing a strong magnetic source (such as neodymium rare earth magnets), you can actually see the magnetic waves in physical space.
In this week’s game you embark on a quest into a haunted house to search for a magic book…a search that will have to be conducted room by room in order to successfully make your way through the house. Will your quest be successful or will you go home empty handed? What Is the Purpose of the “Do Not Cover This Hole” Hole on Hard Drives
Metro UI is one of the prominent change in Windows 8 though not many will like this change but it does makes sense on Microsoft’s part to unify OS across all products. Keeping tablets in mind Microsoft had made sure to have touch friendly interface with Metro UI in Windows 8. If you have downloaded & installed Windows 8 on your PC then you woud be knowing that even the start menu on Windows 8 metro ui based which many would not like it
Posted on July 18, 2011 at 5:55 am Administrators who deal with many users on a Windows 7 PC often have to respond to minor issues brought on by the users themselves.
Posted on April 7, 2011 at 5:50 am The Windows 7 taskbar, as most everyone knows by now, is far more versatile than anything seen in Windows before, but what many people may not know, is that there is a lot more you can do with it, than simply pin things or use jumplists. First, for those that don’t know, applications can now be “pinned” to the taskbar; which means dragging them to the task bar, where they will stick, until such a time as you choose to unpin them at a future date. To pin an application, click on the Start icon, then right click on one of your applications and drag it down to the taskbar; when you get there, let go.