Have you ever wanted to be an artist? Well now you can try your hand and being and abstract artist—Picasso to be precise. .
Choose “Play” and you are taken away to your canvas to begin creation of your picassohead. Here you will find your tools, color palette and canvas. Begin your masterpiece.
Choose View Gallery to see the art that came before you. You can… Continue reading
Weekly Download: Iron Key
Being in the Internet game I hear a lot of people concerned about hackers intercepting their messages and wondering how safe transmissions on the web are. It’s true that email isn’t the most secure form of transmission out there, but it is easy and in most cases very convenient to use. As a general rule if you wanted to send sensitive data across… Continue reading
SP2 Hardware & Software Conflicts
So, you’re about to install Win XP Service Pack 2 . I suggest you find out if there are any measures you should take before installing. Head over to the web site for your computer’s manufacturer first.
Dell: Dude, if you got a Dell there are some hoops you need to jump through before installing SP2. Check out their page or get whacked…… Continue reading
How do I get rid of MSN Messenger in Windows XP?
Microsoft decided to make MSN Messenger a built-in default feature in XP. A nice gesture, but for some, yet another useless feature that gets in your face.
Well, if you just remove it from your system you might run into trouble. This is part of Microsoft’s “make it an ‘integrated’… Continue reading
Weekly Download: Password Unmasker
How often have you forgotten your passwords, thanks to the option to save passwords in windows this isn’t so such of a problem. Except for the fact that after using the password that pops up when you type in your username for a while you might forget it. The password that does pop up when you type your username is all doted out… Continue reading
Weekly Download: Netomat
The download for this week is a unique title that really does its own thing. It’s similar to a small website, but with a very simple interface and editing tools. The program allows you to import pictures, text, sounds, links, slide shows, even make a recording of your own voice to put onto the page, and basically post it on the web.
The features… Continue reading
Weekly Download: Primo PDF
I’ve always thought that Adobe’s Acrobat Reader was a great document distribution program, but a little pricey for what I would do with it. PDFs (Portable Document Format) are really good for creating documents that you want everyone to be able to view as you intended.
For example: you want to create a form for a Charitable bake sale and you want people… Continue reading
Download of the Week: Batch Bandwidth Monitor
It’s that time of the week again: that time where I go out and painstakingly search out downloads for you. This week is no exception and I believe you will enjoy what I’ve chosen for you. Have you ever wondered how fast your Internet connection is? Not what your ISP tells you it is, but rather what kind of bandwidth you’re really getting.… Continue reading
What’s the best way to keep your computer safe during a thunderstorm? In my opinion, just crawl under your desk and unplug it.
Although a good surge protector may keep your computer safe during a thunderstorm, I still unplug mine. After all, if the thing isn’t plugged into the wall, it’s kind of hard for a spike or surge to get through. Also, try to keep all of your… Continue reading