Member since: Sep 5th, 2006
Feb 28th 2011 4:12AM The magazine Linux Format did a test on password managers in the Xmas 2010 issue, and this were the results:KeePassX - 9/10Gpass - 4/10Gpassword Manager - 9/10Revelation - 8/10Gringotts - 4/10MyPasswords - 10/10PasswordSafe - 7/10Figaro's Password Manager - 8/10
Feb 23rd 2011 3:31AM Try the open source Lightworks Beta if you want great video editing software...http://www.lightworksbeta.com/Oh yeah, stop limiting these giveaways by region and age....
Nov 17th 2010 3:24AM That is really useful, I need this.@mediazed: copying seems to work fine for you, you just need a plug-in to avoid duplicate paste operations..... ;-)
Oct 1st 2010 11:50AM Since SugarSync and DropBox are the only two mentioned here, then let me throw in SpiderOak as well.http://spideroak.com/I use both DropBox and SpiderOak. I may very well end up using SugarSync one day too, but the particular needs I had was best covered by these to.
Aug 19th 2010 3:30AM I highly recommend NexusFile from http://xiles.net/ --it looks good and works well.
Jun 17th 2010 5:38AM I just notice that the page I posted a link to is auto-generated and you can replace the error code with any number and it generates a page with the same content for that....so be aware, maybe downloading and running CCleaner with its registry error repair will be better....
Jun 17th 2010 5:35AM Try this:http://www.errornerd.com/stoperrors.php?seed=0x80040601PS!Oh, and don't blame me if it doesn't work, or screw up your PC. I just happen to run across this and thought it may be what you need, but be aware of any executables you find on the net.... :-)
May 18th 2010 4:00PM Hotmail's spam filter is actually very good. I have used Hotmail for over 10 years for private e-mail messages (since before Microsoft bought it), and I receive typically between 50 to 250 messages per day --I can't remember the last time I saw more than one or two spam messages in my inbox, but mileage my vary depending on settings, etc.On the other hand, I do plan to switch to Gmail (I have accounts there too, but not used actively) but not because of Hotmails spam filter....I recently saw a test showing that spam was worse on Gmail.
May 18th 2010 3:40PM I like Free Commander too, but I prefer Nexus File --check it out at http://xiles.net/
May 18th 2010 3:33PM You can use your own domain with both Hotmail and GMail.
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