Member since: Jan 6th, 2007
Feb 9th 2011 2:22PM Since I have to often deal with customer's computers that have not been updated, I took the precaution of placing a autorun.inf *folder* on each of my USB flash drives.Even if someone one day writes malware that actually checks for an autorun.inf folder and issues an rmdir command to remove it (so they can create an autorun.inf file), not seeing that folder when I view the files would be a big red flag that it had been infected.
Dec 24th 2010 3:01PM Obviously not an application you would want to use if you were suffering from a cold.
Dec 12th 2010 4:51PM Only two were listed for my city (192K population), both delivery on Friday, December 10. They were actually shipped the same day, thanks to originating from the UPS warehouse in Hebron, KY.
Nov 22nd 2010 2:01PM I was considering dropping back to the 2 discs at a time plan, but this just made the decision easier.
Nov 15th 2010 6:37PM Throwing my lot in.
Nov 11th 2010 12:58PM Given that I have never won one of these giveaways, that should be a lesson about playing the lottery.Still, the "ticket" for this is free, so sign me up.
Sep 3rd 2010 4:25PM This = royalty payment to the authorPirated = no payment to anyoneLooks like a difference to me.
Aug 25th 2010 3:47PM Perhaps the tabs move to a separate line when they exceed a specific number.
Jul 25th 2010 6:54PM Same here. The name is strange enough to be memorable, and the site does the job.
Jul 23rd 2010 3:10PM I find turning on the built-in Windows feature to hear a tone whenever you press any of these 3 keys works well to prevent accidental activation (i.e., of Caps Lock) or deactivation (i.e., of Num Lock).This is found under "Accessibility Options" for XP, or "Ease of Access" for Windows 7, in the Control Panel.
Save your tabs and Panorama tab groups in Firefox 4
Amazon Appstore for Android hands-on review: Android Market is in trouble