Sunday, July 14, 2013

How to Speed Up Windows 7 |Enable Prefetcher for Faster Windows 7 Performance.

How to Speed Up Windows 7 |Enable Prefetcher for Faster Windows 7 Performance.: "Can You speed up Windows 7? Of course! Windows 7 is a great operating system. Its fast and light. But there are ways to make it better. You can make Windows 7 faster with just a few simple tweaks."

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Stupid People - Bad Predictions

Stupid People - Bad Predictions: ""Computers in the future may weigh no more than 1.5 tons."
Popular Mechanics, forecasting the relentless march of science, 1949"

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Cut the Cost of HDMI Cables -- Savings Experiment - DailyFinance

Cut the Cost of HDMI Cables -- Savings Experiment - DailyFinance: "The average price of an HDMI cable at a retail store is $30, while some establishments charge as much as $100. However, if you look online you can find them for $5.79. If you're worried about the brand or quality, tech publications say that there's no meaningful difference between HDMI cables. They all do the same thing."

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Show a hidden password

Show a hidden password: "This application allows to view the passwords which are hidden by asteriks. If you find a textbox where there are hidden passwords, which will be replaced with asterisks, these can be easily revealed with this program, only by executing it and moving the cursor over the textbox.

For example, you have the some program where you defined a password: your mail accounts, personal code to private folder, login in network or Window login.
In each these situations the passwords in MS Windows will be hidden and you haven't a standard way to view the values - you must remember (in memory or somewhere in papers). This is standard method for security."

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Hunch Blog | Mac vs. PC: A Hunch Rematch

Hunch Blog | Mac vs. PC: A Hunch Rematch: "Our latest data project was to analyze how self-described Mac and PC people are different. The infographic below, designed by the talented folks at Column Five Media, breaks it down. Keep reading after the Infographic for more background and analysis, including some comparisons to findings from 18 months ago when we first looked at this issue."

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