I ran in to an instance last week where Group Policy was coming into question – specifically, why a computer wasn’t receiving new or updated policies.
My Start screen recently became less descriptive when several tiles went mysteriously blank.
After my luck with brick-and-mortar banks, I have become heavily dependent on the PayPal app in order to cash checks.
Windows XP users will receive a pop-up on the 8th of every month to notify them that Windows XP will reach End of Support on April 8th, 2014. Here’s how to disable them.
With Windows 7, putting the shortcut on the Start Menu also would have been a breeze. Windows 8 works a little differently.
Chasms and Network Overload are two sites that provide interactive documentation of software, operating systems and others which makes walking somebody through some steps as simple as visiting a website.
After looking through the growing list of Chromium parameters/switches and having some idea of what I was looking for, I finally found a switch I could use to disable the back/forward swiping gestures.
Oracle released version 7u51 of Java on Tuesday. Along with the update’s release, they flipped the switch on a security setting to block unsigned or self-signed Java applets by default.
This morning, my computer was awake and humming though I know for certain that I put it in Sleep mode last night. The computer was updated to Windows 8.1 and I never caught Windows 8 having this behavior.
When you open up a PDF, the viewer will scale the PDF to fit your resolution. Fortunately, there is an easy setting to change this behavior in version 10 and 11 of Reader and Acrobat.
With a recent update, Google Chrome added an Apps shortcut to the far left of the Bookmarks bar.
I managed to get the computer cleaned up with a handful of scanners and it seems like the rootkit and various downloaders and trojan droppers were all removed. The folder that caught my attention in the first place was still there and I wanted to delete it.