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.
The process to get off of a blacklist varies with each list and depends on the reason.
I’m using the Windows 8 built-in Windows Defender, so I was a little surprised it wasn’t being kept up to date automatically.
Upon accessing a UNC path to a server, you may get the error: Access to the resource ‘[UNC path]‘ has been disallowed.
The Android app for Gmail recently received an update. It adds a bit more color than the previous version by using avatars (or generic substitutes) of the sender to take up some of the app’s limited real estate. Also part of the update, the developers decided to hide the Delete button by default. My frustration at […]
I am using Microsoft Deployment Toolkit to install Windows 7 on computers quickly and consistently. I was interested in adding a little polish and branding the finished product. The only real stumbling block I ran into was setting a default wallpaper on Windows 7. The usual tricks of editing the Default user profile or that […]