Monthly Archives: September 2011

Amazon on Fire

By on September 28, 2011

You will have heard by now that Amazon has launched the Kindle Fire – a 7″ colour tablet. So, who or what is this aimed at? They are certainly not trying to … read more →

It’s Almost Official!

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The frenzy of rumors is heating up, as Apple sent out Press Invitiations yesterday, for an iPhone event. As always, the Cupertino-based company has been discrete about a new product announcement. The … read more →

How To Backup Your Bookmarks in Chrome, Firefox and IE

By on September 27, 2011

Over the years of being online and general surfing you have probably amassed a pretty extensive bookmark collection separated into categories such as, Entertainment, Bored, Forums etc, which if lost can be … read more →

Repairing “Converging Verticals”

By on September 26, 2011

As you browse the photos on your PC or Laptop do you suffer from the “converging verticals” that have become apparent after pointing your camera up at buildings or scenes with prominent … read more →

Making a Video in Adobe Premiere Pro

By on September 24, 2011

For the purposes of this article I am using Adobe Premiere Pro CS4 – some settings, tools & processes may vary in other versions of Premiere Pro. Shoot your footage using either … read more →

Browser Wars

By on September 20, 2011

Will Google Chrome soon take over the mantle of the web’s most popular browser? Many commentators seem to think so and some of the figures available for August 2011 validate that thought. … read more →

A guide to installing Avira AntiVir Personal

By on September 15, 2011

Avira AntiVir Personal is a freeware antivirus program offered by Avira. Whilst this lacks the full functionality of the paid version, this is an excellent free antivirus that gives excellent protection. To … read more →

How To Delete the DigiNotar CA certificate in Chrome, Firefox and IE

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Reports came in on August 29th 2011 of attempted Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) man-in-the-middle (MITM) attacks against Google users, whereby someone tried to get between them and encrypted Google services. The people … read more →

How to manually back up your emails in Outlook 2007

By on September 11, 2011

One of the most important programs that most computer users use is their email client, and having a load of your precious emails accidently deleted (or laptop/PC stolen) can be a nightmare, … read more →

How to Delete Your Browser History & Passwords In Chrome, Firefox & IE on Personal PC

By on September 10, 2011

There are times when, for security reasons, you will want to delete your internet browsing history or passwords. Deleting cookies on a regular basis is advisable; some web sites that use cookies … read more →

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