Monthly Archives: February 2014

A quick way to find out when Windows was last installed

By on February 24, 2014

Over time, particularly if you have a low specification setup, your Windows installation may degrade, become sluggish or even unusable, although hopefully you will make the decision to reinstall before it gets … read more →

The Importance of Being Sudo

By on February 15, 2014

I noticed in the forum recently, more specifically in the Mac forum, a question as to why a particular program gave a warning message and asked for a password. This begged the … read more →

Google Subsidiary to take control of Moffett Airfield

By on February 13, 2014

The United States Government has chosen Google’s Planetary Ventures LLC subsidiary to run and renovate a federal airfield that is most frequently used for personal jets of Google executives. Announced on Monday, … read more →

Satya Nadella : New CEO of Microsoft

By on February 4, 2014

Since Bill Gate’s retirement over a year ago, Microsoft has been run by Steve Ballmer. Despite the great sensation Gate’s relinquishment of the CEO position at the software giant created, it quickly … read more →

Secure your Mobile Life – A Kingston DataTraveler Locker+ G3 Review

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How many flash drives would you say you lose in a year? One? Three? Five? If you answered one or more, how important was the data on the drive? With personal identification … read more →

Harley rider “does it his way”

By on February 3, 2014

For 82 year old motorcyclist, Bill Standley, his Harley Davidson was one of his great loves. Eighteen years ago, he asked what he was going to do with his Harley when he … read more →

Google’s Worst Investment Ever!

By on February 2, 2014

Two years ago Google saw an opportunity to purchase a somewhat dwindling company as part of a plan to expand their hardware division of computing. In 2012 Google confirmed that they had purchased Motorola … read more →