Free eBooks From Microsoft For Windows 7

This happens rarely from Microsoft, giving away ebooks you might need for your Windows PC, but hey it’s worth it! Click this link from Lifehacker’s website: Grab Over 80 Free Ebooks from Microsoft and Learn Something Tech-y ».

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Tips On How To Avoid Viruses and Malware On Your Windows PC

I’m going to share my tips on how to have a virus-free pc:

  • Don’t install pirated music, photos, movies, games, and software that you downloaded from the Internet or bought from a store.
  • Don’t go to websites that offer free stuff like free Flash games, etc.
  • Don’t click any link that you don’t know like links from your email or search results.
  • Don’t go to porn websites.
  • Don’t click advertisements offering free stuff unless you are familiar with the company.
  • Don’t watch porn from Youtube videos since some videos uploaded, contains malware and viruses.
  • Always clear your browser’s cache, cookies and web history.
  • Do not use same passwords on different accounts.
  • Always update ALL your software like Windows, Adobe Flash, Java, Anti-virus software to the latest version.

Hopefully, by following these tips, you will have a better and enjoyable computing experience.

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Very Slow Hibernate, Boot, Shutdown Problem In Windows XP

Please be advised that I am only here to tell possible solutions and may not be held responsible for any damage caused by this. Thank you!

This is caused by many factors, but I will mention only one. This maybe caused by your transfer mode changing from DMA to PIO regarding your disk drive. To check this, go to your Device Manager from Control Panel and expand IDE ATA/ ATAPI controllers. Then, right-click on each controller and go to the Advanced Settings tab and look if it says PIO as transfer mode. To change this, right-click on the controller and uninstall, and reboot. It will automatically detect the correct or DMA transfer mode.

That’s it!

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Everyone is Selling Something on the Internet

Have you noticed, all the sites you visited are selling something? The internet has become a marketplace, putting all the advertisement in your head, then make you buy non-real things like software or any other virtual things that doesn’t count to something you could use to make money. Apple, Microsoft and all the others are raking in billions for something that we really don’t need. Computers has become an annoyance, there is no more fun in them but became bread and butter that they are willing to kill for. I’ve been selling on the internet for years, but no one is buying. Not because it’s crap, but my product can’t compete with other big companies with millions in funding. Not only that, those who are trying to work for those companies can’t get in and find a job.

Really discouraging.

Maybe because of what is happening on global economies: protests, wars, and unrest.

This is a sign of the times that life is getting difficult for all of us.

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Google Public Alerts: Weather, Public Safety, Floods And Earthquake Warnings

Please visit the link here:

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TweetDeck For All Your Tweeting Needs

If you have more than one Tweeter account, TweetDeck is a great application that puts all your tweets into one window, which optimizes your screen and save your browser. You can use it on your mac, windows 7, windows vista, and windows xp. You can also use it for your Facebook updates.

Click this link to go to TweetDeck website:


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Windows 8

I will not going to sell you anything, but give you an honest opinion.

Windows 7 is great, but not that great. It has problems running Windows XP applications, and won’t even run Windows 8 applications in the future. So, Windows 7 is just a farce.

It may work well with others, but in this dire situations, it’s better to wait. There will be another Windows after three years just after Windows XP is no longer supported.

The good part is, if you bought your new PC today, you can use it when future Windows comes.

Please understand and don’t blame it on me. Just like in Ubuntu, we are also human beings. 🙂

Thank you!

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