[Expired] 10 Licenses for Predator ($29 Value)

Posted by Thomas On March - 23 - 2010

Earlier this week we posted a review for the Security Program Predator (Read here). Richard Goutorbe, the developer of Predator was so pleased with the review, that he has gladly offered 10 licenses of the Professional Edition to be distributed amongst our Faithful Readers.

So here is your chance to win a copy of Predator Pro.

Competition is now Closed

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Best Places to Find High-quality Desktop Wallpaper

Posted by Rich On March - 22 - 2010

Windows Guides always strives to keep your PC in top shape and looking great. One of the easiest ways to customize your computer to keep it looking great is by picking a good wallpaper. In this guide, I’ll show you the best places, in my opinion, to find high-quality desktop wallpaper.

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The Persian translation of Windows 7 – The Pocket Guide is now available. Thank you to Armin who translated the whole book by himself!

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Protect your Computer with a USB Flash Drive

Posted by Thomas On March - 20 - 2010

It’s in all the movies and TV-series where a Government Employee log on a Secure Computer. He or She insert or remove a KeyCard to log on and off. Without the KeyCard the computer is rendered useless. If you like the idea, well …

Predator, let you do exactly that !

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PROGRAM: PREDATORPROS: PREDATOR locks your PC when you are away, even if your Windows session is still opened. It is very easy to use and the security seems to be very good.

CONS: Dark interface, makes it hard to read. Tho several users can have their own key it cannot be used to Log In to different User Accounts, which would have been a great asset.

VERDICT: If you are looking for a simple way to protect your Computer while you step away from it. This what you need.

PRICE: Freeware and Paid Version ($29)


Download Link in the Article

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Use Shift-Button to Turn off Caps-Lock, XP

Posted by Thomas On March - 19 - 2010

Are you still struggling with hitting CAPS-LOCK, when you were really trying to use the Shift-Button ? mAKING the text look all WEird ?

No, no, don’t bring out your hammer or get violent with your keyboard… That will only make things worse.

Back in the even older days when Typewriters ruled the office, you released the Caps-Lock button by pressing down the Shift-Button, thus it was never activated longer than needed.

This registry tweak will allow you to do just that. If you press Caps-Lock by mistake, then the Shift-button will shut it off for you. This should reduce the chances of you typing whole sentences or paragraphs SHOUTING at the reader.

This tip is for Windows XP users, but you might get it to work in newer versions of Windows as well

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Those familiar with Windows guides know that we like icons around here and we enjoy customizing a computer. in this guide, I will show you where to find Windows 7’s high-resolution device icons and how to use them on your folders and shortcuts.

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