Wednesday, November 24, 2010

How to Crash IE

Friday is here once again and it is time to scare up some fun while waiting to go home. This week you get to be a ghost who needs to scare all of the people out of his house.

How To Browse Your Linux Partition from Windows

Ever need to grab a file or two from your ext4 partition? Maybe you’ve wanted to backup a few important files while you were in Windows. Here’s how to browse your Linux partition from Windows using a tool called Ext2explore.

CCleaner 3.0 Adds HTML5 Cookie Cleaning, Drive Wiping and 64-bit Support

The latest version of system cleaning application CCleaner is out, with a lot of new changes under the hood like 64-bit support, cleaning HTML5 local storage, a drive wiper tool, and better support for Internet Explorer 9 and Google Chrome.

How to Crash Any Version of Internet Explorer with Simple HTML

We’ve already shown you why so many geeks hate Internet Explorer, and since it’s almost Halloween we figured we’d show you something really scary—how to crash any version of Internet Explorer with nothing more than HTML and CSS.

[Reviews] CopyTrans Suite

How to View Images in PPTX, DOCX, or XLSX Files without Office Installed

There’s nothing more frustrating than finally getting the screenshot or image you asked for, but the sender dropped them into a Word or Powerpoint document, and you don’t have Office 2007 or 2010 installed. Here’s how to view the screenshots anyway.

Improve Battery Life in Windows 7 with the Built-In Power Troubleshooter

Anybody who has a Windows 7 laptop is going to be concerned with how to make the battery last longer, but did you realize there’s a built-in troubleshooting wizard in Windows 7 that helps you maximize your battery life?

Watch Almost Any Video File Type with VLC for iPod and iPhone

VLC is a geek’s favorite media player, and now it’s available for the iPod Touch and iPhone. Here we take a look at how to use it and what you can expect with the new app.


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