Intel® Core™ i5 processor, Windows 7 and 12.1-inch capacitive screen make the Eee Slate EP121 the most capable and versatile tablet computer available.
Share 3G Internet Connection just got easy! Share your 3G Internet from Step 1 to 9. Here’s an inexpensive way to set up your own internet sharing connection for those who can’t afford to buy a router. It somehow took quite a while to figure out how it works, to share an internet connection using […]
After sharing with you an insightful troubleshooting issue with SmartBro Plug-It on a Windows 7 Environment and somehow you get annoyed that your internet connection is quite – uhmm.. relatively slow….
I found a workaround on making usb flash drive bootable and make it able to install Windows 7 on a netbook without an internal or removal optical drive. Here’s how…
It’s hard to let go of your well loved programs especially when you’re fond of using Windows XP, and saying goodbye is a lot harder considering the huge tasks of backing up all your files, and the dwindling product, life cycle support ending and as well migrating to a new operating system.
There’s a fix for that! Whether caused by a virus, a new operating system or by simple mistake, being faced with an “Operating System not found” or similar error during your computer system’s boot up can be a nerve rattling experience. Assuming you have Microsoft’s Window 7 installed however, do not fear, such a boot […]
While Windows XP is coming out of age and it’s about to get a decade old soon, mainstream support for Windows XP (Service Pack 2) SP2 will be ending on July 13, 2o1o, Windows XP (Service Pack 3) SP3 on April 8, 2014 according to Wikipedia and Microsoft Support Lifecycle.
Even when Windows 7 launched into a warm reception (and brisk sales), Microsoft didn’t reveal exact sale numbers for its new OS – until today. Microsoft CFO Peter Klein announced at the Morgan Stanley Technology, Media & Telecom Conference that Windows 7 has sold 90 million licenses to-date.
Windows 7 is harder to hack than Apple’s Snow Leopard–mainly due to Flash being installed by default on SL. Security expert Charlie Miller has participated in the Pwn2Own contest over the last two years, and has won both times. Held in the CansecWest Conference in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, the contest challenges contestants to find […]
There are instances when you install and setup two (2) or more different usb modems from either these internet service providers ie: smartbro, sun cellular and globe tattoo networks and they seem to work fine, then suddenly when you unplug them and putting it back on (interchanging or exchanging them) you may sometimes experience technical […]