Sonja Thompson has worked for TechRepublic since October of 1999. She is currently a Senior Editor and the host of the Smartphones and Tablets blogs.
Yes, please tell us how and where to get background picture. Your other program are right on. I use Filezilla when I have to and several of the others as well. Thanks A1pilot
The picture from the Sydney Harbor Bridge looking onto the Opera House. I like that one so much that I've removed a copy from a Windows 7 system and loaded it onto a computer or two. Even scarier when I go to peeve of some people by saying something like [i]"Well as you are from Melbourne I'm going to place a Image from Sydney on your Desktop."[/i] They see it and like it. Worse they want to keep it. :0 What I should say is that Both Sydney & Melbourne have a ongoing competition with each other as to which city is the best. :D Col
This type of article would be much more useful if it gave an actual textual list of the items. Opening up the screen shots is a waste of time. Please keep them coming, though
Easy! http://blogs.techrepublic.com.com/tr-out-loud/?p=2401&tag=content;leftCol I don't know why the gallery and article are not cross-referenced, though. I constantly see article-gallery pairs merrily wander off on their own separate trajectories.
he has shown his stripes... the first 5 slides talk about limewire, downloading, and Norton. no need for any more.
To me it's as useful as [b]T1t$ on a Bull.[/b] One of the most useless things I've even had the misfortune to use let alone have to install. I only whet with it as it's the bigger Brother of 360 Pro which is what that customer had been using for ages and as he owns the place his computer is more of a Play Toy than a Work Station. :p Col
While the information is of interest, I'm more interested in where the background image originated so I can get it also.