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  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    Mozy Online Data Backup Review - Backup Your Files to the Internet

    Everyone knows that they should backup their files, but few actually do. The author sometimes make backups (like before reformatting), but he never had the patience to devise a solid backup schedule and strategy. The problem with keeping backups is sticking to the routine; before one knows it, one will...

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  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    15.4" LCD Screen Resolutions - WUXGA (1920 X 1200) Is the Way to Go!

    Most people don't know about the awesome 1920 x 1200 resolution WUXGA 15.4" LCD panels that can be configured with some laptops. The additional resolution makes a HUGE difference in daily computing. Right off the bat, one is twice as productive when compared to someone using the lower resolutions. One...

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  • White Papers // Mar 2009

    Organizing Bookmarks With Firefox to Save Screen Space

    The author is sitting here typing on a 13.3" 1280 x 800 resolution LCD screen, and to him, 1280 x 800 isn't low resolution, but it's not quite enough to show him everything he wants to see. This is especially true while browsing the web and accessing the authors bookmarks...

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  • White Papers // Mar 2009

    WiMax Bandwidth Speed Tests Vs 3G

    While WiMax works good when one is idle in one spot, it works great while one is on the move. Think about the possibilities of high speed internet while on the move. Sure, one can use the cell phones for internet, but the author would hardly call it high speed....

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  • White Papers // Mar 2009

    Using Smartphone as Carputer Keyboard/Mouse Input With GRemote

    The author has been looking for a program like GRemote for a very long time. GRemote allows one to use the smartphone's touchscreen and hardware keyboard to control a PC. For carputer users, the author says this is one of the best options for keyboard and mouse input. No more...

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  • White Papers // Feb 2009

    Evernote OCR Lets You Snap and Search Picture Notes With Your Phone

    First off, Evernote is a note taking program built for PCs, Macs, mobile phones, and the web. Evernote keeps all the notes synced, so that if one makes a note on the PC, one can view it on one's phone, and vice versa. Every note one makes is uploaded to...

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  • White Papers // Feb 2009

    Adobe AIR - 13 Excellent Applications to Extend the Internet

    Adobe AIR is a new cross-platform run time environment which allows developers to create highly interactive web applications. Basically, Adobe AIR allows developers to extend the internet right to one's desktop, without the use of a web browser. Think of AIR applications as a front end (user interface) to the...

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  • White Papers // Feb 2009

    Finally! Snap Application Windows Together With allSnap

    allSnap is a nifty little program that lets the user snap application windows together, similar to the behavior of windows in Winamp and Photoshop. This makes it much easier to organize and view multiple windows without having to align every window yourself. Even better, the program is half a megabyte,...

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  • White Papers // Feb 2009

    Two Applications You Need, But Can Never Find

    Here are two programs that one would probably need at one time or another, but have had a hell of a time finding on Google. Google is great, except when it returns suspicious looking "Free" software sites for one's search. Not only that, but the results are usually for shareware,...

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  • White Papers // Dec 2008

    How to Lap Your CPU/Processor for a Cheap Cooling Performance Upgrade

    "Lapping" a CPU involves removing the IHS (integrated heat sink) from the processor. Due to manufacturing variations, the IHS on processors may be slightly concave or convex. This results in an uneven contact with the heat sink which degrades cooling by a moderate margin. If one is an enthusiast who...

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  • White Papers // Nov 2008

    Getting the Most Out of Firefox With Addons and Extensions

    By itself, Firefox is a great browser, but what really sets it apart from all the rest are the addons available for Firefox. Addons are basically widgets within Firefox. There are many, many extensions out there that do all sorts of cool things, but the author is going to focus...

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  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    15.4" LCD Screen Resolutions - WUXGA (1920 X 1200) Is the Way to Go!

    Most people don't know about the awesome 1920 x 1200 resolution WUXGA 15.4" LCD panels that can be configured with some laptops. The additional resolution makes a HUGE difference in daily computing. Right off the bat, one is twice as productive when compared to someone using the lower resolutions. One...

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  • White Papers // Dec 2008

    How to Lap Your CPU/Processor for a Cheap Cooling Performance Upgrade

    "Lapping" a CPU involves removing the IHS (integrated heat sink) from the processor. Due to manufacturing variations, the IHS on processors may be slightly concave or convex. This results in an uneven contact with the heat sink which degrades cooling by a moderate margin. If one is an enthusiast who...

    Provided By IsYouGeekedUp.com

  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    Mozy Online Data Backup Review - Backup Your Files to the Internet

    Everyone knows that they should backup their files, but few actually do. The author sometimes make backups (like before reformatting), but he never had the patience to devise a solid backup schedule and strategy. The problem with keeping backups is sticking to the routine; before one knows it, one will...

    Provided By IsYouGeekedUp.com

  • White Papers // Mar 2009

    Organizing Bookmarks With Firefox to Save Screen Space

    The author is sitting here typing on a 13.3" 1280 x 800 resolution LCD screen, and to him, 1280 x 800 isn't low resolution, but it's not quite enough to show him everything he wants to see. This is especially true while browsing the web and accessing the authors bookmarks...

    Provided By IsYouGeekedUp.com

  • White Papers // Mar 2009

    Using Smartphone as Carputer Keyboard/Mouse Input With GRemote

    The author has been looking for a program like GRemote for a very long time. GRemote allows one to use the smartphone's touchscreen and hardware keyboard to control a PC. For carputer users, the author says this is one of the best options for keyboard and mouse input. No more...

    Provided By IsYouGeekedUp.com

  • White Papers // Feb 2009

    Evernote OCR Lets You Snap and Search Picture Notes With Your Phone

    First off, Evernote is a note taking program built for PCs, Macs, mobile phones, and the web. Evernote keeps all the notes synced, so that if one makes a note on the PC, one can view it on one's phone, and vice versa. Every note one makes is uploaded to...

    Provided By IsYouGeekedUp.com

  • White Papers // Feb 2009

    Adobe AIR - 13 Excellent Applications to Extend the Internet

    Adobe AIR is a new cross-platform run time environment which allows developers to create highly interactive web applications. Basically, Adobe AIR allows developers to extend the internet right to one's desktop, without the use of a web browser. Think of AIR applications as a front end (user interface) to the...

    Provided By IsYouGeekedUp.com

  • White Papers // Feb 2009

    Finally! Snap Application Windows Together With allSnap

    allSnap is a nifty little program that lets the user snap application windows together, similar to the behavior of windows in Winamp and Photoshop. This makes it much easier to organize and view multiple windows without having to align every window yourself. Even better, the program is half a megabyte,...

    Provided By IsYouGeekedUp.com

  • White Papers // Feb 2009

    Two Applications You Need, But Can Never Find

    Here are two programs that one would probably need at one time or another, but have had a hell of a time finding on Google. Google is great, except when it returns suspicious looking "Free" software sites for one's search. Not only that, but the results are usually for shareware,...

    Provided By IsYouGeekedUp.com

  • White Papers // Nov 2008

    Getting the Most Out of Firefox With Addons and Extensions

    By itself, Firefox is a great browser, but what really sets it apart from all the rest are the addons available for Firefox. Addons are basically widgets within Firefox. There are many, many extensions out there that do all sorts of cool things, but the author is going to focus...

    Provided By IsYouGeekedUp.com

  • White Papers // Mar 2009

    WiMax Bandwidth Speed Tests Vs 3G

    While WiMax works good when one is idle in one spot, it works great while one is on the move. Think about the possibilities of high speed internet while on the move. Sure, one can use the cell phones for internet, but the author would hardly call it high speed....

    Provided By IsYouGeekedUp.com