There are many advantages in using a Live CD because it runs an operating system by itself without touching any of the files on your hard drive. There are easily hundreds of Live CDs available and we'll show you where to look for the latest and most popular ones.
Using a program to check as many of these software titles as possible for you, and telling you if updates are available or not, could be a potential time saver. Here are 4 different tools that can help tell you if your current software is out of date.
Flash games are easy to play, some of them are difficult to complete which leads to frustration because there is so little help on the internet available. One of the only ways to cheat in Flash based games is to hack the memory much like an ordinary game trainer does.
Most of us like to watch video clips on sites like DailyMotion or Vimeo from time to time. The problem is you can't always download the video if you want to view it offline. Here's a selection of 6 free tools to help you download video clips onto your PC.
Setting a password for your user account in Windows is advisable but sometimes it is unnecessary if you're the only user on the computer. Here is how to configure Windows to automatically login with your password.
Most email services including popular ones like Gmail and Hotmail have limit on the size of attachments, so sending a video file larger than that wouldn’t be possible. One simple solution around this restriction is to split the file into multiple chunks and here are 7 ways to do it.