Tag Archive: Crash

Oct 18 2012

The Advantages of Buying a Refurbished Laptop

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Withthe Christmas period approaching at such a rapid rate there are many people who are considering purchasing laptops for their loved ones. However, most of these very people will be wincing at the price of buying even the most basic laptop on the high street. It’s for this very reason that the refurbished laptop market …

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Jul 13 2012

Adobe Flash crashes Dragon NaturallySpeaking

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I recently ran into a situation with Internet Explorer and Firefox, on how it uses Adobe Flash. Apparently, Adobe Flash has created a conflict between it and Dragon NaturallySpeaking 11. Leave it to Adobe to create such a conflict from something so stupid as flash and interrupting the ability to do voice-recognition. I found the …

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Sep 15 2010

Found Bug: Dragon NaturallySpeaking v10 Pasting New Words [HTML]

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I believe I found a new bug in Dragon NaturallySpeaking; it’s not new- I’ve really known about it since version 8, but I never thought about it until today… When it happened again. In Dragon NaturallySpeaking, you can crash it by simply entering a new word in the system by copy/cut and paste words from …

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Sep 10 2010

Motorola Droid [Froyo 2.2]: Performance Woes

I’m one of the many users that received the update from Verizon a few weeks back. It updated my little Motorola Droid to Android 2.2 [Froyo]. And while I’m happy to get the update, I’m starting to feel more like I’m working with an old laptop and a new operating system; and basically I am. …

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Mar 01 2010

Finding An Alternative To Paperport 12

I couple of weeks ago, I did a review on the latest version of Paperport v12 Professional. I was reviewing the product as anyone would if they were looking to apply it in the corporate environment or at home; what did it do? How did it do it and was it easy enough to use. …

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May 10 2009

Firefox on track to get it’s own ‘Sandbox’

Mozilla has set out to incorporate a feature in Firefox which will allow it to run divided among numerous processes. The plan is to have the browser’s user interface pegged to a parent process, with the subsequent child processes spawned on-demand per tab. Implementing this structure is expected to boost the browser’s overall stability, as …

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