Tag Archive: drivers

Dec 10 2013

This is WHY you should avoid DOWNLOAD.COM [c|net]

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I’m posting this article for the sole purpose to advise people NOT to download stuff from Download.com. I was in search of some Windows Bluetooth drivers today because while Android and iPhone seem to have NO PROBLEMS detecting Bluetooth devices [mics/headsets], Microsoft Windows won’t even try to detect devices correctly. BUT this brought me to …

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Jul 19 2013

How To Remove Ads From Skype [part 2]

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I had a post back in February about removing ads from Skype and it worked pretty well, but my machine died recently and I had to go back to a vanilla install of Skype on my PC; this got me searching for other options. What really sparked this search was that I had recently reloaded …

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Mar 13 2011

Android v3.0.1: Motorola Xoom Getting a Screenshot

The latest update to the Motorola Xoom doesn’t seem to be fixing the age old problem of getting a simple screenshot from the Android operating system. The latest version of the operating system is v3.0.1. This was something noted in a recent post about how Google/Android quasi-endorses breaking the Android operating system to install a …

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Feb 11 2011

Top Problems with Windows Live Movie Maker 2011

As the forums team with questions and issues with Windows Live Movie Maker 2011, the forums are but a charade to make the users of Windows Live Movie Maker think that someone is going to help them resolve their issues. The thing that Windows Live Movie Maker needs the most is a LOG; it needs an …

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Aug 11 2010

LEHSYS Download Watch – 08/11/2010

These are some items that I notice, like to keep an eye on and also to notate any new programs/software that could be useful. I offer this as some links you should be curious about and if they can help you. There’s utilities for mounting folders and directories, and handling multi-page tiff files. There’s browser …

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Nov 19 2009

The Lack of 64-bit Disclosure by Hardware Manufacturers

I’ve my PC and like a lot of other users out there, it’s a 64-bit machine and in a lot of cases, as it pertains to software, it‘s fine, but this is seriously handicapped when you’re talking about hardware. It’s a whole new ball game when your talking new hardware; it’s about the hardware drivers. …

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Sep 12 2009

Social browsing report for September 12th

Here’s some stuff I’ve been looking at… Two screw drivers r arguing- screwm! NO-you screwm-screw it! For the last time-I SAID SCREWM! and the bolt says- we gonna DO this or what? [lehenryjr] Shared Download Windows 7 Product Key Checker to Verify Windows 7 Product Key. A fair amount of daily reality has to do …

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Mar 27 2009

Public Poll: Vista has the Lowest Rating

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It’s no wonder why Microsoft is preparing so fast to get Windows 7 released; it’s got the lowest Operating System rating of any other competitor. Microsoft made the mistake to push Vista out the door too soon has given them such a black eye and while Microsoft reports sales of Vista are up, many customers …

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Mar 09 2009

The 64-bit Count Down for Windows

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For the past couple of years hardware manufacturers have been producing 64-bit systems. Microsoft produced a 64-bit version of Windows XP about seven years ago and for those poor bastards who actually loaded windows XP they realized that they were in a precarious situation because they were running an operating system that was not supported …

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Oct 24 2008

USB External Video Cards and Monitors

USB External Video Cards and Monitors I was recently looking at the prospect of buying a another video card for another computer. It wasn’t going to be doing anything particularly exciting, but I didn’t want to waste money on a matching video card for the system. I’ve been watching and reading articles on USB External …

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