Our first edition of WIG for December is filled with news link coverage on topics such as the Windows XP countdown clock has dropped to less than 500 days, software pirates have released a tool to crack Windows 8 apps, an online service is offering bank robbers for hire, and more.
The frostiest time of year is here once again and we have the perfect collection of snowy backgrounds for your favorite computer. Turn your desktop into a winter wonderland with our Winter 2012 Wallpaper collection.
Last month we covered topics such as why 64-bit Windows needs a separate “Program Files (x86)” folder, how to uninstall your Windows product key before selling your PC, how to deal with locked files in Windows, and more. Join us as we look back at the best articles for November.
Sounds that are not for the faint of heart if all of your precious data is on that hard-drive without a backup! Let the tears commence…
In this week’s game a ‘cool’ adventure awaits as you and your merry band of pirates sail the Arctic seas in search of treasure. Work as quickly as you can using your trusty cutlass, explosives, and other items you find along the way to free up the treasure and sail away with riches untold.
Video Game – Mirror’s Edge [Wallpaper Abyss]
Going to be a great day with everything working so ‘smoothly’, right?
LEGOs are terrific fun to work with whether you are in a playful mood or working on a personal geeky project. With that in mind the Mini-eco blog has an quick and easy tutorial for making an awesome LEGO key holder for your home or office.
Coming up with a good user name for new e-mail accounts can be a nightmare too…
We have all been there…waiting for the inevitable ‘repeat request’ for help, but ‘sometimes’ you can save the day ahead of time with a little bit of preparation! Then there are the times when it ...
Who is the true master, you or your phone?
Our last edition of WIG for November is filled with news link coverage on topics such as how Microsoft gave Windows 8 Pro to pirates by mistake, Nintendo warns against interrupting the Wii U update, a new trojan is using Google Docs to communicate with its control server, and more.