By now most people are more than familiar with the concept of Cloud Computing, but what about the new concept referred to as Fog Computing? Today’s Q&A post takes a look at this new concept and how it differs from Cloud Computing.
Bootstrapping is an ‘unusual’ sounding term in its own way when you think of its relation to computers, but what is it? Odds are you know it via a shortened variation of the term (Boot), but how does it actually work when you hit the power button? Computerphile explains the deeper level ‘intricacies’ of the process in today’s video.
If you like keeping up with how well the extensive field of software security products are doing, then AVTest.org’s test results are always a good source to consult, especially if you are shopping around for a new anti-virus product to use. With this in mind, you can see how well all the security products have done during the latest round of tests conducted by AVTest.org.
While most of us will most likely never have to worry about someone hacking our Wi-Fi network, just how hard would it be for an enthusiast to hack a person’s Wi-Fi network? Today’s SuperUser Q&A post has answers to one reader’s questions about Wi-Fi network security.
Malwarebytes Anti-Malware is a dependable work-horse when it comes to eradicating malware, and definitely a recommended app for anyone’s security setup. This week Malwarebytes has released a new stable version that features a host of improvements, new features, and a redesigned interface.
Risk is a part of our everyday lives whether we stop to think about it or not. There is always the possibility that something may happen to us while going to work, flying to a new destination, or perhaps even from bad habits we may possess. So how does a person deal with risk? YouTube channel Vsauce discusses risk, risk assessment, and more in today’s video.
A classic staple in rural areas is the barn, found in a variety of styles and conditions, and used for many purposes. Take a road trip through the countryside and enjoy viewing these wooden wonders on your desktop with the first in our series of Rustic Barns Wallpaper collections.
The work week is almost over, but getting through this afternoon may make it feel like the longest afternoon of all! So until you can go home, why not indulge in a bit of stress-relieving, sanity-saving fun with ‘Gears and Chains – Spin It 2′?
Suppose you have a small horde of programs you want to uninstall on your Windows system, but Windows will only let you uninstall them one at a time. Why is that? What is stopping you from uninstalling multiple programs simultaneously?
There is no doubt that drinking enough water every day is important, but what happens if you do not get enough, or are unable to drink any water at all? How soon would you begin noticing the effects of dehydration, and what would those effects be? Learn the answers to these questions in today’s video from AsapSCIENCE.
Denial of Service Attacks are nothing new, but lately a new ‘breed’ of DDoS has emerged…one that has the potential to disrupt the whole internet. Tom Scott from Computerphile explains what Amplified Denial of Service Attacks are in today’s video.
Is shutdown.exe necessary when shutting Windows down, or is it just part of what is used to shut Windows down? Are other files and/or processes used instead? Today’s SuperUser Q&A post has the answer to a curious reader’s question.
OneNote is a wonderful app for taking notes, maintaining lists, and more, but had to be purchased before adding it to your favorite computer, and was not available for Mac. But no longer! As of yesterday, Microsoft has made OneNote free for all Windows 7 and 8.x systems plus offered up a new version just for Mac OSX systems!
The recent HUVrTech hoax left quite a few people disappointed since some ‘big names’ lent themselves to the ‘prank’. But is hover technology just a dream, or is there yet hope for the future? YouTube channel SciShow looks at the current hover technology options that are available and how they work.
Going out for a walk on a rainy day can be a very pleasant and relaxing experience, leaving you refreshed and ready to take life on once again. Soak up the relaxing beauty of rainfall on your iPad’s screen with the first in our series of Let it Rain Wallpaper collections.
The Australis UI is working its way closer to the stable builds channel of Firefox, but one of the useful features from the regular UI is now missing…the Add-on Bar at the bottom of the browser. If you are one of the individuals who found this the perfect place to tuck toolbar icons out of the way, then you will definitely want to install ‘The Addon Bar (restored)’ extension for Firefox!
Are you one of the individuals who has been patiently waiting for a Modern UI version of VLC Media Player? Then your wait is finally over! A beta version has become available this week and is ready to install on your favorite Windows 8.x system.
Would you love to learn a game that you can impress your family and friends with while looking like a wicked strategist? Then Brussels Sprouts will make the perfect addition to your geeky games repertoire! Dr. Teena Gerhardt shows you how to play the game and the mathematics involved in today’s video from Numberphile.
Most of the time, sharing a computer with others works out fine, but what do you do if you suspect someone is logging into your account behind your back? How do you find out or check to see if someone has successfully compromised your account?
Do you have an interest in learning more about Linux for personal enjoyment and/or with an eye towards the job market? Then you will definitely be excited to learn that the Linux Foundation is now offering a free ‘Introduction to Linux’ MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) program for anyone who is interested in increasing their Linux knowledge.
Would you like to make a custom pair of mini speakers for your favorite device? Then sit back and enjoy today’s DIY video as it shows you what you need and how to put it all together for some awesome mini speaker goodness!
The somewhat spontaneous appearance of rainbows make for a wonderful surprise on the occasions when we get to see them. Add some all-natural color to your desktop with the second in our series of Rainbows Wallpaper collections.
Scientists recently captured an image of ESO-137001 that showed a ‘strange’ feature on one side of the galaxy, a feature that looks very much like tendrils trailing behind it similar to a jellyfish. But what is causing it? YouTube channel SpaceRip discusses what scientists have discovered in today’s awesome video.
So, you have a shiny new hard-drive and want to install multiple operating systems on it, but just how many partitions can you create for those systems? Today’s SuperUser Q&A post has the answers to one reader’s partitioning dilemma.