Mozilla Firefox has a variety of hidden Easter eggs, configuration settings and diagnostic information hidden away in its internal about: pages. You can access each page by typing about: into the address bar, followed by the name of the page.
Once you have Hyper-V installed the first thing you are going to want to do is start creating virtual machines. The process is mostly a next, next, finish matter, but just incase you are unsure, here’s a quick start-to-finish guide.
Most of us spend a lot of time at our workstations both at the office and at home. How have you tweaked your workspace to keep things comfortable and ergonomic?
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In the past you needed an extension to get ‘speed dial based’ new tab pages in Firefox, but the latest Nightly Builds have the function built in. Today we will show you how to quickly activate it using two about:config hacks.
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Time lapse footage, beautiful scenery, massive radio dishes scanning deep space, what more can one ask for in a video?
If you’ve been thinking about upgrading to an Solid State Disk (SSD) to speed up your machine but put off by the prices, today’s deal of the day will score you an SSD with a full upgrade package for a little over a buck a GB.
The Angry Birds go into battle looking their finest, but what about after the fighting is done? deviantART user Scooterek answers that question with this fun gallery of battle-weary birds in need of recuperation.
This clever DIY wire stripper turns the razor blades into a circuit–the moment you slice through the protective sheath of the wire you’re cutting you get a visual indicator that the wire is ready to be rotated.
Did you know that you can find out which operating system a networked device is running just by looking at the way it communicates on the network? Let’s take a look at how we can discover what operating system our devices are running.
Windows Server 2008 R2 and later releases of the product ship with a virtualization platform called Hyper-V, which works quite well since it’s built into Windows. Today we’re going to show you how to install it.
This past month we covered topics such as how to extend your wireless network using Tomato-powered routers, shared the best password tips to keep your accounts secure, how to fix Shockwave Flash crashes in Google Chrome, and more. Join us as we look back at the best articles for January.
Last week we showed you how to extend your network without wires, this week we’re looking at how you can use use an existing hardwire network to easily and quickly extend your wireless network using simple access points.
Before the International Space Station was built there quite a few design concepts put forward…some were elegant and others were strange in appearance. The folks over at Wired have put together a fun post showing a nice...