<img src="http://www.howtogeek.com/wp-content/sguploads/thumbnails/sshot-2010-07-21-1-05-41-24.png" />If you use the rsync utility to keep your backups synchronized from your database server over to your backup or secondary file server, you might want to prevent the script from using too much bandwidth. Here's how.
<img src="http://www.howtogeek.com/geekers/up/sshot-2010-07-07-1-04-58-30.png" />If you just can’t get used to the new Libraries feature in Windows 7, you can easily disable it with a registry hack—though we’d recommend learning about the benefits instead of disabling it.
<img src="http://www.howtogeek.com/geekers/up/sshot-2010-07-07-1-04-01-41.png" />If you’re working with some awful corporate system that should have been retired in the dark ages, you might have had to produce a file from Excel with some weird delimiters other than comma or tab-delimited to import into the system. Here’s the trick on how to do it.
<img src="http://www.howtogeek.com/geekers/up/sshot-2010-07-07-1-05-47-23.png" />The latest Firefox Beta is rather awesome, with tabs on top, and a new menu that looks like an awful lot like Opera. It’s all very slick, until you try and install your favorite extensions that haven’t updated yet. Here’s how to force them to work.
<img src="http://www.howtogeek.com/geekers/up/sshot-2010-07-02-1-04-57-45.png" />If you’ve spent more than five minutes using Ubuntu, you might have noticed that the System menu doesn’t have any icons, but the other ones do. Why? Who knows! Either way, here’s how to enable those missing icons.
<img src="http://www.howtogeek.com/geekers/up/sshot-2010-07-02-1-02-03-52.png" />If you’re a programmer that uses TortoiseSVN to manage your Subversion source control project, you might wonder how to easily disable the menu items without completely uninstalling. Here’s a quick way to do it.
<img src="http://www.howtogeek.com/geekers/up/sshot-2010-05-04-[15-27-25]-.png" />If you've just updated to the Dev or Beta release of Google Chrome, you might have noticed that a special version of Adobe Flash is now integrated into the default distribution of Chrome. But what about your old plug-in?
<img src="http://www.howtogeek.com/geekers/up/sshot-2010-04-28-[02-25-09]-.png" />Do you actually use the Windows 7 power management features? If so, have you ever wanted to just delete one of the built-in power plans? Here's how you can do so, and why you probably should leave it alone.