Archive for January 2nd, 2008|Daily archive page

The New iPhone Nano

I personally don’t think it is a smart move to have the new product of the iPhone Nano. It has half the space, no internet, and obviously a smaller screen size since it is a Nano. It’s a bad move on Apple’s side with this product, since the no internet feature will kill it. How do you guys feel about this?
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Free Games Each Day

 (Windows) Game Giveaway of the Day project offers FREE fully licensed games each day just like the software offers.  They too have no Adware/Spyware, and have a 24 hour limit on downloading and activating the game. They offer great puzzle and mystery games that make you lose time for hours.  The games are well made with great graphics and don’t take a lot of space on your computer. Have fun playing!

Game Giveaway of the Day

Free Software Each Day

 

(Windows) Giveaway of the day project offers FREE fully licensed software each day that otherwise you should have paid for. “Basically, every day we nominate one software title that will be a Giveaway title of that day. The software will be available for download for 24 hours (or more, if agreed by software publisher) and that software will be absolutely free. That means – not a trial, not a limited version – but a registered and legal version of the software will be free for our visitors.” They give a lot of good software that would be $29, $49, or $99 to buy for a full version. You save a lot of money, while the Giveaway of the day developers offer a lot of great software each day. (Guaranteed no Adware/Spyware)

Giveaway of the Day

How-To: Get Rid of My Recent Documents in Start Menu

My Recent Documents is a real privacy issue because it lets people that have access to your machine see what you had recently viewed on your computer. By removing the My Recent Documents from the start menu, no one will have to know what documents, pictures, or videos (porn) you had viewed.

Removing My Recent Documents:

  1. Right Click on Start
  2. Click on Properties
  3. The radio button for Start Menu should be selected
  4. Click on Customized
  5. Click the Advanced Tab at the top
  6. On the bottom you will see Recent Documents
  7. Uncheck the box for “List my most recent opened documents”
  8. Apply and Close it off.

 

Cleaning My Recent Documents:

Follow the same steps as removing it, but then just click on the Clear List button to clean the traces of the files last viewed.