Reliability Monitor of Windows

Reliability Monitor is an advanced tool that measures hardware and software problems and other changes to your computer. It provides a stability index that ranges from 1 (the least stable) to 10 (the most stable). You can use the index to help evaluate the reliability of your computer. Any change you make to your computer […]

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Wipe Free Disk Space

We all know that when we delete files or folders in Windows, they’re not actually erased—the space they took up is simply marked as “available for use,” which allows the files to be recoverable (with the right software) until they’re overwritten with new data.  There is a tool which started its journey along with Windows XP […]

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Two hidden windows 8 folders

Today windows 8 is celebrating its 6th month birthday and there are some hidden features, still unknown for some users. People are criticizing windows 8 but for me its the best windows version ever released. Windows Blue may be better then this but up to date Windows 8 is the best. Windows 8 has some hidden features, […]

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Change default plymouth theme in Fedora

What is ‘plymouth’ Plymouth is a bootsplash for Linux. It supports animations. It makes use of Direct Rendering Manager (DRM) and kernel-based mode-setting (KMS). It gets packed into the initrd. Besides eye-candy, Plymouth also handles user interaction during boot. It was first included in Fedora 10 “Cambridge” shipped on November 25, 2008 where it replaced […]

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Ballmer Peak is real

Is booze for programmers like spinach for Popeye? The Ballmer Peak, a reference to Steve Ballmer of Microsoft, holds that imbibing alcohol improves cognitive ability, up to a point–a variation of the Yerkes-Dodson law, which shows a correlation between arousal and performance. Anecdotal evidence suggests that optimal programming occurs about two beers in. But what sayeth science? […]

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HTML5 vs. Native Apps

HTML5 is a new technology that allows developers to build rich web-based apps that run on any device via a standard web browser.   Many think it will save the web, rendering native platform-dependent apps obsolete.   So, which will win? Native apps or HTML5?   A recent report from BI Intelligence explains why we […]

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Got hands dirty with Windows BLUE

Finally today, I had some extra time and Sri Lanka Telecom people also giving a 30GB extra usage on their ADSL connection so I downloaded the much awaited LEAKED WINDOWS BLUE 9364.0.FBL_PARTNER_OUT13.130315-2105_X86FRE_CLIENT_EN-US-IMP_CCSand installed it in a 1GB, 20GB, 1024-768 display, Intel chip set, 1 processor configured virtual machine. And in the desktop Microsoft people put this statement Unauthorized […]

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UV sensing a tolerant surface

This is an interesting topic, its just about detecting a tolerant with UV sensors. Imagine cup 2013 Sri lanka local winners claimed that they did thing as the first people but my cousin was a too talented person and told me this simple idea (the secret is  Imagine cup 2013 Sri lanka local winners . My cousin was […]

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Hacking Pacemaker

The hackPacemaker-hacking feels like a Hollywood plot. Assassinate someone by taking over the medical device that controls his heart? Surely that isn’t possible in the real world. How to perform Pacemakers could be infiltrated to deliver deadly shocks, according to a security expert. It wouldn’t be simple, but it offers the very James Bond-like possibility of […]

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