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Tech Blogs Tips and Tricks

Stress Test Your PC (Free)

Prime95 Over the years, Prime95 has become extremely popular among PC enthusiasts and overclockers as a stability testing utility. It includes a “Torture Test” mode designed specifically for testing PC subsystems for errors in order to help ensure the correct operation of Prime95 on that system. This is important because each iteration of the Lucas-Lehmer depends on the previous one; ... Read More »

Removing formatting in Microsoft Word

To remove formatting in Microsoft Word use shortcut CTRL + Spacebar This will convert your formatted text into plain text. Source: http://www.labnol.org/software/tutorials/cut-copy-paste-text-remove-formatting-styles/3607/ Read More »

Test your Hard Drive

Think your hard drive might be going bad on you? TestDisk is powerful free data recovery software! It was primarily designed to help recover lost partitions and/or make non-booting disks bootable again when these symptoms are caused by faulty software,… Read More »

Auto resize iframe window

Here's how to auto resize an iframe window with Javascript; just change the iframe name to match (ie. iframename)! //Input the IDs of the IFRAMES you wish to dynamically resize to match its content height: //Separate each ID with a comma. Examples:… Read More »

Cleanup old MSConfig startup entries

Cleanup old startup entries in MSConfig with InControl Get it here: http://www.get-in-control.com/msconfig-cleanup/ Read More »

Bypass an airport wireless LAN

Supposedly you can bypass the airport wireless lan by adding a ? to the extension (ex. ?.jpg Go here for more info: http://debuggable.com/posts/hacking-a-commercial-airport-wlan:480f4dd5-50a0-40c6-aa60-4afccbdd56cb Read More »

Host Multiple Websites in Windows XP IIS

XP does not currently support running Multiple websites on a single license, but there is a tool you can use to work around it. Use IIasAdmin.NET. Check out the following links: Setup file: http://www.codeproject.com/csharp/IIsAdminNet/IIsAdminNet_… Read More »

Google saves your searches by default

Did you know that when logged into your gmail or Google account, your searches are being saved by default?  For many concerned about privacy, this would probably be a cause for concern.  Say you forgot to log out of your Google account?  The next person to use Google search can see all your search history and more.  Would you mind? ... Read More »

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