If you're on Vista then for the love of all things holy, do NOT install an update that Microsoft thinks you need titled "Atheros Communications Inc. - Network - Atheros AR5007EG Wireless Network Adapter". Reason being... it seems to fluff up pretty much every computers wireless hardware. If you do want an update or to see an update of your wireless drivers, then goto your wireless manufacturers website.
Atheros Communications Inc. - Network - Atheros AR5007EG Wireless Network Adapter
Download size: 311 KB
You may need to restart your computer for this update to take effect.
Update type: Optional
Atheros Communications Inc. Network software... [read more]
This is a feature that a lot of people who liked to record Skype calls, record streaming audio and other various audio recording tasks used when on Windows XP, however upon using Windows Vista you cannot find the "Stereo" / "Line in" option in your Recording Devices.
Many people believed that Microsoft had got rid of it, however it's still there... it's just hidden. Here is how to get it working again.
1) Right click on your volume option down in the system tray and selected "Recording Devices".
You should now see something like this (usually... [read more]
Microsoft Windows 7 has already been released as a Beta version recently and the Release Candidate version is rumoured to be due around May time. Now it doesn't seem all that long ago that I remember my Father showing me Microsoft Windows XP and I was well excited! The way the screen faded to grey when you clicked the Shut Down option. It was all amazing. Now we've had Windows XP, Windows Vista and coming soon Windows 7 - also with Microsoft Windows 8 in the pipeline - I thought I'd have a little trip down memory lane and have... [read more]
Yes, you read the title correct, Windows 8 is defenately coming. How do I know? Well obviously browsing several sources online and also with proof of it, even though they're not commenting at the moment, is Microsoft themselves. They done exactly what Sony did a while back ... posted for a job on their site with information on what it's about. The Microsoft Job post on the Microsoft website read:
The core engine is also being reworked to provide dramatic performance
improvements. We will also soon be starting major improvements for
Windows 8... [read more]
If you are lucky enough to own Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate edition then you'll like one of the funky features in it... the ability to have a moving background. This though is nothing new as there is a way anyone on a Windows computer can have a moving background. This small tutorial shows you how.
Find a video you want to be looped on your desktop background and move it to your C: ("C Drive").
Now open NOTEPAD (Start -> All Programs -> Accessories -> Notepad) and copy this information into it.
<html> <head> <title></title> <style type="text/css"> html,body... [read more]
Thank you so much!...
bee (20th July 03:29)
This works great- thank you!!...
Roberta (19th July 16:48)
I get this error whenever I try and use the program.
"An exception occurred during a WebClient request" ...
dsd (19th July 02:06)
There is a major bug in this. It simply stalls and won't let me move to the 'select where to save them' part after discovering all the images. 1/10 of accounts I enter in work, rather randomly ...
max (12th July 16:27)
works again! woot! and faster without all the pesky small windows! thx!
now could max images and destination directory be stored as some settings? just enter the username and hit run?...
woot (10th July 17:52)