Computers, Laptops, and Media Servers

Access Files, Share Photos, and Stream Music Easily with Pogoplug

Pogoplug is the easiest, most affordable way to share and access your files while on-the-go.

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See Ya Firefox, I'm Switching Back to Internet Explorer

 

Yep. You read that right. I know, everywhere else you're reading that Firefox is soooo much better, and that people are switching to it in droves. For me that was three years ago, but now I'm going back.

I'll admit that I don't rag on Microsoft anywhere near as much as other people do. I just don't hate them merely because they're big and control the majority marketshare of desktop and notebooks PCs worldwide, nor do I despise them because Mac people say I should.

Review of Maxtor OneTouch 4 Plus External Hard Drive

Like many people, I've really gotten addicted to having a big music collection.  Recently, though, I've gotten into other things, like video podcasts and recording LiveTV on my Mac.  My pitiful 120GB external drive, unfortunately, just wasn't packing the kinda space I needed.  So, I began the journey of finding the right drive for my system.

5 Ways to Protect Yourself and Your Computer

Have you or known someone who was "hacked"? Getting hacked is when someone illegally breaks into your computer. Until recently, only large organizations were "hacked." With more people connecting to the Internet, ordinary people are now venerable.  Here are some tips to secure you and your computer online.

Here comes the Solid State Hard Drive

SAMSUNG has started mass production of their first 1.8-inch, 64GB Solid State Drive.

I have been telling people for years that someday the hard drive, as we know it, will be replaced by a solid state device and will no longer be mechanical. It appears that this time is coming soon.

They have been creating smaller sized SSD's (Solid State Drives) for a little while now, but they were just not large enough for the average computer user.

With the production of a 64GB drive, that they will initially target for Notebook PCs, they finally have one large enough.
Unless you are power user like me, 64GB is large enough for most casual Laptop or business users.

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