It is helpful for website logins to autofill usernames and passwords on HTML inputs, but can be a pain in the butt when you work with password change/reset forms or forms with credit card number fields. In these instances, you don’t want numbers to automatically fill in (or be remembered by a browser). Learn how to stop it.
I found this solution out a little late, but better late than never. A while back, my mouse and keyboard suddenly stopped working after a reboot. Unbeknownst to me at the time, it was due to a bad Windows Update which had messed up the USB drivers. Download the easy fix.
As a PC gamer, dusting off old games can be as entertaining as buying new ones. Unfortunately, you always run the risk of the old stuff not working on new hardware. While Call of Cthulhu: DCoTE is not MS-DOS ancient, it still has some issues with Windows 7. In this quick article, I will cover a couple issues I had off the bat trying to replay this gem that I never finished years ago. Beware Cthulhu
Ever need to keep your sneaky coworkers from modifying or editing your Office documents? Both Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel have a quick way of protecting your docs and spreadsheets from deliberate and/or accidental changes. Lock your doc
STD, HRC, and IRC are cable television formats. Since most people don’t read the manual (always RTFM!), they would never know what this means and will end up reading this very sentence for help in scanning (auto programming) channels for their HDTV. Choose wisely.