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21 Ott/09

Microsoft’s Free Windows 7 Ebook Details Deployment Nitty Gritty [Upgrades]

Microsoft’s Free Windows 7 Ebook Details Deployment Nitty Gritty [Upgrades]

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Earlier today we showed you the practical steps you should take to prep your PC for Windows 7, but if you want to get all kinds of detailed, Microsoft’s free, 332-page ebook might be worth a download. Called Deploying Windows 7: Essential Guidance from the Windows 7 Resource Kit and TechNet Magazine, the two-part book draws from the Windows 7 Resource Kit and TechNet Magazine covering topics from planning your...

18 Ott/09

Automatically Open PDFs and PowerPoint Presentations with Google’s Doc Viewer [Downloads]

Automatically Open PDFs and PowerPoint Presentations with Google’s Doc Viewer [Downloads]

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Most web browsers: Google’s Doc Viewer allows you to view any PDF, PPT, and TIFF directly in your browser without downloading the file and launching another heavy desktop application, and this user script streamlines that process. After installing the script (which works with Greasemonkey for Firefox and should in theory work with the dev build of Chrome, Opera, Safari with GreaseKit, and IE with IE7Pro), it will...

21 Apr/09

Know How to Spot an ATM Skimmer [Security]

Know How to Spot an ATM Skimmer [Security]

If you’ve seen warnings lately about ATM “skimmers”—data-reading devices added onto machines by thieves—you might be wondering how you could tell if one’s been rigged up to where you’re about to insert your card. The Consumerist blog hosts a PDF copy of a PowerPoint explainer from an Australian security firm (that still applies to U.S. machines). It might not cover what your specific bank’s teller machines should look like, but it does point...




13 Apr/09

Search PDF Finds and Opens PDF Books and Tutorials [Search]

Search PDF Finds and Opens PDF Books and Tutorials [Search]

Looking for a helpful read on writing a better resume, but can’t get around pulling up everyone else’s resumes instead? Search PDF is a custom Google search that filters up books and instructional PDFs. The ultra-spare background and simple results links will remind you of Google in its earliest incarnations, but Search PDF (or maybe it’s PDF Books Search Engine?) seems to have a bit more discretion going on under the hood. It manages to avoid the bulky piles of PDFs...