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Windows 7 Hotkeys

Apart from so many new features in Windows 7, Microsoft has also added new hotkeys to give individuals better control over their operating system. We have covered 30 hotkeys for Windows 7 which we believe everyone should know about. Master them all to increase your daily productivity.

Windows + Up Arrow
It is used to maximize the current window which is in focus, whether it is a windows explorer, a web browser, or any other application.

Windows + Left Arrow
Adjusts the current window to the left side and hence the window will cover almost half of the desktop …


D-Box, or DBOX, or Debox…or whatever you want to call it.

Forget 3D, it is so last week. We are talking 4D or 5D…or I am not sure how many D’s…it is just much cooler than plain old 3D. You see with 3D it looks like the images come out of the screen; good effect don’t get me wrong.
But how about your couch or your chair actually moves you along with what is going on in the movie. This is no butt kicker or big sub woofer here, oh no. This is actual computer controlled multi-directional motion that makes you feel like …


Some Passwords Should NEVER Be Used

According to an article published in Sophos, 33% of people use the same password on every single website. That means that if your password gets stolen in one place it can be used to unlock access to other sites too.

Are you one of the many people using a dangerously easy-to-guess password?

 
Twitter, LinkedIn, World of WarCraft and Yahoo are amongst the popular websites which are advising users to change their passwords in light of the recent security breach at the Gawker Media family of sites. Hackers know about the most commonly chosen passwords and are quick …


It couldn’t be any easier to gain access to your Facebook account…

A developer has released an app for Android phones and tablets that puts website credential stealing over smartphones into the hands of just about anyone.
I don’t want to give you the name of the app, but I am sure with a little help from a Google search you will find it. It can be used to steal unencrypted cookies on most Wi-Fi networks, giving users a simple interface for stealing sensitive authentication information sent over Facebook, Amazon, YouTube, Twitter and other popular websites (additions are being added weekly) when users don’t bother to use encrypted …


Broadband Routers 101

A router is a device that forwards data packets along networks. It is typically connected to at least two networks, commonly two Local Area Networks (LANs) or Wide Area Networks (WANs) or a LAN and it’s Internet Service Provider’s (ISP) network. Routers are located at gateways, the places where two or more networks connect, and are the critical device that keeps your data flowing between networks and keeps your networks connected to the Internet.
When data is sent between devices on one network or from one network to a second network the data is always seen …


Summer is here…time to ignore your Audio / Video  system?

It is funny living here in Florida; summer comes and we all spend a lot of time indoors because of the heat and humidity…and yet in the summer we have fewer people than usual coming in to buy new Audio and Video gear.
Can anyone explain this one to me?
I would be willing to bet that every person reading this watches more movies and listens to more music in the summer than any other time of the year here in Florida. You have to watch more movies; summer is re-run season on TV. I …


Is This Pop-Up Window Offering Me A Rogue Anti-Malware Software?

Is This Pop-Up Window Offering Me A Rogue Anti-Malware Software?

Rogue anti-MalWare products are among the fastest growing types of MalWare and they all seem to have legitimate-sounding names like “CoreGuard Antivirus”, “MalWare Catcher” and “Fast Antivirus” – most of the time they even look like the real thing:
A victim of this MalWare may purchase the software after seeing alarming windows pop up on their PC screen with a message like: “YOUR COMPUTER IS INFECTED!” The pop-up windows guide him through the steps necessary to purchase the anti-MalWare product (which could cost anywhere between $20-70), then …


TV Furniture Summer Blowout Sale!

It is summer, and we have a little too much Audio / Video furniture in stock and on display so we are having a REALLY BIG sale to get inventory down a bit.
Everything in stock and on display from BDI is marked down, some of it a whole lot.
Want an example?  How about a BDI 8158 Cherry demo that was originally $1655.00…we have one available for $399.95! Here is another one if you do not want to buy a demo…a new BDI 8537b that originally listed for $2125.00…we have 1 available new in the box …


Introducing the 70″ Sharp Aquos Quattron

 
 
 
Ask the Advisors would like to announce today that we have on display and available for immediate purchase the largest LED LCD TV on the market – the 70-inch  AQUOS Quattron (4 Color) LC-70LE732U,  this is the first model in what will be a four-model series the company will field in 2011 in the 70-inch class.
“In the last 12 months, total TV volume purchases were down 10 percent, but the growth is in the 60-inch-plus category – up about 400 percent,” said John Herrington , president of Sharp Electronics Marketing Co. of America (SEMCA). He …


Secure Your Wireless Networks…

Convenience with a Caution
Wireless networks have the potential to make networking much more efficient and cost effective. It is much easier to set a user up with a wireless network connection than to run Ethernet cabling from the nearest switch, through the walls and install a network jack at their desk. Wireless networks also help resolve the fairly ever-present problem of having too few network connections in your rooms.
The convenience of wireless networks comes with a price though. Wired network access can be controlled because the data is contained within the cabling that connects the …


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