Monthly Archives: February 2016

Intel® Graphics Driver for Windows® 10 [15.33]

https://downloadcenter.intel.com/download/25188/Intel-HD-Graphics-Driver-for-Windows-10-64bit-3rd-Gen-BYT-

Setting Up Roadrunner Account for POP or IMAP

http://www.timewarnercable.com/en/support/faqs/faqs-internet/e-mailacco/incoming-outgoing-server-addresses.html

MozBackup

http://mozbackup.jasnapaka.com/

Firefox Profile Cannot be Opened

Make sure that Firefox is closed Press Windows key+R to open the Run box Type: %APPDATA%\Mozilla\Firefox Click “OK” Delete the file called “profile.ini” Run Firefox again NOTE: this might delete your bookmarks!

Neverware – CloudReady

CloudReady is certified to run on 200 of the most common PC and Mac hardware models.  The lightweight, browser-based design means you can put older machines back into the hands of students. Source: Neverware

Skeleton keys open doors for all governments, not just ours

Does the U.S. government have the right to examine any of our private information, no matter how it’s stored, with a properly executed warrant? That’s the crux of the latest battle between Apple and the FBI. As you can read elsewhere on Macworld, the United States District Court of California has issued an order requiring […]

Apple’s Message on Encryption

The United States government has demanded that Apple take an unprecedented step which threatens the security of our customers. We oppose this order, which has implications far beyond the legal case at hand. This moment calls for public discussion, and we want our customers and people around the country to understand what is at stake. Source: […]

Google’s Datacenters on Punch Cards

If all digital data were stored on punch cards, how big would Google’s data warehouse be? Source: Google’s Datacenters on Punch Cards

Microsoft tightens Windows 10’s Secure Boot screws: Where does that leave Linux? | PCWorld

The news sounds ominous for open-source aficionados: Windows 10 PCs are going to be locked down even tighter than ever before. Source: Microsoft tightens Windows 10’s Secure Boot screws: Where does that leave Linux? | PCWorld

Open, save, or delete files on your Chromebook

You can use files like documents, PDFs, images, and media on your Chromebook, Google Drive, or an external hard drive with the built-in Files app. Source: Open, save, or delete files on your Chromebook – Chromebook Help

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