Windows has a personalization feature that allows you to roll your images as a slideshow on your desktop. Here’s how to make a color changing wallpaper.
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The Thanksgiving holidays meant a slow week for gaming news. But we have you covered with what did happen this past week in the weekly gaming round up.
What is dwm.exe and is it safe or a virus? Great question being that you’ve probably opened up your Task manger where you’ve seen the process called “dwm.exe” and now you’re wondering what it is. It’s obviously taking up system memory, and these short initials make it look suspicious. Here we’ll look at what dwm.exe [...]
Have you ever dreamed of talking to the man from Mars! It’s something I’ve always wanted to do (as a kid…) and guess what! Tonight I actually had that conversation! I talked to an alien and it was really fun(ny). You want to try it too? Want to know how life on Mars is going? [...]
This week Microsoft released over 49 updates in the Download Center. Pretty suprising considering this wasn’t a standard “Super Tuesday” week. Many of the updates are targeted toward Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 with a few tossed in for Vista and others programs. I grabbed the list from MicrosoftPost where I track what [...]
Earlier this week Google introduced a New Feature in Gmail Called Priority Inbox. Strangely enough, it looks like that for some reason Google has also added funny background music for when you’re checking your E-Mails. Is this true? Why would the do such a thing? Let’s find out. So what is the music really? It [...]
Podcast: Play in new window | Download (19.9MB) | Embed Earlier we guided you into the world of taking HDR photos and how to merge them using Photoshop, then we showed you How-To Simulate an HDR Effect . In this next Photoshop photography article we’ll take a look at how you can make amazing image [...]
Her name is Samantha and she Sung a song of a 4G Galaxy. It was Epic. Tucked away neatly. Baby got back. Slide out keyboard Or a SWYPE if you prefer. Though lovely, she is a handful. Compared to the ole 3rd generation iPod Touch, it’s a little bigger. And she didn’t shatter when I [...]
We all know how it is – you’re rushing to get something done and it turns out the files you need are only available on Rapidshare. So you have to wait 30 seconds for each individual file and can download only 1 file per day. Seriously? Who wants to pay to get a bunch of [...]
Okay, this one came out of nowhere. Did you know that in the United States if a person, organization, or agency owes you money but they are unable to find you, the U.S. government will take that payment and put it in a nice little piggy bank for you? I sure didn’t, but I found [...]
In elementary school we had a computer lab, but despite the public school system’s best attempts at teaching us programming, it was always more fun to play the Oregon Trail. The best part was that since the game taught us some good ole fashioned American history, our teachers thought it was a totally groovy win-win [...]
A new version of Digg is in the works and it brings big changes for Power Users and Publishers but especially regular users. Have you ever submitted an article to Digg and have it flat-line only to be resubmitted by a Power User and reach the front page days or even just hours later? Digg [...]
Love surfing the internet on your phone? Opera Mini 5.1 just went out of beta! Opera Mini is completely free and offers a better internet experience than most built-in web apps. Let’s look at some of the features and reasons why it’s the most popular mobile internet browser. Page Loading is Fast and Smooth The [...]