Well, of course you don’t need Flash Player Pro because it’s a scam, but why are you getting these messages.
Yearly Archives: 2014
There are lots of Internet Security products available. These are my recommendations.
Not authorized to mount drives when connected to Ubuntu via RDP. Why?
This entry is part 9 of 18 in the series The Amanda Chronicles
New from Packt Publishing is HTML5 and CSS3 Transition, Transformation, and Animation. Recommended, but as one of the technical reviewers I might be a bit biased. http://www.packtpub.com/html5-and-css3-for-transition-transformation-animation/book From the website: Instead of wading through loads of theory, the concepts in this book are explained in a practical manner using code samples to demonstrate the new… Read more »
When is a bug, not a bug? When it is a documented feature.
I have been researching Google Chrome Enterprise management for work (I know very geek, but keep reading), when I came across a paper by the NSA (http://www.nsa.gov/ia/_files/app/Deploying_and_Securing_Google_Chrome_in_a_Windows_Enterprise.pdf) on the subject. I read through this but could not find the ‘Disable Share Web Browsing History with NSA’ setting. And Avast! alerted me that this site has… Read more »
LogMeIn Free is no more. LogMeIn just closed their Free service (http://blog.logmein.com/it-management/logmein-changes). Okay – so everybody has to eat and they need to make their money somehow, but to just close down a service with only a few days notice is a bit rude. I only used the Free service, and while their product is… Read more »
ElementsXXL adds up to 230 powerful features to Photoshop Elements for Windows that were previously only available in Photoshop.
This entry is part 6 of 18 in the series The Amanda Chronicles