Tips, Tricks & Tweaks

How to Easily Copy a Path to the Clipboard in Vista

I myself is a member of different auction sites. Instead of buying brand new, I also consider buying second hand products, which is much cheaper than brand new. And one thing more, after a couple of months, new edition will be out in the market and for sure today's edition priced will be reduce by half. Beating the latest is not my cup of tea.

SO if

Read More »

Speed up your web browsing with OpenDNS

When you type a Web site address like www.pcremix.com into your browser, that domain name needs to be translated into the actual IP address for the computer hosting that site. The job of the DNS server is to take the domain name you type in, look it up against a database of IP addresses, and then return the

Read More »

lsass.exe a system file or a virus?

Virus and spywares are now disguising  to look like a windows system files. Thats also the reason why it is hard to locate a virus because they look like a system file. Tell me which of the following below is a spyware and a system file? Isass.exe lsass.exe Win32.exe Hey, wait a minute, the first two files are the same! ... Read More »

How to Check if you Antivirus is Working

Want to know if your antivirus is working? then follow this very simple steps to determine if you have a reliable virus protection. 1. Open your Notepad 2. Copy and paste the code below X5O!P%@AP[4\PZX54(P^)7CC)7}$EICAR-STANDARD-ANTIVIRUS-TEST-FILE!$H+H* 3. Save the file and name it as fakevirus.exe 4. If the fakevirus.exe file got deleted immediately then that means that your antivirus is working ... Read More »

Great Tips in buying a PC

Before buying a computer, choose the one that best suits your needs. Here are great computer buying tips which will surely help you a lot in choosing computers according to your needs. If you will buy a computer for personal and office use, choose the cheaper computers. You need not spend much in computers for your office and/or personal use. ... Read More »

How to enable missing Hibernate on Windows Vista

My friend bought a brand new PC and installed it with Microsoft Vista. When he used his new PC with it’s new operating system he is surprised that the Hibernate option that he always use when he still uses Windows XP is missing. I’ve explained to him that when you switch to using Vista you may experience the Hibernate option ... Read More »