Apr 19, 2008
Nic Cho

New Kingston DataTraveler BlackBox USB Flash Drive

The world’s largest independent manufacturer of memory products, Kingston Technology Company has recently announced the launch of the new, ultra-secure DataTraveler BlackBox, which is Kingston’s first Federal Information Processing Standard (FIPS)-validated USB Flash drive, aiming to protect your organization’s portable data and comply with data-at-rest agency directives.


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Apr 19, 2008
Tip and Trick Editorial

Use On-Screen Keyboard in Vista to Securely Enter Password

Security thread has been increasing violent and potent. Hackers are going all out to ‘steal’ sensitive and private information of Internet users with phishing websites. More aggressive and advanced hackers plant keylogger on users computer to log and track users’ keystrokes in order to capture the user name and password entered by users.
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Apr 19, 2008
Tip and Trick Editorial

Join Microsoft Usablity Research for Free Vista, Map, Office and Money Software

Have a lot of feedbacks, suggestions, criticisms, opinions, thoughts or comments about Microsoft products and services? Microsoft wants to hear from you then. Microsoft usability research focuses on how people interact with software including products under development, and the information gathered is translated directly into product design improvements. So users who join may indirectly shape the future of Microsoft software.
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Apr 19, 2008
Tip and Trick Editorial

Free 1 Year License for Avira AntiVir Premium with TrialPay

Avira AntiVir PremiumAvira is giving away free 6-month license for Avira AntiVir Premium without condition attached in special promotion. The free offer may expire anytime soon, especially after 6 months free usage, the free license will expire and users will have to purchase and buy license to continue using using Avira AntiVir Premium 8 and receive virus signature updates.
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Apr 19, 2008
Tip and Trick Editorial

Anti-Virus with Anti-Spyware Feature Can Used to Replace Windows Defender in Vista

The latest trend of anti-virus security software is certainly integrated all-in-one. Now, most anti-virus not only provides virus protection feature, but also incorporated protection against other exploits or threats such as spyware, adware, rootkit and etc. For example, AVG 8, Avira AntiVir 8, and avast! 4.8 all contains many functions all into one executable. Meanwhile, Windows Vista Security Center requires two essential components, virus and spyware protection, to be present and installed on the system as complete malware protection to avoid the Security Center notification alert and icon in system tray.
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Apr 19, 2008
Tip and Trick Editorial

Free Picasa Flash and HTML Templates for Photo Gallery and Slide Show Album

Picasa is a photo management software for organizing and editing digital photos, originally created by Idealab and now owned by Google. Picase allows users to publish create photo gallery, photo album and slideshow to publish on the web by using personalized custom templates. Using template allows users to create attractive and beautiful photo galleries and slide shows without any knowledge of Flash, HTML, CSS and Javascript.
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Apr 19, 2008
Tip and Trick Editorial

Enable and Use Handwriting Recognition Input Method in Windows Vista

Windows Vista comes with a built-in handwriting recognition input method, as part of the Tablet PC Optional Components. The handwriting input recognition is actually a feature that ported over from Windows XP Tablet PC Edition. With handwriting recognition feature, users can write with hand, preferably on a physical writing pad or character pad with a pointing pen, and system will automatically convert the handwriting to typed text.
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Apr 19, 2008
Tip and Trick Editorial

How to Install and Enable Tablet PC Optional Components in Windows Vista

Windows Vista has built-in Tablet PC support which turns computer to fully functional, practical and comfortable tablet PC when users are on the move. Tablet PC components in Windows Vista include integrated pen support, touch-screen support, digital-ink input, snipping tool, handwriting recognition technologies, and innovative hardware.
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