Apr 13, 2008
Tip and Trick Editorial

Microsoft Resumes Installation of Vista KB949939 and KB937287 Prerequisite via Windows Update

Windows Vista SP1KB937287 is one of the prerequisite updates that must be installed on Windows Vista PC before the system can be upgraded and installed with Service Pack 1 (SP1). The KB 937287 update intends to upgrade the Servicing Stack layer in Windows Vista, which contains installation program for SP1. Unfortunately, lots of users experience various problems such as unable to install the update, or even worse, computer falls into endless reboot cycle.
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Apr 13, 2008
Nic Cho

Ford Announces Blind Spot Mirror And Cross Traffic Alert With Blind Spot Monitoring System

In an effort to keep drivers safer, the well-known maker of cars, trucks, SUVs and other vehicles, Ford Motor Company has recently announced its two new features to aid drivers’ visibility including Blind Spot Mirror (replacing traditional side view mirrors) and Cross Traffic Alert with Blind Spot Monitoring System, arriving in early 2009, utilizing radar to alert of cross-path traffic while in reverse and, in forward gears, warn when a vehicle enters the blind spot, aiming to enhance and secure your driving experience.


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Apr 13, 2008
Tip and Trick Editorial

Fix USB Issues in Windows Vista with KB941600 Cumulative Updates for USB Core Components

Windows Vista still inherits some of problems and issues faced in Windows XP regarding USB components, such as unable to recognize or detect external or portable USB flash drive after inserted to computer. Microsoft releases an update KB941600 that intends to fix and solve errors and issues that happen when using USB device or function in Windows Vista, but it’s restricted with WGA genuine Windows validation check. Hence you will find the direct download links to the KB941600 update package here.
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Apr 13, 2008
Nic Cho

Ultra-Compact Nikon COOLPIX S52 And S52c Digital Cameras

Following the announcement of COOLPIX P80, Nikon has announced the new additions to its (Style) S-series family – COOLPIX S52 and COOLPIX S52c, featuring a same 9.0 effective megapixels image sensor, high-contrast 3-inch LCD display, 3x Zoom-Nikkor lens with Optical Vibration Reduction (VR) Image Stabilization, manual sensitivity settings up to ISO 3200 as well as Pictmotion function that allows users to combine their favorite movies, photos and create in-camera slide shows with music including songs uploaded from Apple iTunes.


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Apr 12, 2008
Nic Cho

New Shuttle XPC G5 6801M Mini-PC Supporting Blu-ray And HD DVD

The market leader in the Mini-PC market segment and the manufacturer of Multi-Form-Factor solutions, Shuttle has recently launched its first AMD-based HD-compatible Mini-PC Complete System, named as XPC G5 6801M, featuring LG GGC-H20L Blu-ray/HD DVD Combo drive that can play high-resolution films from both HD media.


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Apr 12, 2008
Tip and Trick Editorial

Uconomix Encryption Engine to Encrypt Files and Folders Free Giveaway at GAOTD

Uconomix Encryption Engine (UEE) is a file encryption utility that allows users to protect the privacy of your sensitive files and folders by encrypting them with strong encryption algorithm and a password. Once encrypted, the files or folders can not be viewed without the original password with which they were encrypted.
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Apr 12, 2008
SY Tan

Scan and Edit Registry Keys with RegScanner 1.63

In some instances you probably need to make changes or editing to some Registry Keys for your Windows OS. If you edit them manually in the Microsoft Windows Operating System, you can run regedit.exe or regedt32.exe files to make amendments. However, using these built-in regedit methods, you need to browse through numerous directory trees to find the right keys. If you make the wrong amendments, your careless action might cause irreversible damage. To minimize your error and expedite your Registry Keys search, you probably could try this free Registry scanning tool, RegScanner.
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Apr 12, 2008
SY Tan

Logitech ClearChat for Optimum Internet Call Performance

Isn’t it time for a wireless headset designed especially for internet calling with a PC? The Logitech ClearChat wireless stereo headset is the first of its kind to offer wireless connection and excellent audio quality for Internet calls. Gina Clark, general manager and vice president of Logitech’s Internet Communications business unit revealed, “More and more people are making voice calls over the Internet, but until now, they have had to choose between wired headsets that keep them tethered to their PCs or wireless headsets that offer poor audio and voice quality.” As Internet calls become more and more common throughout the world, the Logitech ClearChat headset is the answer to many internet callers’ problems.
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