Jan 09 2014

Repair Hard Drive Crashes Without Spending More

In order to repair a hard drive crash without having to spend more, it is important that you research on the internet. There are several computer repair shops that can repair your hard drive efficiently. Their contact details can be obtained via the internet; which is why it is very convenient to find a technician online. It might a little confusing, but it will be easier for you to browse the internet and make comparisons of their services. Different companies have different services or credentials. If you do not compare, you might not be able to receive the best services for repair hard drive crash. Thus, do not make a decision right away if you are unsure with the company that you are transacting.

Furthermore, you can seek help from online forum sites. These sites allow you to post queries on potential computer …

Sep 22 2013

Help Desk Software And End User Advantages

hdsuaWhen you have some enquiries or complaints to make to a company, you might have a level of urgency which therefore demands fast feedback. Usually, such communication is directed to the help desk. If a company invests time and resources in handling the issues that customers and clients need help with, there are several advantages to be reaped. These are not only seen on the side of a company which benefits from an improved reputation, but by the customers too. Many people know very well the frustrations that can be experienced in the event that they try to look for assistance from a company’s customer care staff.

Help desk software will make it possible for a customer to get his inquiries responded to in a timely manner. This is because there is little room for ignoring or losing any communication from customers. The …

Mar 22 2013

Android And Flash – Can’t We Just Be Friends?

I never really expected to be somebody that you would call a tablet geek. I frankly thought that apples were probably going to be a waste of time and that the PC was still want to be king for a period of time. I think I was alone here, as there were quite a few experts that said the same thing.

I never really thought that I would be a tablet owner, but then I received one for Christmas from a friend of mine and I immediately took to it.

I can say that I am a gadget guy, and obviously the fact that I started with a high-end tablet like the Asus Transformer Infinity, meant that I would either sink or swim right away. There would be no opportunity for me to complain about the technology, or the lack of hardware …

Feb 27 2013

A Neat Story About A Data Recovery Company

Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past 10 years or are one of those grandmothers who have never seen or used a computer in your life, you probably have had some kind of issue with either a file or a hard drive at least once. You may have had a blue screen, or a clicking hard drive (which after some research I have found people actually call the “click of death”), or some kind of loss in which you really couldn’t get anything back.

Me. If I was a blond. And a woman. And had a particularly large mouth, apparently.

Me. If I was a blond. And a woman. And had a particularly large mouth, apparently.

I was one of the lucky ones for quite a long time. In fact, I think I never had a lost file in all 15 years of me using PCs. Do I think it has something to do with …

Jan 10 2013

Flash Love – Nostalgia Time

I’ve always had a soft spot for Macromedia Flash. As one of the first members of the press to review the original version of the product, then called FutureSplash Animator 1.0, I feel as if I’ve watched it grow up.

Back in its infancy, when it was developed and marketed by a small company called FutureWave Software Inc., I thought it was more than just a cute kid. This wasn’t just another animated GIF maker: It was a cel-based tool that created streaming animations for the Web and multimedia, and it was fairly full-featured for such a young product.

Several months later, at the January 1997 Macworld Expo, I was searching for the FutureWave booth. I found it – finally – hidden away in the budget booth section of San Francisco’s Moscone Center. Twenty-four hours later, it was gone, and so was FutureWave.

Dec 22 2012

Flash – The Origin

(I’m not always a huge proponent of looking back, especially when it comes to computer programs and platforms, but this is an interesting classic article from Computer Shopper touting the “great strides” of the original Macromedia Flash. Here we are, some 15 years later, and it’s still kicking. Something you really can’t say about many languages of the tech bubble era…)

Increasingly, the most attractive way to publish your multimedia is via the Internet or a corporate intranet. It saves the cost of burning and distributing CDs; it lets you update the product on a continuous basis; and you can be sure of an audience as large as you want–global, if necessary. Because plain HTML delivers static content, however, developers are always on the lookout for “active Web” tools that paint motion and sound–in a word, multimedia–onto the Web.

There are a variety of