Tagged: windows

Tip: Enabling ‘native’ NTFS read and write support on Snow Leopard, at your own risk 0

Tip: Enabling ‘native’ NTFS read and write support on Snow Leopard, at your own risk

If you’re use both Mac and Windows workstations, then you’d probably also have a bunch of removable hard disks that’s formatted as NTFS laying around. And you’d also obviously know that OS X does...

iPhone OS 4.0 – Windows Mobile 7: Multitasking or Not? 0

iPhone OS 4.0 – Windows Mobile 7: Multitasking or Not?

Multitasking [mŭl’tē-tās’kĭng] n.  The concurrent operation by one central processing unit of two or more processes. It seems like multitasking is a never ending  feature of discussion when it comes to the iPhone and it’s smartphone peers....

How to re-arrange your Windows XP taskbar 1

How to re-arrange your Windows XP taskbar

The ability to re-arrange the applications on the taskbar is one of the nice new features of Windows 7. This is of course nothing exceptionally new, as the dock on Apple Macs allows you...

Reason #1 of 862.2 why I love my iPhone 1

Reason #1 of 862.2 why I love my iPhone

6 months ago, I would never have thought that the iPhone could change the way I engage my daily routine. Sure, the iPhone is cool and all. But it’s just yet another smartphone, right?...

NEF Codec with Windows 7 64-bit (and Vista 64-bit too!) – Updated 8

NEF Codec with Windows 7 64-bit (and Vista 64-bit too!) – Updated

It’s known that Nikon (stupidly if you’d ask me) choose to not release a 64-bit version of the NEF codec. And since I installed the 64-bit version of Vista on my desktop workstation since...

Fix: Getting Chrome to work on WinXP SP3 0

Fix: Getting Chrome to work on WinXP SP3

Pretty much everyone harping about Google’s Chrome these days. I know. I’m one of them too. Which is also why it’s so frustrating when I couldn’t get Chrome to work on my work notebook...