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Sciencetext Tech Talk is the technology sibling of David Bradley's Sciencebase Science Blog. In it he discusses and reports on the tech side of research, including privacy issues, the science of social networking and social media and much more.
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If you normally allow your Windows computer to automatically update itself, then the patch from 12th August may be causing you problems. Namely, the dreaded BSOD, Blue Screen of Death, or as Microsoft more euphemistically but less sensationally refers to it it a crash with a 0×50 Stop error message (bugcheck). There are various bits […]Related Posts:What your Windows files reveal about youSaving your contacts with no monkey businessAccelerating SnapSeed in ChromeJavaRa removes, […]
Very few people according to a recent UK survey apparently. But, you should says AV company Sophos. Here are their top tips on staying safe when operating wirelessly outside your home or office: Get out of the habit of remembering Wi-Fi networks. If your computer automatically joins networks based only on their names, you may […]Related Posts:ZenMate – Virtual Private Networking extension for…E-Mili smartphone battery boostHomeland Security in your FacebookYour phone is […]
If you’re trying to edit your Google+ photos in “SnapSeed” in the Google Chrome browser and you get a message that tells you “the photo editor cannot be loaded”, then go into Chrome settings –> Show Advanced Settings (scroll to the bottom) –> Check the box in the System Settings for “use hardware acceleration when […]Related Posts:One-click to Google Chrome privacyRemove your name from Facebook social adsBoxCryptor for Chrome […]
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