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A Redditor points out a major hole in the theory of Darwinian evolution, which has conveniently been swept under the carpet.
In a comment that garnished 3400 upvotes and numerous awards, a Redditor gives an insider account of the homelessness crisis of some American cities like San Francisco.
Many computers and laptops with Intel® Chipsets come with a piece of bundled software known as the Intel Rapid Storage Technology®. Due to a number of factors, this is arguably the most profound debate-generating piece of bundled software to be ever written. If you are in a dilemma about what to do with it, welcome aboard.
While Wordpress offers the functionality of upgrading core files, themes and plugins via the Dashboard, this feature cannot be used with some webhosts who are keen on security. Upgrading via FTP is time-consuming and error prone. FTP is also not very secure. To quote one webhost, “Its 2012, and you shouldn’t be using FTP for anything.” Subversion offers the promise of one-click one-command, lightning-fast, server side upgrades. Is Subversion the way to go or has Subversion yet to grow up for the casual Wordpress user?
SONY disabled hardware virtualization on some laptops by providing these laptops with rudimentary BIOS Unlike typical BIOS, the BIOS provided simply did not have the feature for users to enable or disable hardware virtualization. But thanks to an assortment of Internet hacks, it is possible to enable hardware virtualization on some VAIO laptops.
With the rise of digital media and the Internet, reproducing copyrighted material has become stupendously easy. If you create digital content, and if you acknowledge (and maybe appreciate) the easily reproducible nature of digital media, you can modify your traditional copyright to be less adversarial towards those who will share your content by using a Creative Commons License. This post gives introductory information on how to do the same.
When I first started considering Linux, I could not obtain answers to some very basic questions. Neither Wikipedia nor the Linux documentation were of much help. This article intends to fill those gaps. It is intended for Windows users who are considering Linux for the first time. This article is non-technical and fairly opinionated as opposed to those consensus driven Wiki articles.
While msconfig has been a classic when it comes to managing the Start-up folder, the purpose of this post is to suggest a more interactive alternative, Windows Defender.
While the base version of Adobe Acrobat starts at a price $299 USD, you can convert documents that support printing to PDF into PDFs...