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Jan 29, 2011
- Ultimate Status Bar
- Safari Adblock
- Type To Navigate
- Access Keys
- Invisible status bar
- Shut Up
Jan 28, 2011
Enable Private Browsing in Safari
Safari saves a record of all the pages you have visited while browsing, and also it saves files you have downloaded and the searches you have made. In most conditions this is good as it can save time and assist you retrace your steps. However, in some cases you may prefer to leave no record of your browsing in your browser, for example when you are using a public computer.
How to Enable Safari’s Private Browsing mode
- First Go to Safari menu and choose “Private Browsing.” Click OK in the dialog box that appears and then you are browsing privately.
- Now Safari won’t store the sites you visit in the History menu, and your Google searches won’t be added to the Recent Searches menu.
- When Private Browsing is enabled, a “Private” button will appear the in address. Just click this button to quickly exit Private Browsing mode and return to normal browsing. This also has an “Are you sure?” dialog box, but Option-clicking it will skip it in a similar way.
In order for a computer to bear the "Intel Centrino" name, it must be using a Pentium M processor and the Intel 855 Chipset. Including this chipset means that the laptop is also guaranteed to include Wi-Fi, the Intel 855 graphics chipset and memory controller.
Jan 26, 2011
- hidden processes
- hidden threads
- hidden modules
- hidden services
- hidden files
- hidden Alternate Data Streams
- hidden registry keys
- drivers hooking SSDT
- drivers hooking IDT
- drivers hooking IRP calls
- inline hooks
How to Uninstall Windows 7 Service Pack 1 (SP1) Beta and RC
Windows 7 Service Pack 1 (SP1) Beta adds a clock time with an termination date of June 30, 2011 to your Windows 7. You will be reminded starting on March 30, 2011 about the termination date, but you will be able to use your system to assist beta test the SP1 beta until June 29, 2011. Later, you will need to either upgrade to the eventual edition of SP1 when released in the first half of 2011 or uninstall the Beta version of SP1 to be capable to utilize your Windows 7 again.
Jan 25, 2011