Welcome to the May 2021 edition of web design and development. This month’s edition features the latest security exploits that developers have scrambled to fix. We have a section featuring all things CSS, including how it works inside the browser. You will see all the latest in coding and web design resources.
Welcome to the April 2021 edition of web design and development. This month’s edition features Microsoft again but this time for positive reasons. This month we will be nice to Microsoft and let’s show a little love to VS Code. As usual, see the latest in coding and web design resources.
Welcome to the March 2021 edition of web design and development. This month’s edition features Microsoft trying to become a monopoly in an attempt to purchase Discord. Two Tech companies have reached milestones and have celebrated big birthdays. As usual, it features a selection of posts in the design and development world. Enjoy!
In this edition of a trip down memory lane series, we feature the rise of Linux over the last decade. Starting with an unusual introduction to Linux to the distributions I have discovered, used and installed on many computers over the decade. Long live Linux!
Welcome to WOW Weekly. This week Microsoft finally shakes hands with the open source community at last after years of snubbing it. Sony announced that they are releasing emulation software for the PS4 which will enable you to play PS2 games but what’s the catch. Apple announce that during the holiday period they will not accept any new apps or updates.
Welcome to WOW Weekly. It’s been a busy week in the world of technology with Apple making some expected and rather unexpected iPad announcements at their keynote special event. Microsoft have also been busy after officially announcing the release date of their popular office software. Also checkout the Tool of the Week and New releases in brief.
I am sure you are well aware now that Vista came 2nd in Tech’s all time flops. Microsoft were quick to start from scratch and get on with things and in Vista’s wake came Windows 7. Will the newest Microsoft operating system finally win back the disappointed Windows fans?
Welcome to Speed up Vista part 2. This section is also relevant to those that have XP or Windows 7 & 10. In Speed up Vista Part 1 we have speeded up our system so far by turning off system services that are not needed. In this section, we will look at other ways to speed up your computer by cleaning the registry, temporary files, startup entries and defragmentation.
Windows Vista may dive bombed since it was released in 2007. For those have you that do have it and thought it was a faster system you will be disappointed! First and foremost Vista looks beautiful but underneath those good looks, it is also using a lot of needless system resources.