Windows 8: it won’t let you do something unless you’re an administrator

November 17, 2014


Facing Windows 8’s great changes from the old ones, people may not get used to its shortcuts so soon. Some even are struggling for basic operations. No worries, this article is about to teach you how to handle those issues.

Here is one aggravating thing you may hate about Windows 8. This operating system gets really picky about who gets to do what on your computer. The computer’s owner gets the Administrator account. And the administrator usually gives everybody else a Standard account. What does that mean? Well, only the administrator can do the following things on the computer:

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Optimize your PC disk performance by enabling Advanced Write Caching feature

November 13, 2014

If you are using SATA hard drive, beside other applying those tips I shared in my previous post, there is another way of increasing your disk performance, which is to enable write caching. One thing you need to make sure is that you need to have a UPS, if your computer’s power got cut while you are doing the write caching enabling, otherwise you may face the dangerous of loosing computer data. Well, let’s see how it work.

1. Click on Start, right-click on Computer and go to Properties

2. Click on the Device Manager on the left-hand side

3. Open the Disk drives section, right-click on your hard drive and select Properties read more …

Solution on uxtheme.dll missing when startup in Win7

Here I’d like to share a solution for “how to solve the problem when Win7 startup prompts uxtheme.dll missing” to everyone who may encounter, according to some users who complained about win7 system, sometimes when computer star up to the Welcome screen when the screen will prompts that explorer can not start due to uxtheme.dll missing, and when you click OK or enter, computer turn out to be black. In this situation, how do we do? read more …

It’s unkown that: whether ChromeSnifferPlus is more advanced?

October 31, 2014

New has been confirmed that, in this afternoon, ChromeSnifferPlus plugin officially landed on Chrome Web Store.

Online installation address:

Chrome detector can detect open source software is being used or js library, it’s claimed to be “developers must have”.

Sniff web framework and javascript libraries run on browsing website.

Through this plugin, you can detect:
javascript libraries: jQuery, ExtJS, Angular, etc.
Common web service: Baidu statistics, cnzz, Google Analytics, etc.
Web frameworks: WordPress, phpBB, Drupal, MediaWiki, etc.
Server Environment: PHP, Apache, nginx, etc.
When you install this plug-in to browse the Web, you can also find more unknown frameworks and libraries.
If you find library can not be detected, you can create issues.

This update includes:
Reconstruction of a section of code, enhancing the performance of the plug-ins.
Adding the detection of a variety of new library: Highcharts, YUI 3, Zepto.js, Tengine


ChromeSnifferPlus is released under the GPL License. See the bundled LICENSE file for details.

Part of the chrome users will try to install a lot of plug-ins, but there are some plug-ins are hidden in the browser which you can not see, there are also some that you see, but may only use once and no longer use again. These plug-ins will reduce the efficiency of the browser to a certain extent, therefore, we need to remove some low usage plug.
Simple method: In the upper right corner of the browser, find the plugin you want to delete, then press the right mouse button in the pop-up menu, select Delete, done. This method simple but not work every time. If the above method failed, then a pro uninstaller definitely perfectly remove plugins without failing you.

Watch out! ATM could contain MALWARE!

October 27, 2014

Kaspersky Principal Security Researcher Vicente Diaz believes that there is a possibility that the crooks have connection to a person working in the bank that it robs.

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How to uninstall and re-install the AMD Graphics Driver

October 20, 2014

I’ve seen a lot of people complainning online about the problem that AMD graphics driver can not be uninstalled, which leads to more PC novices reject to use AMD. Here is a brief explanation: read more …

JPMorgan hacker chase sounded the alarm to the White House and Wall Street

October 9, 2014


Foreign media on Wednesday published an article that President Barack Obama and the United States National Security Advisor has received the regular briefing about JPMorgan Chase and other nine large financial companies suffered large-scale hacker attacks from this summer, this latest initiative aims provide updated information about the hacker attacks to the highest U.S. national security officials, just the same as these officials receive information about the update information of the “Islamic State” (ISIS) Russian invasion of Ukraine. read more …

IE12 codenamed Spartan, has been included in Windows 9

September 19, 2014


There is an application called zSpartan in Windows 9 technical preview leakage, Mary Jo Foley news source said Spartan is the code name of next version of Internet Explorer (IE12). MJ Foley dug up some potentially relevant information from Microsoft recruitment and Microsoft Research Web site. read more …

Cities in future days – what happens if lights go out?

September 15, 2014

In the beginning of an eight-week series of essays about how technology is changing our residence, Jane Wakefield asks whether a city that is plugged into the Internet is vulnerable to hackers.

The nightmare scenario that has had government executives and city leaders biting their fingernails for decades has come true. Chicago is under attack by hackers.

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Windows 9 Release Date

September 12, 2014

What do you think Windows 9? What can Windows fans expect? How will Windows 9 change us all? read more …