Love hurts, but imitation hurts more.
Microsoft has released version 2 of their security software. It’s fast, it’s effective, and it’s free. I have been using it for about a year now, and can say that it hasn’t been obtrusive or a system resource hog as you may find with other free alternatives. Windows XP/Vista/7 owners can download their copy now.
This week marks one year of This Help Desk weekly comic (that’s 52 comics!). As the artist of This Help Desk it has been my pleasure to be able to illustrate our ideas and share the adventures the cast have been on. It has been a great learning experience for Jake and me as this has been our first venture into the realm of web comics. And, we’re glad that we’ve been able to drag you along.
Thank you for visiting and reading our site, and I look forward to helping bring another year of This Help Desk antics. Have a happy and safe holiday.
The alternate Android keyboard Swype is now in open beta!
If you own an Android phone, you must try Swype. Between Swype and voice recognition (especially post-Froyo), the input methods of Android are fantastic. Check out this vid, then head over to Swype’s site to get Swype onto your phone today!
[via Jake of The Web]
I love me some free software. Lifehacker is a great source for getting tips and reviews on software, especially the free stuff. They have published their list of most popular, free Windows software of 2010. If you are a fan of “free”, might I suggest you take a gander.