There have been cases of software being up for grabs on the Internet. Whatever kinds of applications these may be - games, productivity apps, etc. - you are still stepping on the lines of legality. The difficult thing about it is that you might get into trouble for getting such software. So what is the solution for this? Go for free software. Free software is not just about . . .
No freakinâ€™ way! Microsoft is offering a FREE download service for its latest security software? YES, you read that right. Early this week, we should be able to download the beta version of the latest to come out of the Microsoft development labs. Dubbed the Microsoft Security Essentials package, the software is being touted by Microsoft as the complete computer . . .
Windows 7 has been garnering much hype, as most Windows products usually do. I donâ€™t really understand why as we all know that most â€“ if not all â€“ of their releases are always riddle with bugs anyway. Anyhow, Windows 7 is the newest product in Microsoftâ€™s long line of operating systems and they are doing something different this time around. Windows 7 is now . . .
This weirded me out, really. I guess it has just never occurred to me that a big company such as Google would actually offer this much. And in China? Then again, it all made sense after I read the whole news piece. So this is whatâ€™s going on. We know that China is perhaps the leading country when it comes to piracy. And I am not talking about music and movies only. . . .
As more and more people seek to get their hands on free music, more control has been put in place due to the huge amount of profits lost due to piracy. The problem is global and has become one of the most debated issues of today's technology circles. Though most technology used in the piracy trade has roots in consumer electronics, they are always surely derived from some form . . .