Prezi Makes Presentations Simple. Sandy Bridge: Loyd Case On Your Next Notebook CPU? Securely Rip 100 CDs An Hour: The RipMonster 3000. Deleting the Random User Account, Save Your Passwords, Boxee Box: New CPU, Pre-Orders on Amazon, Corporate Antivirus Picks: from 400 to 400,000 users!
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Does Google Instant deliver faster search? Intel says "no one device will win", Boxee opens up pre-orders for the Boxee Box by Dlink, and changes the CPU. And here's that article on Google Google Instant filtering from SearchEngineLand.com!
How can you sync home your home directory across OS X, Windows 7 and Linux? Good question, Logan! If you've got less than 100GB of info you need, Dropbox is pretty painless working across all those operating systems. Plus there are tons of nifty Dropbox Hacks!
The big news from the Intel Developer Forum 2010? "Sandy Bridge" CPUs for notebooks that offer solid 3D Graphics along with onboard accelleration for HD Video. Loyd Case of ImprobableInsights.com explains why these 2nd Generation Intel Core CPUs will be great for home theater boxes, why solid state drives can improve gaming, and more!
This week's Website We Can't Get Enough Of is Prezi! Far easier to use than Keynote or Powerpoint, Prezi is an online application that gives you the tools and flexibility to create multimedia presentations within minutes. The interface on this site is really intuitive, and all you need to do is click your canvas to being writing, inserting YouTube videos, adding images and more! You can even collaborate online on your Prezi presentation. Why struggle with those bulky old presentation programs? Check out Prezi!
We got a huge response from the Tekzilla Crew when we asked what you thought was the best enterprise anti-virus for Manny... since there "don't seem to be a lot of good, recent, software comparisons" out there. Watch the video to find out what IT folks from companies from 400 to 400,000 employes use for anti-virus and security software!
Last week we were trying to help Jerry correct his iTunes permissions problem so he could get things running again. You had some great ideas for him to try out. Watch the video to see what they are, from dealing with NOD32, indexing issues, OpenedFilesView and resetting user permissions. (Plus why you can't delete the RANDOM user account!)