I have read articles that say XP will work on vista but vista won’t let any programs load in xp. Is this true? I want to put my files, including personal photos that may or may not be copywritten into the computer. What is the best antivirus program for windows?
i am running win 7, 64 bit…my question is regarding AVG Antivirus File Scanner Free edition. it says its free and was in my pc when i purchased it! so, can i use it in combination with useless AV provided by MS in the pc..so i dont lose total control of my pc? Its a little suspicious…also how do i find out what drivers are installed if they are not an automatic part of the installation of AVG?
What software would you recommend to someone who wants to create audio ringtones from mp3s ? And is there a way I can transfer a bunch of songs at once from laptop to desktop computer without having them play individually.? Thanks, Brenda What software would you recommend to someone who wants to create audio ringtones from mp3s ? And is there a way I can transfer a bunch of songs at once from laptop to desktop computer without having them play individually.? Thanks, Brenda
What Audio Recording Software Is Best?
Which software you use to record your audio is really up to you. There are two main types of tools that let you do this, but before we talk about them, let’s go over some fundamentals. Recording With Your Microphone To start recording with your microphone, plug it into the USB port on your computer (make sure it’s working!), open the appropriate software (preferably one installed to the default directory), and select whether or not output should be recorded (per-track or “live”). Now just choose input and just how much input is to be recorded. Save! It’s as easy as that! If all goes well, you’ve now got a nice little selection of sounds just waiting for editing later on. But what if things don’t work out so well? Well, there are several things that can go wrong here. For example…
Firewall Download for $29.99/yr from Comodo
Dragon Update: It was supposed to be free, but the new version says it’s $29.99/yr. For some reason that makes me happy and not unhappy at all! Now we know what version of the firewall it goes with. I have been using Comodo’s Dragon products for a while now and have been pleased with them so far. I feel they are worth paying for especially if you compare them to the paid Symantec options out there. They also come in two flavors: Premium & Professional which call themselves ‘Free Firewall’ and ‘Ultimate’ respectively, but they have all of their features that you would expect from a premium firewall, just with a few more tricks up their sleeves (though no adware crap). And besides being a little ahead of everyone else in terms of features compared to what you can get from an antivirus client pic they seem to do everything well enough without adding zillions of extra software layers on top after installation.. It is nice when something does not add an interface on top beyond one or two apps dedicated to performing another function(es) rather than command your computer every time you make a software change or use any web interface or remote management app…? On that note? Sometimes I wish my webcams still had IR commands instead of RX-only ones… let me know how many IR cameras still exist please.? One thing I am disappointed in is the lack of motion detection features