The First 48: Firefox 4 Released

The First 48: Firefox 4 Released

Mozilla released Firefox 4 on March 22, 2011 and the free and open source web browser had 15.8 million downloads within the first forty-eight hours. The Firefox team pulled together the following infographic to share some cool stats about the first 48 hours following the launch:

Share

Routers, Hops, Executioners and Obituaries: A Look at ICMP

Routers, Hops, Executioners and Obituaries: A Look at ICMP

ICMP is the Internet Control Message Protocol which works at Layer 3 or the Network layer. It is used for all kinds of network messaging services utilized by IP, the Internet Protocol. In fact, here’s how it is defined by Wikipedia: “The Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP) is one of the core protocols of the […]

Share

How To Enable DHCP in VirtualBox 4

How To Enable DHCP in VirtualBox 4

Virtualization seems to be the buzzword these days and the software that makes its adoption painless for ordinary folks, in my opinion, is Oracle’s VirtualBox. It may not be “there” yet with VMWare, wherever “there” is, but for a basic testing lab, VBox does an awesome job. The software is free – no one asks […]

Share

Microsoft Office 2010 is Plain Ugly

Microsoft Office 2010 is Plain Ugly

What in the world happened at Microsoft? I don’t care how much they try to spin this, but the interface of Office 2010, especially Outlook 2010 is super ugly! According to a post on the blog of the developers of Office 2010:

Share

Try Any of Our Services for 30 Days!

Share
Share