Today we've gathered together a bunch of applications that you can use directly off your flash drive. We we're inspired by the release of portable Firefox and portable Thunderbird which was developed by John T. Haller. Basically what he did was optimize Mozilla's Thunderbird and Firefox to be used on a flash drive. Why would you want to do that you may ask? Well imagine if you will that you could use your applications such as your browser on any computer and still have access to your favorites/bookmarks, or your email in the case of Thunderbird.
Through some hunting and searching on the net, we 've narrowed down a few choice useful applications that are small and will work completely off a flash drive. Most if not all of these are also freeware which is nice bonus.
Many of you have probably already seen this on The Screensavers, but i wanted to test this out myself.
The whole idea came from this website here: Freeantennas.com
The idea is to boost the output from your wireless access point. The design is based on a Deep Dish Cylindrical Parabolic.
Have you ever been looking for something specific on a search engine and all you got back for results were unrelated webpages? Well we have five search engine commands that'll help you narrow down your searches and find what you want faster and in less time.
You've just bought a wireless router so you can use your laptop all over the house. You get it all setup and surprise, surprise it works. Now that should be the end of it right? Wrong. The default setup for wireless networks is setup to get the network up and running but does nothing to protect your network.
You may have noticed if you down load mp3 from different sources on the net or you compare different programs to rip your CDs that sometimes they're not all the same volume.
The cause of this is because different people use different software along with different settings when they 'ripped' their music CDs.
There is a solution and it's called normalizing.
Soldering is basically the joining of metals by a fusion of alloys, which have relatively low melting points. Soldering is a must have skill in electronics. It is also a skill that must be taught correctly and developed with practice.