What do we mean by self hosted and hosted? Hosted simply means someone else takes care of everything for you, usually via cloud services. Whoever the host is retains ownership of the website. For example, WordPress.com, Blogger and all social media sites fit into this category. You probably will never know what server your site […]
I recently created a post on Google+ called ‘Recover data from a corrupt Windows drive with Linux’ (funnily enough the same title as this page), and was overwhelmed by the level of feedback and responses to it. https://plus.google.com/110855928466429159658/posts/GRwE3G6oKEU As a thank you to all of the people that engaged with the post, this blog is going to […]
Mozilla’s Thunderbird email client is a flexible thing, which makes it able to do lots of useful things via the vast array of add-ons available. I use Thunderbird a lot for email, but I also use it a lot for calendar appointments using the add-on called Lightning. Lightning on it’s own is brilliant at doing what […]
Windows XP support is about to end You may have heard about Windows XP extended support ending at last. This is true (8th April 2014). While it is also true that there is an extension until 2015 for Microsoft Security Essentials, that still means if something goes wrong with your machine, or if someone finds […]
Dealing with dust in your PC There are three main problems that dust can cause inside your machine.
Thunderbird is a great free e-mail client and with a plethora of plugins available, it is also highly customisable. One question I have been asked is, “Can you use multiple signatures within Thunderbird?” The simple answer is yes! Multiple Accounts in Thunderbird First of all, Thunderbird by default allows you to use a different signature […]