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Connecting your Computer to a TV #2

Last week I discussed potential methods of connecting your PC or laptop to your television. Such an easy project has many potential rewards such as being able to play your games on a massive screen or avoiding the need to burn your downloaded movies to disc before playing them. While [...]

Firefox 3

Before I start this article I just want to apologise; once again I am going to dedicate an entire article to raving about the Firefox Internet browser. Just when I thought I’d finally got my love for this browser in to the open and out of my system they throw a spanner in to the [...]

FoxIt PDF Reader

At some point in our computing lives we will almost certainly stumble across a PDF (Portable Document File). These are extremely useful for transmitting a document, including any associated diagrams or pictures, in one single file which should look identical to the original on any compatible computer or mobile device. The fact that practically any [...]

FireFox 2.0

Last week we discussed Internet Explorer 7, the latest browser offering from Microsoft, and decided that whilst long overdue did go some way to addressing the functionality gap between the rather dated IE 6 and newer alternatives such as Opera and Firefox.

Not wanting to be outdone Mozilla today [...]

Readers Questions

Just when I thought the subject of Broadband Torbay wouldn’t make an appearance in Click for some time then here it comes again, back with a vengeance due to a recent question that I’ve received.

We are a couple of ‘silver surfers’ who both [...]

Easter Eggs

Going off on a slightly random tangent, this week I thought we could talk about Easter Eggs. Not of the chocolate gift variety we’ll all be receiving next month but rather an endearing name for a hidden piece of code that’s entered into an application at [...]