If you are like most people, then you have a bunch of junk piled up in your computer’s memory. Old passwords, internet caches, temporary files, and even half erased programs litter your computer. All these things make your computer run slower and also can cause privacy issues. To combat this, try downloading these four programs:
Monday, July 23, 2012
Tuesday, July 3, 2012
Livetricks is annoucing Visit And Win Contest, as we are about to reach 100000 visitors mark. We are planning to reward some of our active and lucky visitors. To claim your chance of winning all you need to do is like our Facebook** page and fill up this Form , alternatively you can send us the details mentioned in the form @ firstname.lastname@example.org.
Online spammers and hackers have little sympathy for the beautiful WordPress website you may have spent months and hours building. When it comes to blackhat SEO tactics, these spammers leave no website unturned to exploit them for their own financial gain. One common hack that WordPress websites face is known as the Pharma Hack, where hackers will replace website keywords and metadata and populate these fields with spam for pharmaceutical drugs. This invasive hack can cause more than just headaches for your webmaster; the Pharma Hack can affect the very integrity of your WordPress website.
Saturday, May 12, 2012
Monitoring an Android phone has many advantages and at the core of such spy apps is the need to ascertain the truth or to keep someone safe. For instance parents can use spy apps to monitor their children’s Android phones and keep them safe from harm. Employers can use these apps to ensure that their employees are not misusing the office cell phones. Indeed, there are plenty of usage areas for such Android Mobile monitoring apps.
Sunday, April 29, 2012
Ubuntu 12.04 LTS is finally released. Oh you are wondering what is LTS. Let me explain, LTS stands for Long Term Support. LTS release of Ubuntu comes every two years and have extended support from Canonical. This LTS of Ubuntu 12.04 is codenamed as "Precise Pangolin".In previous releases, a Long Term Support (LTS) version had 3 years support on Ubuntu (Desktop) and 5 years on Ubuntu Server.