Your desktop version of Skype is being retired

Is your desktop version of Skype is being retired?!  People are getting emails saying that Skype are retiring their version of Skype and they are concerned that these emails might be a phishing email, scam or virus email.  Its good that people are concerned, you should never click links that ask for your passwords or to download, without checking first. Skype Email – Your desktop version of Skype is being retired The email reads like this We are now retiring older versions of Skype and it appears that you’re currently using one of these. To continue signing into Skype on your desktop you’ll need to […]

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LinkedIn Update, Member Passwords were Hacked – How to change Password

LinkedIn have now confirmed that some of the passwords were hacked today. Well, what they actually say is “We can confirm that some of the passwords that were compromised correspond to LinkedIn accounts.” Members that have accounts associated with the compromised passwords will notice that their LinkedIn account password is no longer valid. These members will also receive an email from LinkedIn with instructions on how to reset their passwords. There will not be any links in these emails. For security reasons, you should never change your password on any website by following a link in an email. These affected […]

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ZenOK Offer Free Online Backup with 21GB storage

ZenOK  was founded by Ron Hessing in 2005 on the belief that data is the most valurable asset people and businesses own today. ZenOK have recently increased their free back up from 2GB to 21GB of storage. “Online Backup for everyone! It is free and remains free, forever!” Ron Hessing – Founder (August 15th, 2011) ZenOK is an experiment in a new kind of Online Backup built on the idea that you should never have to lose your documents, spreadsheets and photos (again), and you should always be able to access the file you want. I know the feeling of losing important […]

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How to easily rename all of the files in one folder in Windows.

Its like this, you took 100 photo’s on your smartphone while you are at the event last week and you want to put them on flickr, photobucket , ImageShack@, Picasa or where ever it is you put your photographs Time is of the essence, you’ve named the photos with people you know in, and now you are bored and left with 98 un-named photos. 🙂    If you put them on your image hosting website entitled IMG0234.JPG etc no one will ever be able to find them in a search (Bad SEO) and it just looks awful. So with these […]

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