Would You Like Some Cheese With That Whine?
Apple has actually created a tool for all the cry babies that don’t want the free U2 album:
Remove iTunes gift album “Songs of Innocence” from your iTunes music library and purchases
Because beating up on Apple/iSheep is fun…
Apple Pay is as safe as your selfies, says PayPal ad
Dear iPhone 6 users, welcome to 2012!
A brief history of Samsung mocking Apple announcements
TweakHound.com has been around for over 12 years now. In that time I’ve seen darn near every tech/computer site that was around back then disappear.
One site that has hung on and still does it old school is Overclockers Australia. I’m glad they are still around.
Google Chrome Software Removal Tool
This is a weird one.
“If you notice Chrome behaving strangely (for example, showing you unusual startup pages, toolbars, or pop-up ads you can’t get rid of), it may be due to an unwanted program on your computer.”
Well gee wiz. Ya think?
“You may be able to fix the problem by downloading and running the Software Removal Tool. Think of this as a “factory reset” of Chrome. It restores Chrome’s original settings and removes programs that affect its behavior.”
Here are some interesting links that were brought to my attention this week:
How to determine the appropriate page file size for 64-bit versions of Windows
How to easily delete your online accounts
This one was kinda long but the gist of it (as I understood it) was this guy has 2 raided SSD’s and 2 raided 2TB hard drives. He wants some software that will basically make the SSD’s cache for the hard drives. Essentially creating a hybrid setup.
I’ve got no clue on this one. If anyone has a suggestion, let me know.