Category: Windows

Burning Videos to DVDs

Lifehacker has an article explaining how to burn any video file to a playable DVD using free software, either DVD Flick or Free DVD Creator. DVD Flick is my favorite of the two. It lets you add menus, subtitles, and custom audio tracks. It works with 45 different file types. DVD Flick is open source
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Antivirus XP 2008 Is Bogus

A recent Sterling, Virginia customer got hit by a fake warning that her computer had been infected by a virus. But it was just a pop-up browser window that, when clicked, actually installed malware on her computer. To add insult to injury, the malware installed is called Antivirus XP 2008. So you think it’s there
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PDF software.. not just from Adobe

PDF, standing for Portable Document Format, is a common format used for sending read-only files. While it was invented by Adobe in 1993, it is now an open standard. So Adobe and others now make some useful PDF tools. PDF Readers Of course, you can get the free Acrobat Reader from Adobe. If you want
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