CNET certainly gets a kick out of criticizing security issues of Microsoft products, but how good is its own most basic security measures?
Update (2019-10-30): The scripts were moved to GitHub. This article introduces two PowerShell scripts that help you find the wallpaper location in Windows 7 and later. Previously, The WinHelpOnline Blog published two scripts in the VBScript language, one for retrieving the location of Wallpaper on Windows 7 (4 February 2010) and one for doing soContinue reading “Finding wallpaper locations in Windows 7 and later”
One day, in an IT training center somewhere in this world, one professor told her students that they were acting unduly proud of their meager development skills. To make it a case, that professor gave her students an assignment: Develop a Windows app that does nothing! Sounds easy, right? Well, it proved harder than youContinue reading “Mission Impossible: Develop a program that does nothing!”