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Revealer

Password Revealer (only 65 kB – Windows 95/98/Me/NT) is a utility that can show you most passwords that are typed in a password edit box (those that hide the password and show asterisks instead). Bring the password box on the screen, run Password Revealer, and click the button to reveal the password. That’s all. Please […]

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Despite the enedible take over of Googles chrome because of it’s less nazi like (ssl) system and better performance then Firefox… Firefox still holds it’s own. (For now) Mozilla has announced the official release of the second Firefox 3.1 beta. This version introduces the new private browsing mode feature and several other noteworthy changes. The […]

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Microsoft Midori

Microsoft’s upcoming Windows 7 might just be the salve to soothe Windows Vista ouchies, but what Windows fans really want is something that hasn’t yet been announced. Mary-Jo of All About Microsoft says that internally, there’s a project called Singularity that’s designed to solve all kinds of shortcomings in current operating systems, upending the traditional […]

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Ubuntu 8.10 Alpha 1

Steve Langasek has announced the availability of the delayed first alpha release of Ubuntu 8.10, code name “Intrepid Ibex”: “Welcome to Intrepid Ibex Alpha 1, which will in time become Ubuntu 8.10. Alpha 1 is the first in a series of milestone CD images that will be released throughout the Intrepid development cycle. The primary […]

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This represents a rapid turnaround for Mac OS X version updates, with the last point upgrade having been released just one month ago (May 28th). The new update, however, is a requirement for some of the features of Apple’s upcoming MobileMe service. Update: Alongside OS X 10.5.4, Apple also released Security Update 2008-004 for users […]

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