It’s been two days since Microsoft released a new version of their OS. Many of you might already have switched to Windows 8 and then realied that Microsoft Bing is used as a primary search engine. It is one of my first bad experiences with Windows 8 (where is my Start button, Microsoft!?).
Statistics says that from the all people who use internet, in the age of 17-76, just 9,5% of them are doing data backups regularly, 22,4 % are doing backups "from time to time" and 17% are not doing backups at all. The rest (~13%) says that it's not a problem for them because they don't keep any important data on their computers.
If you are receiving a lots of e-mails daily, you are surely facing problems whith organizing your work. Here are some tips that you may find helpful.
There is a way to get into your operating system without knowing the password. You can create a new password for your account. All you need is another operating system from which you can get access to your hard drive. This can be, for example, a Linux live CD environment (Linux on CD which does not require installation), or even DVD installation disc of Windows. The following steps are an example demonstrating how to get back your password with installation CD of Windows 7.
The *.gpg is a privacy guard file used by GnuPG, the GNU project's complete and free implementation of the OpenPGP. That means you have to decrypt it first to see what's inside.
What do I need to open files encrypted with PGP?