A couple of days ago I clicked a legit-looking result from a Google search and got to a page of hackery-looking type saying that my system now belonged to somebody else. I backed away fast, but tried it again out of curiosity and the same thing happened. I didn't cap the screen and now I can't find the page, but can somebody hijack my computer (Mac running Safari this week for some reason) just because I clicked a link? This might be a laughable question, but since this has never happened to me before I don't know how seriously to take it!
Advice on making a website work with Internet Explorer. [more inside]
I'm running IIS on Windows 7 to test a website locally. How can I access my local site through my virtual machines? [more inside]
Need to find an alternative to MyHQ.com. MyHQ is a web-based homepage that is simply lists of links that you can add to, customize, and organize into categories. You set it as your homepage, and voila!, every place you regularly visit on the internet is right in front of you. Their site is currently down, which has happened before, but this time I fear its for reals. I am literally lost without it (not to mention the 100+ organized links that I no longer have access to). [more inside]
I can't connect to a couple of sites from any browser. One of them being Wikipedia. [more inside]
How do i use two separate instances of firefox at the same time? [more inside]
Looking for a solution for a flash based photography website to not look small on big monitors, and not look too big on small monitors. [more inside]
I want to take advantage of mf my new MacBook Pro's Intel chip: what's the best way in install and run Windows Vista on it? [more inside]