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Advanced Mobile Care for Android

It may not spell out its methods in a Help section, but Advanced Mobile Care is effective at scanning and optimizing your Android system.

By Dec. 5, 2012

4 stars Editor's rating Dec. 5, 2012

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Hack your Android like a pro: Rooting and ROMs explained

There are benefits to rooting your Android smartphone, but it can be a tricky world for beginners. Here are some tips.

By Apr. 15, 2013

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Mac OS X 10.4: Remove Virex 7.5.x

Mac OS X 10.4: Remove Virex 7.5.x

By May. 16, 2005

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FruitMenu continuing to affect Mac App Store log-ins

OS X users running Unsanity's FruitMenu application may not be able to log in to the Mac App Store. Unsanity is apparently working on a fix for this issue, which may be a simple oversight in FruitMenu's code.

By Feb. 23, 2011

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Firefox for Android (Fennec) builds updating 'nightly'

If you've been following the development of Mozilla's Firefox browser for Android phones, you might be interested to know that Mozilla has just begun releasing nightly updates of Firefox Mobile (code-name Fennec) for Android.

By May. 19, 2010

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EpsonShare author posts tutorial for "fixing" problems with Epson Updater

EpsonShare author posts tutorial for "fixing" problems with Epson Updater

By Jan. 31, 2000

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Persistent 'Faster Browser Search' overtaking Safari's default search

Apparently, a number of people have been frustrated by a plug-in that was developed in this way, which changes Safari's default search engine to "Fast Browser Search," which no obvious way to change this back.

By Feb. 4, 2010

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3 apps that uninstall apps on OS X the right way

Dragging an app to the trash on OS X does uninstall it, but often times files are left behind. These files can add up, taking up precious space on your machine. We have found 3 OS X apps that uninstall apps on OS X.

By Jun. 27, 2011

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Console error message: 'Throttling respawn: Will start in 10 seconds'

After running your system for a while and using various applications, you may receive an error stating, "Throttling Respawn: Will start in 10 seconds," over and over again. These messages are usually associated with a plist file and will repeat every 10 seconds for as long as the system is booted.

By Aug. 25, 2010

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Utilities Updates: DragThing�5.1.1; Welian NetDiagX�1.0; StatusMonitors�1.1; more

Utilities Updates: DragThing 5.1.1; Welian NetDiagX 1.0; StatusMonitors 1.1; more

By Apr. 26, 2004