Seagate to Encrypt Data on Hard Drives | Monday, 30 October 2006 | 18:06
Seagate, using their new DriveTrust Technology will automatically encrypts every bit of data stored on the hard drive and require users to have a key, or password, before being able to access the disk drive.
Some new features include in line spell-checking, anti-phishing features, the renaming of the "Go" menu to "History", and a "Go" button that you cannot remove. At least they made the go button much smaller.
Windows Vista Boot Sequence | Sunday, 1 October 2006 | 08:43
Anyone who dual-boots Linux and Windows knows that Windows comandeers the master boot record and that Microsoft steadfastly refuses to introduce any flexibility into its handling of MBRs.
However, Microsoft has grudgingly given some ground to critics of this "nuke-first-ask-questions-later" approach with Vista. But will it be enough to satisfy users who want to run more than one OS? Sadly, the answer is no.