Friday, April 24, 2009

Recent News To Note: AMD Phenom II X4 955 Unleashed!

Records are being smashed with AMD's New Phenom II X4 955! It has been overclocked to 6.5GHz while being supercooled by a liquid nitrogen cooling system.

AMD might be in the run again with this new processor with a significant performance increase over previous AMD chips and against competing Intel products. Benchmarks show greater performance for the X4 955 ($245), than Intel’s new Core 920 i7 ($289) in photo filtering, slideshow rendering and gaming.

Read more HERE.

Set Up Gmail As Your Default Mail Application (MAC or PC)

Have you ever clicked on a "contact us" link and your Microsoft mail application starts up only to tell you that you haven't set up your email account. That is probably because you don't use Microsoft. Shortly thereafter you think, "Aaagh, I wish gmail will just load." Well here is how to do that (on a MAC or PC)!

First follow this link and download the Gmail Notifer...
I know, now you're thinking there is going to be another start up program in your tray... but don't worry, we'll fix that.

Next, run the program and uncheck the "Run on startup" box:

Then enter your password:

Finally, right click the mail icon at the bottom right-hand corner of your screen and click exit:

That is it! Now go find all the Mailto: links you can find and be amazed!

Note: The gmail app will log on to whoever used gmail last. So if you have more than one gmail account, make sure you are sending it from the right account! This can be done by visiting and noting what account shows up.

For Mac users it is very similar:

1) Download the Google Notifier and run it.
2) Go to Preferences by Click the Mail icon on the Menu bar
3) Select the Gmail tab
4)Uncheck the "Start on Login" and "Display Message Count" option, and choose Gmail as the program from the "Default Email Program" drop-down menu.
5) Enjoy the convenience of Gmail as your default app!