I use a Linux server for to store all my backups, but today it sent me an email saying “disk failed.”
No need, no need. Or should I say “keep calm and carry on”, because my backup server is a “RAID” system, phew! Using a RAID system means I can take the broken . . . → Read More: Backups: Is your data secure? What if your disk failed today?
Back from a weekend at beautiful Gaunts House in Dorset and my Chrome Web Browser is misbehaving (now fixed—see below). I have several windows each preset to load four or so tabs, and some websites or pages are either not loading or only after some fiddling about. They load in other browsers so . . . → Read More: Google Chrome Browser Broken – Not Loading Some Websites – Webpages
For some time I’ve been annoyed by a feature of Google’s Chrome web browser. You may have noticed that when you open a new window in Chrome, each window is staggered, a little below and to the right of the last, as shown in the image.
This “cascade” is all very well, but means . . . → Read More: New Window Visible – My First Chrome Browser Extension/Addon
When upgrading to Firefox 4 you may find that the menu (File, Edit, View etc) and the “Address bar” are no longer visible, at least on Windows 7.
Firefox 4 Address Bar Broken? Always Blank?
Some, like me, have taken the “Navigation toolbar” for the “Address bar”, and thought it was broken (always blank). . . . → Read More: Firefox 4 Missing Address Bar / Menu Bar