Below is a list of the latest additions to SavageReactor:
How to stop Assassin's Creed stuttering during kills - 5th January
How to stop Assassin's Creed from stuttering whenever you get into a fight or interact with characters.
Warning to users of Symantec/Norton Anti-Virus and Internet Security - 11th March
You are at risk from malware infection if you search Google, MSN, Yahoo and possibly other search engines for 'pifts.exe'. Details follow.
How to change the Netbeans IDE look and feel - 11th March
This article explains how to change the look and feel that's applied to the Netbeans IDE.
How Bandwidth Throttling has the Opposite Effect - 13th February
A look into how bandwidth throttling will in the long run, cause the Internet to slow down even more.
Remove the 'Send feedback' Titlebar Link in Windows 7 Beta - 11th January
As with all beta versions of Windows, Microsoft include a link to 'send feedback' in the titlebar of every dialog. This guide provides a Registry file and manual instructions for removing it.
Using Dual Monitor Wallpapers in Windowx XP & Vista - 31st December
Dual monitors have been around for a long time, yet still Microsoft hasn't included support for a single wallpaper to span all monitors. You can however use dual-monitor wallpapers in Windows with a little bit of fiddling.
Safely Redirecting with an Open URL Parameter in PHP - 14th December
This article discusses methods for performing open re-directs safely using PHP.
HowTo: Setup a Left4Dead Dedicated Server on Linux - 13th December
This tutorial explains how to setup a Left4Dead (L4D) dedicated server on Linux.
Creating a Ghost System Backup - 8th December
This tutorial will explain in detail how to create a Norton Ghost bootable CD using Nero, configure your BIOS to boot that CD, and to subsequently perform a full system backup using Norton Ghost.
Java: Changing the Look and Feel - 22nd November
I've noticed that applications that don't use the "Metal" look and feel tend to get some ugly distortions on some operating systems, as such, it can sometimes be helpful to over-ride the system default look and feel, and force your own.