iOS 7 came out a few months ago and already people want to jailbreak. iH8sn0w a Canadian jailbreak dev and members of Evad3rs announced that they have an exploit that apple has yet to patch. They have put development for a iOS 7 jailbreak aside because its practically done. They are currently working on a jailbreak for A4 devices like the iPod touch 4. They want to ensure there one exploit isn't waisted on a buggy version of iOS 7 so they will most likely wait until the most stable release of iOS 7. It is unknown wether or not the new iPads can be jailbroken. But when the exploit is released they are going to bundle it with a jailbreak for all devices that are stuck at 6.1.3 or 6.1.4. Thats good news stay tuned for more jailbreak info or check out the Evad3rs twitter page, ih8sn0ws twitter page and blog.
There are a lot of internet browsers, theres internet explorer, google chrome, mozilla firefox, safari, opera and many more. My personal favorite internet browser is internet explorer 10 and 11. I know you probably want to kill me right now but hear me out, I love google chrome and I find it to be one of the best internet browsers and I still use it today on my laptop. Heres why I don't use google chrome as my daily driver anymore. Google chromes interface is blurry on a screen with a high resolution, it takes up a lot of processing power and it occasionally takes a little while to open. Also it doesn't automatically scale up webpages or its interface if your on a larger screen so webpages appear tiny and the browser looks too large and distorted. If you don't have windows 8 then I highly recommend google chrome instead. On windows 8 internet explorer is part of the operating system and Microsoft rebuilt internet explorer to load faster, perform better and be as compatible as possible. From my experience launching internet explorer takes milliseconds and google chrome takes maybe 2 seconds. Does it really matter, no but IE scales webpages so no matter what size screen your on the webpage will be the correct size with out having to find the zoom option, it is compatible with HTML 5 and CSS 3, todays standards for web design. Try it one day if you don't believe me. I like both but I like IE 10 or 11 better over Google Chrome "my other favorite" try both and you decide. Both internet explorer and google chrome are the best browsers all others don't really compare. I could arguer for weeks about this topic so comment your favorite browser and tell me why.
Every so often we come across that file we have no idea how to open. Out of all the tools we find when we google the extension (.zip, .7z etc..) they look like malware and sometimes cost money. My personal favorite tool that I need everyday is 7-zip. It's free, open source it has no adds it has no popups it just works. Its an extremely lightweight program that can compress files and open some of the weirdest files I have ever seen. The tool is also very powerful and well constructed. Here is a link http://7-zip.org/.