This page contains great resources from many different categories in regards to computers. Below is a list to choose from. This page will be updated as useful and fun resources are discovered.
Information and resources about the Linux Operating System.
The Idea behind OldApps.com is
ingeniously simple. Our mission is to provide our users with a wide
assortment of current versions of familiar software, and their
predecessors, for free. Our database is maintained up to date with
older versions of software as they become readily available. Our
users can be assured that this process involves our careful and
meticulous screening of each individual program and version listed
Our pledge is that our users will never end up with any malware,
trojans, and/or any other variation of viruses.
CPU-World.com website started as a side project to
show off pictures of Gennadiy's CPU collection. Initially the
pictures had a short note attached describing the frequency, package
and the number of pins, but eventually more detailed chip
specifications were added to the site, and the site was expanded
with chip (primarily CPU) related information - identification,
sockets, pinouts, S-Spec numbers, etc. After more than 8 years after
the website was launched, we feature more than 7500+ CPU / FPU / MCU
pages, 5000+ S-Spec numbers with about 1800 S-Spec numbers for
engineerings / qualifications samples, more than 400 AMD stepping
codes, and wealth of other data. Recently we added CPU comparison
pages, and also started to cover CPU industry news.
This site will help you to make your own DVD, Blu-ray, AVI, MKV, MP4
etc that can be played on your standalone DVD Player, Blu-ray
Player, Media Center or portable device from video sources like DVD,
Video, TV, DV, AVCHD or downloaded movie clips like AVI, MKV, MP4,
WMV, Flash, etc.
This is a collection of drivers for vintage hardware, as collected and contributed by the upstanding members of the VOGONS Forums.