Drone used to Hack Corporate Network

By | October 11, 2015

A research center at the Singapore University of Technology and Design created a project which uses a drone with an attached smart phone to steal documents sent to wireless a printers. In order carry out this task they developed two applications. Cybersecurity Patrol which is used to detect open WiFi printers and automatically notify the organization’s IT department.… Read More »

Would you like to become a guest author for Rizonesoft.com?

By | October 9, 2015

Would you like to become a guest author for Rizonesoft.com? We are looking for guest authors to help us grow Rizonesoft and do their part for the tech community. When selected as a guest author you can post about Windows, SEO, Programming or review other useful tools and utilities. Teach people about anything tech related. If you have… Read More »

Rizonesoft needs You

By | October 4, 2015

Rizonesoft was created to give something back to the software community. We give everything away for free and this means we depend on our community (you) to make a contribution. Without your support we will never be able to reach our dreams. The easiest way for you to contribute to Rizonesoft is to make a small donation, but… Read More »

Microsoft Windows Complete History

By | October 4, 2015

Microsoft Windows has been in development for over 30 years. Every release with more enhancements and features than its predecessor. There has been some winning releases and also some duds, but it is not difficult to see why Windows is the most popular computer operating system on the market to date. We have prepared a breakdown of the… Read More »

Disable Windows 10 Updates using Group Policies

By | October 4, 2015

I understand why Microsoft would think it’s a good idea to force us to keep Windows 10 up-to-date, but for some of us data is expensive. Fortunately there is a way to disable Windows 10 constantly downloading Updates in the background. If you are running Windows 10 Home edition, this trick will not work. However, take a look… Read More »

Cookies Complience

By | October 4, 2015

If a business is based in the UK you are legally required to tell visitors that your website uses cookies or other tracking technologies. Rizonesoft.com is not based in the UK, but we figured it would be a good idea to let our visitors about our use of cookies. When you visit Rizonesoft.com you will see a bar… Read More »

Turn on Windows 10 metered connection

By | September 22, 2015

With Windows 10 updates are mandatory and will always run in the background. This can be tough on your data usage. With exploits being discovered every day; keeping Windows up to date is a good idea, but if you have a limited internet connection or you are tathering from your phone there must be a solution for controlling… Read More »

Rizonesoft is getting a new look

By | September 20, 2015

Things have been moving a little slower here at Rizonesoft, mainly because of my day job keeping me busy from Mondays to Fridays. However, I will do my best to give Rizonesoft the attention it deserves. Sometimes, life just gets in the way, but I know this is not an excuse. From now on I will spend a… Read More »

BIOS Beep Codes Viewer 1 Build 1036 Released

By | June 15, 2015

I finally got around to re-releasing the BIOS Beep Codes Viewer. This time around I replaced the icon with a nicer looking one. I worked on the interface and databases a little. I hope everyone likes the result. For those of you who are not familiar with the BIOS Beep Codes Viewer, below is a description about what… Read More »

Remove the TeamViewer QuickConnect title bar button

By | June 14, 2015

TeamViewer is my only choice when it comes to remotely controlling another PC for free. It has many features not found in other similar products. It is extremely easy to use and works on pretty much any device. TeamViewer can be used on Windows, Mac, Linux and most mobile devices. I mainly use it on my Windows 8.1… Read More »