By default all links posted in the comments under your articles are turned by WordpPress into links.
Unfortunately, this features encourages spammers to post many unwanted comments in your blog.
To disable turning URLs from comments into actual links, go to your admin area and then navigate to Appearance -> Editor.
Select the functions.php file from the right column and add the following line just above the closing php tag ( ?> ):
remove_filter('comment_text', 'make_clickable', 9);
Then, I purged all caches and reloaded one post. Then there are no hyper-link in comments. Theses links are just pure text now, not clickable.
I us IObit Uninstaller to clean my Windows 7. There is one program I found in the list, called Slick Savings.
I have never install this program on purpose. Actually, I don’t think I saw this name before.
So I check it by Google. It sounds like a bundle program came with other software.
Based on the information from search results 1.
Slick Savings is an ad-supported (users may see additional banner, search, pop-up, pop-under, interstitial and in-text link advertisements) cross web browser plugin for Internet Explorer (BHO) and Firefox/Chrome (plugin) and distributed through various monetization platforms during installation. The browser extension includes various features that will modify the default or custom settings of the browser including the home page, search settings and in some cases will modify Internet Explorer’s load time threshold, place a lock file within Firefox to prevent competing software from changing its settings as well as disable the browser’s Content Security Policy in order to allow for cross site scripting of the plugin.
It is simply to let IObit Uninstaller to remove Slick Savings. The alternative method can be found here.
I checked Event Viewer, and found the error below:
The CIR Receiver service failed to start due to the following error:
The service cannot be started, either because it is disabled or because it has no enabled devices associated with it.
It is a repeaded error. It happened when PC booting.
It looks like the hardware driver problem, which is a CIR Receiver. I googled it and found the Hauppauge Consumer Infrared Receiver. I remembered that I installed Haupauge WINTV-USB2-FM Analog NTSC TV Stick before, and it has a remoter controler with a USB receiver.
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Every time I upgrade my Ubuntu desktop, a new kernels comes in. Then I have a new kernel and old one will never be used.
Time by time. I have 6 or more kernels in the booting list and I don’t want to see. How can I remove them.
I got the way to do this cleaning job.
1) Check my current kernel I use by command as below:
The response tells the current version number
2) Open the Synaptic package manager from the System->Administration menu.
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The office computer always displayed a Symantec warning, which said Adware.roogoo is found and removed last week. I trust this virus is not removed, because this warning window poped every day.
I search Symantec site.
Adware.Roogoo is adware that installs a Layered Service Provider that monitors network traffic. The risk reports Google search terms back to its controlling domain and may display pop-up advertisements.
A lot of Ad popup windows every day.
I have to fixit by myself.
The steps as below:
1) Download LSPFix.exe
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