A long time Synergy user, I recently came across “Mouse Without Borders” – and I have to say I’m very impressed. Basically it is software that shares a single keyboard and mouse, between two (or more) physical computer screens.
Don’t know where I’d be without it!
After a hard day in the office, just before closing the ‘shop’ for the day, I took a look at my new office wattage monitor thingy.
YOU HAVE GOT TO BE KIDDING! I screamed at myself, feeling absurdly guilty for living. Then I realised it was the backups causing 20 odd hard disks to spin ‘off their hinges’.
Time for a change
Comodo want your business.
So much so, that they’re offering a very compelling suite of programs – for free!
Came across this blog some time ago, and it never ceases to amaze.
Yes, I know he uses some fantastic (and very expensive), kit – but it’s the £100,000 worth of talent and skill that produces these shots.
Well, I have to say I’m really confused.
Only a few days ago I posted about Bit Rot being the scourge of the free world, and now it rears its ugly head once more.
Evidence on the left.
I would pay good money to work out what is causing this?
Does Bit Rot exist?
Well folks, after several horrendous issues with digital image corruption, I have to say, yes it does!
And it’s really painful too.
Right from the outset, when I first started UKtech, I knew I would have to protect my customers data.
You do protect your customer’s information, don’t you?
Yep, networked attached storage (NAS) sure is riding the cusp of the wave right now, with more and more folk jumping on the bandwagon.
But…£400 barely buys you something to house 4 hard disks.
Want to know how to do this on the cheap?
Basically, CPU power is now way beyond what most people require – if your machine is too slow, you probably have one or more of the following issues:
~ A virus/spyware/malware infection
~ Too much loading at startup
~ A hard disk, instead of a solid state hard disk