I am using this article as the basis.. http://www.computerworld.com/s/article/9223066/Tech_Trends_You_ll_See_in_2012?taxonomyId=158&pageNumber=1 1.. Dual-Core Processors Become the Norm in Smartphones This is great news, Nothing better than a high power phone. Quad core? Way to go. Do these smartphones come with flip out magnifiers such that people with less than 20-20 vision can see what is on screen?… Continue reading Tech trends in 2012?
.. you may just have been given a shiny new computer. After the Windows 7 configuration part finally completes, remember to download ALL Windows software updates first, followed up by an anti-virus solution. I always suggest that Microsoft Security Essentials is used. When all is completed, you should be good to go.. See? Santa… Continue reading Tomorrow, December 25th..
I took the title from here.. http://www.ghacks.net/2011/12/20/how-will-we-control-the-computers-of-tomorrow/ To be honest, I am getting a little tired of being told how I should interact or will have t interact with MY computer. It would appear that others are too. Why didn’t cars of the future travel on a cushion of air? Well, directional control is an… Continue reading How will we control the computers of tomorrow?
No, I have not lost my mind and bought one. I was asked if I could get it to connect to a Wi-fi network. The answer.. yes and no. I couldn’t get it to connect at the client location, but it connected to my wireless network in seconds. I have some work to do at… Continue reading Tablets.. The Blackberry Playbook..
I have a four year old grand-daughter who took a shine to computers three years ago and some. She used to watch me fix them, and when she was old enough that she could walk, she would hold a flashlight for me such that I could see what I was doing inside a desktop case.… Continue reading Mice for little hands..
Ha-ha. Pull the other one. More like ‘out of the pan and into the fire’!! From the point where the Toshiba laptop started to lay down its Windows 7 –64-bit image from the recovery partition, it has taken over five hours.. yes that is … 5 hours.. and it has JUST finished installing the first… Continue reading Out of the box and ready to run?
This is an interesting article.. http://www.computerworld.com/s/article/9222756/Dell_pulls_back_from_netbook_market?source=rss_latest_content&utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+computerworld%2Fnews%2Ffeed+%28Latest+from+Computerworld%29 It talks about the demise of the Dell netbook range. As it states at the end, Dell was not a big player in the netbook market, but it does show that the netbook market is losing its heart. Could it be the fact that netbooks are too small and… Continue reading Small screens and low power..
The modifications I made to the Styrofoam base appear to have worked. Just to put you in the picture.. The black part is the case, the brown part is the floor, and the white part is the modified Styrofoam. The idea behind it is to keep the case off the floor such that it doesn’t… Continue reading No more Kernel power (Event ID 41) errors
When it has been Metroed. I was walking through the Nuclear Medicine department in one of our local hospitals recently. There was a technician sitting in a large cubicle. She had the task of monitoring two MRI machines, and had two large LCD panels in front of her. Both LCDs were running multiple windows. I… Continue reading When is a desktop not a desktop?
This is a Silenx EFZ-120HA4.. supplied with one 120mm fan This is what I have in my main system. It works well and I can’t hear it. I like that.. The ends of the heatsink, the sides that you can’t see, are shrouded. This prevents heat falling out over the video card and chipset heatsinks… Continue reading Badge engineering, but it’s the fan and CPU technology which cut the mustard..
I have had one ongoing problem with my production machine since putting it together. Every few weeks, it would shut down. There was no indication, and it wasn’t to a time, just purely random. Last week, I decided that I would look in Event Viewer, and I found that it was experiencing a kernel power… Continue reading AHCI.. yes, there’s more