Monthly Archives: August 2013

Getting Nvidia-drivers to work on Ubuntu 12.10

After installing Ubuntu 12.10 Quantal Quetzal on my development-machine i noticed that i wasn’t running on the Nvidia drivers for my GeForce GTX 560 Ti. And to make matters worse, the proprietary drivers didn’t work either. So i set out on a Google-hunt to find myself a solution. It seems like there currently is a bug in 12.10 which […]

The Chromebook

THE $249 LAPTOP FROM GOOGLE An ultraportable, sleek laptop for everyday adventures. It weighs 2.4 pounds and has over 6.5 hours of battery life, so you can bring it anywhere and use it everywhere. via The new Samsung Chromebook – For Everyone.


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Pebble Watch

E-Paper Watch for iPhone and Android Pebble.

FDISK /MBR rewrites the Master Boot Record

The MS-DOS Fdisk utility usually updates the master boot record (MBR) only if no master boot record exists. Repartitioning with Fdisk does not rewrite this information. via FDISK /MBR rewrites the Master Boot Record.

Verizon Mobile Broadband Manager

Verizon 4G LTE USB Modem UML295 The Verizon Mobile Broadband Manager application provides access to enhanced services e.g. VPN access and is not required for device activation or basic connectivity Internet access. If the enhanced services are not needed, the Web Interface can be utilized to manage connectivity and settings. via knowledge_base – Verizon Wireless.

Protect your synced data in Chrome

Protect your synced dataWhen you sign in to Chrome and enable sync, Chrome keeps your information secure by using your Google Account credentials to encrypt your synced passwords. Alternatively, you can choose to encrypt all of your synced data with a sync passphrase. This sync passphrase is stored on your computer and isnt sent to […]

Windows Back up and restore: frequently asked questions

Back up and restore: frequently asked questions Here are answers to some common questions about backing up and restoring files. via Back up and restore: frequently asked questions.

What backup settings should I use to maximize my disk space?

Windows Backup provides you with the flexibility of managing the disk space that is used by your backups. After you set up Windows Backup, you can view how much disk space is being used by the backup and how much free space you have on the disk that your backups are being saved on by […]

Instant Search is not finding items – Outlook

If searches in Microsoft Office Outlook 2007 don’t locate the items you’re looking for, the most common reason is that the indexing of your Outlook data files is incomplete. Also, if you or your organization are using encryption for message security, this can prevent some of your e-mail messages from being found during a search. […]

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