Okay, so this is for the 'advanced folks' and I am dead serious.
The article takes me back to the 'good old days' when we LIVED in the registry and hacked the hell out of it!!!
I HIGHLY advise you make a FULL backup of your system prior to attempting anything related to this article! I'm DEAD SERIOUS!
Solid State Drives (SSDs) have a great potential to speed up your system, and they're becoming mainstream with prices dropping and the technology maturing. SSDs are faster, have no moving parts, use less power, are quieter, less succeptible to physical shock, with lower access time and latency than traditional mechanical hard disk drives (HDDs).
However, SSDs use memory chips to store data, which makes them quite different than traditional mechanical drives and most current OSes are still not tuned by default to use this type of storage media to its full potential. It may take a bit of knowledge and tinkering to setup and tune the SSDs and squeeze that last bit of potential and improve their reliability.
Paul does an unboxing of the new 27in Asus MX279H 27 which is actually pretty cool looking.
Check out the video below.
Hmmm... I'm listening.
If you have multiple PCs in your home or small office, you can save time and look professional by storing your documents and media on one PC and using network sharing to access them across all your computers and devices. This prevents you from having to store duplicate copies of files and reduces confusion when trying to find which PC a file is stored on. Additionally, you only really need to worry about backing up one PC (though for safety's sake you should always back up everything on a regular basis.)
This was my favorite KickStarter program last year and I decided to put together a video showing you all how easy it is to setup and then, utilize ALL your nertwork connections you simply are not taking advantage of.
Check out the video on YouTube here, or just watch it below.
I put together this video to show you how a simple, yet necessary little setting on your wirless router could really help you speed things up!
I do use a piece of software called Wireless NetView which you can download now and follow along!
It also features what I am calling 'Bad Curser'... he's... he's a real smart-ass!