Monthly Archives: March 2012

CompTIA A+ update

By on March 21, 2012

CompTIA A+ certification validates foundation-level knowledge and skills necessary for a career in IT support. It is the starting point for a career in IT. The international, vendor-neutral certification proves competence in … read more →

Which Mobile Operating System is Right for You?

By on March 18, 2012

When choosing a mobile device, whether it’s a tablet, smartphone, or even an MP3 Player, you want to make sure the device is right for you. The operating system is the main … read more →

Frame Rates and their Impact on Different Game Genres

By on March 17, 2012

In the following guide, I will talk about Frames per second so before starting, some notes should be stated: I will refer to Frames per Second as F/S just to differentiate from … read more →

The New iPad is…an iPad

By on March 12, 2012

No doubt you will all have seen the new iPad by now, with it’s Retina Display and other goodies. What intrigues me is the name.  We have had the iPad, the iPad2 … read more →

How to Setup a D-Link Router

By on March 11, 2012

In this Tutorial we will be using a D-Link DIR 655 wireless router connected to a Charter Communications Cable Modem. We will not be using the D-Link installation CD, but will instead manually configure … read more →

Linux Desktop Environments

By on March 8, 2012

Introduction In a world in which desktop environments have become an everyday feature on computers, a user migrating to the world of Linux from one of the two larger operating systems, Microsoft … read more →

How To: Installing Fonts in Linux Mint/Ubuntu

By on March 6, 2012

Most Linux distributions only come with a few installed system fonts for you to use. But what if you need to use a fancy font for a birthday invitation? Or you are … read more →

How to Power Cycle Your Broadband Devices

By on March 5, 2012

If you are experiencing network connection issue – wired or wireless, a simple Power Cycle will often correct the problem to refresh the network electronic devices and reinitialize their configuration and also … read more →

Ultra light PCs – Cotton Candy and Rasberry Pi

By on March 1, 2012

It’s been an interesting week for enthusiasts who prefer ultra-compact PCs. FXI Technologies Inc, have recently announced the launch of the Cotton Candy ultra-compact PC. Cotton Candy is a PC the size of a … read more →

Cable Management Tutorial

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In this tutorial, I will try my best to walk you through basic cable management. What you will need: Zip-Ties Zip-Tie Mounts Scissors or other preferred cutting device Patience This is not … read more →