Monthly Archives: April 2012

How to Test for Fake Flash Memory

By on April 24, 2012

Flash memory in this day and age is essential for mobile data storage. With the price competitiveness of the flash memory market and their applications in a wide range of mobile storage … read more →

Configuring an AP or Client Bridge Router Behind a Firewall or Security Appliance

By on April 22, 2012

This tutorial can be utilized in a business network environment. This is based on my knowledge of how to configure a Buffalo AP (Access Points)/Bridge Router (other Brands and Models of AP/Bridge … read more →

What’s the Best Router….an update…

By on April 19, 2012

I have blogged on ‘What’s the Best Router’ on April 1st 2012 and I want to give an update regarding my recent experience with the D-Link DIR 655 Router. The setup took … read more →

MS Office 2010 versions, pricing and licensing options

By on April 16, 2012

OFFICE 2010 SUITE LINE-UP Microsoft introduces some novelties in Office 2010: One is the discontinuation of old Stockkeeping Units (SKUs), namely, Office Small Business and Office Enterprise along with the introduction of … read more →

AGP, PCI and PCI-Express – A Primer

By on April 14, 2012

One of the questions we often get asked is, “What kind of card can I put in my PC?” To answer that we often ask what type of slots are available. Being … read more →

A Guide to Choosing your Linux Distribution

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If, like myself, you have decided that you want a change from expensive, high maintenance computing, or you simply wish to sample the delights of open source computing, then one of the … read more →

EU Forces Apple Turnaround

By on April 3, 2012

Yes, I nearly said “Apple Turnover” but I thought that might be pushing my luck. Last year an Italian court fined Apple for only providing a 1 year warranty on its products. … read more →

What’s the Best Router?

By on April 1, 2012

Selecting the right router and what’s applicable for your network can be difficult. It can depend on your ISP and the type of Broadband (DSL/ADSL, Fiber, Cable or Satellite) connection you have; … read more →

How to Perform a System Restore To Factory Settings

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This tutorial will guide you on how to do a system restore on your Windows computer. Below make sure you read and follow only the tutorial that matches your computer. If an … read more →