I’ve been seeing a weird glitch in recent versions of FireFox. For what it’s worth; I’m running version 38. While I’d seen it a few times before, I didn’t know what it was. However the issue occurred on my PC just yesterday while I was … Read More
Setting a Ricoh Printer to use SNTP for Date/Time is as simple as 1-2-3. How to set the (Simple Network Time Protocol) SNTP setting on a Ricoh Printer to fetch the correct time automatically: Telling a Ricoh printer to fetch the correct time from the … Read More
Just a quick post to explain a workaround for a rather poorly made installation/configuration utility from HP. I was recently tasked with upgrading an HP Thin Client t510, a rather popular ThinClient, running the HP ThinPro OS. HP has a couple different OS’s for their … Read More
If your Windows PC (or most likely your laptop) has this little thing listed under (in Windows 7) Control Panel -> Network and Internet -> Network Connections, called a Microsoft Virtual Wifi Miniport Adapter, then you can do more with your wifi besides simply using … Read More
You love windows 7, I love windows 7, we all do. So to help you hold on as long as possible, here’s a way to save your activation for when you reinstall.
I got a Samsung 840EVO 500gb SATA III drive a little while back, and I’ve been using it for just about one year now. That being said, let’s get the benchmarks out of the way. Initial Performance Tests on a SATA II System When I … Read More
This is a paper about the Internet Transport Layer TCP/UDP. It was written by Marko Bekric, for South East European University. It was submitted to Electronics Fanboy by the author to be posted. Internet Transport Layer TCP/UDP By, Marko Bekric Abstract The TCP/UDP is a … Read More
The Intro How often have you had to deal with the headache of manually cd C:/Program\Files your way around in windows 7? I love windows, and I use it for my everyday, but if there’s anything windows lacks, it’s a decent command prompt. Look at … Read More