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.
Samsung 840 EVO SSD 500gb SATA III, – I got one a little while back, and I’ve been using it for just about one year now. That being said, let’s get the benchmarks for the Samsung 840 EVO SSD out of the way. Samsung 840 EVO … 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