If you’re like me, you’ve had your dedicated HTPC a few years now, and while it’s still more than serviceable, it might be lacking in one particular area if you jumped on the SSD bandwagon a few years ago – disk space. My primary HTPCs are equipped with rather anemic 60 to 64GB SSD drives more »
If you have HTPCs and kids in your home, you can probably relate to what this little tip is about. It’s nothing new, but I’m hoping some of you may just never have thought to do this before to save your HTPCs from experiencing an unexpected shutdown due to button-loving children.
I thought I would share this since it caused me to scratch my head a bit. I had to use a 1TB drive from a spare system of mine as an unRAID replacement after a drive failure last week. Well, that system was my decommissioned desktop and I still used it to do encoding and more »
A driver is a utility that determines how your computer will communicate with an input/output device (such as a printer or a scanner). To ensure your computer and all the peripheral devices are working properly you need to download drivers for each device and update them whenever a newer version comes out. Some of the more »
I came across this by accident and thought I would include it. I’m not absolutely certain what it does (I suppose I could Google it), but it could shave a few seconds off of your Windows 7 boot time if you have a multi-core CPU. It takes only a minute of your time to do more »