This has to be one of the coolest PC’s I’ve ever built. We were given the task to build the fastest PC for Video editing and rendering, with the most storage space we could fit, all without becoming a heater or jet engine for the user sitting in a cubical. The system had to be… Continue reading Badass Custom Built PC 14TB, i7 960, 12GB DDR3, N495GTX, 1KW PSU
So how do you get a batch file to run as an elevated user? For example, I have a batch file that will copy the contents of an XP user’s profile to a Windows 7 user’s profile. The only catch is that the Windows 7 user profile structure is different, and the batch file must… Continue reading Run Windows Applications In Elevated Mode (UAC Prompt) sudo for Windows 7
Credit to “My Science is Better” for the tutorial on installing native 64bit Flash Player 10 on Linux. You can find the article here, but most importantly the script here. chmod +x the script and run it… Since I lost my tapt script, here’s my mirror…
Just found this awesome flow chart to help you decide if you should buy an iPad… http://www.wired.com/geekdad/2010/03/need-some-help-making-that-ipad-decision/
Followed directions from: http://www pretentiousname com/adobe_pdf_x64_fix/index.html (LINK REMOVED) This fixes the PDF Preview Viewer integration with Outlook. This prevents you from having to open the PDF and you can now view it like other office documents. Bug with x64 bit versions of Windows and Adobe. Download it here: adobe_pdf_x64_fix
Yes, I run Ubuntu, and I love it. But the problem is that I need Windows, and a Virtual OS isn’t good enough. Therefore I don’t get the time to use Ubuntu as much as i’d like too. As Ubuntu keeps updating, so do the the features and usability. I always use “sudo apt-get” to… Continue reading Keep track of your apt-get’s with tapt
So you have a Blackberry Enterprise Server running version 5, and you want to disable the Blackberry Browser and force all users, or maybe just a few, to use the Internet Browser instead. Why would you want to do this?
I posted this on the old site, but it’s worth posting again due to the release of Windows 7. This Microsoft KB article outlines the recommended configuration for Anti-Virus programs on almost all versions of Windows. A must see for Administrators! Starts out: “This article contains recommendations that may help you protect a computer that… Continue reading Virus scanning recommendations for Windows 7
Where did adminpak.msi go for Windows 7? If your running Windows 7 and need to manage Server 2003 and Server 2008 remotely, this lets you do it! There’s a x64 and x86 version, so download the right one! I am able to remotely manage my 2003 forest using these tools. Microsoft’s Download Page Microsoft’s Info… Continue reading Windows 7 Remote Server Administration Tools (Adminpak.msi?)
Modify your ShellStyle.dll file found under:
to Auto-Hide or disable completely this FolderBand (which I call the Organize bar).