To help alleviate this situation, we are going to move the user folders (Documents, Downloads, Music and Videos) to the secondary hard drive. If this is not done correctly though, applications that look for these files will just think they're missing and future files will continue to be stored on the small primary drive. This article will walk you through the steps to perform this move properly so that this don't occur.
Overview When attempting to activate volume license versions of Windows 10 you can often end up experiencing problems. This article will explain how to determine if this is the problem you're experiencing as well as how to successfully activate Windows. The Symptoms With this issue, when you attempt to activate a volume license version of … Continue reading Windows 10 Activation Failure
Flashing Screen & Windows 10 As of the time of writing this article, I have just received my new laptop. This system is to replace my primary HP laptop that died a few months ago after being in faithful service for over 10 years. Here's what I got. System Specifications Alienware 17 R3 Microsoft Windows 10 Professional Intel … Continue reading Flashing Screen & Hyper-V in Windows 10
I came across this article on building a "Hackintosh". According to the article "A hackintosh is simply any non-Apple hardware that has been made—or “hacked”—to run Mac OS X." Now I'm not a big Apple fan. I run mostly Microsoft technologies (yes, I'm a bit of a fan boy) and some Linux systems as well. … Continue reading Guide to Building a Hackintosh
If the government puts a GPS tracker in any of your personal effects, it constitutes a search. This is a huge win for privacy, over-invasive government and personal freedom.
The IBM® Sametime Connect client allows you to customize the messages that show when you're in different statuses (e.g. available, away, in a meeting, etc.). These messages are stored in a simple XML format so they are easy to edit.
The NSA has been listening and recording through your mobile phone for years whether it's on or off ("Clapper Program"). Now Kaspersky Labs has found spyware hidden inside the firmware of hard drives made by most major manufacturers.