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256GB SATA III SSD comparison
Written by Danrok   
Sunday, 04 November 2012 20:09

This chart details the specifications of a selection of 2.5 inch SATA III SSD drives with a 256GB capacity.  All SATA III drives will function with a SATA II interface, but at a slower speed.

Prices are as spotted in November 2012.

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Fallout 3 Guide
Written by Booman   
Friday, 02 November 2012 00:00

This Guide has been moved to GamersOnLinux.com

 
Review: Windows 8 core apps OK for tablets, disappointing on desktops
Written by Danrok   
Tuesday, 30 October 2012 15:00

From ArsTechnica:

Messaging, people, and calendar apps filled with promise, bugs, and limitations.

In Windows 8 and Windows RT, Microsoft is aiming for a pleasant out-of-the-box experience. There's an app store for filling in gaps and adding functionality that isn't provided up front, but the core apps to power your communications with friends and colleagues come bundled with the operating system. There is Mail, Messaging, Calendar, and an innovative “People” app that brings all your contacts from various sources together into one central, interactive hub.

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Windows 8 primer: how to navigate Microsoft's new operating system
Written by Danrok   
Monday, 29 October 2012 15:06
From The Verge:

Congratulations, you've installed Windows 8. Now what? Now, you have to figure out how to actually use Microsoft's new operating system before your boss, friends, or family expect you to do something productive. That's just what this guide is for. We'll show you how to find your desktop again, how to change Windows settings, and what those fancy new touchscreen gestures are all about. We'll explain how to do the same things with a mouse and keyboard, in the rather likely event that you aren't using touchscreen hardware.
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Tablet comparison chart
Written by Danrok   
Friday, 26 October 2012 15:54

Are you looking for a new tablet computer?  Take a look at AOA's comparison chart to see which one could suit you best based upon price and specifications.

The tablets shown are with 7 inch displays, or 7.9 inches in the case of the iPad Minis.

Prices and details correct at time of publication (October 2012).

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Windows 8 and the Surface tablets: The experts weigh in
Written by Danrok   
Thursday, 25 October 2012 20:46

From the BBC:

Windows 8 marks what is arguably the most radical tech launch of the year.

Microsoft aims to leapfrog the competition by offering a touch-based, dynamic, futuristic-looking interface which can run on processors designed for both high-spec computers, and chips more commonly associated with smartphones.

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Battlefield 2 Guide
Written by Booman   
Monday, 22 October 2012 00:00

This Guide has been moved to GamersOnLinux.com

 
Google shares suspended after profit results error
Written by Danrok   
Thursday, 18 October 2012 19:20

From the BBC:

Trading in Google shares has been suspended after the internet giant released its third-quarter results early by mistake.

Third-quarter profits fell 20% on a year earlier to $2.18bn (£1.35bn) and below analysts' expectations.

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Under the Surface: an inside look at how Microsoft's tablet came to be
Written by Danrok   
Wednesday, 17 October 2012 16:51

From ArsTechnica:

"Tape and strings literally made Surface."

Panos Panay, general manager of the team behind the Microsoft Surface, touches an old mockup made of black and white plastic. He's forgetting glue, certainly – two panels appear to have been hot-glued to form the "tablet" part of the device — but tape and strings really are two key ingredients in this prototype, the one Panay's team used to show off what Surface would look like. It's crude and fragile, but it's also unmistakably Surface.

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Windows Packages Winetricks and PlayOnLinux
Written by Booman   
Friday, 12 October 2012 00:00

After installing Wine, PlayOnLinux and a few games, I started noticing some problems installing games and running them.  Turns out Windows Packages (sometimes known as Libraries) are critical for games to run.  Since Wine is mimicking the way Windows runs games we need to have the correct Packages for the Windows games to run.

Some examples are:

  • Direct X
  • Dot NET Framework
  • XNA
  • Flashplayer
  • Unityplayer
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