Uninstalled Windows 10 for Windows 7 for a better experience.
I’ve been using the iMac constantly since I bought it. It has replaced my Sager Core i7 as my primary computer. About a week ago I upgraded the RAM to 12GB so I could play Team Fortress 2 and Diablo 3. Oh and the memory upgrade also helped with running the Windows 7 Enterprise virtual machine I […]
Over the past year I’ve been thinking about getting a new PC for the family. The current Dell Dimension 8200 (almost 10 years old) was having a hard time running Windows XP and all the patches and security to keep it mostly virus and malware free. I installed Ubuntu 11.10 server on that Dell PC […]
A few weeks ago I purchased a Western Digital 500GB Scorpio Black SATA 7200 RPM for my Sager Np8690. I also purchased from CompUSA a Vantec USB 2.0 to SATA (Serial ATA)/IDE Adapter. I removed the old 320GB HDD and installed the new 500GB drive, installed Windows 7 x64 Ultimate (came with my PC) and then […]
Just over 4 years ago I purchased a Linksys WRT54GS router from Best Buy. The main reason was to use my work notebook PC because I was not able to go downstairs due to a foot injury. The Linksys WRT54GS worked great. I never had a problem with firmware updates, the radio signal was strong, […]
On my Ubuntu PCs I use the Pictures Folder screensaver. It’s a nice screensaver that cycles through all your pictures. At work I run dual monitors and the screensaver displays different pictures. What I don’t like about this screensaver, no way to configure which pictures I want to use. My Pictures folder contains a bunch […]
Merry Christmas everyone! And for those who do not celebrate Christmas, Season’s Greetings and Happy Holidays! As I write this,I am watching my son play with his Stealth Flyer II Micro wireless helicopter and my daughter playing with the Leapster Explorer. The kids had a great Christmas. They got up about 6:30 AM, which is not […]
My bootchart from my Sager NP8690 running Ubuntu Maverick Meerkat 10.10
Installed Ubuntu 10.10 on my Sager Notebook
Increase hard drive size in VirtualBox on a Ubuntu PC using Gparted.