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Backup & Restore Game Progress From Any Game With SaveGameProgress
SaveGameBackup is a free software which allows users to easily backup and restore their game progress.
Google Chromecast
Google's media streaming dongle was not available in Singapore then. At just US$35 (S$48), this thumb-sized device was both cheap and easy to bring home from the US.
10 Amazing Tools You Should Be Using with Dropbox
Even if you already believe that your Dropbox account has everything you can ever want from a cloud storage solution, think again. There are numerous digital tools you can use to fortify Dropbox and expand its capabilities.
Designing a Windows Server 2012 Active Directory : Choosing a Domain Namespace - Examining Domain Design Features, Choosing a Domain Structure
The first step in the actual design of the AD DS structure is the decision on a common domain name system (DNS) namespace that AD DS will occupy. AD DS revolves around, and is inseparable from, DNS, and this decision is one of the most important ones to make. The selected namespace can be as simple as microsoft.com, for example, or he can be more complex. Multiple factors must be considered, however, before this decision can be taken.
Designing a Windows Server 2012 Active Directory : Understanding AD DS Domain Design - Examining Domain Trusts
Windows Server 2012 AD DS domains can be linked to each other through the use of a concept known as trusts. A confidence is primarily a mechanism which makes it possible resources in a field to be accessible by the users authenticated from another field. AD trusts take on many forms but typically fall into one of the four categories described in the following sections.
Review : Asus Wireless Duo
Mention Asus with enthusiastic PC, and the motherboards or the graphic cards probably come to mind. For the average consumer, it is probably laptops, tablets and smartphones.
Windows 7 Development : GETTING STARTED WITH THE RIBBON (part 2) - Obtaining RibbonLib
If you look at the PreviewRibbon example code, you'll find that it has a relatively large number of files containing complex code. Writing a COM wrapper for the Ribbon isn't for the faint of heart. With this in mind, you'll probably want to use a pre-written wrapper to make your Ribbon development easier.
Windows 7 Development : GETTING STARTED WITH THE RIBBON (part 1) - Obtaining the Windows 7 SDK
There isn't any easy way to obtain the support you need for working with the Ribbon. Unlike the Taskbar examples, you really do need the Windows 7 Software Development Kit (SDK) to create Ribbon-based applications for Windows 7.
Windows Server 2012 : Comprehensive Performance Analysis and Logging (part 11) - Monitoring performance from the command line
Windows Server 2012 includes a command-line utility called Typeperf for writing performance data to the command line. You can use it to monitor the performance of both local and remote computers.
Windows Server 2012 : Comprehensive Performance Analysis and Logging (part 10) - Configuring performance counter alerts
You can configure alerts to notify you when certain events occur or when certain performance thresholds are reached. You can send these alerts as network messages and as events that are logged in the application event log. You can also configure alerts to start applications and performance logs.
Windows Server 2012 : Comprehensive Performance Analysis and Logging (part ) - Viewing data collector reports
When you’re troubleshooting problems, you’ll often want to log performance data over an extended period of time and then review the data to analyze the results. For each data collector that has been or is currently active, you’ll find related data collector reports.
Windows Server 2012 : Comprehensive Performance Analysis and Logging (part 8) - Collecting performance counter data, Collecting performance trace data
You can use data collectors to record performance trace data whenever events related to their source providers occur. A source provider is an application or operating system service that has traceable events.
Windows Server 2012 : Comprehensive Performance Analysis and Logging (part 7) - Performance logging - Creating and managing data collector sets
In Performance Monitor, you can view the currently configured data collector sets by expanding the Data Collector Sets node and then expanding the User Defined and System nodes
Windows Server 2012 : Comprehensive Performance Analysis and Logging (part 6) - Resolving disk I/O bottlenecks, Resolving network bottlenecks
With the high-speed disks available today, a system’s hard disks are rarely the primary reason for a bottleneck. It is more likely that a system is having to do a lot of disk reads and writes because there isn’t enough physical memory available and the system has to page to disk
Windows Server 2012 : Comprehensive Performance Analysis and Logging (part 5) - Resolving performance bottlenecks - Resolving memory bottlenecks
Windows applications use a lot of memory. If you install a server with the minimum amount of memory required, it isn’t going to perform at its optimal level.
Windows Server 2012 : Comprehensive Performance Analysis and Logging (part 4) - Comprehensive performance monitoring - Choosing views and controlling the display
Performance Monitor can present counter statistics in several ways. By default, it graphs the statistics. A graph is useful when you are tracking a limited number of counters because you can view historical data for each counter that you are working with.
Windows Server 2012 : Comprehensive Performance Analysis and Logging (part 3) - Comprehensive performance monitoring - Selecting performance objects and counters to monitor
The most commonly tracked performance objects are Memory, PhysicalDisk, and Processor. When you first open Performance Monitor, Performance Monitor is configured to graph only the % Processor Time counter.
Windows Server 2012 : Comprehensive Performance Analysis and Logging (part 2) - Establishing performance baselines - Tracking the overall reliability of the server
You can use Performance Monitor and Reliability Monitor to track the overall reliability of a server. Performance Monitor graphically displays statistics for the set of performance parameters you selected for display.
Windows Server 2012 : Comprehensive Performance Analysis and Logging (part 1) - Establishing performance baselines - Tracking per-process resource usage
You can use Task Manager to determine the overall utilization of system resources. The Processes and Details tabs in Task Manager provide information about resources being used by running processes.
Review : Razer DeathAdder Chroma
The Razer DeathAdder Chroma is a superb back-to-basics gaming mouse. It has a comfortable ergonomic design, reasonable price tag, speedy movement and adds more colour to your games.
Relaxing with Windows 8’s Photo and Entertainment Apps : Enjoying Photos (part 4) - Using the Camera App
As with other mobile, touch-based systems, Windows 8 includes a simple Camera app that works with the camera (or, in the case of some modern devices, the cameras) that is included in (or attached to) your PC or device.
Relaxing with Windows 8’s Photo and Entertainment Apps : Enjoying Photos (part 3) - Sharing, Printing, and Searching
Many common photo-related activities work consistently with similar features in other Metro apps, thanks to the new system-wide capabilities in Windows 8.
Relaxing with Windows 8’s Photo and Entertainment Apps : Enjoying Photos (part 2) - Using SkyDrive to Connect to Other PC Photo Libraries, Viewing Photos and Photo Slideshows
By this point, you should have Photos configured to work with some combination of your local photos, SkyDrive-based photos, and possibly your Facebook and Flickr-based photos as well. That’s a lot of photos
Relaxing with Windows 8’s Photo and Entertainment Apps : Enjoying Photos (part 1) - Configuring Facebook or Flickr Photos
To manually configure Facebook—remember, the process is also very similar for Flickr—to work with the Photos app, you will need to visit the app’s Settings pane.
Windows 8 : Accessing System Image Backup and Recovery Functionality with Windows Backup, Cloud Backup
Try to find Windows Backup from Start Screen Search, or by searching the classic Control Panel, and you’ll come up blank. The term backup yields results for File History only, and a search for windows backup will actually come up empty. It’s almost like they don’t want you to find it.
Windows 8 : Using the Windows 8 Recovery Tools (part 2) - Push Button Reset
When you encounter a problem with your PC, be it performance related or otherwise, you can now undergo a surprisingly fast process in which Windows 8 is quickly wiped out and reinstalled in a factory-fresh condition.
Windows 8 : Using the Windows 8 Recovery Tools (part 1) - Creating a System Recovery Disc, Booting to the Windows Recovery Environment
Because these tools are so important and are usually needed when something horrible happens, we strongly recommend taking the time to make a system recovery disc (or USB-based drive) just in case
Windows 8 : File History (part 2) - Recovering Documents and Other Data Files with File History
When the time comes to recover a lost or previous version of a file, you have two basic ways to access the new File History restore functionality. You can relaunch the File History control panel and click the Restore personal files link.
Windows 8 : File History (part 1) - Enabling and Configuring File History
File History actually caches a subset of your file backups to your system disk. So this feature will often work just fine even when you’re away from home with a portable computer.
Windows 8 : Storage Spaces (part 4) - Advanced Storage Spaces: Three-Disk Configurations
There are two final, extreme Storage Spaces configurations, both of which involve using three disks with either mirroring or parity. In a three-way mirrored configuration, Storage Spaces works just like two-way mirroring, except, of course, that your data is replicated on three physical disks.
Windows 8 : Storage Spaces (part 3) - A More Resilient Space: Two Disks, Two-Way Mirroring
While a single-disk storage space has some value, the inability to add resiliency at a later date seriously hampers that kind of configuration. As far as we’re concerned, the real value of Storage Spaces begins when you have two or more disks you can use in a mirrored setup.
Windows 8 : Storage Spaces (part 2) - The Most Basic Storage Spaces Configuration of All: One Disk, One Space, No Resiliency
The simplest possible Storage Spaces configuration involves just one (additional) disk, which you will use to create a single storage pool that can then be divided into one or more storage spaces; we’ll use one to keep things simple.
Windows 8 : Storage Spaces (part 1) - Getting Ready for Storage Spaces
To use Storage Spaces, you will need at least one additional hard disk or similar storage device. It can be an external device (typically USB-based) or internal (SATA, perhaps).
Windows Server 2012 : Managing and Troubleshooting Hardware (part 11) - Resolving resource conflicts
Anyone who remembers IRQ conflicts will be thankful that current computers support ACPI BIOS. With ACPI BIOS, resources are allocated automatically by the operating system at startup, and multiple devices can share the same IRQ settings
Windows Server 2012 : Managing and Troubleshooting Hardware (part 10) - Troubleshooting hardware
Windows Server 2012 built-in hardware diagnostics can detect many types of problems with hardware devices. If a problem is detected, you might see a Problem Reporting balloon telling you there is a problem.
Windows Server 2012 : Managing and Troubleshooting Hardware (part 9) - Adding non–Plug and Play, legacy hardware
Although Windows Server 2012 doesn’t detect or set up non–Plug and Play devices automatically, it does maintain a driver cache for these devices.
Windows Server 2012 : Managing and Troubleshooting Hardware (part 8) - Restricting device installation using Group Policy
In addition to specifying driver installation and search restrictions, you can use Group Policy settings to allow or prevent installation of devices based on the device type.
Windows Server 2012 : Managing and Troubleshooting Hardware (part 7) - Installing and updating device drivers
Device drivers are essential to the proper operation of Windows Server 2012. A faulty device driver can cause many problems on your systems—everything from unexpected restarts to application hangs to blue screens.
Windows Server 2012 : Managing and Troubleshooting Hardware (part 6) - Viewing Advanced, Resources, and other settings
Devices often have other tabs, such as Advanced, Resources, and Power Management. Most network adapters have an Advanced tab. As shown in Figure 10, these options can control transmission preferences.
Windows Server 2012 : Managing and Troubleshooting Hardware (part 5) - Viewing driver Information
To view detailed information about a device, press and hold or right-click the device and select Properties or simply double-tap or double-click the related entry in Device Manager.
 
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