This post describes how to download, install and configure WordPress on Windows Server 2016. The instructions use Windows PowerShell wherever possible, and are suitable for servers with and without the Desktop Experience feature installed (Server Core). These instructions can even be used with Windows 10!Continue reading
This post provides custom backgrounds for mounting a “retired” Raspberry Pi 3 Model B suitable for use with the IKEA RIBBA Frame 23×23cm (9×9″).
This post provides custom backgrounds for mounting a “retired” Raspberry Pi 1 Model B suitable for use with the IKEA RIBBA Frame 23×23cm (9×9″).
This post provides comprehensive instructions on how to Install and Benchmark Quake III on the Raspberry Pi platform.
The Dell Latitude D630, released in 2007, was an extremely popular and reliable business laptop of its’ time.
This article looks at the hardware of the Dell Latitude D630, and what steps need to be taken to get Windows 10 up and running on the laptop today.
Windows 10 comes with the .NET Framework 4.6 pre-installed. However, if you need support for previous generation applications, the .NET Framework 3.5 (which also includes .NET 2.0 and 3.0) must be installed manually.
This article describes how to perform an offline installation of the .NET Framework 3.5 from your Windows 10 installation media.Continue reading
The Dell XPS M1730, released in 2007, was Dell’s final gaming laptop before establishing the Alienware premier gaming brand in 2009 – with the model ultimately replaced by the Alienware M17x series.
This article looks at the hardware that made the Dell XPS M1730, and what steps need to be taken to get Windows 10 up and running on the laptop today.
We’ve just migrated the site over to a new server to provide greater scalability and site performance.
For the past 18-months, the site had been running on a Raspberry Pi 2 with a USB thumb drive. However, page response times were certainly not as good as they used to be – especially with more and more traffic (thanks everyone!). The site is now running on a virtual server.
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