One of my favourite ways of keeping my computer secure is passive protection. It keeps my CPU and memory free to focus on the work at hand. I never did like the idea of paying top dollar for a top-of-the-line CPU and fast memory only to spend a large portion of them on anti-virus softwareContinue reading “Seek and Destroy”
I recently switched from a MacBook to a Windows laptop. There were a few Mac features I really liked and was missing on Windows. One such feature is the ability to select multiple files, right click them and move them to a new folder. If you want this functionality on Windows, it’s your lucky day!Continue reading “Three Files To Go, Please”
You probably guessed I love optimisations. It’s a fine art of tuning and tweaking. One thing I spend absurd amounts of time on is my operating system. Whether it’s Windows or MacOS, I will optimise it to death. While some tweaks mean I have to use the terminal or edit files, others simply require usingContinue reading “Get Me My Toolbox”
Many years ago, we used to have CRT screens. Remember those? They were these massive screens that would take up most of your desk. Later on, plasma screens were trending. Both of these technologies had a problem. Quite often, you’d leave the same image on the screen for a long time. When you did that,Continue reading “Who You Gonna Call?”
Here’s how to dim your Windows laptop screen automatically to save battery.