Tag Archive: performance

Apr 07 2014

Google Chrome Is The King Of Internet Browsers

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Google Chrome has done very well for itself in a short period of time. Chrome is a modern browser that was built on existing technologies with the concept of streamlining and improving web browsing, performance, but at the same time having the highest level of security. Chrome has been able to do this fairly easily. …

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Mar 25 2014

Microsoft $100 credit isn’t going to push users to Windows 8

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You really have to give it to Microsoft on having operating system that’s almost 15 years old and people are still using it. Irregardless of the security problems and performance issues with Windows XP, it’s still an operating system that’s in full effect in lots of companies. Windows XP survived the release of Windows Vista; which was a complete failure.

Aug 24 2013

Plex Media Server gets cool features- but only for PlexPass users

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Plex Media Server as easily become my most used application out of anything else I use on a regular basis. Plex Media Server allows me to access my media files movies and music on virtually any device that I want to. It organizes and curates information such a way that in side-by-side comparisons between Plex …

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Feb 06 2013

Be Even More Productive By Using More Than 2 Monitors

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I’ve always said that having 2 monitors in a work environment is better than one.  The simple fact is that you can see more information on the screen at one time, which makes you more productive. A couple of years ago, I wrote an article about purchasing an USB adapter to allow you to connect …

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Sep 14 2012

Roku updates firmware for Roku 2, LT and HD; goes further to cut-off YouTube

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Yesterday, Roku announced that they’re releasing a new update for the Roku 2, Roku LT and Roku HD. They reported that their goals were to get the player ready for some upcoming channels and small fixes, but what they actually accomplished was issuing updates and irritating their customers. One of the things that’s suspiciously missing …

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Aug 04 2012

PC’s and laptops aren’t dead- no matter how much its being reported

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I hear people say all the time about how they need to buy a tablet or they need to get a touch screen. When I hear this I just smile. Technically, we’re just on the cusp of touch screens and tablets. And while tablets and Smartphones are undeniably powerful, they don’t have the power of …

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Jul 12 2012

AutoHotKey: Tracking Packages Quick

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Do you run in to situations on a regular basis where you have to track packages, update customers and make sure equipment arrives on time? And does your company have an antiquated system to handle those types of situations? If you said yes to those, you might like this… AutoHotKey continues to be one of …

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Sep 15 2011

Free Place for demos and presentations with FREESCREENSHARING.COM

I received an email notifying me of this new service that allows for desktop sharing for demos and presentations, for FREE. I like to see what free offers from time to time. I didn’t notice any pop-ups, banners or intrusions during the session that I was using. This service is free; a very simple account …

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Jun 11 2011

LEHSYS Report – June 2011

I’m glad I do these reports, but not so often anymore. At first, it was more of my personal report card of what was going on, what I was trying and how things are going with the website. And putting efforts in to measure those things on mirco scale isn’t so fun. Blogging is a …

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Jun 03 2011

Android is the most popular Smartphone operating system, but where is Microsoft?

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Comscore is a good place to get some information on who is and who isn’t winning in the Smartphone market. With the latest figures, you can see that Apple has jumped a bit to take second in the great race to rule the roost for Smartphones. What’s interesting to me is that Android and Apple …

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