Building a computer disaster recovery toolkit - PC & Desktop Computers Once you let someone know you're technically savvy, the chances of you becoming their main point of contact for all tech support increases greatly. If you've happened to have made your career in a computer-based industry, the problem intensifies. Through the years of being such an on-call tech-support person for a variety of different skill levels and machines, I've amassed quite a bit of gear that I keep on hand to tackle most situations. Here's a look into my recovery toolkit, which will hopefully help you build yours.
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Microsoft Diagnostics and Recovery Toolset The Microsoft Diagnostics and Recovery Toolset (DaRT), is a core component of the Microsoft Desktop Optimization Pack for Software Assurance, helps IT teams make PCs safer to use, keeps employees productive, and enables desktops that are easier and less expensive to manage. Administrators can easily recover PCs that have become unusable, rapidly diagnose probable causes of issues, and quickly repair unbootable or locked-out systems, all faster than the average time it takes to reimage the machine. Many IT departments take a proactive approach to backing up network data, but tend to be reactive in planning for desktop system failures. Central Texas Gardening Database Click on the plants from the list to see its facts and description: (Although no plants made this list unless they are good ones for Central Texas, the plants with an * are the very best you can get for a successful Texas Garden.) After several requests from my readers, I have added a warning sign to those plants that are considered invasive.
How To Influence Your Site’s Listing In Search, According To Google’s Webmaster Academy Last week, Google introduced Webmaster Academy, billed as a tool to “help you create great sites that perform well in Google search results.” Google’s Matt Cutts tweeted about it again today: Webmaster Academy is a free set of helpful entry-level tutorials for site owners: Please RT!
Your Garden Solution Planting Guide (Based on USDA 2012 Hardiness zones of between 6b and 7a) Below is a helpful planting guide for use in square foot gardens. Note that the number beside the vegetable indicates the # that can be planted in one square foot. Remember, in a 4×4 square foot garden, there are 16 designated squares, outlined by the grid on top of your garden. Menu — Lifehouse Tonics + Elixirs almond milk, cashew milk, peppermint oil, cacao nibs, barley grass, wheat grass, oat grass, maca, eleuthero, astragalus, cordyceps, tocos, cacao butter, coconut oil, lakanto almond milk, cashew milk, cacao, banana, cinnamon, mesquite, maca, muira pauma, epimedium, damiana, mucuna, eleuthero, tocos, cacao butter, coconut oil, lakanto coffee, cacao, almond milk, cashew milk, cinnamon, mesquite, coriolus, poria, chaga, cordyceps, lion’s mane, maitake, tremella, reishi, shiitake, phellinus, tocos, coconut oil, cacao butter, lakanto
Why Some Of Your Readers Will Lose Internet On July 9th 2012…. Why Some Of Your Readers Will Lose Internet On July 9th 2012…. Yup, some of the “hype” you’ve been hearing is actually true… Let me explain…. Several months ago, the FBI caught some bad guys that were distributing some “malware” (virus) that infected computers. This malware reset the DNS of the computer to use the bad guys DNS server… so that the bad guys could make the infected folks see lots of spam, porn, popups, ads and other stuff. The infected computer (Mac or PC) still had internet – but it was being altered by this malware. Plant Spacing - My Square Foot Garden Here is a chart of plants and how many to plant per square. See below for explanations on how to calculate and sample pictures. To calculate how many plants per square, look on the back of the seed packet–ignore the row spacing, just look at the plant spacing: 3″ plant spacing = 16 per square
IPv4 & IPv6: A Short Guide The Internet has run out of Internet addresses... sort of. Perhaps you've heard the news: the last blocks of IPv4 Internet addresses have been allocated. The fundamental underlying technology that has powered Internet Protocol addresses (ever seen a number like 220.127.116.11 on the web? That's an IP address) since the Internet's inception will soon be exhausted. Gardening Tips ‘n Ideas A DIY Vertical Garden Example Ever since coming across Patrick Blanc’s vertical garden I’ve been interested to observe how this technology might transform the home gardening scene. I mean, it’s only a matter of time before we begin running out room for gardens to grow on a horizontal plane. Yet vertical – that’s another dimension altogether. For most home gardeners the concept isn’t a new one. We’ve been staking tomato plants, espaliering fruit trees and training creepers to grow over undesirable fences for aeons.
What Cool Things Can I Do with All This Free Cloud Storage Space? I have been trying to figure out a way to use a cloud / file syncing service to automate a way to get all of my ebooks on one device. I have a Nook Tablet, but I have ebooks from other services like Amazon. I can easily strip the DRM (calm down, I paid for these) on my books using Libre, which is great, but right now I have to physically connect my device and transfer them. There is a dropbox app for the Nook, but I want to automate everything as much as possible. Any ideas? Not sure if you can do something similar on the Nook, but maybe you can...