Posted by Gavin Gear on May 16, 2013 in Windows Tips | 0 comments
Today Dell announced some exciting new workstation PCs, the Dell Precision T1700 small form-factor workstation, the Dell Precision T1700 mini-tower workstation, and the Dell Precision R7610 rack-mounted workstation.
The new Dell Precision T1700 mini-tower (left) and Dell Precision T1700 small form-factor (right)
The new T1700 mini-tower now offers 150W for graphics and an expanded set of ISV...
Posted by Gavin Gear on May 14, 2013 in Windows Tips | 0 comments
File History is a new feature in Windows 8 that automatically keeps a backup history of your personal data. I previously wrote a detailed article about File History in Windows 8 with a lot of detail about this feature. In this post I’ve created a video to show you how easy File History is to use, and how flexible it is for backing up and restoring your files.
In this video I talked about File...
Posted by Gavin Gear on May 9, 2013 in Windows Tips | 0 comments
When it comes to the Windows 8 laptops I use, I want it all. I want a beautiful full-HD screen, a quad core CPU, lots of RAM, multiple USB 3.0 ports, plenty of disk space, great sound, and tons of graphics horsepower all wrapped up in a pretty package. Sound demanding? Yes I am, and I know you are too. The engineers at Lenovo are thinking about people like us because the new Windows 8 Lenovo Y500...
Posted by Gavin Gear on May 6, 2013 in Windows Tips | 0 comments
Have you ever wondered how ruggedized PCs can withstand hard-surface drops, extreme temperature fluctuations, wet environments and more? I’m pleased to announce that I’ll be joining the Panasonic Toughbook team this Tuesday on reddit for an IAmA (Ask Me Anything) session. During this IAmA, we’ll discuss Panasonic Toughbook/Toughpad PCs, how these amazing products are designed and...
Posted by Gavin Gear on Apr 30, 2013 in Windows Tips | Comments Off
I recently blogged about AMD’s CrossFire technology and showed that in some cases you can get nearly twice the fps when running two AMD 7970 graphics cards together in CrossFire mode compared to a single 7970 card. In this post I’m joined by Larry Larsen who works with developers on the Channel 9 network. Larry shares a passion for technology and is a fellow Windows Enthusiast so I thought it...
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