Go grab a copy of Junction from the Awesome Sysinternals Junction symlink program thingy (those guys are too cool)
I was cocking about with eyefinity and stuff when my Media Centre went 4:3 (1:3:1)
Try as I might I couldn’t work out how to get it back to 16:9 and couln’t find any settings
Turns out all you need to do is drag the window around resizing it till you get it to click back to the right size
I don’t use Internet Explorer much.
I’ve got Internet Explorer 9 installed on 64bit Windows 7
One day I fired it up and got some mad message from an American voice whittling on about how to clear the browsing cache. What the hell is this!
Like most people, I’m not a fan of big megacorps making landgrab plays for great swathes of the internet, especially when they do it in a ham fisted way which breaks honest, hard working sites.
Sure it’s the job of an adopting sites testing department to make sure the site works. But the minute external dependencies are let straight onto the page all manner of fun can break loose.
Facebook comments currently has an amazingly fun problem in it, which to be honest, I don’t fully understand, and Facebook can pay me if they want me to look at it more.
So you’ve spent some time installing Android into your Eclipse, and after it all you seem to get a message saying: Location of the Android SDK has not been setup in the preferences
This was a bit of a head scratcher. I don’t run DHCP on my home network because I use VNC to admin things from the main machine. This means keeping an IP list, which is easy.
After rebuilding a machine, whenever I set the TCP settings, the router IP would be lost. Everything else would retain ok, but the default gateway constantly reset itself to blank.
The HTPC we run has been through a few incarnations, currently a quad core Q8300 it’s more than ample for streaming and DVD playing, piping music to the living room, etc etc.
The ATI Radeon HD is the second GPU to be plumbed into it after an AGP -> PCIe Motherboard type upgrade.
So, I like Google Chrome, less so now it’s started to go the same way as Firefox (MOAR FUNCTIONALITY!!!) but it’s pretty cool.