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I have worked in the field of software development since the early nineties (C and C++ under DOS and Windows), becoming more and more involved in systems design along the way.

This culminated in starting my own consultancy business and working with a number of prestigious clients (for example Barclays, Nationwide, Coutts, IBM) providing architecture services in both the UK and USA.

I still remain hands-on, .net mostly, but this is really due to client demand rather than any overwhelming desire to crank out code! (If the truth be told I'd happily never write another line.)


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accepted Modifying Wireless components of a network, to become Wired
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comment Modifying Wireless components of a network, to become Wired
Thanks. In fact I've since found an article on Dlink's site which points me in exactly that direction. They're plugging their own piece of kit but I reckon I can get the same thing with an access point (acting as a bridge) and an old switch I've got lying around.
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accepted How can I bridge a USB “gap”?
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comment How can I bridge a USB “gap”?
Many thanks, there's some good information under those links
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comment Modify or disable Windows 8 swipe gestures on touchpad / laptop
+1. You can imagine that under the hood this just changes the values in the registry to what @DanielB says, but doing it this way is a whole lot easier than using regedit.
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