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seen Jan 28 at 2:18

Computer Geekery, Networking, Music enthusiast (specially latin rhythms), Futbol (Soccer) fan. and Football fan (Go Hawks!).

Learning, always!


Mar
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awarded  Notable Question
Mar
19
awarded  Popular Question
Dec
7
comment Software for recording motion from webcam (Windows) for free
This is one sweet piece of software, highly recommend it.
May
22
awarded  Popular Question
Oct
8
awarded  Yearling
Sep
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awarded  Commentator
Sep
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comment What does “STA-ASSOC” mean?
I would think it's "Status: Associated"
Jul
13
asked How can I gather the diff between two folders (only the diff) into a different location
Jul
1
awarded  Tumbleweed
Jun
28
awarded  Promoter
Jun
24
asked Do I really need Adobe Premier Elements Plus if all I care about is the 'extra' content? (Themes, effects, etc)
May
13
accepted Is Windows 7 Home Premium OS good enough for gaming system? or Home File Server?
May
12
comment Is Windows 7 Home Premium OS good enough for gaming system? or Home File Server?
Hehehe... I'm just trying to minimize any "AHA!!!" moments :)
May
12
comment Is Windows 7 Home Premium OS good enough for gaming system? or Home File Server?
@nhinkle Well, it's not that I don't want to look at them (already have), but as I specified, I wanted to hear from people who actually used w7hp as a gaming system or FS server.
May
12
comment Is Windows 7 Home Premium OS good enough for gaming system? or Home File Server?
So, by 'gaming system' you want to know if I want to play Tetris, Minesweeper, Chess, or Steam with heavy/graphics intense games?. The latter, of course. By Home Files server.... well, good enough, would be 'the ability' to share those. I'm not sure I could be more specific.
May
12
asked Is Windows 7 Home Premium OS good enough for gaming system? or Home File Server?
Jan
12
comment Access an IP address using ssh
If you just need to check if the port is open, you can just telnet to port 22 (telnet x.x.x.x 22) --telnet is available on WinXP by default, for Win7 you'll need to install it from control panel> programs & Features>"turn windows features on" (install telnet client)
Jan
12
comment Access an IP address using ssh
@Pavanred Indeed. I'm voting to move this to superuser.com. I'm thinking maybe some people don't know (or can't yet) vote to move someone to a different stackexchange site.
Jun
19
comment Is there an alternative open source software for connecting to wireless networks for WinXP?
so you know most wireless cards will come with their own connection utility that replaces the Windows wireless utility. As for the reason WHY you need an open-source solution... (?)
Mar
31
comment Top ten security tips for non-technical users
No worries, I fixed it :)