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Sep
18
awarded  Popular Question
Sep
18
comment How can I monitor internet usage in my network?
@John T: EtherApe is one of those unfortunate names like expertsExchange or penIsland
Sep
18
comment Is there a way to find out what app is using most of my bandwidth in windows
In Netlimiter 3, they removed some features. Unfortunately Netlimiter 2 is not compatible with Windows 7 :(
Aug
23
comment Driver for writing to UDF partitions from Windows XP?
@Fake: blame MS for that one...they actively prevent others from interoperating with their filesystems. (eg patents on FAT, lack of documentation on NTFS)
Aug
19
comment Driver for writing to UDF partitions from Windows XP?
@Fake: NTFS is read-only on mac unless you install a separate driver, dunno if this has changed in recent versions of their OS.
Aug
17
comment Why do I only get 300-400 Mbit/s on my 1000 Mbit/s network?
Hi, you missed the part where I used a tool which specifically does not touch the HDD. It generates simple packets and streams them across the network.
Aug
15
awarded  Yearling
Jul
26
answered Mouse and touchpad move at different speeds
Jul
26
comment Mouse and touchpad move at different speeds
Mouse Switcher no longer exists. Mouse Speed Switcher seems to be manual...I wonder if there is anything automatic?
Jul
21
comment Remote Desktop for OS X that's better than VNC?
Looks like there's nothing better than VNC...all the answers seem to be crappy web based ones.
Jul
18
comment Remote Desktop for OS X that's better than VNC?
How's the performance compare to VNC or RDP? I find VNC to be fairly laggy, as compared to RDP (or NX on linux, but I assume you haven't used that, it's not very common).
Jul
16
asked Remote Desktop for OS X that's better than VNC?
Jul
9
awarded  Benefactor
Jul
9
awarded  Promoter
Jul
3
comment Driver for writing to UDF partitions from Windows XP?
Not a fan of it. File system formats should be open, free for anyone to use, not a closed standard that you have to pay MS in order to access your own data. They're just trying to push it to lock people into their platform, and failing that, extract money out of their competitors in order to have the privilege of letting users read their own data.
Jul
1
answered TTF fonts: seeing the characters available
Jun
25
comment emacs or vi which should a windows user learn?
Except bash supports emacs keybindings (thank RMS for that one).
Jun
23
answered How secure is Skype?
Jun
18
revised HDMI resolution limited to 1920 x 1080?
added 150 characters in body
Jun
17
answered HDMI resolution limited to 1920 x 1080?