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17 Set/10

Check if TRIM is Enabled for Your Solid State Drive in Windows 7 [Windows Tip]

Check if TRIM is Enabled for Your Solid State Drive in Windows 7 [Windows Tip]

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); One of the best way to take full advantage of your solid state drive (SSD) is to use the performance-maintaining TRIM command. Technology blog GHacks shows us how to make sure TRIM is enabled in Windows 7. More » (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Continua a leggere – Original Link: Check if TRIM is Enabled for Your Solid State...

27 Ago/09

Ultimate Guide To Web Optimization (Tips & Best Practices)

Ultimate Guide To Web Optimization (Tips & Best Practices)

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Web optimization is a vital part of web development and maintenance but also something often overlooked by webmasters. Just think of the money you can save, and how it can potentially help increase your readership and traffic when they are properly done. If you have not done any optimization to your website (or blog) so far or merely curious how it can help speed up your site, please take a look at this list of optimization...

26 Ago/09

Local Area Network Speed Test

Local Area Network Speed Test

Network administrators and home network users need to check the speed of the local area network during installation but also from time to time to make sure that the speed matches the expected speed of the lan. This is important for a variety of reasons including overal network performance and discovering slow network nodes that can have a impact on services. LAN Speed Test is a portable software program to test the speed of a local area network. The program will display the name and IP...


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21 Giu/09

iPhone 3GS? Not Enough to Justify the Cost (and AT&T Sucks)

iPhone 3GS? Not Enough to Justify the Cost (and AT&T Sucks)

Asked my Twitter peeps whether or not they were buying the just-released iPhone 3GS, and 175 replies later, the response is a pretty solid NO. Almost 80% of respondents are passing on the 3GS mainly because they don’t think the upgrade is worth the money, they’re not eligible for the upgrade pricing, they think AT&T blows, they’re waiting for next year’s model, or they’re simply happy with their current phone. The other 20% were thrilled about getting...