I am constantly setting up routers as part of my job. Plus I use a wireless mouse so there is one usb. Having another for drives is a must. That said I use a 15 ultrabook that does all that and still manages to not weigh a ton.
axor1337 writes: Short back story, I manage a small computer repair shop and am very familiar with how to re-install windows. Windows 8 has been a different animal as many of you know. These Machine are pre-activated with a key that is stored in the firmware. Unlike previous versions of window the key isn't accessible by the end user. Today I was working a customer's Asus laptop it was infected with a version of cyrpto-Locker and the recovery Partition was corrupted. Normally (with every other OEM) we would just do a clean install with a windows 8.1 thumb drive and call it a day. when doing this on a ASUS laptop it always asks for a KEY. this doesn't happen with any other OEM. I called ASUS tech support and they informed me that their system don't have an embedded key. and that they "Can't offer recovery disc's" . I hung up and called again and got the same info. that just doesn't sound right with what I know about Windows 8 activation. Does anyone in the Slashdot Community Have any Idea's.
King Julian from Madagascar.
I am the manager of a computer repair shop in that capacity hdd's are the most common hardware failure. Most repairs are software problems. Almost every Computer I see I my shop has conduit, pc optimizer, or other crap on it. But number 2 issue is failed hard drive. And nobbody has backups.
My wife and I are avid campers, during the warmer months. Our bikes are how we get around the campgrounds. But during the winter months they don't leave the garage.
I am voting against all incumbents. Being from central Illinois my vote is out weighed by Chicago anyway except for in my local elections. Where the only one I really care about is sheriff. That is only because I'm friends with one of the candidates.
Liar, everyone knows that the words "I do" really means I'll never blow you again.
I manage a computer repair shop. I teach my guys that discretion is paramount. First of all I'd they snoop on customer files they get fired. Second if the do see something they aren't to discuss it. Finally if they stumble on something criminal (like kiddy porn) they report it to me and I deal with it. In the case of the aforementioned I'll call the cops. But I make the decision and the responsibility.
I manage a local computer repair shop, until recently we installed Firefox by default with operating system reinstall 's. Now we have moved to recommending chrome mainly be many of our user are having issues with sites like pogo working on Firefox. I think this is a nail in a fast closing coffin for Mozilla, users want things to just work and Firefox no longer does. But chrome never seems to fail.
I personally moved to Mint because of Unity, but now have an added reason to stick with my delicious and refreshing flavor of Linux. Plus green is my favorite color!
Lets drink some beers and celebrate slashdots 15th b-day.
I prefer the Nano station my self
Ubiquity http://www.ubnt.com/ has a device called a nano station it is perfect for your needs it can share the connection using wireless over distances up to 5 miles. but the range can be limited in the device via power management. they run DD-wrt and can be configured as access point or point to point connections. I have used them for years as a network solutions provider.
well, as I am in America and own guns, I would shoot the fucker in the head and piss on his corps! Now as for the Sovereignty of Libya Fuck that too! Sovereinty is derived from the people and their willingness to be governed! When the people of an oppressed Nation STAND up and DEMAND their freedom we need to Listen! We also need to provide what ever assistance we can. so I here and now Pledge mine! get me with in a Mile of That ASSHOLE with a clear line of sight and I will blow his head off with my
.50 cal! and since I am a Marine Scout Sniper I ain't just blowing smoke!
OK so here is my Idea we use a set of UAV's equipped with GSM band transceivers ans satellite uplinks, have the UAV's station keep over the most populated area's bouncing their signals from the GSM up to Satellites. this tech all currently exists and is possible using current mil-tech! and while expensive very feasible! well that is my Idea whats yours!