Black Friday came and so did a new X1 Extreme laptop from Lenovo. The X1 is a great workhorse tackling Photoshop, Illustrator, Resolve, Solidworks, and other serious apps. All work and no play isn’t fun for long and I wanted to take on a few games while visiting my younger siblings. This is where I
Want to just completely uninstall Nahimic? Skip to the current instructions. Is Nahimic malware or bloatware? Like many MSI motherboard customers I’ve found a strange piece of software popping up on my computer called Nahimic. MSI touts this as some kind of breakthrough in audio being bundled as bloatware, but as far as I can
I’ve been going nuts with my new Lenovo Yoga 920 latop due to the touch pad zoom sensitivity. I love the laptop but every time I’m scrolling a page the page zooms in and out like crazy. I kept reading online that there is a Device Settings tab in the additional mouse settings panel, but
I use Autodesk Fusion 360 software for general 3D modeling work such as 3D printing, welding and other fabrication. I was trying to use Fusion 360 to design some new welding projects, primarily a new welding cart and another secret that I’ll reveal later :). However I couldn’t get the software to work today.
I just finished building a really nice Windows 10 home workstation to replace my aging and sluggish 2013 Mac Pro system. I store most of my data on CentOS 7 server with over 40TB of RAID backed storage volumes.
I’ve encountered this issue several times on windows VMs (sadly need a few still) where modern versions of Windows, i.e. Windows 8 will occasionally prevent you from deleting a directory. One was a directory an installer created, in this case Open Office, which was not cleaned up due to a VM crash during the install
I recently had an issue where we lost the password for IPMI to a brand new Supermicro server. The server was running Windows 2008 STD. Not wanting to mess around rebooting the box to a livecd I had to find a solution to reset the password. This could be very useful for those of you