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Home IT : New Addition – Laserjet Printer

Posted by admin on January 4, 2018 in IT |

For a longtime I’ve had a Canon Inkjet MP180 Printer. It has been reliable and served me well, it still works to this day but it’s a bit iffy. When I first purchased it, I was on Windows XP. Since then I’ve done many migrations up to currently Windows 10. Canon have been a bit reluctant […]

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Why I haven’t migrated my site to WordPress fully

Posted by admin on January 1, 2018 in IT |

This is probably something which someone may question at some point so here are the main reasons why I’m not (or currently haven’t) migrated my website into a WordPress or Content Managed Website   Entire site needs rebuilding To migrate my website I’d have to modify a lot of code and go through all the […]

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How I built a working iPod for £25 from spares

Posted by admin on June 9, 2016 in IT |

I recently decided to go back to the gym again, one of the things I wanted to do was get another iPod Nano 4th Generation music player. I can use my phone, but personally I always liked the nano that I had, I found them comfortable to use and they seemed to suit me for […]

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Server Migration

Posted by admin on May 30, 2016 in IT |

Apologies for any downtime caused on this site, I recently decided to change web hosts because quite frankly I’m sick of my old one. I had constant never ending problems and in the end I carried out a Server Migration to a different webhost As you can tell by this post, the server migration was […]

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Windows 10 Upgrade

Posted by admin on February 14, 2016 in IT |

OK, was my experience with a Windows 10 Upgrade positive or negative?

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Cracked Windows Install

Posted by admin on January 11, 2016 in IT, TYNEWEARTECH LTD |

One thing which is becoming apparent to me since owning a business, when reading all the posts people are making who run their own businesses, is how many people seem to offer legitimate Windows installations for cheap prices or blatantly offering cracked Windows installations. If you are running a business, not only is it unethical, […]

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PS-77CS Shredder

Posted by admin on December 27, 2015 in IT |

After around 7 or 8 years of some tough abuse and shredding my Fellowes PS-77CS Shredder has finally given up the ghost and failed on me. The machine is getting power, but it doesn’t run the shredder motor. There are signs of power going to the device, because it detects win the bin is open […]

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Paypal Scam Emails

Posted by admin on September 20, 2015 in IT |

Every now and then, you get the occasional idiot who tries to scam some poor user out of their account information by showing information affiliated to the company in question I received an email from “Paypal” support I already knew it was dubious from experience, but decided to carefully investigate it. The user in question […]

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Electronic Payslips

Posted by admin on September 13, 2015 in Finance, IT |

Recently I’ve been having problems where I work regarding my pay. As such I’m constantly digging around for my old payslips. After long and hard looking for them I finally got sick and decided to make good use of the scanner I had lying around home and convert all my paper ones to electronic payslips. […]

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iStorage datAshur SSD now FIPS Certified

Posted by admin on August 27, 2015 in IT |

I received an automated email as I’m subscribed to newsletters from datAshur to inform me that their current USB pen is now certified to FIPS Level 3 FIPS is a military grade encryption system which is certified by the US Government. For a manufacturer to achieve this level of security with their USB pens is […]

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