As many of you know Microsoft ended Windows XP support last April. Using a simple registry trick you apparently can still get updates for Windows XP. The trick works because Microsoft still supports and offers updates for Windows Embedded PoSReady 2009, which is an OS based on the XP kernel, until 2019. So you can trick Windows Update into thinking that you are actually running Windows Embedded PoSReady 2009 and continue to receive updates.
It looks like In Win is going smaller with their very popular and iconic open-air D-Frame case. Ahead of Computex the guys at TechPowerUp! were shown the D-Frame Mini, which is made for mini-ITX motherboards. The case of course has the same open-air design as its big brother, but features a black design with red […]
While we are just a few days away from the official unveiling of Crucial’s MX100 solid state drive, thanks to a distributor listing the specifications online we now have the full scoop on Crucial’s latest solid state drive.
While we mostly know Enermax for their cases they have been making cooling solutions for some time now. The CPU cooler we are taking a look at today is quite interesting as it is all white. The heatsink is white, the fan is white and it even has white LEDs. This makes it perfect to match with other white components or even a white case. The CPU cooler I am talking about is the ETS-T40 White Cluster. It features a tower heatsink stack design with four 6mm copper heatpipes that make direct contact with the CPU and a 120 mm cooling fan. The ETS-T40 has TDP support of 200W+ and can fit pretty much any Intel and AMD socket out there. Read on as we take a look…
Valve has been working on their own Steam Machines for quite some time now. This process has gone through many live tests and beta units that have lead to changes and refinements a long the way. Valve wants to deliver a powerful and stable console-like experience on the PC platform. This of course is going to take a lot of time.
NCASE has announced today that it has opened pre-orders for its second production run of the community developed Mini-ITX NCASE M1. Pre-orders will be open for a limited time at www.ncases.com, with production slated for the June-July time frame.
It looks like Electronic Arts has made Battlefield 3 free on the Origin store, yes FREE! The game was one of the biggest games through 2011 – 2012 until it was replaced with Battlefield 4, which came out in October of 2013. The game will be made available free under EA’s “On the House” program where they give away titles for free for a short period of time.
NVIDIA has just announced its entry-level or cheapest card offering in the 700 series, the GeForce GT 740. This card is a simple rebrand of the GT 640 so that means it is not based on the Maxwell micro-architecture, but rather uses the Kepler-based GK107 chip.
A disorganized network can make any upgrades a challenge to complete in a timely, organized manner. However, organizing your network cables can be much simpler than you think. Imagine your network printer goes out and you have to replace it, but when you go to the cables to remove it from the network and replace it with a new one, you unplug the wrong one. Suddenly your Internet is down and all work for the day is put to a halt.
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