Archive for July 2021


The venerable ATX standard was developed in 1995 by Intel. It uses a power supply with many output voltages to motherboard. Ever since the original ATX PSU standard, the improvements have been gradual and never disruptive. Intel has been feeling some years that it is time to update the way PC motherboards. Starting in 2019,

Linux news summer 2021

Linux Kernel Nixes IDE Support In the Latest 5.14 Release Candidate Linux founder Linus Torvalds recently posted an update on the Linux Kernel Mailing List announcing the arrival of Linux kernel version 5.14. Perhaps the biggest change is the removal of legacy support for Parallel ATA (PATA), also referred to as ATAm or IDE.

Windows 10 tips

How to Run Windows 10 From a USB Drive Loading and running Windows 10 from a USB drive is a handy option when you’re using a computer saddled with an older version of Windows. Windows 10 network commands Windows Package Manager 1.0 Kone jumissa? Näin palautat Windows 10:n menettämättä tiedostojasi Menikö kone

Donkey Kong celebrates its 40th anniversary

Happy birthday, Donkey Kong – and Mario! Donkey Kong celebrates its 40th anniversary today THE ICONIC APE AND MARIO BOTH MADE THEIR DEBUTS ON JULY 9, 1981 It was on July 9, 1981 that Nintendo first published and released the original Donkey Kong arcade machines in Japan, kicking off a series that would remain

Behringer CT100 look inside

Behringer Cable Tester CT100 is a pretty nice and cheap cable tester for all kinds of audio cables.The CT100 accepts many type of cable you might use in a recording or live performance situation: XLR, mono and TRS phone (¼”, 1⁄8″, TT), RCA and even MIDI. here are three operating modes: Cable Test, installed Cable

Faked telephone ring tone

The Western Electric Model 500 and its subsequent variants were so ubiquitous that you almost couldn’t go anywhere without seeing one, especially in the United States. You have seen and heard this literal fixture of American life phone on countless of TV series and movies. Unfortunately many producers have been a little lazy and did

Ransomware gang closes physical shops!

Ransomware gang closes physical shops! The Swedish supermarket chain Coop, one of the largest grocery stores in the country, had to close EVERY of its 800 branches on Saturday. The cyber incident Friday after point-of-sale tills and self-service checkouts stopped working. REvil ransomware gang targeted managed service providers (MSPs) and their customers in a massive