If you look closely you’ll see that hard drives never show their full advertised capacity.
Perhaps you’ve bought a nice new 1 TB hard drive to copy files to – but it only shows 930 GB of available space.
But why can’t you save 1 TB of files on that new 1 TB hard drive and where has the missing space gone? Continue reading “Why you can’t use 100% of hard drive capacity”
For two months I’ve been using a Ring Doorbell 2 – a “smart” home security device which doubles as a door bell and security camera – letting you know who comes to your front door.
Here’s my experience using the Doorbell 2. Continue reading “[REVIEW] Ring Doorbell 2”
So you’ve landed an interview for an IT Support job – you’ve prepared for the interview but what asking your own questions? Continue reading “7 questions to ask at an IT Support job interview”
If you’ve worked with HP printers for long enough – you’ll notice the product codes always end with a series of letters. Continue reading “What do HP product codes mean”
Public Wi-Fi may seem like a convenient way to get free quick access to the Internet – but it comes with some risks. Continue reading “5 ways to stay safe on public Wi-Fi”
Experienced Windows users will know there’s two commands to minimise all windows
- Win + D (show desktop)
- Win + M (minimise)
They may appear to be the same – but they are very slightly different.
Here’s 3 ways Win + D (show desktop) and Win + M (minimise) are different. Continue reading “The difference between Win + D and Win + M commands”
Having clearly documented processes helps build stronger communication and understanding in your organisation. Continue reading “4 things to do before writing a process map”
Process maps are a valuable tool in the workplace – they allows you to communicate, document and investigate a business process.
But making a process map that works can be difficult. Continue reading “Six tips for creating a process map that works”
Password expiration is a common practice in enterprise environments – requiring users to regularly change their passwords.
This practice was sold as a security measure – however changing a password which is not compromised does not add any security – if anything it encourages to write down their for ever changing passwords. Continue reading “Passwords for keeps – Microsoft removes password expiration Windows 10 security baseline”