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Using WOL to remotely wake-up your PC

Using WOL to remotely wake-up your PC

Send a magic packet to your PC and wake it from sleep

I often find myself needing to remotely access my PC from work or from a friend’s or family’s house to grab a few pictures or documents I omitted to bring along with me. Thankfully, my computers are setup to be arisen from their slumber with nothing more than a properly-shaped packet of data sent to the right place. Once online, I can log into the machine via Remote Desktop, Telnet, SSH or VNC/Log Me In.

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Full Throttle

Games you should have played, Vol. 2

Full Throttle

What video game combines my love of motorcycles, being a bad ass, murder and adventure all the while listening to heavy rock at the same time? No, not The Lost and Damned, you yuppie (but I did love that game too), I’m talking about LucasArt’s SCUMM classic: Full Throttle.

First released in April 1995, Full Throttle was LucasArt’s tenth SCUMM game, and the first game they’ve released for Windows. The adventure, point-and-click follows the story of protagonist and biker gang leader “Ben” as he attempts to clear his name after being falsely accused of the murder of the last motorcycle manufacturer, Malcolm Corley.

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Simply Smooth

Simply smooth wallpapers for your desktop

10 smooth, silky and clean backgrounds

A long time, I stumbled onto a very smooth wallpaper and the people were craving for more. When it comes to desktop wallpapers, simplicity is best so I’ve come up with these simple, smooth backgrounds in 1680×1050 and 1440×900. Like ‘em or don’t. Either way, they’ll be here when you’ll want them!

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Speed up and secure Google Chrome/Firefox by using a RAM disk

Speed up and secure Google Chrome/Firefox by using a RAM disk

Moving your browser's cache to a RAM disk

It’s no secret that Google’s Chrome browser is fast. Really, really fast. But with a little help from our friend the RAM disk, we can make it even faster. If you’ve never used a RAM disk before, you’ve been missing out on a potential speed increase, especially those of you on laptops who often have slower hard drives than their desktop counterparts, but plenty or RAM.

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How to install, setup and configure WordPress on your PC

Run Wordpress on your PC using WAMP Server

WAMP Server (short for Windows Apache, MySQL and PHP) installs and runs some of the most popular server applications locally, all in one easy package allowing you to run a fully-functional WordPress installation on your home machine, server or even in a virtual machine.

In this article, we’ll be looking at WAMP Server 2.0i, its installation, configuration and how to drop in WordPress so we can develop themes locally and work on our websites away from the public eye, or without an internet connection.

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