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Mionix Naos 7000 Gaming Mouse

Ergonomic gaming mouse by Mionix. Introducing the Mionix Naos 7000. In the world of gaming, it seems there is always one piece of hardware that people hold very close to them; the mouse. I definitely don’t consider myself to be a gamer, but if I did, this would be one mouse I would take a […]


Question: What VM Software Should I Use?

What is the best VM (Virtual Machine) software for Mac OS X? It’s about time I get my butt back in gear with tutorials! This is going to require me to setup a test lab here at the house. The problem is, I don’t currently have a test lab nor do I have the hardware […]

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Bose Soundlink Color Unboxing

We live in a time where wireless technology is becoming more and more common. The early days of wireless audio technology presented multiple issues. Interference, excessive quality loss,  and Instability. Today, those issues have been greatly minimized and in some cases resolved. Like many brands, BOSE has taken advantage of utilizing wireless audio technology. Today, we’re […]


Google Nexus 6 Review!

Name of Product: Google Nexus 6 What does the Google Nexus 6 promise to deliver?A bigger phone with more everything More screen to see More sound to hear More powerful processor Does the Nexus 6 deliver on those promises? If not more of everything, then pretty darn close. Screen Size: 6” Quad HD display up […]



Nexus 6 Unboxing Lewis unboxing the new Nexus 6 by Motorola. Specifications (From T-Mobile) Size and Weight 6.27 x 3.27 x 0.39 inches 6.56 ounces Operating System and Processor Android 5.0 Lollipop 2.7 GHz Quad-Core Processor Battery Life Up to 24 hours talk time Up to 13 days standby time Camera, Photos and Video 13 […]


Computer Basics Tutorials – PCSimplest

How do I use a computer? How do I create a shortcut? How do I backup my computer files? If the above questions sound familiar by you or by someone who has asked you, then I recommend checking out and/or his YouTube channel. I have been in the computer industry for as long as I […]

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Mionix Avior 7000 – Gaming Mouse

An award winning professional gaming mouse – Mionix Avior 7000 Looking for a new mouse? Take a look at Mionix’s product line and you might run across the Avior 7000. In the world of gaming mice, there are a lot of choices out there. Since I’m not a gamer, I am going to leave the […]

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Loftek Naja-8H CCTV Security Camera

Adding a different CCTV camera to an already setup QSEE system? One method of home security for me is the use of CCTV security cameras. I recently purchased an 8-channel QSEE system that came with 4 CCTV cameras. The ones that came with the kit are decent, but the quality is not as good as […]

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How to Delete Home Drives

Since Microsoft Server 2008 R2, deleting home folders that are created automatically via Active Directory isn’t as easy as just right-clicking the folder and selecting delete. It’s probably just a safety feature, but deleting home drives can be challenging to those people who might be in charge of their company’s tech while it’s not their […]

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GPO Wireless Settings – Group Policy

How to configure wireless settings via GPO (Group Policy). Group policy is a valuable and powerful tool for Systems Administrators. Knowing what types of configurations you have available to you within Group Policy is valuable. This tutorial will show how to streamline your laptop configurations and builds by having the wireless configuration pushed out via […]

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