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Running your Raspberry Pi on a conventional (or SSD) hard disk or a USB thumb drive

A Raspberry Pi (mine is an RPI 3) requires a MicroSD card to boot, but once booted it is not required any longer. This is great because while very convenient, a MicroSD card is not as robust and hardy as a regular SSD card or even a regular USB flash device. 476 more words

Raspberry Pi

SSD Hard Disk Mounting Adapter

In older PC cabinets the SSD mounting is impossible as there is no sizeable mounting bracket in the system.

In that case one has to keep the SSD loosely either on a HDD mounting area or just keeping it hanging. 39 more words


HP ZBook 15u G3 Mobile Workstation - A Tech's tale

As you may have gathered (especially if you’ve read my About me) I work in IT support and have done for over 20 years now and many things have changed in that time but I won’t bore you with that!   1,198 more words


Miscellaneous computer tips - Volume 6

Disabling the opening screen in Windows 10

One of the announces that some have regarding Windows 10 is that you have to flick a screen in order to get to the actual login screen. 485 more words


The Impact of Extremely High Density SSD Drives - Viking Technology Briefing Note

The next generation of solid state drives (SSD) are coming to market. Some are focused on performance and are leveraging NVMe connectivity to reduce latency. Others are focused on extremely high capacity (50TBs+) and are designed for dense data center storage that powers analytics and big data processing. 686 more words

Briefing Note

Microsoft Surface Pro up for pre-orders in Singapore

(Source: www.techgoondu.com)

The latest version of the Microsoft Surface Pro is open for pre-orders in Singapore today, with the tablet-cum-laptop shipping to customers here on August 15.  268 more words


Head to Head: HDD vs SSD

Consumers today are met with a range of storage solutions for their technological device. However you may be wondering what they all mean? What are the advantages and the disadvantages of using different types of memory? 498 more words