I am usually not that guy who writes much about consoles like Play Station or Xbox but I found an interesting news and it´s worth to mention. As a gamer you might know that a lot of companies and online game stores have something like a point system. That means that they don´t show you your local real currency but instead some of them convert your deposit to points. And many people are aware of the fact that this has only one reason…. confusing you and make you pay more than you usually would do. Yes, I have the balls … Continue reading Microsoft Point System Disestablished Soon
The image above is a little bit old. I shot this image in autumn 2013 I guess. Bought some more fans for my computer as got a new computer case at that time. It´s possible to install much more cooling fans in the case and that´s what I did then. It´s really cooling the system much more down. Continue reading More Cooling For The System
This news here is mainly for the World of Warcraft players. According to the Blizzard Support Forum, there is a new trojan virus that can even compromise the accounts of WoW players who use a Authenticator as a second safety layer. Blizzard warns… We’ve been receiving reports regarding a dangerous Trojan that is being used to compromise player’s accounts even if they are using an authenticator for protection. The Trojan acts in real time to do this by stealing both your account information and the authenticator password at the time you enter them. It seems that Blizzard is investigating the … Continue reading Attention: A Trojan Virus That Can Even Compromise World of Warcraft Accounts With an Authenticator
Video source: bitcoin.org What is a Bitcoin? Interested in new technology, I came across the Bitcoin topic some time ago. Bitcoins are a decentralized peer-to-peer (transferred from person to person) digital currency which means there is no central authority like banks or governments behind the currency and the transaction process is done by a network of private computers. The users of these computers, the “miners” get recompensed with transaction fees and newly created Bitcoins. But the systems of all the worldwide Bitcoin miners have to solve a complex math problem first and the algorithm leads over time to the case … Continue reading Bitcoin, the Decentralized peer-to-peer Digital Currency
In view of the occasion, I will write a short article about a very common way and procedure to make a memory check and to find out if you have installed a faulty RAM Module in your System. A friend called me today and told me that he has some trouble with his computer. He told me about several system crashes and blue screens. You maybe know that this could happen because of several reasons. It might be a faulty memory module but it could be another hardware defect or even a driver problem as well. But those blue screens … Continue reading How to do a Memory Check to find out if you have a faulty RAM Module installed in your System
A friend found some nice hardware deals on Amazon and upgraded his system and asked me later how he can check if his computer memory is running in dual channel mode. He was unsure if he did integrate his memory … Continue reading How to Check if Your Computer Memory is Running in Dual Channel Mode.