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Properly Installing a SoundBlaster Sound Card in Windows

Properly Installing a SoundBlaster Sound Card in Windows

If you bought yourself a sound card for better audio and are not getting what you expected you may be the victim of poor defaults from the driver installation. I own a SoundBlaster Audigy SE and found that for a few years now the Creative Audio Control Panel has some strange settings by default leaving you clueless as to why only some of your speakers work and why it’s all echo’y.

First Impressions: Windows 10 Anniversary Update (Build 14393)

First Impressions: Windows 10 Anniversary Update (Build 14393)

Microsoft unleashed the Anniversary Update for Windows 10 (also known by it’s codename Redstone) last week(8/2). If you have Windows Pro, should you defer the upgrade? Is this update proving a point about how average users will be hurt by the always first update process required for Windows 10?

What happens if you don’t upgrade to Windows 10?

What happens if you don’t upgrade to Windows 10?

Last year Microsoft announced that (almost)anyone with Windows 7 or 8 device could upgrade for free to Windows 10 within a year from the July launch date. In just a short time, this window for free Windows will expire. So what happens if you don’t upgrade?

Organizing My Digital Workspace/Home Lab

Organizing My Digital Workspace/Home Lab

For tech enthusiasts and those budding to be, it is a bit difficult to scale and organize your workspace/home lab. It recently dawned on me that I hadn’t taken into account how to organize things or put forth the proper effort to making the most of my time and maximizing my productivity. Mostly because set up will be a huge time sink. So in this post I will try to address how I plan to rework everything and keep all…

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Ditch Adobe Reader and Flash

Ditch Adobe Reader and Flash

It’s 2016 and your PC still needs to Adobe Reader and Flash right? Well, not really. You can get by without having to manage ether. Actually it’s best that you do ditch them for your computers security.