Monthly Archives: August 2015

How to change iTunes default backup location.

More and more computers are using fast SSD storage. Even the sizes are growing it it still too valuable space to use for backups. iTunes backs up only part of  iOS data like app files, settings and camera roll photos from the iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch each time you sync. Nevertheless, the iOS backup files may quickly accumulate… Read More »

Windows 10 – USB WiFi drops connection

After upgrade to Windows 10  PC started to loose WiFi connection. WiFi adapter was plugged into USB. After some investigation it felt like WiFi drops connection because of power saving kicking in. Here is how you can disable power  saving for USB WiFi adapter : Open Network settings    Open Network and Sharing Center   Change Adapter… Read More »

Failed Windows 10 upgrade continued.

As described in previous post Windows 7 forced upgrade on my Shuttle HX61V failed with infinite boot loop. I removed all thirdparty drivers but did not help.  PC was left on this state, USB3 was not  working etc. Today arrived scheduled upgrade. I decided to give a try. After initial downloads upgrade started. It took really… Read More »

Windows 10 and Samsung CLX-318x Printer Scanner installation

———————————— Update 16.12. 2015 – Current Samsung drivers should work fine with windows 10, so go to Samsung‘s website and downoad PC fax Utility (Software) ver.V2.02.14 – Win 2000/XP/Vista/Win 7/Win 8/Win 8.1/Win 10(32bit,64bit) (MULTI LANGUAGE, 11.71 MB) – 15.12.2015 ———————————— Network  connected Samsung CLX-318x  Color Multifunction Laser Printers are not found by default by Windows 10. I downloaded  universal… Read More »

Windows 10 default privacy

If you installed Windows 10 using Express settings, then Microsoft made privacy settings decisions for you. And by default they are not in your favor. The mayor issue is that Windows 10 automatically assigns an advertising ID to each user on a device tied to the email address that’s on file. Using that ID, the company… Read More »

Hobby project – Lego NXT, XBox 360 controller, PC and C#. Part 3

Back to Part 2 Now time is ready to start actual programming. We will use classical desktop Windows Forms Application. For target framework we choose .NET 4.5 As MonoBrick defualt library  is compiled to target x86 then we have to do same   First task is to add libraries mentioned in Part 2 – J2i.Net.XInputWrapper.dll fro Xbox Ciontroller… Read More »