Networking « West 4 Communications

By: West 4 Communications  09-12-2011

Networking « West 4 Communications

Frank, a Humanist friend from Wales, just returned to Vancouver with a 17 inch Macbook Pro. In the UK he uses a mobile broadband dongle to connect to the internet. He asked me about how he can connect his laptop to the internet here in Vancouver. He said that he wanted a broadband (high speed) [..]


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09-12-2011

Dell Inspiron 1525 « West 4 Communications

I’ve been experimenting with trying to run OSX on a number of different laptops; a Toshiba P200-BW1, a Dell mini 10v (10 inch. I think OS X is the best operating system out there right now in terms of power and ease of use. Dell Inspiron 1525 «West 4 Communications. Ubuntu is great for networking projects. Windows 7 is gaining ground.


09-12-2011

Uncategorized « West 4 Communications

Let’s begin with the grand-daddies of file sharing – Napster, Limewire and Emule. This article will get the music and movies streaming onto your screen. Movies and programs now with a minimum of fuss.


09-12-2011

Hackintosh « West 4 Communications

However after checking out the three Mac stores in downtown Vancouver, Simply Computing, WestWorld and Mac Market I came. All of Apple’s laptops come with a built-in WiFi adapter called an Airport. I didn’t anticipate any issues with just adding a USB wifi adapter.


09-12-2011

Dell Inspiron Mini 10v « West 4 Communications

Sleep problem on Dell Inspiron mini 10v Hackintosh Snow Leopard 10.6. User closes the lid on the laptop to force sleep, then opens the lid. The screen comes on but the OS freezes before loading Finder. Dell Inspiron Mini 10v «West 4 Communications.


09-12-2011

Google « West 4 Communications

So how can you speed up your site without spending a lot of cash on a dedicated super fast server. Use caching (pardon the pun).


09-12-2011

Toshiba Satellite P200-BW1 « West 4 Communications

I’ve been experimenting with trying to run OSX on a number of different laptops; a Toshiba P200-BW1, a Dell mini 10v (10 inch. I think OS X is the best operating system out there right now in terms of power and ease of use. Toshiba Satellite P200-BW1 «West 4 Communications. Ubuntu is great for networking projects. Windows 7 is gaining ground.