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My latest little fun side project is building myself a media server for my home. Right now it's installing the software on my little raspberry pi. The goal in the end is that I will have the hard drive that has all of my movies attached to this raspberry pi so that I can stream my movies and shows any internet connected TV in my home. -I am,Your Geek! ...
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2 months ago

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I had a great time as the guest speaker at NAWBO. What a wonderful group of ladies. And the biggest lesson from yesterday's speech on protecting yourself and your data? CHANGE YOUR PASSWORDS! Yeah I know it's a headache of a task but it's also your front line of defense. A big thanks to NAWBO for having me. Here's me and a Nawbo member, Theresa. Yes, she's tall. Yes, I'm short. Yes we make for a funny picture. 😂🤣😂-I am,Your Geek! ...
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3 months ago

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Windows 11 will be coming later in the year. It's a big change from Windows 10 and many of you may not have a computer that is compatible with Windows 11. Go ahead and check it out now to determine if a new computer will be in your future, or if you will just stay on Windows 10. You can visit the upgrade page on the Microsoft website and download a tool to check for compatibility here: www.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/windows-11. One of the big requirements is TPM 2.0. You may not know if your computer has a TPM chip. You can check to see if it does. I checked mine out by pressing the windows key plus R and typed in the command tpm.msc. From the screen that loads next you're looking for two things: "The TPM is ready for use" and the version number which needs to be 2.0. See the screenshot where I have circled the things you're looking for. That lets you know that you have the TPM chip and it's the right version number. If you need help checking out your computer ahead of the Windows 11 release, I'm happy to help you do a precheck.-I am,Your Geek! ...
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