Happy Friday, Hackerspace! Welcome to the latest iteration of the Friday Open Thread. Come on in and share your world with us, post some GIFs, ask for help, start a pillow fight or sign up to host a Friday Open Thread.
Organizing an art exhibition isn’t a joke, especially if it’s your first. Everything has to be perfect and sometimes, it might be a tad difficult remembering where to even start. However, we have come up with a few tips that should point you in the right direction. Look through below:
I’m only posting a link here, but it was most useful to me, especially the ‘windows boot’ suggestion. But it’s all worth looking at, if you’re wondering about ways to light a fire under Windows 10.
Thank you! I appreciate the speedy reply and the share. Is there any update on a moderator who would be able to grant me authorship status? I’d love to be able to post directly to Hackerspace.
iPhones, for all their usefulness, have one very important issue to contend with; memory use and availability. More often than not, uses of iPhones find themselves deleting their files and media in an aim to free up more apace. If you’re tired of that, you might want to look through below to see a…
Some Windows Magnifier pointers I found at Superuser.
Do you sign the backs of your credit and debit cards? How about tearing up or shredding your old bank statements? In the age of massive data breaches and hackers galore, does that sort of thing even matter?
Welcome to the first overdue Open Thread of July! Do you know what day it is? *say in Rebecca Black’s voice* Yeah-ah-ah! It’s Friday, Friday! Partyin’! Partyin’! Fun, fun, fun, fun! Let’s throw a GIF party!
Hi Whitenoise, Hackerspace, Groupthink, Powder Room, Odeck, Tay, Oppo, Backtalk, Clashtalk, CrossTalk, & Gawrker, how’s it going? Sorry for the missing thread last week, I’m on a tour of the national parks, (half camping/half hotels) and much appreciating urban cell/data coverage. What do you most miss when you’re…
Hi! How can I become an author here on Hackerspace?
Monitoring what your kids do online is very important due to the fact that it goes a long way in controlling what they see and what they have access to. The internet is filled with all sorts, and the things your kids see will go a long way in determining who they move with and how they’ll turn out…
This is something that I noticed had changed from Win7 (could be it was there in Win8, but I wasn’t there for it). But anyway, the Magnifier I suspect is the reason that MS took away so many of the easy ways to change text sizes for Win10—- they want you to use Magnifier more often, whenever you want to get in closer.
Having a crush on someone is all natural. In the world of modern technology, expressing feelings for someone special is just One App away!
Kegging day is a joyous day indeed. Using this chart
Hi all. I just wanted to share one of the latest things I’ve been making. I can’t put my finger on it, quite, but there’s something about it that I like. As you can see, it’s been a long hard lego haul, with bricks left over. Alas, not enough bigger blocks were left to make proper fortifications, to ward off Lego…
I hate to say it, but screw that Autohotkey script I posted, the capslock onscreen indicator. A couple of beep tones may be better. You could try this:
- press the Win key
- type “ease of access”
- scroll down to the heading “make the keyboard easier to use”
- put a checkmark next to ‘Turn on Toggle keys’
A low pitched…
I found this at a tenforums thread. It’s for anyone who doesn’t want their display going, but wants the comp to carry on with whatever they left it doing. Specifically, it’s for if you don’t want to wait for power management to time out the screen.
^^ You can make a shortcut out of…
Well I thought maybe this would have some value. It’s an autohotkey script that shows a tooltip that indicates the status of the capslock key when you tap that key. I found the script at an ahk thread, can’t remember which one. It works, but that’s about it.
settimer, removetooltip, -3000
Hello everyone. I have the thread this week. So just let me begin by saying that life is like a lego block. It fits, but the corners are sharp and there are bumpy things that give you away. And there are color mismatches.
But we do go on. Brick wall or no brick wall. Speaking of personal photos, here’s this one I took…