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Tea Break

Have a break… have a Kit Kat… A light hearted break from work.

Jan 19 2019

Backup Email in Outlook 2007, WinXP, find PST file.

windows xp

In Windows XP the PST files are usually located in:

C:/Documents and Settings/Administrator/Local Settings/Application Data/Microsoft/Outlook

Looking for Windows 7 Outlook 2010 PST location… click here

Jan 17 2019

SONY damages BluRay Drive via latest update

Playstation PS3 Bluray drive problems have arisen from SONY’s latest Firmware (FW) updates, namely 3.0 and 3.0.1 - the updates were not tested on the older PS3 machines and have pushed the laser beyond its original specification, rendering the PS3 Bluray drive permanently unusable for games and movies.

Jan 15 2019

Smallest 1080p LCD TV

World’s smallest FULL HD TV is to hit the market. The 22in 1920×1080 pixel TV from LG is set to be a real workhorse for PC/MAC/PS3/XBOX and of course TV.

Jan 06 2019

PS3 Resolution woes

As most of you know the PS3 can output a true 1080p resolution, and a few other resolutions - but where it really lacks is in the increasingly popular resolution of 1680 x 1050.

Jan 05 2019

Office warfare, USB missile launcher


USB Missile Launcher lets you take office warfare to a whole new level. The USB-controlled missile launch system is 16cm high and features three foam missiles complete with stability fins. The supplied Windows software lets you rotate the launch platform up to 180 degrees and tilt back up to 45 degrees before hitting the big red fire button, which is accompanied by a cool sound effect.

Jan 04 2019

Paypal reversal scam

It appears that a recurring Paypal scam is taking hold for many Paypal sellers, where Paypal are quick to empty legitimate sellers accounts, initiated by scammers requesting fake refunds!

Jan 02 2019

Doing some coding, how does 10 million lines sound?

Linux has now surpassed 10 million lines of code according to sources, this does include blank lines, comments and text files but none the less is a staggering amount of data.