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Have you ever felt overwhelmed by the piles of paper cluttering your home? It’s no fun task to keep up with the steady inflow of paper from employers, utility companies, insurers, and so on – it never ends! Here’s how I put a stop to the paper flood. I solved the paper mess and went paperless instead. Continue reading
Minecraft for Windows has the “multiplayer” button disabled. There’s a tooltip that says, “Multiplayer is disabled. Please check your Microsoft Account settings”.Â That would have been a helpful tooltip if there were any relevant “Microsoft Account settings” that can enable multiplayer. But there is no such setting!
I can now confirm that there is a working solution, but it’s so obscure that not even an hour on the phone with first Xbox Support and then Microsoft Support was able to resolve it! Continue reading
Linux is awesome in the sense that any and all kinds to software you’d ever need, is available for free. It’s easy to see why people are so fond of it. Until you need to install new hardware, like a graphics card or, in this case, a TV tuner card. Then all hell breaks loose. Continue reading
I’ve been fighting spam on my sites for too long. I’m happy to announce that I have found a solution that seems pretty damn watertight. Best of all, it does it completely without bothering the user with silly tests. Continue reading