Introduction In today’s digital age, the computer mouse has become an indispensable tool for navigating the vast virtual world of your personal computer. If you’ve recently acquired a USB mouse and are wondering how to connect it to your PC, you’re in the right place. This step-by-step guide will take you through the process, explaining the fundamental concepts of USB technology, computer mice, and why you might choose to use a USB mouse. USB is a standard protocol used for …
When I came to post the previous post on my blog, I found that my host’s recent upgrade to PHP 7.3 broke what seemed like everything. Turns out it’s just one plugin – Crayon Syntax Highlighter, which is really useful for styling code in posts. Unfortunately, the developer hasn’t updated his plugin in three years or so, and it seems to be changes to how regex is used that has broken it. You may get the same error I did: …
We’ve all been there. Setting up a new machine and giving it a 20GB hard drive because it’ll literally only need 4GB ever and then, two years later, it’s somehow full and won’t boot. Unlike Windows based guests on Hyper-V, which can have their drives resized easily by the Hyper-V tools, Linux guests are a little different. You can certainly resize the disk image in the same way (turn the VM off, choose Edit Disk, and then Expand), but Linux …
When backing up to a Synology NAS using VeeamZIP via PowerShell, the job was failing with an “isFileExists” error. Here’s the solution.
The last animation
Crash! But not that sort of crash.
I like to move it.
Let’s Make A Game.
I could just turn the volume up really high and listen through the ceiling.