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Sep/16

Fujitsu ScanSnap S1300i Review

Overview I’ve been planning to get a document scanner for a while now and it was a choice between Canon’s P225II or Fujitsu ScanSnap S1300i. Fortunately one of them was discounted to make the decision easier – the ScanSnap. Hardware … Continue reading

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Jul/16

Left Speaker Bias Asus Maximus VI Hero

After checking I wasn’t going deaf I figured out the left speaker was louder than the right speaker from my PC. I only noticed this on Windows 10 and I have been dealing with the issue by moving the speaker … Continue reading

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Jun/16

Document Organisation Part 3 – Optical Character Recognition

Overview I wanted the text in scans to be embedded in the PDF document which PDF does support. Other solutions I’ve seen have been to include a copy of the text in a separate text file with the same name … Continue reading

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Mar/16

Windows 10 Waking From Sleep

Overview Since switching to Windows 10 I have been seeing the computer being woken up from sleep from random events here are some of the things I looked at to solve the wake up issue. Setup Set the computer to … Continue reading

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Sep/15

Document Organisation Part 2 – Management

Overview Similar to my photo organisation post I have also looked into doing something similar for documents. The goal is become paperless or at least less reliant on paper documentation. When I embarked on this workflow optimisation I wanted to … Continue reading

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Sep/15

Document Organisation Part 1 – Physical To Virtual Documents

Overview This is the first post of a series where I describe the electronic documentation management system I use. It’s a system that works fairly well for me and I hope it can pass on this information and even better … Continue reading

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Aug/15

Make Windows Update Time More Often

Overview Microsoft Windows doesn’t update the clock enough times in the day and when you have a motherboard with a dodgy clock it doesn’t help when the time drifts. Thankfully the time synchronization can be controlled using the Task Scheduler … Continue reading

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Jul/15

Windows 8 Sticky Edges

Similar to Ubuntu Microsoft has decided to add a bit of resistance on the edges of a multi-monitor display setup. This allows the system to popup a menu (like the charm bar) before allowing your cursor to move to the … Continue reading