12. February 2011 20:02
I have an apple aluminium keyboard attached to my Windows PC, primarily I enjoy typing on apples new keyboards, having had one on my laptop. However I was getting increasingly annoyed with the fact that none of the Windows keyboard mappings match the keys on my keyboard. When you have Windows installed in Bootcamp on a Mac, it installs a key mapping for you, but on a standard Windows PC it does not. After a bit of digging, I cam across this downloadable mapping file, that does exactly that. I can now get my @, " and # symbols from the right keys. It's the simple things that make you happy!
9. September 2010 17:09
Remember all the tutorials about creating a bootable USB stick run ESX off, that needed 1 or more other programs to create a boot image? Well there is now an easier way. I've just discovered that in ESXi 4.1 (and to be fair I have not checked recent earlier versions) you can now install ESXi straight from CD to the USB memory stick, much easier. This made