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Make A DIY X-Acto Knife from Broken Steel Saw Blade

I bought an X-acto knife from National Book Store. The tool has a ballpen like handle  with a detachable scalpel blade on tip. The package has three spare blade replacement. I am using it for cutting out paper, for irregular curves. Slicing irregular curves is hard to do with scissors  and regular cutter blades. Sadly, […]

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How to Prevent Rusting of Nails and Screws

Development of rust is due to present of three things. The steel, oxygen and moisture. To explain: metal rusts when exposed to oxygen and moisture, a chemical reaction. This is very common on steel nails and screws. They should be lead coated but manufacturing companies barely do it to cut on cost. Rust prevention is […]

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CPU / Hard Disk Temperature Monitoring With Lavalys Everest

Computers and laptops cooling mechanisms sometimes fail. Then a rapid overheating will occur. The gadget will say goodbye to you when its not equipped with overheat protection device. It is highly recommended to use a monitoring software to detect overheating of computer components. I am using Lavalys Everest for this purpose. How to: 1) Download […]

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Trim Down Window 7 Components Using RT Se7en Lite

Thanks to WinterStorm 2050 of Rockers Team. I was able to make my own version of Window 7 Lite.  I used RT Se7en Lite in trimming down unnecessary files especially drivers and language packs. I followed his list of safe to remove components and added some to suit my needs. I sorted the list for […]

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How to Setup Qos in Tomato firmware

What to do with Tomato Firmware Qos capabilities? Set it up to prevent those greedy bandwidth huggers. The settings below works great for me. 1) I enabled Qos engine. I can be found in Qos – Basic Settings. 2) I disabled the “ack”. Download managers tend to send a lot of this. I never know […]

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