Interesting Find #22

Next post in the interesting find series.

  1. Speccy – an advanced and very cool System Information tool for your PC.
  2. Channeling Earth – Rivers Seen From Space
  3. The SSD Relapse – Understanding and Choosing the Best SSD
  4. Turn off laptop screen – every machine does not have an option to switch off the screen (say at night) and this small app is perfect for those situations – very handy at night.
  5. How to save and share ridiculously large files – well the name says it all. 🙂
  6. SQL Server I/O Internals – if you wanted to know how SQL Server handles I/O then this is a very interesting read.
  7. Clustered Tables vs Heap Tables – interesting to understand the comparisons in SQL Server (especially if/when you will be dealing with SQL Azure).
  8. Cloud Computing footprint – is it time we started measuring our digital footprint just the same as we have our carbon footprint?
  9. Zettabytes – Petabytes is so yesterday; hello Zettabytes! I wonder how one indexes that?
  10. Let me Google that for you – perfect for when you get a question from a few lazy people.
  11. Let me Bing that for you – same as above, except this uses Bing.
  12. 15 RDP Solutions for Linux – good write up comparing the various options you have if you want to RDP to Linux from Windows/Mac.
  13. Ninite easy PC Setup – Install multiple apps at once without toolbars or clicking Next. Quite handy if you have less-technical friends/family. 🙂

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Amit Bahree

This blog is my personal blog and while it does reflect my experiences in my professional life, this is just my thoughts. Most of the entries are technical though sometimes they can vary from the wacky to even political – however that is quite rare. Quite often, I have been asked what’s up with the “gibberish” and the funny title of the blog? Some people even going the extra step to say that, this is a virus that infected their system (ahem) well. [:D] It actually is quite simple, and if you have still not figured out then check out this link – whats in a name?

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