Microsoft is planning to do away with the Nokia branding on smartphones
Today is the first business day with Stephen Elop serving as Executive Vice President of the Microsoft Devices Group, which now oversees an expanded devices business that includes Lumia devices from the Nokia acquisition. As part of the deal, Microsoft is free to use the Nokia brand for the next 10 years, though Microsoft is fairly eager to drop the brand from its smartphone offerings. Stephen Elop revealed as much (and more) and in a Q&A today.
The doctor tackles Recovering a Laptop RAID, PSU Questions, Wireless Uploads, and more
Recovering Data from a Laptop RAID
Question: I have an MSI GT683 laptop with two 500GB hard drives in RAID 0. My motherboard failed under warranty. The laptop is not worth repairing, so they are sending me a new laptop. The new one is an MSI GT783R with two 750GB hard drives in RAID 0.
Note: This article was taken from the May issue of the magazine.
The doctor tackles CPU Temperatures, Dual-Booting Windows 7 and 8, Hybrid Drives for Gaming, and more
Will My GPU Support Touchscreens?
I want to build a PC based on your Midsize Menace (Build It, June 2012), except with 32GB of RAM, an Asus GTX 670 DirectCU TOP video card, and Windows 8. My questions revolve around the touchscreen user interface. Will the Asus GTX 670 drive dual touchscreen monitors with the ports it has, and what is the difference in types of monitors?...
This month the doctor tackles ram errors, RAIDing different drives, and more
Five years ago, I built a computer that has performed without problems. I put in an Intel DP965LT 775 motherboard, Intel Core 2 Duo E6700 processor, EVGA GeForce 8800 GTS videocard, two Western Digital 500GB drives, two Toshiba DVD drives, and two sticks of Crucial 1GB DDR2/667 memory. By today’s standards, the machine is ancient, but it has been fine for my needs...
Note: This feature was taken from the December issue of the magazine.