A while back Service Pack 2 for SharePoint was released. That’s all good. But unfortunately you might run into some snags installing it. This post is an attempt at doing a write-up of the issues I’ve seen on blogs, in support kb’s and that myself and my colleagues at Microsoft Services Sweden have encountered, being […]
This is just a fairly pointless rant on twitter usage, so if it don’t fall within your sphere of interest, stop reading now! 🙂 A while back I wrote a post about starting to twitter. I’m starting to get a hang of it now. The thing that seems a little conflicted in my mind is […]
This have been my little weekend project this weekend (ok, some Christmas preparations to). Background As some of you know I play underwater rugby. The communication from the Swedish Underwater Rugby Association to it’s members is mainly through the news page on their site’s news page: http://www.ssdf.se/t3.aspx?p=51459 (in Swedish). This page is only exposing HTML […]
Everybody is talking about twitter, tweet this and tweeting that. And I haven’t really got the point yet. So this Saturday during a Chili cook out my friends Mårten and Johan tried to explain it to me. They did a job good enough to make me give it a try anyway. So I’m now on […]
A couple of weeks ago I felt that it was time to give my laptop (Dell Latitude D830) a clean install. I’ve been running Vista 64-bit on it and it has worked great. I’ve also been curious at Hyper-V and not totally satisfied with Virtual PC (the vm’s are often to slow). Said and done, […]
I am a font geek and I just love the Consolas font. I started using Consolas in Visual Studio and now I want it in more places. So I sat out on a mission to get Consolas into my Command Prompt. Here’s how: Get Consolas Font Pack and install it Crank up regedit and browse […]
There is two major updates released for Windows Vista, they will probably be rolled up into Vista Service Pack 1, but if you’re like me and always want the latest and the greatest (ok, sometimes my early adoptions been a little premature and not always great;)) on your box, go get them.
Just stumbled upon this little utility at CodePlex: Vista Battery Saver. Installed it on my laptop and it seems very promising. It can be configured to do smart things like change your power plan when you unplug the power cord and vise versa. Other things it does is to disable Aero and the Sidebar.
This guy have pushed the envelope when it comes to using OneNote this (click once) install enables you to see all your OneNote’s in a calendar view. OneNote Calendar
This is probably one of those everyone-else-but-me-alread-know-about-this kinda moments. But in Vista there is a built in snipping tool. What this tool does it helps you taking dumps of a specific portion of the screen. Not like Print Screen which only allows the whole screen or the active window to be captured.