I decided to get the HP iPAQ rw6828. It arrived this week, but I'm wondering.... is it supposed to do this?
Then there's the debarcle that they didn't port my old number over to the new SIM that comes with this phone (my old phone is CDMA so didn't have a SIM).
It now looks like I'll end up with the new number on the SIM just in time to send the new phone back to be fixed. I do wonder if a drop of glue might be an easier solution.
I also noticed that Optus coverage around my house leaves a bit to be desired.
Apart from the falling off button, the technology itself looks good so far.
I've finally got the C10100E
Central Splitter (from MATS Systems
) installed, and I'm pleased to see that the new connection speed is a reasonable amount faster than previously recorded
This also means that I've been able to relocate the modem and VoIP hardware into the storeroom (instead of sitting on the kitchen bench!)
ADSL2+ (After Central Splitter)
||Upstream ||Downstream |
|SNR Margin ||9.0 dB ||8.5 dB |
|Line Attenuation ||22.5 dB ||33.5 dB|
|Speed ||942,200 ||12,129,800 |
The Windows Imaging Component (WIC) provides WIC-enabled applications to display, edit, and access metadata for any image format for which a WIC-compliant CODEC is installed.
This looks like it might be useful if you need to open or examine graphics files.
It appears that it also comes as part of .NET Framework 3.0.
a useful utility that can find unused code in your compiled .NET assemblies.
There's a new trick
to configuring the proxy information for Windows Update from within Vista. netsh
is the new tool instead of proxycfg