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Techmantium is a technology blog covering a wide range of technology topics and life hacks, including desktop PC, smartphones, tablets, Raspberry Pi, software, security, operating systems, mobile, storage, servers, gadget hacks and technology companies such as Microsoft, Google and Apple.

Here you will find my tutorials on everything from making the switch from Windows to Linux, building your own cloud server, working with a Raspberry Pi. You can also find my tech gadget reviews, privacy and security articles and some hardware hacks.

 

HP ProLiant MicroServer N40L Review
29th July 2012Hardware
The HP ProLiant MicroServer is a general purpose server that provides a platform to organise and safeguard business information, allow effective communication with customers and make the most of existing office equipment and resources.
Unboxing ASUS Transformer Prime TF201
29th July 2012Hardware
The ASUS Transformer Prime TF201 is the mid-range offering in the Android tablet from ASUS and despite its price it still offers a lot more that the competition.
Zalman Notebook Cooler ZM-NC2000 Review
14th July 2012Hardware
Zalman is well known for its cooling products, I have been using them for a number of years now, so when I needed something to keep my laptop cool they were the first company I looked up.
How to Prevent Closing Multiple Tabs in Chrome
8th July 2012Windows
I'm sure we've all done it - open up loads of tabs to work on and accidentally click on the "Close Chrome" button instead of "Close Tab" only for Chrome to completely close down including all tabs you were working on or browsing. Very frustrating. There is help though, and this short guide will show you how to prevent Chrome from closing multiple tabs.
Apache Error: Invalid command ExpiresActive
30th June 2012Linux
How to fix Apache Error: Invalid command ExpiresActive which can occur when a misconfigured server has a configuration file is misspelled or defined by a module not included in the server configuration.
Enabling Recycle Bin like functionality in Samba
15th June 2012Linux
Having recently deleted some files by accident over a Samba share, I thought that it may be a good idea to have something similar to the Windows Recycle Bin so that deleted files are moved and can be easily recovered without risking the loss of data. The recycle bin can be emptied periodically and gives an extra layer of protection for your data.
Basic Data Recovery in Linux
15th June 2012Linux
Argh! Too busy on doing 6 things at the same time and during a slight loss of concentration I've deleted files which I need! What do I do? How do I get them back? How do I undelete files in Linux?
Android Secret Configuration Menu
13th April 2012Linux
The Android operating system contains a number of useful secret undocumented menus and screens used by techs and service personnel. This article shows you how to access these menus by simply keying in a number on the keypad.