Chuckie Egg for Windows without emulator - my childhood game

Chuckie Egg for Windows without emulator - my childhood game
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Chuckie Egg for Windows without emulator

Chuckie Egg is one of my favorite childhood games. It normally runs on a compatible platform, console or emulator; But this version is for Windows and can run directly without emulator. That's exactly why I decided to do this tutorial.

Gameplay vs. Graphics

Although Chuckie Egg has almost the oldest graphics in the world, it still has a soul. that means you catch yourself from the first levels and you can not leave it.
In multiplayer mode, everything gets even more thrilling, because each player will wait their turn after the gamer who's on the buttons, wins or loses a life.
The pleasure of the game does not necessarily mean fps, graphics, effects and polygons.

For children it is excellent

For kids there are lots of games on the tablet or online, but this game is small, it runs on the PC, where the baby is comfortable in the chair, and in [...]

How to connect a network hard disk to OpenMediaVault (network storage)

How to connect a network hard disk to OpenMediaVault (network storage)
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How to connect a network hard disk to OpenMediaVault

What is a NAS?

NAS comes from Netowork Atached Storage, a network-connected storage device that can be accessed remotely from the local network or the Internet.

What is a Network Atached Storage good for?

Let's say we have an external hard drive that can be connected via usb to the PC. It can only be accessed from a PC. If we want to connect it to another PC, we need to disconnect it and connect it to the other PC.
A NAS can be accessed over the network by all those who are connected; And with a forwarding port or a VPN server, we can access the NAS from anywhere in the world via the Internet.

The difference between a dedicated NAS and Raspberry Pi.

The difference between a Network Atached Storage and Raspberry Pi with OpenMediaVault is small and is based on the hardware limitations of Pi. On a dedicated nose [...]

How do you test the bass from the speakers with your phone?

How do you test the bass from the speakers with your phone?
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How do you test the bass from the speakers with your phone?

Everyone knows that not all speakers are the same. Some are cheaper, some more expensive, some better, some worse.

What makes a boxer sound good.

A good speaker must have a response frequency from 20 Hz to 20.000 HZ, all at a uniform sound pressure across the beach around the 90 db SPL (sound pressure level).
See the image below:

Why cheap speakers do not have bass?

For bass we need a large, heavy and expensive speaker. we also need a large enough resonance box and filters for a faithful sound. All that costs, and cheap speakers, that's cheap, because they're cheap ... .uuuu, how deep I was!

Brand, fitze.

Big names have high prices, but quality is not always pricey. Buy speakers for you, for ear [...]

What is the fastest VPN server - PPTP vs. L2TP / IPSec vs. OpenVPN

What is the fastest VPN server - PPTP vs. L2TP / IPSec vs. OpenVPN
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What is the fastest VPN server - PPTP vs. L2TP / IPSec vs. OpenVPN

VPN Server Speed ​​Testing
Following the requests from you, we set up 3 VPN servers to see who the champion is. What is the best-performing VPN server: Cost-Speed-Simple Setup-Client Compatibility.

What VPN servers do we have in the test?

PPTP
- running on the Mikrotik hAP AC router
PPTP Advantages:
PPTP is a very easy to set server, easy to use on client (phone, pc).
PPTP Disadvantages:
Security is a bit precarious and the speed is rather small.
L2TP with IPsec
- It also runs on the Mikrotik hAP AC router, but it can also run on Mikrotik mAP Lite, which is an extremely small and affordable router.
Advantages of L2TP with IPSec:
The L2TP / IPSec VPN server is easy to set up (on the Mikrotik router), it is very fast and very secure. Perhaps it is the safest VPN solution for home use.
Disadvantages:
We have not found any disadvantage that [...]

How to make an Open VPN server on Raspberry PI - anti hack solution

How to make an Open VPN server on Raspberry PI - anti hack solution
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How to Make an Open VPN Server on Raspberry PI

What is a VPN server.

The VPN server is a computer that is in another place on the Internet, which when you connect is forming an encrypted tunnel. While using the VPN server, your service provider can not figure out what kind of traffic you do, which sites you visit, etc.
In addition to the service provider, hackers who are lurking on your network can not figure out which sites you visit, what passwords you use, etc.

How to Make an Open VPN Server on Raspberry PI

We talked about the advantages of the servers on other occasions, where we explained how many problems we might have when connecting to public wifi networks. With a simple WireShark application, you can scan the traffic of everyone connected to a network, and you can find passwords and other login data.

VPN public servers do not [...]

Less known settings from Android 8 Oreo

Less known settings from Android 8 Oreo
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Less known settings from Android 8 Oreo

Android Handbook
We have talked on other occasions about the lack of a manual to use for modern operating systems. And even if your phones, tablets, or PCs would come with the operating system's operating manual, it would be more difficult for us after some updates.
Latest Android User Guide (6.0)
News from Android 8 Oreo
Although it has been out for months, Android Oreo is present on quite a few devices, which is why we have postponed this tutorial.
Careful:
- Even if they're present in Android 8.0, these updates will not be found on any Android 8 phone, because manufacturers have the final say on whether or not to implement certain features. So you can have them or not, these new features.
- Settings can be located in other areas of the system, as you know, each manufacturer makes small changes to the [...]

LAPTOP WITH SCREED SCREEN (black) - problem solving

LAPTOP WITH SCREED SCREEN (black) - problem solving
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LAPTOP WITH SCREED SCREEN (black) - problem solving
What we do when the screen of the laptop crashes and we can no longer use it. You probably think you're just connecting your laptop to an external monitor, right? The problem is that it does not work, or at best we can only use the repository system, without being able to reinstall or enter the bios.

Problem Description!

If a laptop screen is broken, most of the time we can not use an external monitor. And even if we can use an external monitor, we can not go into bios and we can not make installation of systems of works.
It's weird, it's supposed to go.

There are also happy cases.

On some laptops you can automatically switch to an external monitor, if you close the laptop cover, if you tap a certain key when it starts. Unfortunately, it looks like it only works on older laptops, where connecting to an external monitor [...]

Intel Optane 900P review the SSD that brings the change

Intel Optane 900P review the SSD that brings the change
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Intel Optane 900P review the SSD that brings the change

About the SSD we've talked over time on videotutorial.ro. At any occasion, we tried to recommend SSDs for the operating system, because these devices are very fast and everything will move faster on an SSD.
Intel Optane 900P review

What's new in the world of SSDs.

Over the years, since SSDs have taken place in our PC, too many changes have not occurred. Maybe just refining controllers and shrinking the manufacturing process managed to make some headlines.

The turning point in the world of memory.

In Intel 2012 and Micron began developing a new type of memory. In 2015 they managed to get out of the market with the result of research and testing. The memory that was born was called 3D XPoint (read "three cross point").

What is 3D XPoint?

The Nand memory that is now in all SSDs has some problems that researchers [...]

PC configuration with new Intel i3 with 4 NUCLEE Coffe Lake

PC configuration with new Intel i3 with 4 NUCLEE Coffe Lake
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PC configuration with new Intel i3 with 4 NUCLEE Coffe Lake
Some time ago, the Intel Coffe Lake processors, which represent the 8 generation of Intel Core processors, also appeared in our stores.

Major changes with Coffe Lake.

Important changes are two, the first at the socket, and the second at the number of kernels per processor. Besides this there is also the increase of the cache, the lack of hyper threading on i3 and some more technical ones.

As you can see in the above image, there are quite important changes in the CPU area.

Process Changes at a Glance:

Intel i3 - 4 physical kernels, no Turbo Boost, no Hyper-Threading (4 logic kernels)
Intel i5 - 6 physical kernels with Turbo Boost, no Hyper-Threading (6 logic kernels)
Intel i7 - 6 physical kernels with Turbo Boost with Hyper-Threading (12 logic cores)

Important change to socket

A new socket, LGA 1151 V2, is introduced with Coffe Lake.
Intel has decided to keep [...]

Affordable and silent gaming calculator - Small Budget Gaming

Affordable and silent gaming calculator - Small Budget Gaming
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Accessible and silent gaming calculator

Over time I have configured several systems, some cheaper, some more performing, some silent, some minimalist. Today we will do something different!
Accessible and silent gaming calculator!
Making a gaming computer is not hard at all, if you know how much compatibility between components and you handle the filters, the job is as it is done.
However, when you do not know the components, it's hard to get what you want.
Keeping the proportions, setting up a PC is like the winemaking process, from the berry to the glass of wine.
I want an affordable, performance and silent gaming system.
Until yesterday, to make a relatively silent gaming system, it was almost impossible. Now, with the manufacturing knob (14nm), we have chips that are much easier to cool and can operate at higher frequencies without turning into radiators.
Why i chose i3 instead of i5 [...]