save big on disk space for systems with 4 gb or more ram

If you have a Windows pc with 4 gb or more of RAM, you can save big on disk space by disabling hibernation.

"But wait, wasn't hibernation good for me since it allows me to return my pc to the state it was in before hibernation quickly?" right, but the hibernation feature isn't availlable to windows systems with 4 gb or more of ram.

although the feature isn't availlable, windows creates a file that is as big as your ram size called hiberfil.sys, and places it in the root of your c drive.

to turn off hibernation, do the following:

Setting up Buffalo WBMR-g54 ADSL wireless router and modem for Orange Jordan's ADSL Service

I live in area where electricity keeps going below 200 v very frequently, and since the ADSL modem that orange Jordan gives us works with 220 v and is very unforgiven for electricity's decrease, it kept disconnecting very frequently. I now depend on the Internet for living, and so I had to look for another solution. a power stapilizer did solve this temporarly, but since it was of bad quality it soon stopped working. The final solution that seems to be working very well was to buy a third party ADSL modem that can work with 100 to 220 v.

Frustration with ISP customer care dept

people all over the world have got to envy us in Jordan for the amazing staff at our ISPs who are well trained to drive a customer crazy.

this afternoon I called my ISP to complain that not all web URLs open at my end unless I type the IP address of those I know, assuming that it is a DNS problem at their end. Of course, he said that they had no such problem at all, and he started to offer me some useless advice to manually input their dns servers, something I had already tried before I called.



I have recently started experimenting with Orca, an open source screen reader designed to work with Linux distributions using Gnome.

this has been a big challange, because it not only meant dealing with a new assistive technology envention, but it also meant a whole new experience with Linux as a totally unexplored area.

I must admit that the learning curve has not been easy, and rather very challanging, but as usual, it has been very rewarding.