64bit Checker – Detect CPU 64bit compatibility

July 30, 2015

Now that Windows 10 is officially out. There are two different CPU versions you can install, 32-bit and 64-bit. (Use the Windows Download Tool here.)

This little tool helps you to determine if your CPU supports 64-bit or not. It’s s released as freeware, 100% free to use.


Download it here: http://www.igorware.com/64bit-checker/download

Link to developer: http://www.igorware.com/64bit-checker/



SpaceX – DSCOVR Launch

February 8, 2015

Official mission patch

SpaceX’s customer for the DSCOVR mission is the United States Air Force, in conjunction with NOAA and NASA. In this flight, the Falcon 9 rocket will deliver the DSCOVR satellite to a 187 x 1,241,000 km orbit at 37 degrees. The DSCOVR launch window will open at approximately 6:10pm EST on Sunday, February 8, 2015, from Space Launch Complex 40 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida. If all goes as planned, the DSCOVR satellite will be deployed approximately 35 minutes after liftoff.

Sun Feb, 8 2015 23:50 UTC +1 — Mon Feb, 9 2015 01:00 UTC +1 (NORWAY)
Sun Feb, 8 2015 11:50 PM CET — Mon Feb, 9 2015 1:00 AM CET (FLORIDA)

Watch the livestream below.



Åses risboller

November 1, 2014


Disse risbollene fikk vi servert titt og ofte hos min barndomskompis da vi var yngre. De er like gode den dag i dag. Tilbredningen er både rask og enkel.



Office365: Set maximum attachment / email size.

October 31, 2014

Attachment Size

The default attachment limit in Microsoft Office 365 is set to 10MB. Since it counts the entire email as one size, the attachment in reality has to be smaller than 10MB, usually 7-8MB depending on the contents of the email itself.

Follow the guide below to increase it to i.e 25MB.



Everything You Need to Know About Planet Earth

August 5, 2014


Here is all you need to know about our planet Earth in this nice animation explainer that’s much more easy to understand than school ever was. It shows how fascinating and unbelievable Earth is and makes you realize how seemingly impossible it is for us to be living here. But we’re here!



Norse Dark Intelligence

June 25, 2014

NORSE - Live attacks

Every second, Norse collects and analyzes live threat intelligence from darknets in hundreds of locations in over 40 countries. The attacks shown are based on a small subset of live flows against the Norse honeypot infrastructure, representing actual worldwide cyber attacks by bad actors. At a glance, one can see which countries are aggressors or targets at the moment, using which type of attacks (services-ports).

Norse exposes its threat intelligence via high-performance, machine-readable APIs in a variety of forms. Norse also provides products and solutions that assist organizations in protecting and mitigating cyber attacks.

See it live here: NORSE – IPViking Live


Apple MacBook Air/Pro battery drain problem

June 20, 2014

Battery drain

When you close the lid of your Macbook, the battery goes down from full to zero overnight. This can be very frustrating because this basically makes that you either have to switch the Macbook off entirely, or that you have to connect it to the power supply.




March 20, 2014


Sunt og godt!

Oppskrift (4 pers.)
4 stk. søtpoteter
2 ss smør
1 ss crème fraîche
litt sitronsaft
frisk persille (pynt)

1. Skrell og skjær søtpotetene i jevne biter. Kok dem helt møre i vann, ca. 20 minutter.
2. Hell av vannet og mos søtpotetene i en hurtigmikser eller med en stavmikser. Tilsett smør og crème fraîche/fløte og mos alt godt sammen. Smak til med noen dråper sitronsaft.
3. Pynt med finhakket frisk persille og en klatt crème fraîche.

Ha eventuelt på litt salt og pepper og server som tilbehør.

Bon appétit!


How secure is my (your) password?

January 22, 2014

Are you sure your password is secure? Check how quickly it can be cracked.

How Secure Is My Password

Go to: howsecureismypassword.net


Remote Web Access: Connect button stops working on SBS 2011

January 22, 2014

Remote Workspace

Sometimes the button for connecting to the computers stops working. If you have tried using the site in Compatibility Mode, made sure the ActiveX component Microsoft RDP Client Control browser add-on is present and enabled and/or added the site to the Trusted Sites in Internet Explorer. It seems that because of the memory use for Exchange and SQL exceeds what is generally available, things get a little messy. Try this workaround and see if it helps:

1. Edit (via Notepad) the file called web.config located in C:\Program Files\Windows Small Business Server\Bin\WebApp\RemoteAccess

2. Find the line (near the bottom):
<serviceHostingEnvironment aspNetCompatibilityEnabled=”true” />

3. Replace with:
<serviceHostingEnvironment aspNetCompatibilityEnabled=”true” minFreeMemoryPercentageToActivateService=”0” />

4. Save the file

5. Start Command Prompt (with Administrator rights) and type: IISRESET

6. Reload your site on the client computer and try to connect. That’s it!