Moving your PC across the room is easy. Moving it across the country is a little bit harder. We share our secrets for moving with your PC gear. Plus we highlight our favorite disk imaging tools for Windows, get Roger's experience with moving to a new Smartphone platform and what you should keep in mind when you do the same and how a bottle of isopropyl alcohol can be a handy monitor cleaning agent.
Plus Raspberry Pi is launching on the App Store and how to read your entire Twitter archive (if you'd want to do such a thing).
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To help further assist the Raspberry Pi community a new Pi store has been launched. The store runs as a X application under Rasbian and allows users to download and upload their own content.
Twitter is rolling out the ability to download an archive of your old tweets. Go to your twitter settings and look for Your Twitter Archive. Twitter will send you an email link when your archive is ready as one giant zip of your tweets in an HTML calendar format.
Bobby tweeted "Hey Patrick, I'm gonna be moving outta state soon, anything I should know about transporting my Desktop Computer? Thanks". The easiest solution is to pack back in the box it came in, but failing that Pat and Veronica have a few other suggestions.
Upgrading to a new phone can be a liberating experience but you want make sure you do some prep work first before you make the switch. We show you 5 things you should keep in mind as you make the leap to an all new smartphone.
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Jerome tweeted us asking for Patrick's DIY LCD cleaner solution. The answer is basic 50/50 mix of Isopropyl Alcohol and water. Along with a lint free microfiber cloth you should be able to tackle 90% of your monitor cleaner that way. Just don't spray it directly on the monitor! Find out what other handy tool Pat recommends for maintaining a fingerprint free monitor.