Tag Archives: free

The Raspberry Pi 2 as a Dedicated VPN (round 2)

Previously, I had tested the Pi Zero as a dedicated VPN. And while that was a great way to securely connect to my home network and access files, the Zero definitely struggled performing some tasks (like streaming media). Raspberry Pi’s are ideal for 24/7 use because they barely draw single watt, compared to desktop computers where the… Read More »

uMatrix: A Desperately Needed User’s Guide

When I started using Google Chrome more, I realized there wasn’t a NoScript (different from a pop-up blocker) plugin available like there is for Firefox. After doing some research, I found many users recommended uMatrix – a beefed up ad-blocker, which was forked from HTTP Switchboard. So I tried it out, and my first impression while using it… Read More »

Transform your old desktop into a digital swiss army knife.

Previously, I wrote about some PC myths, NAS4Free (N4F) and its possibilities, and how to install NAS4FREE, trouble-free. This post will show how easy it is to modify and tinker around with any old desktop PC you may have lying around collecting dust, and turn it into a useful machine for storing files, backing up… Read More »

Post 0, site launch

The time will come when this page is filled with content. And that time is near! As of now, the plans for this site are formless. I am teaching myself a variety of things, and am doing my best to document my solutions as best as possible so that others may benefit from my troubleshooting… Read More »