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Task Scheduler is an application first introduced in Microsoft Windows 95 and is more useful than you think. This article will guide you through some if it's simplest uses.
Full breakdown of our Puget Tools USB and all it's features/functions. Full guidance on how to use the tools as well.
If your system won't boot, a Puget Systems Support Technician may ask that you boot into the Puget Tools USB which provides access to a litany of powerful tools to diagnose your system.
Intel has a problem with it's I225 ethernet controller introduced at the end of 2019. As Windows updates trickle through, a number of users are reporting connectivity problems on certain hardware.
Sometimes peripheral devices can impact your experience just as much as the hardware inside your system. With so many devices to choose from, we've compiled a list of devices that Puget employees enjoy using and would recommend.
Adobe's Flash Player is dying and Microsoft has jumped on the bandwagon to eliminate it from our systems.
Microsoft has introduced a policy that allows you to remove the device without using the 'Safely Remove Hardware' process, as long as you're not writing data to it.
Windows 10 Version 2004 seems to have reintroduced a bug previously resolved by Microsoft. The bug causes the network icon in the notification area to display limited or no internet connection while still providing almost normal internet access. This causes some apps to malfunction.
RAPID mode is paired exclusively with Samsung 840 EVO (Aug '13 or newer) SSDs and available as a feature of the accompanying Samsung SSD Magician Software Toolset (version 4.2 and later). RAPID mode analyzes all system traffic, leveraging extra system resources such as DRAM/CPU to dynamically provide read acceleration via intelligent caching of "hot data" and write optimization.