About JJ

JJ runs a company that specialises in IT Support and cloud IT Solutions in Australia. He also moonlights as a tech blogger.

Articles by JJ

How To Use Google Drive for Android

How To Use Google Drive for Android

Google Drive, is Google’s new cloud service which allows document, music, photo and other file sharing. It was launched earlier this year and this guide is designed to show you how to get the most out of it on your Android mobile.

How To Access Shared Windows Folders on Your Android Phone

How To Access Shared Windows Folders on Your Android Phone

This guide will show you just how easy it is to access your Windows shared folders on your Android phone or tablet. You can easily listen to music, stream a video, or copy a file from your Windows (or indeed any SMB) shared folders in just a few simple steps.

How to Split PDF Files In Windows

How to Split PDF Files In Windows

Creating a pdf file might be a simple task, but splitting a large pdf file into several smaller files is not. Here is how you can do it with ease in Windows.

Scan Your Ports And IP Address With Angry IP Scanner

Scan Your Ports And IP Address With Angry IP Scanner

Simply put, Angry IP Scanner is a cross-platform port and IP scanner that could save you a lot of time if, for example, you’ve forgotten the IP address of a device on your network. Or if you’re trying to troubleshoot a a service running on one of your computers. Or if you’re just wondering what […]

SABnzbd – A Great Way to Download From Newsgroups

SABnzbd – A Great Way to Download From Newsgroups

Have you been wondering what this whole newsgroup fuss is about? Usenet is one of the oldest parts of the internet, and millions of people download vast amounts of content from it. There are often tricky aspects to doing so, however, with the need to download multipart files, recombine them, check them for errors and […]

How to Fix The Windows XP iertutil.dll Errors

How to Fix The Windows XP iertutil.dll Errors

In my work as an IT professional, I’ve recently been encountering a whole swathe of “iertutil.dll” errors on Windows XP machines. I believe this issue is also affecting some Windows Vista installations, however the solutions below are only tested on XP.

Dropbox Automator Saves Your Time From Doing Repetitive Tasks

Dropbox Automator Saves Your Time From Doing Repetitive Tasks

As an avid user of Dropbox, I was delighted to see that there is a useful application which can automate many tasks that would otherwise eat up my valuable time. It’s called Dropbox Automator, and it’s here to make your life easier. Essentially it allows you to automate a number of different actions on files […]

Google Samsung Galaxy Nexus Review

Google Samsung Galaxy Nexus Review

Another quarter, another superphone. This time it’s the Google Samsung Galaxy Nexus, with its pimped out 4.6” 1280×720 Super AMOLED display and the tasty Ice Cream Sandwich update to Android. How does it stack up to the recent competition, you might wonder, read on to find out!

How to Move a Steam Game to Another Location

How to Move a Steam Game to Another Location

If you’ve just bought a fancy new solid state drive, you might want to move a select few games across for improved performance and loading times. You may also just be running out of space on your main drive and feel like relocating a game to a secondary hard drive. Unfortunately the guys at Valve […]

4 Great Windows 7 Tips That You Never Know Existed

4 Great Windows 7 Tips That You Never Know Existed

For a normal Windows 7 users, most of the time, you will just accept the default setting of the operating system and not change too much of its internal settings so as to reduce the chances of breaking the system. However, there are some of us who love to tweak the settings to make our […]

How to Make Your Windows 7 System Startup And Shutdown On A Schedule

How to Make Your Windows 7 System Startup And Shutdown On A Schedule

Some of us like our PC to always be ready when we enter the room. Waiting for the system to boot up can be annoying. Thankfully, there is a solution that allows you to schedule startups and shutdowns to save you time, and possibly reduce your electricity bill. Startup on schedule This step will vary […]

How to Free Up Drive Space By Removing Shadow Copies [Windows]

How to Free Up Drive Space By Removing Shadow Copies [Windows]

Have you ever noticed that something other than your files seems to be eating away at your drive space? If you’re an uber-nerd like myself, you may have indeed selected all your folders in explorer, viewed their properties and wondered why the total is lower than the total space in use on the drive. Time […]

10 Great Windows 7 Keyboard Shortcuts

10 Great Windows 7 Keyboard Shortcuts

Many of you have probably been using Windows 7 for quite a while now. It’s really quite a solid operating system, with stability and functionality far exceeding anything Microsoft has offered before. You may, however, be unaware of one of the great productivity advantages that Windows offers you. That is keyboard integration, which is far more advanced […]

StatCounter: A Strong Google Analytics Alternative

StatCounter: A Strong Google Analytics Alternative

If you run a website, you’ve almost certainly heard of Google analytics. Many of you probably use it quite happily, but some of you might have wondered what other website statistic services exist. I’ve been using Statcounter for a few years now, and continue to do so quite happily. Their website can be found here.

7 Useful Chrome About Pages You Didn’t Know Exist

7 Useful Chrome About Pages You Didn’t Know Exist

Back in 2008, Damien wrote an article going through various Firefox about page tricks. Well, Chrome has similar functions behind the scenes, whereby accessing various about pages lets you turn on and off features that you might not otherwise have access to. They can also provide a window into information that might be useful in […]

Provide Remote Desktop Support With GoToAssist

Provide Remote Desktop Support With GoToAssist

Everyone knows about Teamviewer – it’s one of the most popular remote support applications out there. However, it also has a rather high startup cost if you want to use it for professional purposes. With licensing prices ranging from $749 to around $3,000, this can be prohibitive if you’re just starting out. Thankfully, there is […]