The first batch of parts for my speed runner arrived the other day.
All those lovely Exotek parts. No, I didn’t get the Exotek carbon shock towers. At present, I feel that 6 grams of weight saved is not enough to worry about. I may put heavier arms on it yet just to keep weight on for traction.
I get customers wanting to store media a lot nowadays, and I tend to steer them towards the Plex Media Server software. It has very good indexing capabilities, and a whole host of transcoding capabilities. There is other software available, but this one seems to be the best (at least in my opinion) that I’ve found thus far.
There are a number of things that need consideration when deciding how you want to store your media. Click More to find out more.
Previously I posted a way to save images from Windows Spotlight manually – but who wants that hassle?
So, to save you time, I’ve scripted this with PowerShell. This script is likely to evolve over time, as Microsoft are likely to change how the software works. Perhaps one day they’ll give us the save button on the lock screen, like has been requested by many. For now, here’s a way to do it.
First off, save the script below (right-click, save as).