I have work on multiple Windows devices. I’ve found Windows Live Mesh to be the best tool to keep files synced between these machines. The key advantage it has over other similar tools like Dropbox is that it can sync solely over p2p. So, I can keep my massive files synced without having to go through the excruciating pain of waiting to have such files upload to the cloud.
Yesterday, I created a new Microsoft Expression Web “site” folder as a sub folder in one of the folders synced by Live Mesh. Later I found that the folder isn’t being synced between my computers. It wasn’t really obvious why but, after much searching, I found the reason. Expression Web is marking the folder as a “System” folder [Why does it do that? Just to make sure it gets to change the folder icon!] Continue reading “Live Mesh won’t sync Microsoft Expression Web “site”?”
I’m not shy to say this but, when I got my first Android phone (Smasung Galaxy S), it changed my life. I was never a “phone person”. I’ve always gone for phones that gave me the bare minimum and never saw the value in dishing out big cash to the high end Nokias and Blackberrys of the day. All I looked for was a high res display, decent reception, sound quality and of course smilies on text messages 😀
Continue reading “Dialog Axiata – MMS and HSPA Settings for Android”
I came across a weird issue today with my ASP.NET Dev Server. I’m running Vista Home Premium with Firefox set as the default browser. I was consistently getting a “Failed to Connect: Firefox can’t establish a connection to the server at localhost:<port>.” error. Little bit of Goolge pointed me to several posts suggesting that I turn off IPV6 on my network adapter.
I know a better way to fix this (fingers crossed). Continue reading “Getting ASP.NET Development Server (WebDev.WebServer.exe) to work on Vista”