No Man’s Sky – Number Sequences

The cheapest way to upgrade your ship in No Man’s Sky is to repair a crashed ship. To find on you need to work out the next number in a sequence at the transmission statement. These sequences start to repeat themselves after a while.

Here are the ones I’ve found so far. The number in brackets is the answer.

1 – 2 – 6 -25 -120 – (720)

2 – 4 – 12 -48 -240 – (1440)

5040 – 720 – 120 – 24 – (6)

5 – 14 – 41 – 122 – (365)

23 – 45 – 89 – 177 – (353)

99 – 92 – 86 – 81 – (77)

17 – 33 – 65 – 129 – (257)

80 -71 – 63 – 56 – (50)

1 – 3 – 4 – 7 – 11 -18 – (29)

Windows Assessment Tool – Windows 8.1

Windows Assessment Tool – Windows 8.1

In Windows Vista Microsoft introduced the Windows Assessment tool, this tool collected information on your computer and generated a score indicating how well your computer would run Windows.

In Windows 8 Microsoft removed the graphical interface for the tool however it still exists and can be easily run from PowerShell this video shows you how to do that.

 

Windows 10 – New Release (10122)

Microsoft have announced a new build today on Fast Ring (available by Windows Update) Build 10122.

What’s New

 

  • Changes to the start menu, file explorer and settings moved the bottom left of start. The ability to switch between the start menu and start screen has been moved to the new “Start Settings” under personalization settings.
  • Microsoft Edge (Previously called Spartan) has a new tab page that was showed off in April at Build. Shows top sites, featured apps and content from MSN.
  • InPrivate mode added to Edge.
  • Pin websites to Start.
  • Apps are no longer able to set themselves as defaults it can now only be done in Windows.

Known Issues

  • If you’ve got an AMD GPU then Edge will crash a lot.
  • Upgrading on certain PC’s (with a lot of drivers) may fail.
  • Cortana may have trouble with speech recognition.

 

Advanced Search – Windows 8.1

Advanced Search – Windows 8.1

How to use the search in Windows 8.1 to find files using advanced search techniques. All of the techniques shown will work in previous versions of Windows as well.

Search by Size

If you want to search by file size;

Search for files larger than 100mb

System.Size:>100mb

Search for files smaller than 100mb

System.Size:<100mb

 

Search by Last Modified

If you want to search for files by when they were last modified;

Before 2014

System.DateModified:<2014

After June 2013

System.DateModified:>06/2014

Search by File Type

If you know the file extension (you can find these using google) then you can simply do a wildcard search

Wildcard search

*.png (png will change depending on the file type you are searching for)

If you are after all file extensions for a certain type of files i.e. Pictures you can search for;

System.Kind:Picture

If you want to exclude a certain file type you can do the following search

System.Kind:<>Picture

Search AND, OR, NOT Combinations

If you have an idea of some of the words in the file name you can use AND, OR and NOT to filter search results

Pear AND Apple

Pear NOT Apple

Pear or Apple