The last time I used my Taranis was at OpenTX 2.0.15. I haven’t had the time to use my RC gear lately, and I’m trying to get some more time for my hobbies. To begin with, I wanted to try to keep software updated, and I’m pushing my Taranis up to 2.1.9 which is the…
Are you experiencing problems with no free disk space in Windows 10? The Temp folder under “%appdata\Local\Temp” is suddenly filled with random GUID-named folders with the same content, a lot of DLL’s and “DismHost.exe”. After a lot of testing, I found a solution, other than clean install, which seems to correct the issue.
I tried re-installing (the good old) Windows Home Server 2011 on a 120GB SSD, but it was too small to meet the OS requirements, even though WHS 2011 only uses approx. 60 GB of HDD space. I found a simple way to get around this
I’ve followed the development of the game Big Pharma for a long time, and recently the beta was released. Unfortunately it’s still only for Windows, but making it work on Mac is easy with Wineskin!
As some might be aware of, there are some compatibility issues with Minecraft on Mac. You are prompted to download the old Java 1.6 SE to make it work. With a simple applescript and Java 8 JDK, you can use the latest Java.
I’ve wanted a 3D-printer for a long time, but I haven’t really had confidence in the technology, and especially not for the price you typically would have to pay for it. But Tiko seems to be on to something great.
There’s a lot of guides and posts about updating OpenTX firmwares, and a lot of them can be complicated. If you’re like me, and bought a new Taranis X9D Plus, which already has a 2.0.x firmware installed, the process is as easy as it can be.
I don’t know how long I’ve wanted a programmable transmitter, but being a beginner still, it seemed a bit overkill for my needs. But as HobbyKing had their big sale earlier this year, and they had Taranis X9D Plus in stock, I just couldn’t resist purchasing one!