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For Sale – electriQ 35″ WQHD 100Hz HDR FreeSync Curved UltraWide Gaming Monitor

Got a 35″ Ultrawide Gaming Monitor which I only purchased back in June for £329.

Reason for sale
I don’t game/use my PC enough anymore to warrant the need of an Ultrawide monitor, I play a lot more console gaming than I do PC which consoles don’t support 21:9 resolution so it’s pointless.

I was very hesitant about purchasing this from an unknown brand, however after quite a bit of research I noticed that the curved display used in this monitor is the only one they make at this size, so the screen quality is exactly the same from all 35″ ultrawide curved monitors.

The 100Hz refresh rate and WQHD monitor was such a big upgrade from my standard 60Hz one, and once I sell I will very much miss the smoothness of the display.

Price and Shipping
Selling for £225, I’m based in Bolton, Manchester but will happily personally deliver this as long as the destination is not too far. Courier can be arranged also but I haven’t looked into this much as the monitor is very wide (excuse the pun) and imagine it will be quite expensive.

It’s still for sale at the same price I bought it for here at laptopsdirect, have a look at the specs if needed:

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For Sale – Dell XPS15 i7-8750H with 4K touchscreen

Hi Guys,

I am moving back to a desktop computer so have my 9 month old Dell XPS 15 laptop for sale.

Bought new from Amazon, it is in excellent condition having never left the house and will come boxed with all accessories. The spec list is as follows:

Dell XPS 15 15.6 Inch with 3840×2860 resolution touch screen
Intel Core i7-8750H
16 GB RAM
512 GB SSD
Nvidia GTX 1050Ti graphics card with 4 GB GDDR5 memory
Windows 10 Home installed.

Thanks for looking

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The future of PowerShell begins to sharpen in focus

While predicting on the future of PowerShell, it helps to take a look back at its beginnings to see where it’s going as a cross-platform management tool.

Microsoft released PowerShell in 2006 as part of the Windows desktop and server versions released that year. The company added thousands of cmdlets over the years to expand the tool’s reach across the data center and into the cloud.

Microsoft’s embrace of Linux, due in large part to the number of Linux virtual machines running on Azure, steered the company to make a significant change with PowerShell in 2016. Microsoft ended development of Windows PowerShell in favor of a new tool called PowerShell Core, which would be an open source project to rework the utility as a cross-platform management tool for Windows, Linux and macOS systems.

A lot of features Windows PowerShell had were missing in the first PowerShell Core release in January 2018, mainly due to a switch in the underlying platform from the Windows-based .NET Framework to the cross-platform .NET Core. Jeffrey Snover, the inventor of PowerShell, has said the Windows edition will always have support but recommends IT pros learn how to use PowerShell Core, which is the version Microsoft uses to manage workloads on Azure.

SearchWindowsServer advisory board members shared their thoughts on the recent changes with the cross-platform management tool and their expectations for the future of PowerShell.

Recent releases broaden appeal beyond Windows admins

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Reda Chouffani: Many administrators who might have resisted moving away from familiar tools such as web interfaces or Microsoft Management Console have come to realize that despite the commands written in PowerShell, it is capable of automating some of the most complex and tedious activities.

At first, a lot of IT pros saw PowerShell just as another replacement to the traditional command line that ships with every Windows box. But once they dug deeper, they found how beneficial it was to use PowerShell commands to manage Exchange Server, Office 365, Skype for Business, Azure and a slew of other platforms.

Opening the PowerShell platform to non-Windows platforms after the version 5.1 release was a significant shift for Microsoft meant to encourage administrators who manage Linux to adopt PowerShell as their management and task automation tool.

Changes in the latest preview versions of PowerShell Core 7, which is based on .NET Core 3.0, include more management modules to extend the functionality. Another recent development is the return of the Out-GridView cmdlet to PowerShell Core. Many administrators used this cmdlet in Windows PowerShell to build GUIs for scripts. The PowerShell Core team was able to bring it back based on user feedback and support of WinForms and the Windows Presentation Foundation in .NET Core 3.0.

Azure is the gateway to get Linux users on board

Stuart Burns: There is no getting away from the fact that automation is growing in the world of IT. How that automation is achieved varies, but the one constant is scripting.

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Within Linux, Bash scripting, along with languages like Perl and Python, have been the go-to for the serious systems administrator. Microsoft had nothing in this space until relatively recently, in the form of PowerShell for non-Microsoft operating systems. It is a departure from the Microsoft of old, whereby Linux was seen as a second-class citizen, to put it politely.

PowerShell is a good scripting language, but it remains to be seen how popular it will become beyond Windows administrators. Linux administrators tend to stay with tools that do the job. Many have spent years honing their skills and scripts with Bash. They are not familiar with having upgrades forced on them. I know some administrators who run legacy versions of infrastructure mainly because it just refuses to break.

Microsoft’s embrace of Linux, due in large part to the number of Linux virtual machines running on Azure, steered the company to make a significant change with PowerShell in 2016.

Linux IT pros also have long memories. They don’t trust Microsoft for its anti-Linux stance from years ago when former CEO Steve Ballmer called Linux a cancer, which will take a very long time for them to forget.

Until the large Linux vendors support PowerShell as a first-class citizen, it’s not likely the community will have the motivation to give PowerShell a chance. For example, on the RedHat exam, there is a basic scripting requirement. There is no outside access — or time to download or install — PowerShell so the test-taker has to learn Bash to pass the exam.

One thing Microsoft does have in its favor is the ever-increasing uptake of Linux on the Azure platform. The functionality that PowerShell Core provides, while available in other languages as plug-ins, is definitely easier to utilize on Microsoft’s cloud platform.

Some admins need a little extra help to get started

Brian Kirsch: When Microsoft introduced PowerShell in 2006, administrators had a hard time finding a use for it because the scripting and command lines could only go so far at the time.

The key to PowerShell was its task automation framework over a new scripting format. It took many in IT by surprise and gave them capabilities they didn’t know they might need.

Fast forward to January 2018 and Microsoft took its first serious step to expand PowerShell beyond Windows. The release of PowerShell Core and Linux support expanded the capabilities of this automation tool. It was a big change, but, ultimately, a safe one for Microsoft. While releasing something along the lines of Active Directory for Linux could affect the Windows Server bottom line, making PowerShell cross-platform didn’t.

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Building a PowerShell bridge between environments might help make the language a staple of the data center across many platforms. With plug-ins from a variety of third-party platforms, including big vendors such as VMware, this has established PowerShell as the ideal language going forward. So, even if you were not using Hyper-V, you could still use PowerShell for VMware.

Where does Microsoft go from here? Bringing more features and extending the cross-platform capabilities will be a help, but the team should think about ways to make it easier to get the traditional Windows admin using PowerShell Core. In my experience, a lot of admins tend to modify code, not write it from scratch, so the ability to generate code from a wizard was a welcome addition. It might help if the PowerShell developers put together a visual modeling tool to stitch together snips of code for a larger view of a longer automation routine.

It might seem odd to use a graphical interface for something that runs on a command line, but it’s hard for the longtime Windows admin to hand over their GUI management in exchange for code, no matter how powerful it may be.

The Linux side lags too far behind

Richard Siddaway: PowerShell has become the standard automation tool for Windows administrators since its introduction. The announcement of PowerShell Core in 2016 brought with it a lot of uncertainty.

When compared to Windows PowerShell 5.1, the initial version of PowerShell Core, 6.0.0, had a number of functionality gaps. PowerShell Core had no workflows. It was missing cmdlets, such as the WMI cmdlets. Many of the Windows PowerShell modules, such as Active Directory, would not work with PowerShell Core.

Since the initial PowerShell Core 6.0.0 release, the PowerShell project team addressed many of these points:

  • Foreach-Object has a parallel parameter to provide some, if not most, of the functionality delivered by PowerShell workflows.
  • The PowerShell team reinstated missing cmdlets where applicable. For instance, the WMI cmdlets aren’t available in PowerShell Core, but they have been effectively deprecated in Windows PowerShell in favor of the Common Information Model cmdlets.
  • Most of the Windows PowerShell modules have been recompiled to work under PowerShell Core and Windows PowerShell. You can use the Windows Compatibility module to enable most of the rest of the modules to work with PowerShell Core. Some gaps remain, but they are shrinking.

There is little incentive for Windows administrators to embrace PowerShell Core because Windows PowerShell 5.1 does what most administrators need. Recent announcements from the PowerShell team indicate that PowerShell Core 7.x will ship alongside Windows PowerShell 5.1. This may actually reduce adoption on the new PowerShell version as many administrators will stick with what they know.

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Take up of PowerShell Core on Linux has been much more enthusiastic than on Windows. Ironically, this may hinder further adoption on the Windows side if PowerShell Core is seen as too Unix-centered. The main issue with PowerShell on Linux, especially for Windows users, is there just isn’t the breadth of cmdlets to match Windows.

To become a cross-platform management tool, the Linux side of PowerShell Core needs more cmdlets for systems management to match the level in Windows. A base install of Windows 10 comes with about 1,500 cmdlets while the PowerShell Core for Linux has about 350 cmdlets. At a minimum, administrators need cmdlets to manage network cards, IP addresses, storage, DNS clients, and task and job scheduling. The administrator should be able to issue the same command against any platform and get the desired results in a compatible format.

PowerShell as an open source project ensures future development, but it also comes with the risk that Microsoft could stop supporting it. The other issue is that many of the recent changes are best described as tweaks to address edge cases. There doesn’t seem to be an overall roadmap. The PowerShell team’s blog post regarding the PowerShell 7 roadmap — they plan to drop the “Core” part of the name with the GA release — is a bit of a misnomer because there is no indication of where PowerShell is going and what it’s trying to be. The team should resolve these issues to make it clear what the future of PowerShell will be.

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12 TB VMs, Expanded SAP partnership on Blockchain, Azure Monitor for SAP Solutions

A few months back, at SAP’s SAPPHIRE NOW event, we announced the availability of Azure Mv2 Virtual Machines (VMs) with up to 6 TB of memory for SAP HANA. We also reiterated our commitment to making Microsoft Azure the best cloud for SAP HANA. I’m glad to share that Azure Mv2 VMs with 12 TB of memory will become generally available and production certified in the coming weeks, in US West 2, US East, US East 2, Europe North, Europe West and Southeast Asia regions. In addition, over the last few months, we have expanded regional availability for M-series VMs, offering up to 4 TB, in Brazil, France, Germany, South Africa and Switzerland. Today, SAP HANA certified VMs are available in 34 Azure regions, enabling customers to seamlessly address global growth, run SAP applications closer to their customers and meet local regulatory needs.

Learn how you can leverage Azure Mv2 VMs for SAP HANA by watching this video.
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Running mission critical SAP applications requires continuous monitoring to ensure system performance and availability. Today, we are launching private preview of Azure Monitor for SAP Solutions, an Azure Marketplace offering that monitors SAP HANA infrastructure through the Azure Portal. Customers can combine monitoring data from the Azure Monitor for SAP Solutions with existing Azure Monitor data and create a unified dashboard for all their Azure infrastructure telemetry. You can sign up by contacting your Microsoft account team.

We continue to co-innovate with SAP to help accelerate our customers’ digital transformation journey. At SAPPHIRE NOW, we announced several such co-innovations with SAP. First, we announced general availability of SAP Data Custodian, a governance, risk and compliance offering from SAP, which leverages Azure’s deep investments in security and compliance features such as Customer Lockbox.

Second, we announced general availability of Azure IoT integration with SAP Leonardo IoT, offering customers the ability to contextualize and enrich their IoT data with SAP business data to drive new business outcomes. Third, we shared that SAP’s Data Intelligence solution leverages Azure Cognitive Services Containers to offer intelligence services such as face, speech, and text recognition. Lastly, we announced a joint collaboration of the integration of Azure Active Directory with SAP Cloud Platform Identity Authentication Service (SAP IAS) for a seamless single sign on and user provisioning experience across SAP and non-SAP applications. Azure AD Integration with SAP IAS for seamless SSO is generally available and the user provisioning integration is now in public preview. Azure AD integration with SAP SuccessFactors for simplified user provisioning will become available soon.

Another place I am excited to deepen our partnership is in blockchain. SAP has long been an industry leader in solutions for supply chain, logistics, and life sciences. These industries are digitally transforming with the help of blockchain, which adds trust and transparency to these applications, and enables large consortiums to transact in a trusted manner. Today, I am excited to announce that SAP’s blockchain-integrated application portfolio will be able to connect to Azure blockchain service. This will enable our joint customers to bring the trust and transparency of blockchain to important business processes like material traceability, fraud prevention, and collaboration in life sciences.

Together with SAP, we are offering a trusted path to digital transformation with our best in class SAP certified infrastructure, business process and application innovation services, and a seamless set of offerings. As a result, we help migrate to Azure SAP customers across the globe such as Carlsberg and CONA Services, who have large scale mission critical SAP applications. Here are a few additional customers benefiting from migrating their SAP applications to Azure:

Al Jomaih and Shell Lubricating Oil Company: JOSLOC, the joint venture between Al Jomaih Holding and Shell Lubricating Oil Company, migrated their mission critical SAP ERP to Azure, offering them enhanced business continuity and reduced IT complexity and effort, while saving costs. Migrating SAP to Azure has enabled the joint venture to prepare for their upgrade to SAP S/4HANA in 2020.

TraXall France: TraXall France provides vehicle fleet management services for upwards of 40,000 managed vehicles. TraXall chose Microsoft Azure to run their SAP S/4HANA due to the simplified infrastructure management and business agility, and to meet compliance requirements such as GDPR.

Zuellig Pharma: Amid a five-year modernization initiative, Singapore-based Zuellig Pharma wanted to migrate their SAP solution from IBM DB2 to SAP HANA. Zuellig Pharma now runs its SAP ERP on HANA with 1 million daily transactions and 12 TB of production workloads at a 40 percent savings compared to their previous hosting provider.

If you’re attending SAP TechEd in Las Vegas, stop by at the Microsoft booth #601 or attend one of the Microsoft Azure sessions to learn more about these announcements and to see these product offerings in action.

To learn more about how migrating SAP to Azure can help you accelerate your digital transformation, visit our website at https://azure.com/sap.

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Wanted – dfi lanparty nf4 ultra socket 939

That was a good board and one I think I changed to from the dfi back in the day as was more reliable.

I’m using a nf4 ut in a mame cabinet, and can’t be bothered to do a more modern install. I’ve actually got mine working again now, turns out it was the power supply. However I’d still be interested in picking up a fully working example as a back up.

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For Sale – Macbook Pro 13.3″ (2017) Core i5 2.3Ghz, 512Gb HDD, 8Gb RAM

For Sale as the good lady is going back to University and her needs are slightly different.

This was purchased in January but has never been used as we never moved her over from her old machine.

It is complete with Box, obviously ‘As New’. Power supply and USB-C charge cable are brand new and unused.

Spec is:

Macbook Pro 13.3″
Space Gray
2.3Ghz Core i5
8Gb RAM
512Gb SSD

In warranty until 21st January 2020 – and still valid for AppleCare purchase should you wish.

Full specs can be found on

Apple

I’ll leave it here as an Exclusive for a few days but I have an eBay promo so will list it on there also on Sunday

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Price and currency: 1000
Delivery: Delivery cost is included within my country
Payment method: PPG Preferred BT Available
Location: Worcester, UK
Advertised elsewhere?: Advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I have no preference

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For Sale – or Trade Asus Zenbook Pro 14″ i7 8th Gen CPU Geforce GTX 1050 Video Card 250GB SSD 8GB RAM – £850

I got this excellent laptop just a few weeks back but would prefer a 13″ Apple MacBook Pro/Air or iPad.

The laptop has warranty until 22 July 2020

I do not have a receipt as the laptop was a gift.

The date above is taken from “My ASUS” which states that this is the date used if no proof of purchase is available.

I have just logged a repair request with ASUS through to the RMA issue stage before cancelling and only needed to supply the serial number.

Whilst it would seem to me that you would be able to take advantage of the warranty you should also check to satisfy yourself.

Here is a link for full details of the laptop

ASUS ZenBook Pro 14 UX480FD | Laptops | ASUS United Kingdom

Mine is the

Intel® Core™ i7-8565U processor
1.8GHz quad-core with Turbo Boost (up to 4.6GHz) and 8MB cache

NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 1050 Max-Q
Video memory: 2GB GDDR5 VRAM

14” LED-backlit Full HD (1920 x 1080) 16:9 touchscreen

5.2mm-thin bezel with 86% screen-to-body ratio
178° wide-view technology
Pantone® validated

8GB 2400MHz DDR4

256GB PCIe x2 SSD

1 x USB 3.1 Gen2 Type-C
1 x USB 3.1 Gen2 Type-A
1 x USB 2.0
1 x Standard HDMI
1 x Combo audio jack

Keyboard
Full-size backlit with 1.4mm key travel
IR camera supporting Windows Hello

ScreenPad
5.5” FHD (1920 x 1080) Super IPS+ display
178˚ wide-view technology
Glass-covered for fingerprint and smudge resistance
Precision touchpad (PTP) technology supports up to four-finger smart gestures

I can confirm it is in excellent condition and will be posted in its original box and be fully insured.

Price and currency: £850
Delivery: Delivery cost is included within my country
Payment method: BT, PayPal Gift or Cash
Location: Accrington
Advertised elsewhere?: Advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I have no preference

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For Sale – or Trade Asus Zenbook Pro 14″ UX480FD i7 8th Gen CPU Geforce GTX 1050 Video Card 250GB SSD 8GB RAM

I bought this excellent laptop just a few weeks back but would prefer a 13″ Apple MacBook Pro/Air or iPad.

It is under warranty with Asus until July 2020. I think Asus only deal with the original buyer for warranty repairs and I will be more than happy to help if problems arise.

Here is a link for full details

ASUS ZenBook Pro 14 UX480FD | Laptops | ASUS United Kingdom

Mine is the

Intel® Core™ i7-8565U processor
1.8GHz quad-core with Turbo Boost (up to 4.6GHz) and 8MB cache

NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 1050 Max-Q
Video memory: 2GB GDDR5 VRAM

14” LED-backlit Full HD (1920 x 1080) 16:9 touchscreen

5.2mm-thin bezel with 86% screen-to-body ratio
178° wide-view technology
Pantone® validated

8GB 2400MHz DDR4

256GB PCIe x2 SSD

1 x USB 3.1 Gen2 Type-C
1 x USB 3.1 Gen2 Type-A
1 x USB 2.0
1 x Standard HDMI
1 x Combo audio jack

Keyboard
Full-size backlit with 1.4mm key travel
IR camera supporting Windows Hello

ScreenPad
5.5” FHD (1920 x 1080) Super IPS+ display
178˚ wide-view technology
Glass-covered for fingerprint and smudge resistance
Precision touchpad (PTP) technology supports up to four-finger smart gestures

I can confirm it is in excellent condition and will be posted in its original box and be fully insured.

Price and currency: £980
Delivery: Delivery cost is included within my country
Payment method: BT, PayPal Gift or Cash
Location: Accrington
Advertised elsewhere?: Not advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I have no preference

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For Sale – Macbook Pro 13.3″ (2017) Core i5 2.3Ghz, 512Gb HDD, 8Gb RAM

For Sale as the good lady is going back to University and her needs are slightly different.

This was purchased in January but has never been used as we never moved her over from her old machine.

It is complete with Box, obviously ‘As New’. Power supply and USB-C charge cable are brand new and unused.

Spec is:

Macbook Pro 13.3″
Space Gray
2.3Ghz Core i5
8Gb RAM
512Gb SSD

In warranty until 21st January 2020 – and still valid for AppleCare purchase should you wish.

Full specs can be found on

Apple

I’ll leave it here as an Exclusive for a few days but I have an eBay promo so will list it on there also on Sunday

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Price and currency: 1000
Delivery: Delivery cost is included within my country
Payment method: PPG Preferred BT Available
Location: Worcester, UK
Advertised elsewhere?: Advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I have no preference

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For Sale – Cheap Gaming PC – Intel i5 3570 – Mini ATX – GTX 770 2GB – 8GB RAM – SSD – Windows 10 Pro(OEM)

For sale here is a small form factor gaming PC, as I decided to go back to using laptops. It can handle most latest titles in medium or high settings. Will come with power cord and few bits of screws that come with the case. As I don’t have the box anymore, this is only to collect in person from Tooting, London.

Specifications:
Case

Kolink Satellite Micro ATX Desktop PC Gaming CubeCase Black

Motherboard
MSI H61M-P20-G3 Motherboard (Intel H61 Processor,M-ATX, Gigabit LAN, Socket LGA1155, USB2)

CPU
Intel Core i5-3570 Processor and Intel Cooler

Graphics Card
EVGA GeForce GTX770 SuperClocked with EVGA ACXCooler, 2GB GDDR5 256bit, DL DVI-I, DVI-D, HDMI, DP, SLI Ready

Memory
Ballistix Sport 8GB Kit (2 x 4GB) DDR3-1600 UDIMM

SSD
Samsung SSD 850 Evo 250GB ATA
Integral V Series 120 GB SATA III Solid StateDrive, 2.5 Inch

PSU
EVGA 500 W1, 80+ WHITE 500W

Misc
USB Bluetooth Adaptor

Price and currency: 250
Delivery: Goods must be exchanged in person
Payment method: PayPal/BT
Location: Tooting, London
Advertised elsewhere?: Advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I prefer the goods to be collected

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