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For Sale – Lots of bits and pieces (Clearout) + Poweredge 2950

Hello All,

It’s clearout time again, lots of odds and sods I’m looking to shift. Payment by Paypal or collection in the Southampton/Portsmouth area is welcome. All prices do not include delivery.

First up is a pair of monitors.

HP L1906 – 1280×1024, works fine but theres a fairly large scratch in the top right corner (ref photos for more info). £5.
Hansol H750 – 1280×1024, has a line of red pixels down the centre. Free to a good home, it’ll do the job for managing a server.

Primochill 240mm CTR D5 Reservoir. Needed a shorter tube for my reservoir however you can’t buy the tubes seperately in the UK so I had to buy a whole new res just for the tube. Therfore whilst the tube is a few years old the rings and caps are brand new and never used. Will come with accessories. £45.

2x2GB Corsair Dominator DDR3 with cooler. These are 1600Mhz C9, going by Ebay prices these are still worth £25 so I’ll start there but feel free to make offers. £25.

6 Corsair drive sledges. These came out of an 800D, one has a broken tab but the other 5 are fine. £5 for the lot.

8 Hot Swap caddy’s for DataDirect servers. May fit other servers I’m not sure. £2 each.

Corsair 800D front panel connectors. Free to a good home if someone has a use for it. I have a brand new front case facia from Corsair as well if anyone is in need of that.

4x140mm and 1x120mm rubber mounts. These are really good I just don’t have a need for them anymore. £10 for the lot.

6x Enermax Apolish blue 120mm fans. These are really nice fans asthetically and very quiet. I have 6 of them that need a good clean but otherwise work perfectly. £18 for the lot.

4x140mm and 2x120mm Corsair fans. These are just stock case fans. £10 for the lot.

120mm Corsair from a H series cooler. £4.

Stock Coolermaster 140mm fan. £1.

1x140mm and 3x120mm Cubitek LED fans. Not sure what colour these are. £7.50 for the lot.

Lamptron black/orange LED anti vandal switch with wiring. Bought for a modding project but never used. £10.

Couple of old hard drives. Will be scanned to ensure they are working fine prior to payment. £5 each.

Hipoint card reader. Used in my old build, worked perfectly and a cracking little card reader but no use to me now. £1.

8 pin to 8+4pin, 3 pin extension and a couple of IDE cables. Free to a good home if anyone needs any.

Universal backplate. Pretty sure this is for Intel, not sure on sockets though. Free to a good home.

PCI-E blanking plates. Some from a few Corsair cases and some from a Fractal case. £0.50 each.

Dell Poweredge 2950. My old home server, specs are as follows:

2x Intel Xeon X5355 2.66Ghz Quad Core CPU’s.

16GB DDR2 800Mhz ECC.

Perc 6i RAID card.

6×3.5″ drive backplane.

4x 72GB 10K RPM SAS drives.

Both PSU’s working.

Originally had a Perc 5i, DAT72 tape drive, SCSI card and 4×3.5″ backplane that I will throw in with it.

Looking for £90 for it all, collection only unless you want to sort a pallet for it.

Bubm organiser case. Was bought for me to be used as a cable organiser but I didn’t find much use for it. £5.

Oneplus 3/3T screen protector. Came as two, used one then my phone was stolen so no need for this now. £1.

Pictures: PC Clearout

If I find any more stuff I’ll add it as I go. If you need any more information drop a comment or message me and I’ll do my best to get back to you. As said before postage is not included but of course will be combined for multiple items.

Cheers.

Price and currency: Various £
Delivery: Delivery cost is not included
Payment method: PayPal/BT
Location: Fareham
Advertised elsewhere?: Advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I have no preference

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For Sale – Lots of bits and pieces (Clearout) + Poweredge 2950

Hello All,

It’s clearout time again, lots of odds and sods I’m looking to shift. Payment by Paypal or collection in the Southampton/Portsmouth area is welcome. All prices do not include delivery.

First up is a pair of monitors.

HP L1906 – 1280×1024, works fine but theres a fairly large scratch in the top right corner (ref photos for more info). £5.
Hansol H750 – 1280×1024, has a line of red pixels down the centre. Free to a good home, it’ll do the job for managing a server.

Primochill 240mm CTR D5 Reservoir. Needed a shorter tube for my reservoir however you can’t buy the tubes seperately in the UK so I had to buy a whole new res just for the tube. Therfore whilst the tube is a few years old the rings and caps are brand new and never used. Will come with accessories. £45.

2x2GB Corsair Dominator DDR3 with cooler. These are 1600Mhz C9, going by Ebay prices these are still worth £25 so I’ll start there but feel free to make offers. £25.

6 Corsair drive sledges. These came out of an 800D, one has a broken tab but the other 5 are fine. £5 for the lot.

8 Hot Swap caddy’s for DataDirect servers. May fit other servers I’m not sure. £2 each.

Corsair 800D front panel connectors. Free to a good home if someone has a use for it. I have a brand new front case facia from Corsair as well if anyone is in need of that.

4x140mm and 1x120mm rubber mounts. These are really good I just don’t have a need for them anymore. £10 for the lot.

6x Enermax Apolish blue 120mm fans. These are really nice fans asthetically and very quiet. I have 6 of them that need a good clean but otherwise work perfectly. £18 for the lot.

4x140mm and 2x120mm Corsair fans. These are just stock case fans. £10 for the lot.

120mm Corsair from a H series cooler. £4.

Stock Coolermaster 140mm fan. £1.

1x140mm and 3x120mm Cubitek LED fans. Not sure what colour these are. £7.50 for the lot.

Lamptron black/orange LED anti vandal switch with wiring. Bought for a modding project but never used. £10.

Couple of old hard drives. Will be scanned to ensure they are working fine prior to payment. £5 each.

Hipoint card reader. Used in my old build, worked perfectly and a cracking little card reader but no use to me now. £1.

8 pin to 8+4pin, 3 pin extension and a couple of IDE cables. Free to a good home if anyone needs any.

Universal backplate. Pretty sure this is for Intel, not sure on sockets though. Free to a good home.

PCI-E blanking plates. Some from a few Corsair cases and some from a Fractal case. £0.50 each.

Dell Poweredge 2950. My old home server, specs are as follows:

2x Intel Xeon X5355 2.66Ghz Quad Core CPU’s.

16GB DDR2 800Mhz ECC.

Perc 6i RAID card.

6×3.5″ drive backplane.

4x 72GB 10K RPM SAS drives.

Both PSU’s working.

Originally had a Perc 5i, DAT72 tape drive, SCSI card and 4×3.5″ backplane that I will throw in with it.

Looking for £90 for it all, collection only unless you want to sort a pallet for it.

Bubm organiser case. Was bought for me to be used as a cable organiser but I didn’t find much use for it. £5.

Oneplus 3/3T screen protector. Came as two, used one then my phone was stolen so no need for this now. £1.

Pictures: PC Clearout

If I find any more stuff I’ll add it as I go. If you need any more information drop a comment or message me and I’ll do my best to get back to you. As said before postage is not included but of course will be combined for multiple items.

Cheers.

Price and currency: Various £
Delivery: Delivery cost is not included
Payment method: PayPal/BT
Location: Fareham
Advertised elsewhere?: Advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I have no preference

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For Sale – Lots of bits and pieces (Clearout) + Poweredge 2950

Hello All,

It’s clearout time again, lots of odds and sods I’m looking to shift. Payment by Paypal or collection in the Southampton/Portsmouth area is welcome. All prices do not include delivery.

First up is a pair of monitors.

HP L1906 – 1280×1024, works fine but theres a fairly large scratch in the top right corner (ref photos for more info). £5.
Hansol H750 – 1280×1024, has a line of red pixels down the centre. Free to a good home, it’ll do the job for managing a server.

Primochill 240mm CTR D5 Reservoir. Needed a shorter tube for my reservoir however you can’t buy the tubes seperately in the UK so I had to buy a whole new res just for the tube. Therfore whilst the tube is a few years old the rings and caps are brand new and never used. Will come with accessories. £45.

2x2GB Corsair Dominator DDR3 with cooler. These are 1600Mhz C9, going by Ebay prices these are still worth £25 so I’ll start there but feel free to make offers. £25.

6 Corsair drive sledges. These came out of an 800D, one has a broken tab but the other 5 are fine. £5 for the lot.

8 Hot Swap caddy’s for DataDirect servers. May fit other servers I’m not sure. £2 each.

Corsair 800D front panel connectors. Free to a good home if someone has a use for it. I have a brand new front case facia from Corsair as well if anyone is in need of that.

4x140mm and 1x120mm rubber mounts. These are really good I just don’t have a need for them anymore. £10 for the lot.

6x Enermax Apolish blue 120mm fans. These are really nice fans asthetically and very quiet. I have 6 of them that need a good clean but otherwise work perfectly. £18 for the lot.

4x140mm and 2x120mm Corsair fans. These are just stock case fans. £10 for the lot.

120mm Corsair from a H series cooler. £4.

Stock Coolermaster 140mm fan. £1.

1x140mm and 3x120mm Cubitek LED fans. Not sure what colour these are. £7.50 for the lot.

Lamptron black/orange LED anti vandal switch with wiring. Bought for a modding project but never used. £10.

Couple of old hard drives. Will be scanned to ensure they are working fine prior to payment. £5 each.

Hipoint card reader. Used in my old build, worked perfectly and a cracking little card reader but no use to me now. £1.

8 pin to 8+4pin, 3 pin extension and a couple of IDE cables. Free to a good home if anyone needs any.

Universal backplate. Pretty sure this is for Intel, not sure on sockets though. Free to a good home.

PCI-E blanking plates. Some from a few Corsair cases and some from a Fractal case. £0.50 each.

Dell Poweredge 2950. My old home server, specs are as follows:

2x Intel Xeon X5355 2.66Ghz Quad Core CPU’s.

16GB DDR2 800Mhz ECC.

Perc 6i RAID card.

6×3.5″ drive backplane.

4x 72GB 10K RPM SAS drives.

Both PSU’s working.

Originally had a Perc 5i, DAT72 tape drive, SCSI card and 4×3.5″ backplane that I will throw in with it.

Looking for £90 for it all, collection only unless you want to sort a pallet for it.

Bubm organiser case. Was bought for me to be used as a cable organiser but I didn’t find much use for it. £5.

Oneplus 3/3T screen protector. Came as two, used one then my phone was stolen so no need for this now. £1.

Pictures: PC Clearout

If I find any more stuff I’ll add it as I go. If you need any more information drop a comment or message me and I’ll do my best to get back to you. As said before postage is not included but of course will be combined for multiple items.

Cheers.

Price and currency: Various £
Delivery: Delivery cost is not included
Payment method: PayPal/BT
Location: Fareham
Advertised elsewhere?: Advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I have no preference

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For Sale – Western Digital Red 10TB – New

Purchased as I was changing some home storage round and due to various issues, lots changed and they’ve ended up not being required!

They’re brand new and sealed, unregistered and thus will come with the full warranty (happy to act as liaison if required in future)

I have a total of 2 of them.

Asking £275 each based on current pricing online

Price and currency: 275 Each
Delivery: Delivery cost is included within my country
Payment method: PPG
Location: Bromsgrove
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For Sale – Western Digital Red 10TB – New

Purchased as I was changing some home storage round and due to various issues, lots changed and they’ve ended up not being required!

They’re brand new and sealed, unregistered and thus will come with the full warranty (happy to act as liaison if required in future)

I have a total of 2 of them.

Asking £275 each based on current pricing online

Price and currency: 275 Each
Delivery: Delivery cost is included within my country
Payment method: PPG
Location: Bromsgrove
Advertised elsewhere?: Advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I have no preference

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DO NOT proceed with a deal until you are completely satisfied with all details being correct. It’s in your best interest to check out these details yourself.

For Sale – Western Digital Red 10TB – New

Purchased as I was changing some home storage round and due to various issues, lots changed and they’ve ended up not being required!

They’re brand new and sealed, unregistered and thus will come with the full warranty (happy to act as liaison if required in future)

I have a total of 5 of them.

Asking £275 each based on current pricing online

Price and currency: 275 Each
Delivery: Delivery cost is included within my country
Payment method: PPG
Location: Bromsgrove
Advertised elsewhere?: Not advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I have no preference

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How to Resize Virtual Hard Disks in Hyper-V 2016

We get lots of cool tricks with virtualization. Among them is the ability to change our minds about almost any provisioning decision. In this article, we’re going to examine Hyper-V’s ability to resize virtual hard disks. Both Hyper-V Server (2016) and Client Hyper-V (Windows 10) have this capability.

Requirements for Hyper-V Disk Resizing

If we only think of virtual hard disks as files, then we won’t have many requirements to worry about. We can grow both VHD and VHDX files easily. We can shrink VHDX files fairly easily. Shrinking VHD requires more effort. This article primarily focuses on growth operations, so I’ll wrap up with a link to a shrink how-to article.

You can resize any of Hyper-V’s three layout types (fixed, dynamically expanding, and differencing). However, you cannot resize an AVHDX file (a differencing disk automatically created by the checkpoint function).

If a virtual hard disk belongs to a virtual machine, the rules change a bit.

  • If the virtual machine is Off, any of its disks can be resized (in accordance with the restrictions that we just mentioned)
  • If the virtual machine is Saved or has checkpoints, none of its disks can be resized
  • If the virtual machine is Running, then there are additional restrictions for resizing its virtual hard disks

Can I Resize a Hyper-V Virtual Machine’s Virtual Hard Disks Online?

A very important question: do you need to turn off a Hyper-V virtual machine to resize its virtual hard disks? The answer: sometimes.

  • If the virtual disk in question is the VHD type, then no, it cannot be resized online.
  • If the virtual disk in question belongs to the virtual IDE chain, then no, you cannot resize the virtual disk while the virtual machine is online.
  • If the virtual disk in question belongs to the virtual SCSI chain, then yes, you can resize the virtual disk while the virtual machine is online.

rv_idevscsi

Does Online VHDX Resize Work with Generation 1 Hyper-V VMs?

The generation of the virtual machine does not matter for virtual hard disk resizing. If the virtual disk is on the virtual SCSI chain, then you can resize it online.

Does Hyper-V Virtual Disk Resize Work with Linux Virtual Machines?

The guest operating system and file system do not matter. Different guest operating systems might react differently to a resize event, and the steps that you take for the guest’s file system will vary. However, the act of resizing the virtual disk does not change.

Do I Need to Connect the Virtual Disk to a Virtual Machine to Resize It?

Most guides show you how to use a virtual machine’s property sheet to resize a virtual hard disk. That might lead to the impression that you can only resize a virtual hard disk while a virtual machine owns it. Fortunately, you can easily resize a disconnected virtual disk. Both PowerShell and the GUI provide suitable methods.

How to Resize a Virtual Hard Disk with PowerShell

PowerShell is the preferred method for all virtual hard disk resize operations. It’s universal, flexible, scriptable, and, once you get the hang of it, much faster than the GUI.

The cmdlet to use is Resize-VHD. As of this writing, the documentation for that cmdlet says that it operates offline only. Ignore that. Resize-VHD works under the same restrictions outlined above.

The VHDX that I used in the sample began life at 20GB. Therefore, the above cmdlet will work as long as I did at least one of the following:

  • Left it unconnected
  • Connected it to the VM’s virtual SCSI controller
  • Turned the connected VM off

Notice the gb suffix on the SizeBytes parameter. PowerShell natively provides that feature; the cmdlet itself has nothing to do with it. PowerShell will automatically translate suffixes as necessary. Be aware that 1kb equals 1,024, not 1,000 (although both b and B both mean “byte”).

Had I used a number for SizeBytes smaller than the current size of the virtual hard disk file, I might have had some trouble. Each VHDX has a specific minimum size dictated by the contents of the file. See the discussion on shrinking at the end of this article for more information. Quickly speaking, the output of Get-VHD includes a MinimumSize field that shows how far you shrink the disk without taking additional actions.

This cmdlet only affects the virtual hard disk’s size. It does not affect the contained file system(s). That’s a separate step.

How to Resize a Disconnected Virtual Hard Disk with Hyper-V Manager

Hyper-V Manager allows you to resize a virtual hard disk whether or not a virtual machine owns it.

  1. From the main screen of Hyper-V Manager, first, select a host in the left pane. All VHD/X actions are carried out by the hypervisor’s subsystems, even if the target virtual hard disk does not belong to a specific virtual machine. Ensure that you pick a host that can reach the VHD/X. If the file resides on SMB storage, delegation may be necessary.
  2. In the far right Actions pane, click Edit Disk.
    rv_actionseditdisk
  3. The first page is information. Click Next.
  4. Browse to (or type) the location of the disk to edit.
    rv_browse
  5. The directions from this point are the same as for a connected disk, so go to the next section and pick up at step 6.

Note: Even though these directions specify disconnected virtual hard disks, they can be used on connected virtual disks. All of the rules mentioned earlier apply.

How to Resize a Virtual Machine’s Virtual Hard Disk with Hyper-V Manager

Hyper-V Manager can also resize virtual hard disks that are attached to virtual machines.

  1. If the virtual hard disk is attached to the VM’s virtual IDE controller, turn off the virtual machine. If the VM is saved, start it.
  2. Open the virtual machine’s Settings dialog.
  3. In the left pane, choose the virtual disk to resize.
  4. In the right pane, click the Edit button in the Media block.
    rv_vmsettingsedit
  5. The wizard will start by displaying the location of the virtual hard disk file, but the page will be grayed out. Otherwise, it will look just like the screenshot from step 4 of the preceding section. Click Next.
  6. Choose to Expand or Shrink (VHDX only) the virtual hard disk. If the VM is off, you will see additional options. Choose the desired operation and click Next.
    rv_exorshrink
  7. If you chose Expand, it will show you the current size and give you a New Size field to fill in. It will display the maximum possible size for this VHD/X’s file type. All values are in GB, so you can only change in GB increments (use PowerShell if that’s not acceptable).
    rv_expandIf you chose Shrink (VHDX only), it will show you the current size and give you a New Size field to fill in. It will display the minimum possible size for this file, based on the contents. All values are in GB, so you can only change in GB increments (use PowerShell if that’s not acceptable).
    rv_expand
    Enter the desired size and click Next.
  8. The wizard will show a summary screen. Review it to ensure accuracy. Click Finish when ready.

The wizard will show a progress bar. That might happen so briefly that you don’t see it, or it may take some time. The variance will depend on what you selected and the speed of your hardware. Growing fixed disks will take some time; shrinking disks usually happens almost instantaneously. Assuming that all is well, you’ll be quietly returned to the screen that you started on.

Following Up After a Virtual Hard Disk Resize Operation

When you grow a virtual hard disk, only the disk’s parameters change. Nothing happens to the file system(s) inside the VHD/X. For a growth operation, you’ll need to perform some additional action. For a Windows guest, that typically means using Disk Management to extend a partition:

rv_extend

Note: You might need to use the Rescan Disks operation on the Action menu to see the added space.

Of course, you could also create a new partition (or partitions) if you prefer.

I have not performed this operation on any Linux guests, so I can’t tell you exactly what to do. The operation will depend on the file system and the tools that you have available. You can probably determine what to do with a quick Internet search.

VHDX Shrink Operations

I didn’t talk much about shrink operations in this article. Shrinking requires you to prepare the contained file system(s) before you can do anything in Hyper-V. You might find that you can’t shrink a particular VHDX at all. Rather than muddle this article will all of the necessary information, I’m going to point you to an earlier article that I wrote on this subject. That article was written for 2012 R2, but nothing has changed since then.

What About VHD/VHDX Compact Operations?

I often see confusion between shrinking a VHD/VHDX and compacting a VHD/VHDX. These operations are unrelated. When we talk about resizing, then the proper term for reducing the size of a virtual hard disk is “shrink”. “Compact” refers to removing the zeroed blocks of a dynamically expanding VHD/VHDX so that it consumes less space on physical storage. Look for a forthcoming article on that topic.

For Sale – Vega 64 Limited Edition / HP MicroServer / DDR3 ECC / HDDs / Rack Switch

Hi all,

We have for sale lots of stuff! Especially home server stuff!

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Frist of all, pictures here!
2017 Nov

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Kingston 16GB ECC DDR3 Unbuffered KVR16LE11L
www.kingston.com/datasheets/kvr16le11l_8.pdf
2 x 8GB. Low profile UDIMM. PC3L-12800 CL11. Suitable for the MicroServer
£77

Kingston 8GB ECC DDR3 Unbuffered KVR16E11
https://www.kingston.com/dataSheets/KVR16E11_8.pdf
1 x 8GB. UDIMM. PC3-12800 CL11. Suitable for the MicroServer
£35

Crucial 8GB ECC DDR3 Unbuffered KVR16LE11L
Crucial 8GB DDR3-1600 ECC UDIMM | CT102472BD160B | Crucial UK
1 x 8GB. UDIMM. PC3-12800 CL11. Suitable for the MicroServer
£35

HGST 2TB 3.5″ Hard Drive HDS5C3020ALA632
https://www.hgst.com/sites/default/files/resources/DS5K3000_ds.pdf
£35

Samsung 1.5TB 3.5″ Hard Drive HD154UI
£27.50

Linksys (Cisco) SR2024C Switch
https://www.cisco.com/c/dam/en/us/t…tart/guide/SR2016_SR2024C_QuickStartGuide.pdf
Rackmount or desktop. 24 ports. Gigabit Gbe.
£35

MadCatz Tournament Edition Fight Stick (Dual Modded)
https://www.amazon.co.uk/Mad-Catz-Fighter-FightStick-Tournament/dp/B001M22WN8
Originally for Xbox 360. Dual modded to work with PS3 as well. Can work on PC too of course.
£40

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Sapphire Radeon Vega 64 Limited Edition
SAPPHIRE Radeon™ RX Vega64 8G HBM2 Limited Edition-SAPPHIRE Technology
Brand new. Unopened.
£419 sold pending

HP MicroServer N54L
Perfect home server. Small and energy efficient. Not hard drive included.
£65 sold pending

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All prices include postage. Note that there will be 2-3 days delay in posting because it’s sometimes difficult to find packaging.

Payment by PayPal, PayPal Gift, or Bank Transfer.

If paying by PayPal, please cover the fees. If paying by bank transfer, please put your name or the item as the reference.

Collection available from Warrington, Cheshire. Cash only. Discount available on collection (take off the postage plus a bit on top for the time saved).

Price and currency: £x
Delivery: Delivery cost is included within my country
Payment method: PayPal, PayPal Gift, Bank Transfer
Location: Warrington, Cheshire
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Announcing the Skype Professional Account Preview—doing business online made easy

People use Skype for lots of different things: chatting with friends and family, of course, but also giving music lessons, tutoring, consulting, and a whole lot more. We’re thrilled to announce that very soon these business owners and instructors are going to see some big changes with the way they use Skype.

The Skype Professional Account desktop client, soon to be released in preview in the U.S., adds powerful new features to Skype to make doing your online business a whole lot easier. In addition to meeting with your clients as you have been on Skype, you can also book those meetings, accept payments, and keep notes—all in one place.

If you’re a language or music teacher who works online—or a personal trainer, or a chess instructor, or any one of hundreds of other remote service providers—you’re probably using a combination of different platforms to organize and give sessions across Skype. You might use email to arrange a Skype call, calendar software to manage your Skype meeting schedule, and a third-party provider to coordinate and accept online payments. And you might be paying a pretty penny for some of these services.

Skype Professional Account gives you the power to do all that from one app for free during the preview. From French tutors to yoga instructors, you’ll be able to book lessons, accept payments, and give lessons all from one place, seamlessly. Plus, we’ve added an enhanced profile page to help improve your online presence and a dedicated website for your small business right in Skype. Your contacts will be able to see pertinent info like your hours and business offerings.

A laptop displays an instructor using Skype Professional Account. The image is accompanied by a screenshot.

All the features work together. For example, a payment request can be sent along with a booking. You’ll also be able to see all your notes without leaving the app. In addition, you’ll be able to easily port your contacts over to the Skype Professional Account Preview desktop client while your customers and clients continue to use their familiar Skype app to work with you.

As for your customers, in addition to searching for friends and groups they want on Skype, they’ll be able to find businesses as well. That means they can now look for the kind of professional they want to work with—maybe a financial planner in their time zone with over ten years of experience, or a career coach who’s worked in the healthcare industry.

Skype Professional Account will make it easier for thousands of service providers to connect with their customers and conduct their business—all in one place. We have limited spots available for the preview. Fill out a survey by visiting the Skype Professional Account homepage to have the opportunity to join. By the way, we’re busy working hard on several other exciting features we want to add to this app, so stay tuned for updates.

Check out what violin teacher Laurel Thomsen has to say about Skype Professional Account. Laurel was one of our early adopters who participated in the alpha program for Skype Professional Account.

We look forward to hearing your feedback in the Skype Community.

For Sale – Creative T40 Series 2, TP-Link Router + more computer peripherals added each week

Hello, Lots of items will be listed over the next couple of weeks

TP-LINK N600 Router with box
Bought 2 years ago from amazon fully working condition with everything as new. Upgrading so not needed. £30inc

Logitech C920 with box and warranty
Bought this April comes with JL warranty and receipt. Not needed anymore. £45inc
SOLD

Creative T40 series 2
Bought a while back used daily but in excellent condition just not needed anymore. £50inc

Will be adding more stuff later…

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