Month: November 2016

  • 10 Checkpoints for Writing User Guide

    The purpose of UG is to give guidance to user. There’s no hard and fast rules in writing user guide, but below are 10 checkpoints to write a good User Guide. The essence here is to teach user to use a product completely, although User Guide is very much describing User Interface. It should have […]

  • How to Install Clonezilla Live in a Bootable media

    Clonezilla Live is a partition and disk imaging/cloning program for single machine. Basically it is a useful tool to perform disk backup and recovery. It is a bootable GNU/Linux distribution for both x86 or amd64 based computers. One of the best things about Clonezilla is despite it is an open sourced tool, you can use […]

  • Using VB Script in SCADA

    Good news to those who used to program in VBS, Ecava IGX Script engine now supports VB (Visual Basic). To start to write your scripts using VB language in IGX Project Editor, simply save your script with the extension of *.VBS. Other than standard VBS functions and math operations, Ecava IGX comes with a few […]

  • Meaningful Version String that Reflects Release Date

    We used to have problem to associate the release date for certain build numbers. The old version format before version 5 is like MM.NN.bbbb.x, this is the format that supported by Microsoft MSI. It is straightforward, whereby MM is major number, NN is minor number, bbbb is build number that keep on increasing. The last […]

  • 8 Reasons why you should use Ecava Kiosk-it

    1. Protection Keyboard are locked from exiting or closing the application, even pressing Ctrl+Alt+Del or Alt+F4 will require user’s credential. Other than preventing interruption, Kiosk-it restricts non relevant user access as well as transferring suspicious data to your system or devices. 2. Low price Ecava Kiosk-it is selling only at the lowest price, that assures […]

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