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Solid information leads to a strong and worry-free network. Jack Wallen lists five tools that can get you that solid information for free.
Creating shortcuts to shut down or power down a PC running Microsoft Windows 7 is easy, but it does require specific commands. Mark Kaelin shows you how.
Hi, (Oh Smeg please correct anything you see i may state in error) (This is one of many ways to do it) on machine 1 with the DVD, Note the IP address (cmd prompt, type ipconfi...
Jack Wallen explains how to create a RAM disk on your Windows PC and how it can be used to increase the performance of disk-intensive applications.
Donovan Colbert illustrates how to create a suitable, inexpensive data replication solution for a small office or data center on a limited budget.
In this edition of the Windows Desktop Report, Greg Shultz shows you how to create and use a virtual hard disk (VHD) as a backup device.
MWSnap is ideal for those looking for a simple one-stop solution for capturing and saving screenshots.
On the surface TuxShop seems ideal for those in need of a quick point of sale that will run on just about any hardware, but there are problems.
WinSSHD allows users to remotely log into a console or, with the right tool, run a remote application or administer a machine.
Greg Shultz investigates the HomeGroup feature of Windows 7 and shows you how to create, configure, and take advantage of it in your network.