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Outlook displays a lot of information, and you can determine what you see using views. Susan Harkins explains.
In his quest to find the perfect Android home launcher, Jack Wallen discovered an app that has the look and feel of KitKat but more options than many users will ever use.
Jesus Vigo takes a look at how to setup and configure Apple hardware running a modern version of OS X and get it communicating with a Windows Active Directory environment.
Turn on Physical Address Extension mode and unleash the full potential of your 32-bit RAM memory.
This is the second of a three part series discussing the options available to deploy and/or administer Google Chrome in the organization.
With Start Menu Reviver you get the traditional functionality of the Start menu, but with a Windows 8 Modern UI look and feel.
Lauren Malhoit goes over Part Two of the Puppet Labs Learning VM tutorial, which introduces you to the Agent/Master configuration of the Puppet VMs.
Jack Wallen describes the process of installing the Apache port Vertrigo, so you can get a WAMP server running on your Windows machine.
Lauren Malhoit walks you through the process of configuring VMware's Horizon Application Manager 1.5 to be functional within your environment.
Tony Patton highlights what you can do with the Code Map feature of Visual Studio 2012. Find out if he plans to use Code Map in future projects.