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As the final days of 2014 fly by, make sure you've tended to any lingering IT chores so you can start the New Year off right.
Confused about the way in which Ubuntu release their operating system and if they will continue to support 32-bit systems? Jack Wallen breaks it down so you can understand.
Boole Server, an Italian ECM services provider that offers a secure sharing solution for documents, is opening offices in Boston and San Francisco in 2014. Read what it does and do...
Point of sale software has made life a lot easier for retailers. The apps listed here offer cash register functions, product and employee management tools, and reporting features -...
Jack Wallen shows you how you can use your Android device as a remote for your LibreOffice Impress presentations.
Jack Wallen answers a question that a lot of open-source users are asking: Is Cinnamon a worthy replacement for Ubuntu Unity?
Greg Shultz takes a look at 8GadgetPack, a free tool that reinstalls the original desktop gadget program files in Windows 8.x. Find out how to use 8GadgetPack to install any Window...
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.
As the clock ticks down to end-of-life for Windows XP, several tricks from Y2K conversion projects have become relevant again.
Greg Shultz describes how to use Google Chrome 32 in Windows 8.1 to perform as a desktop browser and a modern app browser.