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For the second time, FTDI released a driver published to Windows Update which has resulted in counterfeit chips used in finished products being left inoperable. Here's what you need to know.
Windows Server 2016 Technical Preview 3 includes Docker and containers support. Get details about containers' capabilities and the two varieties of containers in TP3.
Greg Shultz speculates that Build 10240 is the RTM for Windows 10. Do you agree?
If asked, what would you think is the biggest challenge facing Linux mass adoption? Jack Wallen takes on this question with an answer you might not expect.
System requirements, driver compatibility, and update branches are just some of the factors to consider prior to a Windows 10 deploy.
VirtualBox 5.0 brings new features, improved performance, and support for guest operating systems. James Sanders offers his first impressions of the install.
If you're looking for a new Linux distribution, don't let the choices overwhelm you. This list of rising distributions will get you off to a great start.
If you're looking for a way to discover which ports are standing wide open on network machines, read about a powerful cross-platform solution that will do the trick.
If you're struggling with the idea of starting a company using open-source software (or migrating from a proprietary ecosystem), Jack Wallen has a few points that might make the choice a bit easier.
A new Linux distribution includes, by default, a piece of software that could make the end user liable for legal action. Jack Wallen chimes in.