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The Event Viewer in Windows 7 and Windows 8.x allows you to save Filters by using the Create Custom View feature. Greg Shultz explains how.
Marco Fioretti takes a look at TreeLine, and open source outliner for Linux, and explains how he uses it to reformat and structure huge, messy, pre-existing blocks of text.
Find out why Marco Fioretti thinks everybody working with lots of interrelated, mostly textual content should try the free Piggydb Java application.
Troubleshooting running processes for particular information in Windows is more efficient with the right tool.
Brien Posey presents five apps he believes can help you mine valuable information from your organization.
Ryan Boudreaux takes a look at the Google Dev Tools Console Panel and shows you how to use it to debug, inspect the DOM, and analyze HTML errors.
Jack Wallen has tried a lot of LDAP administration tools, and he says they all pale in comparison to LDAP Account Manager. Get details about this powerful tool.
Justin James provides an introduction to ADO.NET, LINQ, Entity Framework, NHibernate, WCF Data Services, WCF RIA Services, and ODBC in his back to basics .NET series.
How can developers get their IronRuby code to talk to the rest of their .NET code? Justin James presents four interoperability options.
If you know where to look, you can find a variety of useful applications - free from Microsoft. Greg Shultz introduces a few of his favorites.