In 2010, we posted roughly 160 lists in the 10 Things blog, covering topics that ranged from registry hacks, job search strategies, and database design to Windows 7 power tweaks, system slowdowns, and IPv6 addressing. The following 10 articles topped this list of lists.
The Android Market is teeming with apps that can make your life easier in countless ways. These 10 are among the best.
Legislation that affects the use of Internet-connected computers continues to grow in its reach and its complexity. To help you avoid any infractions, we've revised this list to include new and pending laws and recent rulings.
Windows 7 gadgets offer added functionality and convenience in a variety of ways. Here are a few you may want to add to your desktop.
Nearly all the jobs you tackle will require you to handle certain fundamental tasks. Make sure these essential skills are part of your repertoire.
When you're dealing with a system that won't boot, you need a robust and dependable recovery tool. These Linux tools might save the day.
How business-friendly is the iPad? Pretty darn friendly, says one IT consultant — as long as you load the right apps.
The certification landscape changes as rapidly as the technologies you support. Here's an updated list of certs that currently offer the most value and validity for IT pros.
You can make things a lot less frustrating for your new Linux users by helping them avoid these typical rookie mistakes.
There are plenty of ways to shoot yourself in the foot when you're out on a job. See whether you've committed any of these offenses.
In this cross-platform world, you need apps that can handle whatever systems you're supporting. Jack Wallen lists the cross-platform applications he thinks are indispensable.
What technologies, issues, and solutions would you like to see covered in the 10 Things blog during 2011? Please post your suggestions below and help us develop content that targets your needs.
Jody Gilbert has been writing and editing technical articles for the past 25 years. She was part of the team that launched TechRepublic and is now senior features editor for Tech Pro Research.