In the second-to-last episode of TechRepublic's Hot 5, Sonja Thompson recaps the hottest discussions on the forums. Find out what posts made this week's Hot 5 list and which members were the most active on the boards.
In the second-to-last episode of TechRepublic's Hot 5, Sonja Thompson recaps the hottest discussions on the forums. Find out what posts made this week's Hot 5 list and which members were the most active on the boards. If you're not a fan of video, you can choose to just listen to the audio file.Hot 5 discussion threads:
- 10+ mistakes Linux newbies make (Jack Wallen)
- Hawking warns that aliens may not be nice (Nicole Bremer Nash)
- Three reasons Snow Leopard beats Windows in the enterprise (Erik Eckel)
- Network security: Seven tips for desktop malware first responders (Mark Underwood)
- Backwards OS Install Tragedy (deICERAY)
- Palmetto (162 posts)
- santeewelding (135 posts)
- AnsuGisalas (90 posts)
- NickNielsen (78 posts)
- boxfiddler (67 posts)
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