Now if you know me, you know that I've been a Microsoft Trainer since 1998 and I enjoy the products and features that Microsoft creates. In fact I'm shocked when I see some of their products given away for free
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OK, I get it. Technology can't be "forward" compatible, but something happened to me over the weekend that really "churns my butter". This week Microsoft has been creating headlines because their new Anniversary update seems to be breaking webcams. Well,
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Now enter the following command: recimg -CreateImage \RefreshImage . Replace the variable with the drive where you want to store the image. For example, recimg -CreateImage C:\RefreshImage stores the image on system drive, in new folder named RefreshImage. Press ENTER
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nPrivate mode in Internet Explorer 8 is the new feature that allows a web user to surf anonymously, leaving no traces of their activity behind. Designed for privacy conscious users, surfing in InPrivate leaves no record of sites visited in
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By default, when you create a new document library you are asked which document type you want to make "Default" for your list. However, what if you want all four Office document types to show up? Here's what we're going
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Windows users being extorted by malicious software into handing over money is nothing new. Fake anti-virus utilities in particular are notorious for warning about non-existent threats and making a computer very difficult to use (if not impossible) until a "license"
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So I’ve been running Server 2012 for about a month now, and I was excited to see Windows 8 get released via TechNet. So I downloaded, formatted and installed within the first couple of mins. I was being driven
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