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22 hours ago
I was in my firewall settings, and under the “Advanced” button there was an option to turn “stealth mode” on. What does it change when you turn it on?
4 days ago
This update caused more problems than it resolved, including that rather important feature called cellular connectivity. How does one revert to the earlier...
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hav entered the right login information but my user profile cant be loaded in windows 7,what should i do?
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6 days ago
Are there any drawbacks to running Ubuntu in a virtual machine on a Windows PC instead of a clean install of Ubuntu?
I would like to give Ubuntu a try, but I’m not so dedicated to it to trying it that I’m willing to buy a new computer for it or install it instead of...
Aware that the "if you build it, they will come" principle doesn't always apply to newly deployed IT systems, Microsoft has developed a website to help companies promote Office 365 usage among employees.
After spending the past two years in damage control mode over Windows 8, Microsoft will officially begin a new era for its OS on Tuesday, when it's expected to unveil a preview of Windows' next major version during an event focused on enterprise customers.
Microsoft, which recently announced the consolidation of several of its conferences, is now going in the opposite direction and resurrecting WinHEC, which was last held in 2008.
The 'Shellshock' Bash shell bug is a big deal, but it's relatively easy to keep your home PC safe.
Yes, recent versions of Mac OS X are vulnerable to the critical "Shellshock" Bash bug revealed earlier this week, including OS X Mavericks--but don't sweat it unless you're doing ninja-level Unix tricks with shell commands already.
Late Thursday, Apple issued the iOS 8.0.2 update, which follows quickly on the heels of the flawed-and-quickly-pulled 8.0.1 update that disabled Touch ID and cellular capabilities on the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.
The disruption caused by the end of support for Windows XP may be nothing compared with the disruption caused by the end of support for Windows Server 2003, slated for July 14, 2015.
Invoicing, time-tracking, even legal help are all available on mobile apps geared to the self-employed or extremely small businesses.
A bug in the HealthKit tool for developers of health and fitness apps prevented those apps from being released with iOS 8 last Wednesday. A week later, the fix is in--but the update also seems to be causing problems of its own for some iPhone 6 users.
RHEL/CentOS, Fedora, Ubuntu, Debian, and OpenSuse have far more similarities than differences, but choosing the wrong one for the job can make life much harder.