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Microsoft Introduces the New Office on Windows Phone 8

Microsoft recently did an in-depth blog post introducing the new Office for Windows Phone 8. Check out the details!

How to install RISC OS onto the Raspberry Pi

If you have ever wanted to install RISC OS onto your Raspberry Pi, Martin Hansen has a guide to help you do it!

Beware the Microsoft Support Technician bearing help for your PC

The Age of Cyber/Social SCAMS Since the rise and popularity of Personal PC’s in the last 20 years (Has it really been that long?) those...

Windows Home Server Security Tips: Force change of the initial password for a newly created Windows Home Server 2011 or Windows Storage Server 2008...

In the 2nd of our Windows Home Server Security Tips I’m going to go over is how to force change newly created accounts initial passwords upon logging into either Windows Home Server 2011 or Windows Storage Server 2008 R2 Essentials.

R.I.P. VMware Server and who shall be its successor?

In this article, John takes a look at what will be the successor to VMWare Server.

How to fit the Fractal Design USB 3.0 Upgrade Kit for DEFINE R3

When we reviewed the Fractal Design DEFINE R3 case, one of the comments we had was that the front panel USB ports were only USB 2.0. Fractal then quickly released a USB 3.0 upgrade kit and this is our how to fit it article!

Windows Home Server Security Tips: Force change of the initial password for a newly created Windows Home Server Account

In the first of our Windows Home Server Security Tips, John will show you how to force the change of the initial password for a newly created Windows Home Server Account.

Alternative Backup Solutions for Windows Home Server

Want to know about some Alternative Backup Solutions for Windows Home Server - then read on!

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