How to make your iPhone sing... Louder...

SO - thank you to "TheBae" from Twitter (@thebaemarcus) for THIS handy piece of info for all my iPhone people!

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Dual Monitors

In this day and age - many of us carry laptops. Some of us are "lucky enough" to have a monitor to plug out laptops into - thus giving us a "dual monitor" configuration. But, what happens when the "extra monitor" we have is on the left of the laptop/primary monitor? How many of us have "settled" for sliding off the right hand side of the screen to get to the "left monitor"? There is a very easy solution to this (at least in Windows).

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More on VHD

A "not-well-advertised" fact about Windows 7 and VHDs (Virtual Hard Drives).

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Expand a Windows 2003 VHD

I'd been told by a number of IT related people that expanding a Windows 2003 VHD (virtual hard drive) was a complicated process - so I decided to develop a concise set of instructions for others to follow.

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Simple USB Charging?

I follow a blog called CFSimplicity which recently ran an article called "Too Simple ? USB Charging"...

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Killing Tasks - Not Killing Time!

How many of us have spent FAR too long trying to kill rogue tasks - in either Windows, OSX, or Linux?

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Handy Article for Managing Multiple Computers

While trying to aid a new colleague - and utilizing something I have taken for granted - I realized that not everyone may know this handy little trick.

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The Holidays, E-mail Scams, Etc...

I posted an article earlier today over on Not Rocket Science regarding e-mail scams - but I thought I would expound upon that here...

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Windows XP SP3 Recovery CD for your machine

PC Magazine has a great article for creating your own "recovery cd" for your computer. You can view the article here.

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Helpdesk Horror - Part 2

As most of you know, I work as a Senior Developer, Senior Network Administrator, Exchange Server Admin, and many, many other hats.

In this line of work, invariably, I end up doing "tech support" for my end users. Now, mind you, my end users are "highly educated" engineers and analysts...

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