So... While "reviewing" a bunch of my old "HTML5" training stuff - I came upon this little "gotcha" (as well as a decent - if not sneaky - fix for it).
While wandering around the Internet - I stumbled upon someone asking for a simple explanation of MVC.
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).
I am sure I am not the only one who prefers to use Chrome as their default browser. I am, also, sure that I am not the only one that is frustrated by Google doing away with NPAPI support - which effectively disables Silverlight, Java Applets, etc in Chrome. If you are frustrated too - I have found an answer to the issue!
A "not-well-advertised" fact about Windows 7 and VHDs (Virtual Hard Drives).
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.
How many of us have spent FAR too long trying to kill rogue tasks - in either Windows, OSX, or Linux?