Have you ever felt like throwing that computer out the window? Or maybe throwing the Windows out the window?
Okay calm down, we are collecting as many helpful newsletters from experienced guru authors to help you. Of course I actually may write a few myself.
I have been working at computers since the 70's and had my own business for about 17 years. Cpedley.com will give you some good tips about computers and some FREE software! See notice at bottom.
Derek Schauland breaks down the costs of Exchange vs. Google Apps in light of its new Outlook synchronization app? Would the savings be enough to make anyone trust the cloud with their server data? Read more
It seems that many users are unaware of the navigational features of Microsoft Vista's Favorite Links list. Greg Shultz delves into the Favorite Links list feature and shows you how to take full advantage of its features. He will also show you how to customize the Favorite Links list to suit your needs. Read more
Having a Windows Vista install DVD with the latest service packs can be very helpful - especially if you reinstall Windows more than a couple of times a year or if you have to deploy Windows Vista to multiple computers. Alan Norton shows how he creates one. Read more
Open source brings a host of benefits to the mobile market, starting with cost savings. But as Jack Wallen explains, the advantages go much further - from better security to more customization options to more prolific application development. Read more
Many cryptographers and other security experts are familiar with what has come to be known as Kerckhoffs' Principle. Many, however, do not know that there are actually six such principles. The core ideas of these principles are still relevant today, more than 125 years after he first articulated them. Read more
This year will very likely be remembered as the year of the smartphone. A fleet of new devices are attracting new users to the smartphone market, led by the Palm Pre and the Apple iPhone 3G S. See which one Jason Hiner chose and why. Read more
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