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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.
In Windows Vista and later versions of Windows, the bootloader was moved from boot.ini to a utility called BCDEdit. Derek Schauland shows you how to modify the boot config data with the new tool. Read more
Having the right tools on the network are critical to a network administrator's success. In this TechRepublic blog post, IT Jedi Rick Vanover takes look at the Colasoft Capsa tool for network analytics. Read more
You may have services running by default on your Cisco routers that you only vaguely understand or even know about, which can turn into a security problem. Learn what services are enabled and disabled by default and which ones you can probably turn off if you're not using them. Read more
Vincent Danen follows up his tip on configuring BIND for a dynamic DNS service with part 2 on configuring the DHCPd service, which will serve the DHCP-based IP addresses to clients and update the DNS records. Read more
Jack Wallen has been around the block with open source applications. And it's not often that one will sneak out of the woodwork and win him over as quickly as Claws Mail did. Can you be persuaded to give up your email client for the powerful, flexible, reliable Claws Mail? Read more
Most IT departments still waste money in lots of common and avoidable ways. TechRepublic has put together a special report to help IT leaders identify the most common ways that IT departments throw money away.
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