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My privacy concerns with Windows 10 and 4 ways to fix them.

Yippie Kai Yay.  Windows 10 is officially in the house. You know how I used to feel about Windows 10.  You know how to install Windows 10 in VirtualBox, You know about the security features in Windows 10.  You know about

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Understanding Active Directory in Windows Server 2012 R2 (Part 3 of 3)

Welcome to the final part of our three part series on Understanding Active Directory in Windows Server 2012 R2. I gave you the theory behind Active Directory in my first post. In the second post, I showed you step-by-step how to setup

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Why I ditched my Galaxy S4 for an iPhone

Oh Galaxy! Oh Galaxy! I used to have a love jones for my Galaxy S4.  I found her thin figure titillating.  Her sinuous curves captivating.  I drooled over her gorgeous super AMOLED display and was infatuated with her featherweight physique. I came from

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Why Windows 10 is the answer to the wrong question

Microsoft just released Windows 10 technical preview in the hopes of regaining its reputation, remediating its mistakes and repairing its wrongs.  I’m here to tell you why that move was futile.

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3 Facts about Windows 9; oops, I mean Windows 10

This morning in San Francisco, Microsoft hosted an exclusive invitation-only event to 50 lucky journalists who would be the first to see its new inchoate operating system. Terry Myerson, EVP of Operating Systems, started the show with gusto.  He stepped out

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