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Help! Upgrading to Mac OS X Mavericks killed the performance of my system

I’m going to surmise that if I canvassed a random cross-section of adults between ages 25 and 30 about whether they waited before upgrading to Mac OS X Mavericks, the majority would admit they didn’t consider the ramifications. I’m one

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Why can’t I update Adobe Flash?

Adobe Flash.  The very phrase either: (a) engenders feelings of resignation because you can’t do anything without it or (b) galvanizes feelings of duress because you feel like you’re being forced to use it. I actually feel nothing but pure

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All about the Windows HOST file

The host file has been around since the inception of the internet. A little history If you ever spontaneously get the urge to flip through the voluminous annals of the internet you’ll quickly discover that host files are so old

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How to open a full screen remote desktop session on a secondary monitor in Windows

I love Remote Desktop.  It enables me to connect to other computers over a network connection so I don’t have to get up walk over to a server room, drive to a data center or basically leave my desk.  As

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How to find your MAC address in Windows

Allow me to intrigue you for a moment by explaining the differences between a MAC address and an IP address. Then I’ll delineate how to locate the MAC address on your computer.  I can’t simply show you how to find

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