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Memory-Lane Monday: Say, this is almost as easy as Linux!

This pilot fish works as a Linux sysadmin at a small software-as-a-service company. “I come in early in the mornings, while the tech that does most of our Windows and desktop work comes in later and stays later,” fish says. “One night, she does a scheduled migration of one of our accounting personnel to a…

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Saying goodbye to Windows 7 isn’t easy, but you must

Listen, I get it. Windows 7 has worked really well. After the Vista fiasco, you were so happy to get a decent version of Windows. You dodged the Windows 8.x sinkhole, and, boy, were you glad! Then, you thought about Windows 10, but 7 just did the job so you stuck with it, and then…

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10 easy steps to make Chrome faster and more secure

Gather ’round, kiddos — ’cause it’s time for a story. Once upon a time, Chrome was a lean, mean browsing machine. It was the scrappy lightweight kid in a block filled with clunky old blobs of blubber. People had never seen a browser so fast, so thoughtfully constructed! It stripped everything down to the essentials…

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Sound Not Working on Your Mac? Easy Fixes for Audio Problems

Audio glitches, internal components making strange sounds, problems with connecting an external audio device, or sound not working at all are some of the common Mac sound issues you may encounter. At times, misconfigured apps or settings can result in static in your audio output, inability to change the volume, lack of stereo output, or…

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Android Won’t Connect to Windows Over ADB? Fix It in 3 Easy Steps

Is ADB not detecting your device? If Android is unable to connect over the Android Debug Bridge (ADB), fixing it only requires three basic procedures. We’ll show you how to get it working again. ADB Can’t Find Your Device? Here’s the Fix Sometimes, Android USB devices won’t connect to a Windows system. Failed ADB connections…

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