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Some tips on writing a decent article.
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Michael Haephrati describes Target Eye screen capturing mechanism
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An example of a small and easy to implement monitoring application
by ledtech3
Recently while looking at the the security tab on a file, I found there was a user that was an unknown account. It wasn’t registered with the Windows Vista System. Looking around the system I found several more files, so …Continue reading →

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by Thomas Daniels
This blog describes how to use Batch files to add to your PATH if you have two executables with the same name you'd like to access without having to type the full path.
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An example of a small and easy to implement monitoring application
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Michael Haephrati describes Target Eye screen capturing mechanism
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How Target Eye's Auto updating mechanism allows a silent update of an application from identifying newer versions, downloading them and running them instead of the old one

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12 Apr 2012
Razib Chandra Deb
In my previous post I show How to Install IIS on Windows 7. Now I am going to show How to Install Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Express Edition. First you need the installer, download it from here. Requirements: Visual Studio … Continue reading →
25 Apr 2012
deveck
How to make incremental backups from Windows to Linux using free tools
4 May 2012
Eric Xue (brokensnow)
20 mins installation guide in order to get you with a Mac OS X Lion VM in no time.
6 Dec 2012
ledtech3
The ability to temporarily stop the service has been locked down even more. Earlier this year I installed Microsoft Security Essentials on my moms old single core Windows XP system. Sometimes as she was playing games her pointer would float … Continue reading →
30 Mar 2015
Thomas Daniels
This blog describes how to use Batch files to add to your PATH if you have two executables with the same name you'd like to access without having to type the full path.