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Computers and storage mechanisms (CD-ROMs, hard drives, USB flash drives, DVD-ROMs, etc.) need to hold much larger values than what a byte can hold (0-255). Thus, the terms kilobyte, megabyte, gigabyte, and terabyte were created to represent such large amounts of information.
Posted on 2007-04-12, 6799 views
You canít enable Use Cached Exchange Mode because it is grayed out.
Posted on 2008-04-14, 10976 views
The geek species has many different subspecies. There is a type of geek for just about every subject area in existance. You have food geeks, movie geeks, boating geeks, and more. This being a tech site, I'd thought I'd share a few subspecies from the tech strata.
Posted on 2014-11-06, 1243 views
This handy little tool was developed by Mark Russinovich and Bryce Cogswell, and is part of the most execellent SysInternals tool set. It is more than just a simple viewer tool, though.
Posted on 2015-08-04, 1968 views
Need to bulk import users into Active Directory? Need to make bulk changes to existing Active Directory users? AD Bulk Users makes importing and modifying large numbers of users easy. Import users in bulk from CSV, Excel, ODBC, SQL, Oracle etc.
Posted on 2015-08-03, 3151 views
Softerra Adaxes aims to be comprehensive solution for management, administration and monitoring of Active Directory. Does it measure up? You be the judge.
Posted on 2015-08-07, 2319 views
Using a simple command, you can add or remove a computer to a domain.
Posted on 2008-07-07, 9519 views
Window borders are not something you usually think about. They're just there, keeping a visual cue of the current workspace. Did you could change the width of these borders? Some folks want just like small borders.
Posted on 2012-11-05, 1809 views172 hits, 22 pages | Prev | Next