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Windows Vista : Build Your Network (part 1) - Terminology Primer, To Wire or Not to Wire
Windows Vista : Build Your Network (part 1) - Terminology Primer, To Wire or Not to WireFor best results, wire your nonmobile desktop system to your router/switch/hub when it's nearby. Cables aren't affected by poor reception, security codes, ...
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ASP.NET 4 in VB 2010 : The Data Controls - Editing with the GridView
ASP.NET 4 in VB 2010 : The Data Controls - Editing with the GridViewThe GridView provides support for editing that's almost as convenient as its support for selection. To switch a row into select mode, you simply set the ...
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Ditch Your Laptop For Your Phone (Part 1)
Ditch Your Laptop For Your Phone (Part 1)Mobile technology is always pushing new boundaries, and the lines between today's smartphones and laptops are often blurred. Many of the functions you expect to find on a laptop are now readily available on most Android smartphones, and in some cases, offer a suitable replacement for a low-end laptop.
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Aperion Audio Zona Wireless Speaker System
Aperion Audio Zona Wireless Speaker SystemThe performance of Aperion Audio's Zona speakers is good enough for us to grant the company poetic license in labeling these speakers "wireless." They'd need to be battery-powered in order to be entirely free from wires, an impractical solution because ...
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SQL Server 2012 : Storage Systems (part 7) - Measuring Performance - Storage Performance Testing
SQL Server 2012 : Storage Systems (part 7) - Measuring Performance - Storage Performance TestingYou have likely noticed how we have stressed that each workload is different. No single storage system will solve every technical or business problem. Any system must be validated prior to its production deployment.
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Windows System Programming : The Registry
Windows System Programming : The RegistryThe registry is a centralized, hierarchical database for application and system configuration information. Access to the registry is through registry keys, which are analogous to file system directories.
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Multifaceted Tests : Attempting PHP Include File Injection Interactively & Creating Decompression Bombs
A decompression bomb is a compressed file that is very small but expands to a disproportionately large amount of data. This recipe will discuss how such decompression bombs can be created.
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