From hot information to in-memory to tape drives, you need to manage your data.
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Thinking of using Windows Vista's Media Center in the living room? Follow along as Windows expert Ed Bott offers a guided tour to his Vista-powered home theater setup.
Microsoft’s developers hid Easter Eggs in Access 95/97/2000
Verizon fiber-optic network took up a little turf, but the increased broadband speeds were worth it.
Microsoft Windows Home Server, currently in Community Technology Preview, is designed as a way to integrate server based computing into the home environment. Whether it be digital photos, music, or just your documents, you want that data to be secure and accessible. Once you get WHS configured scheduled, regular backups can be run for all of your home PCs, at times you choose.
If you find yourself constantly making formatting adjustments to Access objects on the fly, you're bogging yourself down unnecessarily. A couple of tricks can save you tons of time: Either change control defaults for a particular form or report or customize a form or report and turn it into a template.
A close-up look at the April 2007 beta release of Microsoft's Windows Home Server software
When you publish an Access report to Word, you'll lose any check boxes the report contains. Luckily, you can take advantage of a couple of workarounds: Either display the literal values or use Wingdings to display the check box controls in Word. Here's a rundown of both tricks.
The Cancer Genomic Atlas will have a heavy information technology component as it crunches data to map the cancer genome.