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Screencast: Powershell Security
Category: Platforms > Windows      Posted: 11 Jul 08

We have heard the request for more Powershell content loud and clear. The first piece of content that we are posting is a screencast from our friend C...

Doug Eby talks Superflow
Category: Platforms > Windows      Posted: 11 Jul 08

Doug is a Senior Technical Writer on the Configuration Manager team, and has worked with the product for 10 years. In this interview, he shows us Supe...

Laurence Moroney on Silverlight
Category: Platforms > Windows      Posted: 07 Jun 08

Laurence Moroney provides an overview of the features of Silverlight and coming enhancements. He introduces the designer/developer continuum, the JavaS...

Getting C++ Threads Right
Category: Platforms > Windows      Posted: 24 Dec 07

The advent of multicore processors has generated profound debate on the merits of writing parallel programs with threads and locks. Nonetheless, for ma...

Using DiskPart to Create a RAID Array
Category: Platforms > Windows      Posted: 25 Oct 07

This tutorial covers the exact same ground as my previous one, creating a RAID1 Array. But this time it’s command line baby. Aside from impressing yo...

Using RAID1 in Windows 2K3
Category: Platforms > Windows      Posted: 25 Oct 07

Here’s my first shot at a howto by way of screencast. This tutorial shows you how to add a mirrored drive array in Windows Server 2003 (and XP).

Optimize Windows XP Startup
Category: Platforms > Windows      Posted: 24 Jun 07

In this episode we show you how to use the hidden "msconfig" program in Windows XP to cut your Windows boot time in half. Plus also use it to remove unwanted programs including spyware from the registry. Biff makes an appearance and messes with the audio. And winter is here in Toronto, so we pull out...