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  • Top 10 enterprise desktop and Windows security stories of 2013

    There were a lot of developments in enterprise IT this past year, but the end of security worries for administrators wasn't one of them. The shift from desktop security to endpoint security management, a new operating system from Microsoft, and...

  • Top 10 countdown of Windows 8, Office 2013 tips for 2013

    Our experts spent 2013 doing their best to keep you in the know about Windows 8, Office 2013 and more. Now check out the year's top 10 Windows 8 tips.

  • Beat bad browser behavior by troubleshooting IE 10

    Internet Explorer 10 is popular but not trouble-free. Keep users happy by following these steps for troubleshooting IE performance and malware.

  • Five laptop finder products offer security after a device loss

    Laptops get lost or stolen every day. But an organization can soften the blow by implementing a laptop tracking system before devices go missing. An effective laptop finder protects sensitive data and helps locate the device wherever it lands....

  • Using Modern.ie to test Web browser compatibility with applications

    One of the biggest challenges that enterprise desktop administrators face is Web browser and application compatibility. User complaints will be familiar, regardless of whether IT is providing upgrades to Windows 7, Internet Explorer 11, new code...

  • How to create a Windows 8 live tile in the Windows 8 Start screen

    How do I create a live tile in Windows 8, and what language should I use?

    A live tile is a tile on the...

  • Windows 8 open source media player provides alternative for users

    Since Songbird isn't yet available for Windows 8, are there any open source options?

    The cross-platform, open source music player Songbird was discontinued in June 2013. However, Nightingale is an application that was created from...

  • More Mac OS tips may remind desktop admins of Windows functions

    The Mac OS is on a small but significant number of desktops in the enterprise, and Macs are more common in education and where graphics-intensive applications are used. IT administrators who may be familiar with only Windows desktops have nothing...

  • Why was the Windows XP lifespan so long?

    Microsoft will cease providing technical assistance for Windows XP on April 8, 2014. Alas, the appetite for desktops has changed in favor of more portable, power-saving devices, perhaps with touchscreens. In addition, cloud computing and...

  • Five Mac tips for Windows desktop admins straddling two OSes

    Desktop support techs are coming to grips with the fact that more and more Macs are showing up in the workplace and, even worse, on their service tickets. If the mental calisthenics of switching among Windows XP, Windows 7 and Windows 8 weren't...

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