And receive a $25 credit towards your device or service!
Use the link below:
I haven’t used this service yet, but planning on switching to it soon to see how it fares.
I’ve used this for about a week and it has been way better than Google Fi. I’m happy with how much coverage I have and will hopefully be happy with the cost of the service when I’m billed next month. If you’re unhappy with your cellphone provider and have the ability to change networks, give Ting a try.
I think I want Windows 10, if only for the new Task Manager. I know it’s there in Windows 8 / Server 2012 but everyone knows the OS wasn’t ready yet.
This is the first time since Windows 7 that I’m actually
excited interested about getting a new Windows OS installed on one of my computers.
Here’s a quick guide to getting Windows 10 installed in a VirtualBox.
Download the Windows 10 Technical Preview ISO from Microsoft (x64 used in this example) or from a torrent magnet link.
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This is originally from rokoding.com. Their website is currently having some issues and I found a copy. If anyone else needs these settings, they’re here! Alternatively, maybe give the guy some money to pay for dedicated hosting. I’m going to try to do so as soon as I can.
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There’s a few more things that are great about the Google Apps service! I’ve listed a few in an earlier post, but this is a continuation of what the service can do for you:
- A custom email address is key to continue building your brand and it’s included when you setup your Gmail account.
- In addition to Gmail for Business, you will also get online storage with Google Drive, video meetings with Hangouts and other professional tools to help run your business.
- You can calculate your company’s cost savings when you switch to Google Apps.
If you’re interested in trying out Google Apps (for free!), please click here!
Lifehacker re-post. Good info for those who want to ditch public “cloud” services and make their own:
If you want to download Adobe Flash Player without Adobe’s additional software or the online installers, go here to find the individual exe’s and msi files for all browser types: