windows

How to move the Microsoft OneDrive folder location in Windows 7

Often folks add secondary hard drives to their computers to free up storage space on their primary hard drives.  As part of this process one would typically move various “data” folders from their primary system drive to a secondary hard drive with a larger capacity.  One such example of this could be moving your Microsoft OneDrive folder and all of…

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mac, software, windows

VMWare Fusion 5 Released for Mac Users

For Mac users, one of the most popular ways to use Windows is through a virtual machine method because it allows the Mac user to control their Mac OS X operating system while another operating system runs in a separate window. It is an option separate from using Apple’s Boot Camp ability, which allows the user to partition their storage…

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.net, programming, software

Visual Studio 2010 Code Metrics Viewer

What is Code Metrics Viewer? – Matthias Friedrich highlights his Visual Studio 2010 Code Metrics Viewer extension which plugs into VS 2010 Professional and uses the Code Metrics Power Tool to provide code metrics information to the IDE. Matthias is blogging a number of posts on this project blog which look at the various features of the viewer and I…

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CMD Email v2.0 released

CMD Email, the email command line utility I developed (originally discussed here) has been updated to version 2.0. Here are new features for v2.0: Updated to target .NET 3.5 Framework Added support for message body being loaded from a file Added support for multiple file attachments Added support for logging to the Windows Application Event Log You can download the…

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Outlook 2007 dropped print range – WTF?

One of my co-workers asked us (the IT department) how she could print a certain page number or range of pages using Microsoft Outlook 2007. Since I was the only one in IT to have Outlook 2007 we looked at things on my system. Honestly, I don’t know if I had tried that before so I wasn’t entirely sure where…

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mac, software

Picasa for Mac, finally!

Google has finally released a version of their Picasa desktop application for Mac.  I have been waiting for this for a while and it couldn’t come a minute sooner. Our iPhoto library here at home is over 63GB and has almost 16,000 items (photos and movies) and gave me a big scare a few weeks ago when the library wouldn’t…

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Manage your finances with Mint

If you looking for a great program for managing your personal finances, you should check out Mint.  Not only does it have great tools to help you understand where you’re spending your money it offers you ways that it can help you save money.  It syncs up with pretty much all financial institutions and can pull in transactions from your…

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CMD Email, programming

CMD Email updated

The email command line utility I wrote (and discussed here), CMD Email, has been updated.  The latest release supports email attachments. You can download the latest runtime or source from the project page on CodePlex.

CMD Email, programming

CMD Email – command line email utility

I’ve completed my first open source project.  I have been wanting to put something out on Codeplex for a while and finally got around to it.  The project I released is a small little command line email utility that uses the .NET 2.0 framework.  I wrote a more simple version of this years ago to email me when Windows scheduled…

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