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Nobody enjoys filling out expense reports or tracking expenditures. But if you want to keep things organized, it’s important that you stay diligent when it comes to recording these expenses.
The MacBook Pro came in first because “every Windows installation on it is clean,” reported PC services company Soluto. Soluto’s metrics include crashes per week, hangs per week, Blue Screens per week and average boot time. Here are the top 10 in order.
Now that Google has re-entered the “note” space, there are three products from which to choose for taking, keeping and collaborating on notes. Let’s see how they stack up. All have free versions and are accessible on the web.
Want to get better results from your Google searches? Try these four tips from Macgasm editor Joshua Schnell.
A simple Google search for “HR software” will return a mind-numbing 700,000 results. To select the right vendor and software for your organization, arm yourself with these seven questions to narrow your search:
If recent security breaches have you wondering just how safe your Twitter account is, then you need to think about protecting your Twitter feed the same way you do for any other online account.
Then you might want to have a “Plan B” Slide Master.
Set up categories in Outlook by using the Categorize button in the Tags group, and choose All Categories. If you like, you can assign a keyboard shortcut to make it easier to apply categories to an email message ...
Q. In SharePoint, if I control access differently at the folder level than the library, and if the document shows up in another view without the folder, will it have the same access restrictions?
Gone are the days of needing to write notes on easily destroyed scraps of paper that clutter your desk. Instead, try one of these note-taking applications, Verne Kopytoff writes.