Change the Appearance of Tabs in a TabControl

  • 28 June 2016
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Change the Appearance of Tabs in a TabControl
Unfortunately, you can't easily change the back color of the tab or the font of its text. However, that doesn't mean you have to settle for bland, boring tabs. Three simple adjustments you can make to TabControl tabs without writing a single line of code include: adding images to each tab, changing the position of the tabs, and stacking multiple tabs for easier viewing.

Apply this Hotfix for Dropped DHCP Reservations

  • 28 June 2016
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Apply this Hotfix for Dropped DHCP Reservations
If your IP address reservations are mysteriously dropped by your DHCP server, check if you have Windows Server 2008 R2. There's a known bug that can cause this Windows version to delete DHCP reservations when it shouldn't.

New Horizons Extends Global Partnership with AXELOS

  • 24 June 2016
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New Horizons Extends Global Partnership with AXELOS
New Horizons Computer Learning Centers has been recognized as a Strategic Accredited Training Organization with AXELOS, a global leader in IT Service Management and Project Management best practices and processes that include the globally-recognized ITIL® portfolio. 

Combat Bounced Email with these Troubleshooting Tips

  • 21 June 2016
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Combat Bounced Email with these Troubleshooting Tips
Although your company higher-ups can read your email and block it, most likely, you've run into a different problem. While we strongly caution against sending personal email from your work account, the bottom line is that your email system isn't working as it should. We'll go through the most common culprits behind returned, or bounced, email.

Two Ways to Better Organize your ACLs

  • 21 June 2016
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Two Ways to Better Organize your ACLs
Configurations involving access control lists can get easily get cluttered, so it's useful to keep your ACLs organized and know which ones are actually being used. You can figure out the latter by pasting the running config for your network device into a text editor and searching for your ACLs (or writing a script to automate the search).

A Quick Solution to Werfault.exe Problems

  • 21 June 2016
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A Quick Solution to Werfault.exe Problems
When dealing with a computer that slows down a lot, you may sometimes notice a process called Werfault.exe hogging a lot of the CPU. Werfault.exe is used for the Windows Error Reporting feature, which comes up whenever an application crashes. This is the feature that tells users that Windows is searching for a solution to the problem. While often helpful, this feature may sometimes get in the way, especially if Werfault.exe takes up a lot of system resources indefinitely.

The Differences Between Libraries and Frameworks

  • 21 June 2016
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The Differences Between Libraries and Frameworks
Many developers loosely refer to jQuery as a "framework" or fail to understand the essential difference between it and bonafide JavaScript frameworks such as AngularJS and Bootstrap. Worse, by misunderstanding the difference, developers may miss the reasons to use frameworks or libraries.

Here's a Quick Way to Turn Smart Guides On and Off

  • 21 June 2016
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Here's a Quick Way to Turn Smart Guides On and Off
Smart Guides are useful for aligning objects either to each other or to guidelines on your artboard. But just because you prefer to work without Smart Guides turned on doesn't mean you can't reap their benefits. Instead, toggle them on and off as you need them with this quick keyboard shortcut: [command][U] ([Ctrl][U] in Windows).
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