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).

Speed up Your Scrolling in Large Documents

  • 21 June 2016
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Speed up Your Scrolling in Large Documents

If you're editing a large document that also includes a number of images, you may find that scrolling is quite slow. This happens because Word has to load each image as you scroll, which can make your productivity drag. Fortunately, if you display picture placeholders rather than your actual images, you won't have to worry about this needless slowdown any more.

Gain a Heads-Up Regarding a Futuristic Solution

  • 21 June 2016
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Gain a Heads-Up Regarding a Futuristic Solution
One of the problems with data encryption is that it usually causes the data to take up a lot more storage space. This can pose a problem particularly in applications (such as ones for cloud-based storage) that need to handle encrypted IP addresses or other short pieces of data. Because IP addresses are shorter than the blocks used in standard encryption schemes, encrypting them tends to be very inefficient from a storage perspective.

One Trick to Speed up Slow File Operations Between Servers

  • 21 June 2016
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One Trick to Speed up Slow File Operations Between Servers

If you suspect a TOE problem or just want to experiment with something that may improve performance, try disabling TCP Connection Offload (IPv4) in the network adapter driver properties. (You can typically find this setting in the network adapter's Advanced tab.) You can also make the change in the Windows Registry.


What to do When the Immediate Window Disappears in Visual Studio

  • 29 August 2016
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What to do When the Immediate Window Disappears in Visual Studio
One of Visual Studio's most useful debugging features is the Immediate Window, where you can execute commands and find out an expression's value while execution is paused. This feature is a little hidden, as it exists on a fly-out menu under Debug | Windows. However, it really is possible that it can disappear altogether. That could happen if someone removed it while customizing the menus.

Use this Easy Method to Select a Path without Ungrouping

  • 21 June 2016
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Use this Easy Method to Select a Path without Ungrouping
When you have a complex illustration, or even a simple group of paths, don't struggle to select just one point, path, or shape from that group. There is an easy way to do this without ungrouping: Use the Direct Selection tool. Located in the Tools panel, the Selection tool is the black arrow, and the Direct Selection tool is the white arrow. Select the Direct Selection tool, and then click on any point, path, or shape to select just that portion of a group for easy editing or moving.

The IoT'S Future Looks Bright, Both for Businesses & Consumers

  • 16 June 2016
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The IoT'S Future Looks Bright, Both for Businesses & Consumers

As the internet's usefulness continues to become more apparent every day, it's no surprise that so many companies are working tirelessly to give their products a connection. Everything from toasters to manufacturing equipment can be given internet access, a trend that's been named the Internet of Things. What's more, the connected devices within this movement are rapidly increasing in popularity. 


Improve Manageability with Network Objects

  • 13 June 2016
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Improve Manageability with Network Objects
Managing the permissions and rules for resources on the network can be a complex task when you need to make changes. Fortunately, network objects simplify administration by allowing you to group several related resources into one "object." Rules can then be set for the object as a whole. Any change to the settings for the object automatically applies to its members, thus eliminating the need for separate configuration changes to each network resource. Also, by giving network objects logical and understandable names, you can make it easier for new IT staff to learn the network architecture more quickly.
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