Few weeks ago I wrote here that I had been busy helping a small clinic on most weekends with their IT needs. The business is very small and can’t afford to hire an IT staff to manage their systems.
Well, it’s been exactly a month since I last posted a blog here, and this post will detail some of the reasons why I was away. I normally write about two to three posts a week, but it’s been over four weeks since I last posted anything on this blog.
This brief tutorial shows you how to easily install and configure Samba file sharing on Ubuntu 14.10. With Samba, one can share files and folders with users on other machines like Windows, Mac OSX or other Linux machines.
This post is part of a series we started about using virtualization software to run multiple operating systems on a single host computer. In our last post we said that if the host computer (the computer the virtualization software is installed on) is powerful enough, you could operate as many operating systems or guest machines as possible on a single host.
Something strange happened to one of our employees few weeks ago where her Outlook 2013 was performing very slowly, showing distorted menu as well as blurred fonts. When I was contacted to look at the issue, I did the normal troubleshooting by recreating a new profile as well as repairing Microsoft Office but to no avail.
It’s 2015 and this is our first post of the year! Hope you had a wonderful 2014.
VMware workstation 11 has been released and this brief tutorial is going to show you how to install it in Ubuntu. Installing on Windows is easy, just go and grab the executable file for your version of Windows and install. I’ve just installed it on my Windows 8.1 machine.