Working with Windows Powershell 3.0 at Microsoft Virtual Academy

Microsoft Windows Powershell 3.0 IconHaving a heavy Linux background since 2010 I have been one of those users who hated Microsoft Windows “shell”. Until recently when I found an awesome free online resource to start learning Windows Powershell 3.0. Since my IT job basically focuses on Microsoft Products, I decided to give the Microsoft Virtual Academy a try as well as Powershell. The Microsoft Virtual Academy or MVA for short is an awesome free resource to learn more about Windows products. Having an explanation from the inside guys at Microsoft can help you learn how to be more productive and gain an intimate understanding of the software.… Read More

Fantom 2TB External Green Harddrive Review

Fantom 2TB Green External HarddriveStorage is something everybody needs. Whether you prefer pictures, movies, music or raw data, storage is invaluable. My needs were neither of those, I was in need of a concrete backup drive for computer images. With the backup data ranging from 60-250GB, a 2 Terabyte drive seemed suitable.

Upon search for drives with my search tricks and performing cost like analysis, I came across the 2 Terabyte Green External Fantom drive and decided to give the Fantom drive a whirl.… Read More

HTC EVO 4G Smart Phone from Sprint Review

Picture of the HTC EVOI recently ventured into the realm of Smart Phones with my latest purchase of the HTC EVO 4G by Sprint. Really I have been holding off on upgrading phones mainly due to the fact that I found the data plans to be too much for my needs. Well I have had a mobile broadband card for just general trips with my computer.

Well I was doing some searching and I found for less than double the price (about $10 less) of what it cost to run my mobile broadband I could get a new smart phone, so here I am with the new HTC EVO 4G and these are my findings about the phone, to hopefully help you decide if it is right for you.… Read More

Sansa Clip 8GB MP3 Player Review

Looking for a decent MP3 player that is just plug and play (meaning you do not have to have the software to put music on the mp3 player) has been a difficult chore. It seems now a days that companies want you to have their bloated software on your computer to manage your media library. I have always hated having to do that, what if you wanted to grab some music from a friend's computer?

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