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About Neil

Happy husband. Proud father. Systems engineering consultant, and former U.S. Air Force officer. A music fan, science fiction nut, geek, and die-hard Mac user who grudgingly deals with Windows at work only because his employer and clients aren’t enlightened enough to move to Mac OS X.

Well-known jailbreak developer John Coates (@punksomething) has created an app that lets you add the new Apple TV’s awesome-looking animated aerial screen savers to your Mac.

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REAPER is an interesting looking cross-platform audio recording and editing package.

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[NSFW] This. Is. AWESOME. Source: Fuck Off As A Service (FOAAS)

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This site lists torrent files that link to Microsoft-distributed versions of Windows ISO images.

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Set up older Office desktop applications to work with Office 365. Source: Download Office 365 Desktop Setup Tool for Office 2010 and Office 2007 from Official Microsoft Download Center

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Disable the “Get Windows 10” icon in the system tray

You can quickly remove the “Get Windows 10” icon in your Windows system tray with a single DOS command. Here’s how: wusa /uninstall /KB:3035583 Source: How to disable the “Get Windows 10” icon shown in the notification area (tray)? – … Continue reading

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Windows 7 comes in two flavors, 32bit and 64bit. Sometimes there is a need to switch your operating system from one version to another for compatibility purposes or if you have 4GB or more of memory. Here we show you … Continue reading

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Open-AudIT and OCS Inventory AG might be useful for churches and other non-profits that need basic IT asset management solutions.

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How to downgrade iOS 8 to iOS 7.1.2 provides a method for downgrading iOS installs on multiple devices, and the links to the required iOS IPSW packages. This method will likely only work for a relatively short amount of time after … Continue reading

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Skyline OSX is another site that looks like it has some useful hackintosh information – including relatively clearly-written guides…

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