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How to get AirPrint working on Windows

Currently AirPrint is a Mac only feature. Oh Steve… Want to get AirPrint working with your Windows computer and networked printer? The AirPrint Activator Tool works on both 32-bit and 64-bit Windows: Step 1: Choose your OS Step 2: Open “Printer” in System references, right click on your printer and open settings, activate the share [...]

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Home Server Setup on Bell / Rogers

Router Setup Part I Router Setup Part II Allow Remote Connections Remote Access Router Setup P.1 – Router IP & DDNS In order to access your home computer you need a dedicated IP. Rogers and Bell use static IP. Using a free DNS service your router can tell this service when your IP changes so [...]

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Fully Integrated, Redundant Email Configuration

Finding the perfect set of applications & services to suit my email needs has proved to be an impossible task. I’ve managed to solve it, for the most part, but it’s a bit much IMO. Where I write Email, Tasks, Notes, send Meeting Invites, add Contacts: Outlook on Windows (recently Outlook 2010 for mac) Mail [...]

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Macbook Pro Windows 7 Low Audio Issue Fixed

Those of use using Windows 7 on a MBP 2009 should be aware that Windows 7 and Bootcamp 3.0+ has some issues when it comes to drivers. Last year this fix was located to address the audio issue, which has not been resolved in the Bootcmp 3.2 update. This interim solutions  for the problem with [...]

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Multiple Dropbox Instances on Windows

Description Dropboxen enables you to run multiple Dropbox clients concurrently by automatically launching multiple instances of Dropbox.exe as different Windows users so Dropbox will store the shared files in each unique Windows user directory. Usage Instructions Once downloaded, unzip the files to your Dropbox installation folder. The default Dropbox installation folder is C:\Program Files\Dropbox\. Open [...]

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