My Mac Outlook 2016 (aka Version 15) has been running real slow so I wanted to rebuild its database to clean up any nagging issues. Holding down the Option key while starting up Outlook 2016 does nothing. There’s a reason for that – there is no database to rebuild anymore. According to this Microsoft Office […]
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Back when I was learning about Microsoft Windows 3.x, my favorite visual theme was Hot Dog Stand. This thing was and still is hideously ugly. So ugly that you have to love it while hating it. Oh only if Pontiac made the Aztek in hot dog stand colors would it be the greatest car ever.
I attended my first SharePoint Saturday event, and only in Honolulu, Hawaii can a Saturday event be held on a Friday. What did I learn from this event? Five things. 1. Dux Raymond Sy Is an Asian Original Who is Dux Raymond Sy? That name hits you first – Dux? I had seen that name […]
Sometimes, you gotta love (and hate) the error messages presented by Microsoft SharePoint. Doesn’t this error really help you troubleshoot the problem??
Never really noticed, but printing from within Microsoft SharePoint Foundation 2010 isn’t really a thing. It’s not something I’d consider doing, but I can understand the need to print. By default, there’s no print function in SharePoint, but follow this short tutorial to add a Print button to a list item. Simple enough.
If you thought Microsoft’s Zune was gone, you were wrong… until today. While Microsoft stop producing Zune players, the Zune brand name was still around. Today, the Zune name is no longer.
For some reason, as I was reading the article 10 Ways to Think Different – Inside Apple’s Cult-Like Culture, I kept thinking that I needed to check out Microsoft’s new Dynamic CRM online service. I don’t know why, and it wasn’t anything forced, it just fit, you know?
Hold on to that Microsoft Zune since you might just have a collector’s item on your hands. Microsoft will stop introducing new Zunes, though they may try again with a new device.
I remember when people stood in line for the release of Windows 95.
Just listen to Steve Ballmer’s analysis of the then introduced Apple iPhone in 2007. Yes, predicting the future is hard.
Um, yeah this is so cool? Employees at the Microsoft Store in California bust out the electric slide in the store during working hours. So if you ever wanted to learn this classic, just watch. I don’t know about you, but I suddenly feel the urge to buy Windows 7! Or not…
Microsoft has opened its doors to its own retail stores similar to the Apple Stores. Here’s a video of the store opening. Are you excited!?! I wonder if Microsoft is confident enough to showcase Apple computers running Windows or Windows software like Office for the Mac? No Windows 7 running on Apple hardware yet though. […]