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Using a MySQL Performance Tuning Analyzer Script

When you are working on increasing the speed of your website, a very important piece is making sure you get every last drop of performance out of your database server. Unfortunately, for most of us that aren't normally database administrators this can be a difficult proposition.

Integrate Twitter With Microsoft Outlook

If you use Microsoft Outlook as the center for all your communications, you might be interested in integrating Twitter directly into Outlook so you never have to leave the comfort of your inbox to read about the daily minutia of your twitter friends.

Recalling Email Messages in Outlook 2007

How many times have you sent out an email only to realize you forgot to include the attachment, or really shouldn't have sent a response to the entire company? If you are using Outlook in an Exchange environment you can attempt to recall the message.

Disable that Annoying Windows Logon Warning Message

There's nothing more annoying to me than getting a new laptop from work and having to click through the logon warning message set by the IT department. It usually goes something like "Warning: You are logging onto our computer system. We own your soul."

How-To Geek Changes in Progress

You might have already noticed the changes to the theme, but I decided that I'd write about it and maybe give you a little bit of insight to the reasons behind the changes.

Change Ctrl+Enter Behavior in Firefox

My good friend Daniel asked me yesterday how to change Firefox so that Shift+Enter auto-completes *.org instead of *.net. After about a 2 minute google session, I had the answer to share with everybody.

Wait, How do I Turn on DreamScene Again?

So you installed Windows DreamScene through Windows Update, but where did it go? You can't find it in the start menu anywhere, and it's not in Program Files... Turns out that just installing it doesn't always mean that it's enabled.
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