Problems mounting shared folders in a Debian Virtual OS running in a Windows Host

Sep 30th, 2012 | By

So this was a silly problem I ran into today and it’s really only the lack of very specifically labeled help available online about that caused me to write this.  Basically what I did was to install Debian 6 64 with vmware inside of a windows 7 machine.  I cringe to think I am doing
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3D Desktop Cube Reviews and Comparisons (Windows)

Sep 19th, 2012 | By

So in my switch from Linux to windows the one area that is seriously lacking in windows is being able to properly organize your applications and workspaces.. Right now the way windows works is you just lump everything all into one desktop and alt-tab through, sorting it as you go.  This is an insanely archaic
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List of all of the vmware keyboard shortcuts

Sep 5th, 2012 | By

  F11 switches to full-screen mode and back to normal mode Ctrl-Alt-Insert sends a Ctrl-Alt-Delete to the VMware Guest OS Ctrl-Alt is also used for – exiting full screen mode Ctrl-Alt-Enter Expands the current VM into full-screen. If you have a number of VMs, this sequence will also move you between virtual machines Ctrl-Alt-Tab switch
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Bringing some linux functionality to windows – Multiple Clipboards, Middle Mouse paste & a proper console

Sep 4th, 2012 | By

So as I am in day 2 of my new life as a Windows user I am already longing for some of the functionality that made my life in linux more efficient.  Hopefully other windows users who have never had the privilege(or the frustration) of spending years wrestling with linux can learn how to make
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Quickly displaying Rainmeter above windows and solving problems with taskbar2 and sidebar2 appearing ontop with Enigma 4

Sep 3rd, 2012 | By

So now that I’m a windows user again my quest to personalize and customize my OS is in full swing.  I need something that enables me to use my technology my way, in a way that allows me to work and function digitally as efficiently as possible.  Rainmeter is an amazing tool that allows me
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Customizing and pimping the shit out of Windows 7

Sep 2nd, 2012 | By

Alright, so over the past 7 days I’ve devolved from a linux user back to a windows user after hitting a wall of my operating system not working properly and just needing things to work the way they are supposed to in order to run a successful business.  So I’m back to windows but after
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