How to Dock Windows Left & Right using Multiple Monitors

Here’s a quick tip that one of my colleagues showed my this week that makes working with multiple monitors a lot easier. Thanks to @FreeRangeEggs for this tip.   The Problem You’ve got 2 windows (A and B) and you want to dock them side by side on monitor 1. Its easy to dock window... Continue Reading →

Working with Non-Office File Types in SharePoint & Office 365

Office 365 and SharePoint work quite nicely when you are working with Microsoft Office file types. Things like Word, Excel and PowerPoint files. Once you really start using SharePoint however, you want to store many more types of files in SharePoint. This is natural and you can actually get the files into SharePoint without too... Continue Reading →

How to enable “Hey Cortana” with Windows Phone 8.1 Update in Australia

Currently only USA and UK Windows Phones can access Cortana Beta. Some other countries such as Australia have access to Cortana Alpha. The “Hey Cortana” feature which allows you to start Cortana listening by simply saying “Hey Cortana” is not included in the Alpha and we have to wait patiently for the Beta. There is... Continue Reading →

How to: Enable outlining (collapsible statement blocks) for C# code in Visual Studio

I’m often modifying existing C# code in Visual Studio and find myself trying to line up opening and closing braces and trying to figure out what level of nesting I’m currently at. It’s easy when the block fits on a single screen without scrolling, but dive into some complex logic where you’ve got plenty of... Continue Reading →

Getting Started: The Basics of Using PowerShell with SharePoint

I’m a SharePoint guy, and certainly no PowerShell expert. I know enough PowerShell to get things done in SharePoint from time to time. I can often go months without using PowerShell and talking to colleagues I don’t think I’m alone in the SharePoint community. So if you are just starting out with using PowerShell to do... Continue Reading →

How to fix issue with opening Visual Studio solution from tfspreview.com by moving it to visualstudio.com

This problem arises if you were using Team Foundation Services (TFS) Online while it was still in preview. You will be accessing TFS on a URL such as: https://mycompany.tfspreview.com A recent change has been made to TFS Online that prevents you opening solutions using this URL. When you try to open an existing solution (that... Continue Reading →

Solving the “Boot Failed. EFI SCSI Device” error when installing Windows 2012 Server on Hyper-V

I’ve installed Windows 2012 server on a few Hyper-V images in the past but ran into an error that looked unfamiliar. I created my Hyper-V machine, configured it with a dynamic hard drive, added a DVD and mounted the Windows Server 2012 ISO making sure the DVD drive was top of the boot order and... Continue Reading →

Harness SharePoint Library and Folder Default Views to build more appealing solutions

Article Index 1. Introduction Why use different default views based on navigation hierarchy? What are the different levels that a default view can be set? Caution: Per-location view defaults 2. Library default views 3. Folder default views 4. Custom Folder default views 5. Document Set (and Custom Document Set) default views 1. Introduction This article... Continue Reading →

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