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The Best Free Apps Every Event Planner Needs! [Infographic]

Event planning can be stressful. From emails to social media, seating details to photography, there is a lot to organise. With so many small details that require all of your time and energy, sometimes things can go unnoticed. Whatever your event, it can be difficult to keep track of everything and stay organised. So how can we stay on top of things? Apps of course! In 2016, there are now virtually thousands of apps available that are specifically designed to make planning any event easier and less stressful.

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Fix: The Selected Task ‘Name’ No Longer Exists

I try to automate as many tasks on my computer as possible to avoid remembering to perform regular maintenance on my computer. Everything from cleaning out temporary files and unneeded files to defragging my non-SSD drives are run at least once a week. I schedule the tasks using the Windows Task Scheduler, which makes it easy for me to perform the tasks on a specific schedule. I recently ran into an issue where this following error message was display on the screen whenever I access the Task Scheduler.

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How to Choose Platform and Technology for Your Mobile App

The development of mobile application is an extremely exciting and challenging process. This process requires many considerations, because you will to decide on the type of app you want to create, and then choose the right platform and technology for your application. Even if you have no difficulties making these decisions, you still cannot be sure that your app will become popular among the users. Content prepared by Nearshore development company Freeze Pro Software.

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Top Reasons You Need To Use SQL Server 2014

According to Microsoft, SQL Server 2014 delivers a powerful and incredible set of capabilities for hybrid clouds, business intelligence, and mission-critical workloads. The technology giant also claims that this server boasts of the best in-memory technology in the entire market. One key differentiator is that the SQL Server 2014 brings with it in-memory technologies that are impressively built directly into a product.

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A Sneak Peek at Microsoft Edge – the Next Generation of Web Browser

Internet Explorer has died. Well, let’s be honest, it has been on its last legs for some time now. Rumors of Project Sparta, Microsoft’s replacement browser, have been circulating for months. Then last April the software giant announced the creation of Microsoft Edge – a revolutionary new web browser. Featuring a clean interface that is much more consistent with the new direction Microsoft has taken their operating system, Edge provides a look at the future of browsing.

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The History of PC Gaming and the Future of Mobile Gaming

The video gaming industry is on course to generate revenues of more than $100 billion in 2015, according to a research carried out by Gartner. Out of this, games plays on mobile devices will generate $30.3 billion. To understand how video gaming got to this point, it is necessary to look at history of PC gaming as well as the future of mobile gaming.

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