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A quick look at open source numerical computation for Windows

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In this article, we present some numerical and scientific computational tools that the open source world has to offer to Windows users. Mathematics and scientific...

Working with Git for Windows

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Version control systems play an important role in tracking changes in software and enable users to fall back to a desired previous version. Git...

Setting Up Django on Windows

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Django is a Web development framework written in Python. Therefore it has all the advantages of Python. Setting up Django in Linux is pretty...

Must-have tools for Windows systems administrators

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This article presents some of the most desirable free and open source software programs that Windows systems administrators must have in their arsenal of...

5 useful open source tools for Windows systems administrators

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Much of the work that Windows systems administrators do is tedious, repetitive, boring and time consuming. Thankfully, there are open source tools available that...

Setting Up Apache and PHP on Windows

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Developers can easily run or test their scripts in Windows before they put them out on the Internet, if they have Apache and PHP...

UltraDefrag: A choice defragmenter for Windows

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  The performance of Windows systems is greatly enhanced by defragmenting or defragging the disk. A file may have many small fragments spread across the...

Facebook’s SQL-powered detection tool debuts on Windows

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Facebook has announced the availability of its SQL-backed detection tool for Windows platform. The open source technology, dubbed as osquery, was initially designed for...

Microsoft releases .Net Core 1.0 to go beyond Windows

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In the ongoing efforts to support the open source community, Microsoft has released .Net Core 1.0. The new .Net runtime platform is opened to...

“Linux interoperability has been enabled through work across Microsoft”

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Players in the Linux community often find Microsoft and open source technology not quite in sync. Ironically, Microsoft is one of the major contributors...