Trevor Pott is the prototypical computer nerd; by 8 he had built his first computer, and by 12 was running a 50 seat network. Trevor has over a decade of professional experience in varying IT roles within small and medium enterprise sector; he has served time on help desks, worn the 24/7 pager of a consultant and caffeinated through systems administration. Trevor operates an IT consultancy in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. He is the Sysadmin Blogger for The Register and a contributor to the Petri IT Knowledgebase.
Trevor Pott's Recent Posts
Need to access VMware VMFS files but don’t have a running VMware host handy? Learn how to access VMFS files using the open source VMFS drive from fluid Ops.
Get Windows 8 working the way you want it to work. Trevor Pott clues you in on how to add a start menu to Windows 8.