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  • Microsoft Virus Detection/Removal Utility
    on Jan 27, 2011
    Microsoft now has a malicious software removal tool that is able to remove the most virulent worms and viruses. The tool is updated once a month and is part of Microsoft's scheduled software patch cycle.The initial version of the tool was able to...
  • How to Upgrade Your BIOS
    on Jan 26, 2011
    Every now and then computer/motherboard manufactures will release an upgrade to the BIOS (Basic Input/Output System). The BIOS is a program that is loaded into your computer's memory when it is turned on so that it can load the OS from your hard...
  • differences between the Windows Update and Microsoft Update
    on Jan 25, 2011
    Do you know the differences between the Windows Update and Microsoft Update web sites? I am not sure if most people even realize there is a difference between these two services. For the most part they look very similar, but there are some key d...
  • Diff between Windows Messenger vs. MSN Messenger
    on Jan 24, 2011
    Both Windows Messenger and MSN Messenger are Instant Messaging (IM) client applications. Although there are some distinct differences between the two applications:Windows Messenger is an IM client designed for use in a business environment. This...
  • Diff between Remote Desktop vs Remote Assistance
    on Jan 23, 2011
    When you first learn about 'Remote Desktop' and 'Remote Assistance', you might wonder the difference between the two services. Both applications allow you to remotely control a PC from any where on your local or corporate network, and even over t...
  • How to Avoid Re-Activate Windows XP After a Reinstallation
    on Jan 22, 2011
    Whenever you first install Windows XP, you have to activate it over the Internet or by calling Microsoft customer support on the phone. So if you ever need to re-install Windows XP because of some type of system failure, then at a later time you...
  • How to Choosing a Strong Password
    on Jan 21, 2011
    Password security is going the way of the dodo. As computers become more and more faster, a programmer’s ability to write programs to guess your password is becoming easier. The great thing about passwords is the only software/hardware requirem...
  • Microsoft Calculator Plus
    on Jan 20, 2011
    The calculator that comes with Windows can perform some basic mathematic functions. If you want to perform more complex calculations, all you have to do is select Scientific from the View menu.Although if you want something more powerful, Microsof...
  • Set What how much Hours User Can Login
    on Jan 19, 2011
    You can use the 'Net User' command to configure the day and the time when a user can log on to a computer. For example, you could permit a user named Fred to only log on to a computer between the hours of 10am and 3pm Monday-Wednesday.From the Run...
  • How to Manage System Restore Disk Usage
    on Jan 18, 2011
    The Windows System Restore feature is designed to help you recover after a software installation failure or configuration changed that prevents your computer from booting. By default, new restore points are created after a system change, or every...
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