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Install The Recover Console PDF Print E-mail
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The Recovery Console is designed to help you recover from a error that prevents Windows XP from starting properly. This tool is located on the Windows XP installation disc. This guide will show you how to install the Recovery Console onto your system.
Create a Copy of a Users Profile PDF Print E-mail
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One of the new features that Windows XP offers is the ability to have separate settings for each user, this is called a ‘User Profile’. Contained in a ‘User Profile’ are desktop settings, favorites, program-specific data that is contained in the Application Data folder, and the contents of the My Documents folder for that user. Obviously this is pretty important and would be something that you should be making occasional backups of. This guide will show you how to create a copy of a users profile (by creating a copy you are creating a backup).
Windows Vista - Is Your System Capable of Running Vista? PDF Print E-mail
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With Windows Vista's approaching launch, you probably have asked yourself, will my current system be able to run Windows Vista. Up until recently, we could only go based off of a rough estimate that Microsoft provided. Well, now Microsoft has provided us with a handy little tool that will scan your pc and report to you if your system meets the minimum requirements to run Vista.
Windows Media Player 11 PDF Print E-mail
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Windows Media Player 11 is finally here (well sort of, it seems as though WMP11 was leaked out and is now circulating throughout the internet). Checkout these screenshots and find out where you can download it.
Remove Windows XP Splash Screen PDF Print E-mail
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You turn on your computer and after a few moments, you see the splash screen which displays Microsoft Windows XP Logo. Then you finally get to the login screen (that is if you have XP setup this way). Repetition, for some, can be quite annoying. Well, guess what? You can disable that annoying splash screen…
Browse The Internet Anonymously PDF Print E-mail
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Surfing on the net is not as secure as the average internet user may think. Your identity and what you are doing can be monitored easily. This is especially true for those with Wireless networks, those who browse the internet from their work computer and those that browse dodgy (red flag) websites. The solution is to use an anonymizer when you surf the net.

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