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Run Programs Secretly by Setting them To Open Minimized PDF Print E-mail
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If you are like most computer users, you multi-task. Typically multi-taskers will have several programs open and will switch amongst them as they need to. If you want a particular program to always open silently (for example Ad Watch, which is a spyware monitor), you canset it to automatically open minimized (note: also the opposite you can set a program to always start in a maximized window) . Here is how…
Prevent Changes to your Wallpaper PDF Print E-mail
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I always hate when someone uses my computer and changes settings, particularly the wallpaper. Thankfully, we can disable this. To prevent other users from changing your favorite wallpaper, do the following:
Daylight Savings Time Changes for USA PDF Print E-mail
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If you live in the United States you definitely will want to make sure your PC is updated prior to the Day Light Savings time change that will be going into effect this Sunday. For IT Professionals, this change is most unwelcome, because it requires patching all systems (like a smaller scale Y2K)
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I stumbled across a media player that up until now, I had never even heard of. It was free so I downloaded and tried it out. It’s called GOM Player, and I was shocked by how great this player was (and no, I am not affiliate with GOM Player in any way shape or form…
Speed Up Your Search in Windows XP PDF Print E-mail
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One of the new features of Windows Vista is the ability to have instant search. Well you may or may not know, but with a add-on from Microsoft, you can get this functionality in Windows XP. The add-on is Windows Desktop Search….
Disable Low Disk Space Warning PDF Print E-mail
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When you are low on disk space Windows XP is nice enough to inform you of this. But once you are aware of the problem that should be it, right? Wrong, Windows XP continues to inform you. It gets rather annoying. Here is how to turn off the warning:

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