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Feb 18, 2011

Speed Up Windows XP - Enable DMA

Speed Up Windows XP - Enable DMA on all Drives

                                   Windows XP has a hard drive feature call Direct Memory Access, or DMA. This allows data from your drives to transfer directly from the device into memory without passing first through the CPU, thereby reducing the workload on your processor. To speed up your computer, you can make sure DMA is enabled for all of your drives (including CD/DVD drives).

Import/Export Internet Explorer Pop-up Blocker Settings


        Pop-up windows, or pop-ups, are windows that appear automatically without your permission. They vary in size but usually don't cover the whole screen. Some pop-ups open on top of the current Internet Explorer window, while others appear underneath Internet Explorer (pop-unders).

Feb 17, 2011

How to Install a Sound Card on a Computer

            These instructions will work for the majority of Intel & AMD PCs running Windows XP/Vista and Windows 7. If your computer currently has a sound chip (called "on board sound") or if your sound card requires a change in jumpers or IRQs, installation will be much more complicated and you might want to consult a professional.

How to do conditional Formatting In Outlook 2010

Color coding your email is a receiver side option. You can do this via the Organize or Automatic Formatting feature in Outlook 2007 and previous or via the Conditional Formatting feature in Outlook 2010.

Windows XP- System File Checker

How To Use System File Checker Tool In Windows XP

Windows XP has the ability to protect itself from system instability caused by 3rd party software overwriting important system files.

Feb 16, 2011

Misleading Applications

Have you ever seen a strange security message pop up like an advertisement while you're surfing the web? Have you seen an unexpected balloon message appear from an unknown program on your system, telling you that you’re infected with a new threat? These are common tactics used by a type of program called "misleading applications" and other people refer to as “Rogue Software” or “Rogue Anti-Virus”. These programs typically sneak onto their victims’ systems while they surf the web, masquerade as a normal Microsoft Windows alert, or otherwise trick people into downloading them onto their computer. Once installed, misleading applications exaggerate or make false claims about the security status or performance of your system, then promise to solve these bogus problems if you pay them.

Windows 7-Enable or Disable Built-in Administrator

How to Enable or Disable the 

Windows 7 Built-in Administrator 


Standard user (Users) - The standard account 
can help protect your computer by preventing 
users from making changes that affect everyone
 who uses the computer, such as deleting files 
that are required for the computer to work. 
We recommend creating a standard account for
 each user. When you are logged on to Windows 
with a standard account, you can do almost 
anything that you can do with an administrator 
account, but if you want to do something that affects other users of the computer, such as installing 
software or changing security settings, Windows might ask you with a UAC prompt to provide a 
password for an administrator account.

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