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Windows 7 is starting to show how impressive it can be, showing off its real colors in its performance; but what about disk performance?

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There is plenty of documentation available on the internet to do your own shell scripting , and more than a few scripts you can freely use or modify.

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Firewalls serve as the gatekeepers to the Internet for many networks in businesses and individuals alike. But how do they work?

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Let me start off with saying do you have Vista? If so, sorry! However, you’ll love Windows 7.

 

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If you need it for legacy software, adding Virtual XP to Windows 7 is a snap; using it on a long-term basis is another story.

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This guest tutorial was written by Gilberto J. Perera from LaptopLogic.com. Go there to read the latest Sony laptop reviews and check the best rated netbooks.

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How to Create and Boot Up Into a Gaming Profile Using Windows XP.

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Laptops are great portable devices – problem is that are also easy targets for thieves and all too easy to steal.

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WGA (Windows Genuine Advantage) is an anti-piracy system from Microsoft that is used for validation of a Windows OS when connecting to several Microsoft Services, such as Windows Update.

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Feel like you’re stuck in the mud? Maybe your just stuck in PIO… PIO mode is a legacy method of transferring information over the IDE interface; the ancestor of DMA. Hopefully, no one around here is using it because it works slower while making your CPU work harder. However, thanks to one of Microsoft Window’s […]

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