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DataWipe

by August 13, 2003

DataWipe removes data from your hard disk beyond recovery, which can be useful if have confidential data …

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Sunwin PCTV

by August 13, 2003

This is an external TV tuner device that connects directly …

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SONY SDM-HS53 LCD 

by August 13, 2003

The striking thing about this 15” LCD is its stylish floating frame design. It has some good …

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Computer Markets Need to Mature

by August 11, 2003

Vendors can profit by selling more units to more users and not by selling upgrades to existing ones

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On The Move With WI-FI Technology

by August 11, 2003

Wireless technology has been around for long and can provide enough benefits to be considered for serious deployment

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WIFI Technology Standards

by August 11, 2003

Which Wi-Fi standard should you use? How can you handle security issues? Where is it headed?

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Intel Centrino

by August 11, 2003

Intel’s Centrino technology aims to make laptops Wi-Fi enabled, thinner and lighter with longer battery life 

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WEP SECURITY CRACKED

by August 11, 2003

Existing Wi-Fi security measures, such as WEP and RC4, can be cracked 

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Bluetooth vs wi-fi

by August 11, 2003

Wi-Fi is deployed on LANs while Bluetooth is suitable for Personal Area Networks

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Automate Windows Admin Tasks 

by August 9, 2003

By executing Windows scripts, administrators can automate many Windows admin tasks. What’s more, you can download pre-written scripts and modify them 

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Automate Backups on Network

by August 9, 2003

Use Rsync, a Linux program, to back up and sync data with Windows clients

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Set up an IM Server

by August 9, 2003

We use Ipswitch’s Instant Messaging Server, a lightweight and easy-to-use solution, that can be installed on any Windows network

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Set Preferential Policies for Apps

by August 9, 2003

WSRM, a tool in Windows Server 2003, sets aside system resources for applications, ensuring optimal performance

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Boot Many OSs with One Boot Loader 

by August 9, 2003

Installing and configuring XOSL, a free boot loader, for booting multiple OSs

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File Encryption in Windows

by August 9, 2003

Win 2000 and XP have an option to encrypt files and folders. How can you use it? 

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Flash MX in Forms

by August 9, 2003

Components in Flash MX can be used to build forms, such as HTML forms. This article is a quick tutorial on how to submit this form data to a server-side script

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Power Up Your PocketPC 

by August 9, 2003

On this month’s PCQEssential CD are some tools for the PocketPC that no power user should be without. Here’s a description of some of them

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Virtual Servers

by August 9, 2003

Combining the power of a number of connected computers to appear as one is easy. But, how do you split a single machine into a number of virtual computers.

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Geo-Location

by August 9, 2003

On the Internet, you could be in New Delhi or in New York and no one would notice. Right? Think again

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The Best Hard Disks

by August 9, 2003

Choosing a hard drive is not just above buying one with the highest capacity or RPM. It is more about knowing what you will use it for and the price that you will pay for it

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