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I have been working at computers since the 70's and had my own business for about 17 years. Cpedley.com will give you some good tips about computers and some FREE software! See notice at bottom.
Thursday, June 25, 2009
[TechRepublic] Can your hardware support Windows XP Mode?
Greg Shultz helps you cut through all the hype surrounding the hardware requirements for running Windows XP Mode in Windows 7 by describing the procedures he went through to determine if hardware would support Windows XP Mode. Read more
With the release of Windows Internet Explorer 7, Windows Vista, and Outlook 2007, Microsoft has also included a new feature, the Windows Common Feed List (CFL), as a viable option for managing your RSS Feeds. Wally Bahny shows you how it works. Read more
Instant messaging, texting, and tweeting are all the rage, yet e-mail still dominates the communication landscape--at home, but especially in business. Unfortunately, many people, even IT pros, still ignore the basics of email security. Bill Detwiler goes over five basic email safety tips that everyone should follow. Read more
If a crash makes your Windows XP system flaky or unbootable, you can use System Restore to return it to a previous working state. These pointers will show you how to effectively use this safety net. Read more
The disconnect between business goals and IT priorities consistently ranks among the top three issues facing CIOs. This episode of Sanity Savers for IT Executives discusses how to use an IT service catalog for communicating IT services to business decision makers and end users. Read more
Chad Perrin asks: How much do we have a right to know about government officials and candidates for government office? What effect does public scrutiny of these people have on government policy with regard to our privacy?
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