Tuesday, June 16, 2009

[TechRepublic] Make your Windows XP machine wake up when you do

June 16, 2009

Make your Windows XP machine wake up when you do

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If you use Windows XP's Hibernation feature to put your system to sleep at the end of the day, you can schedule your system to "wake up" in the morning. Bill Detwiler shows you how to customize your Windows XP machine to wake up when you do.

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