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It's Microsoft Patch Tuesday: September 2009

Justin James presents a rundown on the September 2009 batch of Microsoft patches. Read more

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Microsoft Patch Tuesday Roundup

Go fast on the Web with IE8 Accelerators

Accelerators can shave tons of time off your everyday browser tasks. Greg Shultz introduces this feature and explains how to get the most out of it. Read more

Learn why 250GB is not ever reported as 250GB

Upon close examination of your hard drive in Windows, you will notice that the number of gigabytes actually available is not as much as advertised. Read more

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TR Dojo Challenge: How can you say "no to all" replacements when copying files in Windows XP?

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Poll: What is the most useful keyboard shortcut command of all time?

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Take a screenshot of the Windows UAC prompt with a registry or group policy edit

With a Windows registry or group policy edit, you can disable the Secure Desktop and take screenshot of the Windows User Account Control (UAC) prompt. Read more

File Server Capacity Tool helps scale file server sizing

Rick Vanover reminds Windows administrators that Microsoft's new File Server Capacity Tool isn't a storage silver bullet. Read more

LogMeIn Pro 2 takes remote access to the next level

Being able to provide secure remote access to work PCs is a growing market. Scott Lowe describes the latest update from LogMeIn, LogMeIn Pro 2. Read more

10 ways to recover a corrupted Excel workbook

When an Excel file goes haywire, don't give up hope. Using one of these recovery tricks, you may still be able to salvage the data. Read more

Product Spotlight: iPhone 3GS for business users (revisited)

TechRepublic Editor in Chief Jason Hiner examines how well the Apple iPhone 3GS stacks up for business users. Read more

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