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    [FYI] What is a BSOD ( Blue Screen Of Death )

    Everybody hates the BSOD, you might hear talk about it but know nothing about it, well the Wikipedia has a very detailed article on it. Here: Blue Screen of Death - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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    [Tip:] Windows 7 Program startup registry locations

    Here are the Windows 7 programs startup registry locations: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run and HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run and...
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    [Tip:] How To Set Windows 7 Host File Back To Default

    Sometimes this file get a little messy, here is how to get it back to default: How do I reset the hosts file back to the default?
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    [Tip:] How to delete Media Player Cache on Windows 7

    The Media Player Cache database files are stored in C:\Users\<login name>\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Media Player\Art Cache Go to that location make sure you have hidden files viewable and delete all files you see in the "Art Cache" directory. Enjoy!
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    [Tip:] How to Enable Thumbnail Previews for Photoshop PSD files on Windows 7

    Put in the following lines in a text file rename it to .reg and double click the file afterwords:
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    [Tip:] How to have the same view for all folders in Windows 7

    Open up any folder on any drive and set it the way you you want all the folders to be viewed. Then hit the "Alt" button, then click "Tools", then click "Folder Options", then click "Apply to Folders". This should work very much the same on Windows XP. That's that's pretty simple hope this...
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    [Tip:] How to add programs to the startup folder in Windows 7

    Here's an easy tip that many people probably don't know, how Do you add programs to the startup of folder. there are two ways you can do this: 1) Right click drag and drop of the program into the start menu startup folder and select 'create shortcut here' option. 2) Goto this path ...
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    [Tip:] Is there faster way to copy files in windows 7?

    I was looking for a faster way the can move files to another hard drive. Windows seems to take forever to move files over and once the files are done copying it sits there with the bar in the end waiting for something. See my hours when I was transferring but 150 gigs to another drive. I search...
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    Canadian home prices cooling off

    Mortgage rates are at historic lows and some economists worry about a bursting housing bubble, but most real estate experts are predicting a steady-as-she-goes year for Canada's often frantic spring housing market. More...
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    Expert: Microsoft Has Itself to Blame in Browser-Privacy Flap

    Microsoft is pointing fingers at Google and Facebook for circumventing the privacy mechanism baked into Internet Explorer, but the real problem lies in its own failure to implement the P3P privacy standard well, an expert says. What are your thoughts? Click here to view the original post.
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    U.K. retailer sued over Windows 'counterfeits'

    Microsoft is suing U.K. electronics retailer Comet for allegedly creating and selling more than 94,000 counterfeit Windows recovery CDs. What are your thoughts? Click here to view the original post.
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    New year starts with hopeful outlook on hiring (AP)

    AP - The job market is looking a little brighter at the start of the new year. More...
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    Active Directory

    Active Directory Let's analyze a basic part of Active Directory: domains. A domain is a logical collection and a security boundary at the same time. For example, every domain has a name like "". What are your thoughts? Click here to view the original post.
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    Mozilla and Microsoft release custom Firefox with Bing

    Microsoft and Mozilla have announced a special release of Firefox that integrates with the Bing search engine. The build, which is called Firefox with Bing, is available for users to download from a Microsoft-hosted website. Some interesting read I came across to share. Any comments?
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    Zero-day bugs overrated, Microsoft says

    Microsoft advises that users don't panic when news breaks about the latest zero-day vulnerability, a flaw that hackers exploit before a software developer manages to patch the problem. More...
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    Fearing damage, Microsoft moved data after Japan earthquake

    Microsoft undertook a sizable data migration project following Japan's earthquake in March, fearing that one of its data centers could become dysfunctional because of aftershocks. More...
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    Security roundup: Steve Jobs, Apple and IT security; DDoS attacks against VoIP; a hot week for SIEM

    This week the respectful thoughts of many turned to Steve Jobs, the legendary co-founder of Apple, who passed away at the age of 56. When it comes to security, Apple computers were remarkable for the kinds of troubles they largely didn't have in comparison to Microsoft-based computers with their...
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    Microsoft slates IE bug fix for next week

    Microsoft today said it will ship eight security updates next week to patch 23 vulnerabilities in Windows, Internet Explorer (IE) and several other products in its portfolio. More...
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    Google updates Chrome to restore browser after Microsoft blunder

    Google updated Chrome over the weekend to help users affected by Microsoft's errant flagging of the browser as malware. More...
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    Microsoft kills Google Chrome with bad malware signature

    Microsoft scrambled earlier today to revise an antivirus definition file that deleted Google's Chrome browser from users' PCs. More...