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Monthly Archive for March, 2008

 Ajax Whois is an easy to use website to aid in domain lookups and WhoIs information. You can specify a search of 7 of the most popular top level domains at one time. The site is based on Ajax programming which means all of  your queries are delivered in real-time as you type them out, this makes Domain […]

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Internet and network connectivity in Windows XP is notorious for being easily disabled and corrupted from minor tweaks to the registry and winsock settings. Removing software, scanning for and deleting spyware can cause these registry corruptions which prevent Windows XP from accessing the network. It seems that the frequencies of corruption have declined since the […]

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Windows Defender is a free program that helps you stay productive by protecting your computer against pop-ups, slow performance and security threats caused by spyware and other potentially unwanted software. Windows Defender no longer supports Windows 2000 as mainstream support ended in June 2005. The above passage is from the Microsoft website.  In a nutshell, Windows […]

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A codec is software that allows for the COmpression and DEcompression of media files. How many times have you wanted to play an audio or video file from the Internet only to find you’re missing the necessary codec to play it? Well, the Windows Essentials Codec Pack is a very good collection of codecs to […]

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Process Explorer is a free utility from Microsoft. It’s an add-on extension of the Task Manager that is included with the Windows Operating System. This utility gives more in-depth information regarding any processes running on a computer system. It enables the user to view which dll’s or exe’s are running and the amount of resources that […]

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