• Sep 18
  • 2007

Clearing the visited websites history from Internet Explorer

Internet explorer by default stores and records all websites that you visit for a 30 day period. This websites history is easily available to all users and any user of your computer can easily see the complete list of websites that you have visited in the past does breaching your privacy.

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  • Sep 18
  • 2007

Internet Explorer : Removing address bar suggestions (auto complete)

Windows XP like other versions of windows has a feature called auto complete in internet explorer which is activated by default. Auto complete (auto suggestions) is very helpful because it tries to complete the web address you are typing in the address bar by providing suggestions automatically based on the words you type.

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  • Aug 10
  • 2007

Writing a killer website sales copy

A professional looking website is a very important part of making sales. However, without effective sales copy your website will be useless. Words make sales, not fancy websites. Read more »

  • Apr 3
  • 2007

Make Windows Vista look and feel like Windows XP

Some people crave Vista’s new interface; others feel like they’re looking at a rental car’s unfamiliar dashboard. Follow these steps to make Vista look almost like Windows XP: Read more »

  • Apr 2
  • 2007

View and Print E-Mail Without the “>” Symbol

Often the e-mail you receive is full of annoying “greater than” symbols (>), which can be a nuisance when you are trying to read or print your messages.
Here is an easy way to rid yourself of that pesky symbol: Read more »

  • Apr 2
  • 2007

System Restore to the rescue when windows won’t start

When your computer is going haywire, System Restore can be a virtual lifesaver. But what if your high-tech troubles are so severe that Windows can’t even start up? In that case, try using the Safe Mode with Command Prompt to access System Restore:

1. After turning on your computer, press the F8 key several times until the Windows Advanced Options Menu screen appears. Read more »

  • Feb 12
  • 2007

Kilo Bytes Per Second vs. Kilo Bits Per Second (KBps vs. kbps)

Well this post tries to clarify the confusion that many have regarding KBps and kbps (I was one too). If you read through this post it will make a lot of things clear. Read more »

  • Oct 30
  • 2006

10 Major Differences between Windows XP Home and Windows XP Professional

Two CPU recognition
Windows XP Professional is equipped to recognize and use the resources of two CPUs if available in the system. Windows XP Home can use the resources of only one CPU even if the computer has more than one CPU. Here CPU means Processor.
Remote Desktop
Windows XP Professional has a feature called Remote Desktop using which a computer running Windows XP Professional can be controlled from a remote location over the internet or the network. Remote desktop users can login to their Windows XP Professional systems over remote desktop and view the actual desktop itself and control and work in the system sitting in a remote location. Windows XP Home does not have this feature.
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  • Oct 16
  • 2006

Make Windows Boot Faster by Editing Boot.ini File

This mini tutorial teaches you on how to edit and tweak the Boot.ini in your windows XP machine to make your windows load much faster.

What is the Boot.ini file?
The lowly Boot.ini file is one of the very first files windows refers during the boot process. It has important information on where windows XP is located (in which hard drive and in which partition). Also if it’s a multi-boot system it provides information on the location of the other operating systems as well. Read more »

  • Oct 11
  • 2006

Fight Spam With Spam Bayes

Spam Bayes is an open source project at source forge looking at detecting spam based on statistical methods. Spam Bayes can be implemented in several foms to detect spam, the most famous of which is the form of an outlook plug-in which when installed, works along with outlook, filters and diverts spam into a separate spam folder before they enter your inbox. Read more »