Getting the Most from Windows Update

Saturday, March 8th, 2008

Imagine having an assistant that helps you by keeping track of what software you have installed on your computer, letting you know when new versions are available, and alerting you to potential security problems. Sure, in a big company, people like this exist: they're called network administrators. Unless you're married ...

Windows XP Professional How-Tos

Saturday, March 8th, 2008

Topics on this Page: Desktop Management Internet Browsing and Web Services Networking Security Setup Hardware Mobility Desktop Management Plan/Deploy Activate Windows XP Add Components and Programs to a Computer in Windows XP Add or Remove a Windows Component in Windows XP Build a Logo Testing Environment for Software in Windows XP Create a Custom ...

NT/2K/XP – A Brief History

Saturday, March 8th, 2008

~Lockergnome What's the difference? Well, at the very core of them, not much. When you see talk of Windows 98/ME being more stable than Windows 2000 or XP, don't buy into it. Not because 98SE isn't one of Microsoft's better efforts, but because of the disaster of an OS architecture ...

VMM32.VXD

Friday, March 7th, 2008

An InfiniSource TechFile By Roy Lehrer Everything in this article applies to all versions of Windows 9X including the recently released Windows 98 Second Edition versions. Rumors: Before I go into the details of telling you how to rebuild a corrupt vmm32.vxd file, let me first say with very strong emphasis that ...