Mar 262008
 


ID-Blaster Plus is yet another great free tool for Windows from JavaCool Software that constantly changes frequently the various unique IDs on your system like GUID and various ID numbers destroying tracking tactics using these numbers. ID-Blaster runs from the system tray, using very little resources, and constantly protect you in the background.

In Windows, many applications have something called a “product ID number”, a “GUID” or a “Unique ID number”. This number may be the same throughout Internet Explorer, Windows Media Player – even the operating system itself.

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Mar 262008
 


It isn’t an untold stroy that there is every little chance that a Driver update for an installed device on your computer can make the system or the device unstable. Uninstalling the installed driver and then reinstalling the old functional driver can be trying. Well, a quickest solution would to be to restore the system to a previous known good working restore point.

But, let’s make it even more simpler. Windows XP & Windows 2003 have the option to Roll Back the newly installed driver back to the previous one. This is easy and time saving should you decide to Roll back the drivers.

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Mar 262008
 


Homepage is the one that open by default when you open your Firefox browser. This launches your preferred website right at the start without having to type in the URL.

Let’s take it one step forward and open multiple website at the start. So it is Multiple Homepage each on an individual tab on the Firefox browser. And, the procedure, is as simple as it is for a single Home page.

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Mar 262008
 


CRT, or Cathode Ray Tube monitors, though differing from televisions in several respects, share one important characteristic. Like TVs, the picture you see is constantly being redrawn on the screen. This refreshing action is the cause of the almost imperceptible flicker seen in the typical computer monitor image.

Now, the slower the monitor refreshes itself, the more perceptible this flicker is, and the more perceptible the flickering is, the more likely you are to suffer from eyestrain, headaches and general fatigue as a result of it. Windows XP defaults to a refresh rate of just 60Hz, meaning that the screen redraws itself 60 times a second. This is pretty much the lowest acceptable rate, and higher refresh settings can have a considerable positive effect on computer experience.

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Mar 262008
 


Problem

I’m setting up a VPN connection to work but I can’t enter the necessary DNS suffixes.When I click on the TCP/IP > Properties > Advanced > DNS, the middle part of the screen has the “Append primary and connection specific DNS suffixes” selected but grayed out. It also has the “Append parent suffixes of the primary DNS suffix: checked and grayed out.The other radio button “Append these dns suffixes (in order):” is not select and grayed out.

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