Jan 052010
 

As computer owners, there is always a nagging anxiety in the back of our minds that our computer may go down anytime. This fear is more common for users who are dependent on their PCs for making a living, as any computer downtime means loss of money, and at times, even business. These negative thoughts pursue us because most of us are not even aware why these computer errors occur.

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Oct 222009
 

Computer becomes slower and slower, when start computer, time for loading program becomes longer and longer. Didn’t find any virus via Antivirus and everything seems as normal as before, so what’s wrong with your computer? Then how to speed up your computer? Follow the step by step guide below, you may find the way to solve the tough program.
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May 022009
 

If you are a heavy user of the Command prompt (DOS window) in Windows then you would sure agree with me that it is not so very user friendly. But, there are bunch of Fn keys that you can use to make your life easy when working on the Command Prompt.

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Jan 132009
 

Kiwi application monitor is a small program which lets you monitor your applications/processes, Windows and User activity. It's freeware and without any spyware or adware. All you need to do is select an application or proccess from the build-in process viewer or enter an application's exe name. The program can be set to start with Windows and run in background with small system resources usage.
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Oct 062008
 

Finding the uptime in Windows Vista/XP or Windows Server 2008/2003 is not as straight forward as running the command “uptime” in Linux or Unix. However, it isn't difficult either.

There are two ways to find the system uptime in Windows Vista/Server 2008/XP/2003.

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