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Magazine articles on Microsoft Windows and NT.
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PC World
March 2005
Lincoln Spector
Clean Up Your Hard Drive After Upgrading Windows Recover hard disk space by deleting unneeded uninstall folders; give pop-up help the boot; get one-click access to your configuration settings. mark for My Articles 479 similar articles
PC World
March 2005
Andrew Brandt
Devious New Phishing Attack Outsmarts Typical Defenses A vulnerability in Windows lets phishers hijack your browser--even when you type the URL yourself. mark for My Articles 101 similar articles
PC World
March 2005
Stuart J. Johnston
More Snags in Windows XP Service Pack 2 Flaws in XP SP2 could reduce the write speed of many common DVD drives, drain the battery for your Acer Travelmate 3200 notebook, provide bad firewall settings, and reduce firewire speed. mark for My Articles 219 similar articles
PC Magazine
February 2, 2005
Neil J. Rubenking
Help Windows XP Run Old DOS Programs How can I get PC Packratt to run in Windows XP? mark for My Articles 6 similar articles
February 3, 2005
Tim Gray
'Critical' Patches For Windows, Messenger on Deck Monthly patch and fixes for February include flaws or vulnerabilities in Windows Media and Messenger. mark for My Articles 426 similar articles
January 31, 2005
Sean Michael Kerner
Windows XP SP2 Said at Risk From Heap Overflow A report from Positive Technologies illustrates how to bypass Windows XP SP2 heap protection to create an attack vector for a buffer overflow attack. mark for My Articles 183 similar articles
February 7, 2005
Stephen H. Wildstrom
Fighting Spyware: Microsoft To The Rescue? Independent players that have made Windows more secure could suffer mark for My Articles 509 similar articles
January 26, 2005
Susan Kuchinskas
Microsoft Extends Anti-Piracy Program Redmond also will close the door to Windows Downloads for users of bogus software. Under the expanded program, users will have to show they have legitimate Windows licenses before receiving non-critical updates. mark for My Articles 45 similar articles
January 24, 2005
Michael Singer
Microsoft Won't Appeal CFI Unbundling Ruling A European edition of Windows without Media Player is coming in a few weeks. mark for My Articles 222 similar articles
PC World
February 2005
Scott Dunn
Freeware Fills In Where Windows Comes Up Short Backing up ain't hard to do... Folder shortcuts in a hurry... Taskbar tweakery... Start from scratch... Destroy duplicates... etc. mark for My Articles 253 similar articles
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