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Using Windows 9x Backup

Backing Up Windows 95/98 Whether you’re using Windows 95 (any version) or Windows 98 (any version), each came with the ability to backup your files. The capabilities offered with Windows 95 however, are vastly different from those in Windows 98. The issue is whether any of these backup programs will …

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Free Tools hidden in Windows 98

Free Tools hidden in Windows 98 Your Windows 98 CD has more than just Windows! You may want to preview some of the two dozen free tools hidden inside the \TOOLS\RESKIT directory. Location:  ..\Setup\ CDSETUP.EXE Sets up the Microsoft Management Console, the front end to the 1,700 page online Resource …

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Frontpage Tips and Tricks, Seeing the actual HTML code in FrontPage

Seeing the Actual HTML Code in FrontPage The reason most people use FrontPage is because they don’t want to sit in front of their computers and write HTML code by hand. Well, in FrontPage you can apply the “Now you see it, now you don’t” concept! Even if you’re not …

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FrontPage Knowledge Center

FrontPage Knowledge Center Tips and Tricks Scattered throughout the Internet you will find numerous tips and useful examples of what can be done with FrontPage in creating Web Pages, intranets, extranets and the like. Hopefully these tips and tricks, when coupled with some step-by-step examples, will help you do all …

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NTBackup Command and its Command Line Parameters

The NTbackup Command and its Command Line Parameters If you have arrived here through a search engine, and there’s no menu to the left click here! SUMMARY You can perform backup operations from the command prompt or from a batch file by using the ntbackup command followed by various parameters. …

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Windows 2000 – Applying a New Hotfix May Undo a Previously Applied Hotfix

Microsoft® Windows 2000 Knowledge Center Applying a New Hotfix May Undo a Previously Applied Hotfix If you have arrived here through a search engine, click here! Microsoft has learned (and users too) that in concatenating or chaining together service packs and hot fixes, you can undo some of the security …

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What is an ACPI Compliant BIOS?

What is an ACPI compliant BIOS? ACPI is an acronym that stands for Advanced Configuration and Power Interface, a power management specification developed by Intel, Microsoft, and Toshiba. ACPI support is built into Windows 98. ACPI is designed to allow the operating system to control the amount of power provided …

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Backup the Windows 2000 System State

Microsoft® Windows 2000 Knowledge Center Backing up the Windows 2000 System State If you have arrived here through a search engine, click here! Just Backing Up the Registry Isn’t Enough! Since the days of the release of the first Windows version, the veterans of high tech have warned that mucking …

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What is a URL?

What is a URL? URL stands for Uniform Resource Locator, and is used to specify addresses on the World Wide Web. A URL is the fundamental network identification for any resource connected to the Web (e.g., hypertext pages, graphical images, and sound files). URLs have the following format: protocol://hostname/other_information As …

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Using the Windows 2000 Emergency Repair Disk

Microsoft® Windows 2000 Knowledge Center Applying Service Packs In Windows 2000 If you have arrived here through a search engine, click here! Applying Service Packs in Windows 2000 Has Never Been Easier! As we’ve mentioned elsewhere on our Web site, Microsoft has indeed made applying Service Packs easier in its …

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