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Windows Millennium Edition Bugs

If you have arrived here through a search engine, and there’s no menu to the left click here! A listing of some “issues” that have been noted in the new Windows Millennium edition Some of the bugs and buglets described below were noted during a clean install of Windows Me …

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Mapping a Drive or Printer in Windows 2000

Mapping a Drive or Printer in Windows 2000 This problem resolution is directed towards those using small networks, such as those found at home or in small office environments, where a peer-to-peer relationship exists rather than the presence of a network server. More importantly, those environments where a mix of …

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Knowledge Center – Microsoft Windows 2000

Microsoft® Windows 2000 Knowledge Center Tips, Tricks and Tweaks If you have arrived here through a search engine, and there’s no menu to the left, click here! Welcome to our Tips, Tricks and Tweaks for Windows 2000. Hopefully you will find something useful, and if not useful, maybe interesting! Notice: …

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What is the Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP)?

What is POP mail? There are a few ways to deal with email, but the two most popular are IMAP and POP (or POP 3) There are advantages and disadvantages to both. Most large groups on LANS and WANS recommend that you use IMAP to access your e-mail because of …

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Free Tools from the Windows 2000 Resource Kit

Microsoft® Windows 2000 Knowledge Center Using the Tools At Hand Free Tools from the Windows 2000 Resource Kit If you have arrived here through a search engine, click here! There are over 200 tools included on the Windows 2000 Professional Resource Kit companion CD. You can use these tools to manage …

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Defragging Windows 2000 – With Illustrations

Microsoft® Windows 2000 Knowledge Center Defragging Windows 2000 With Illustrations If you have arrived here through a search engine, click here! One of your customers calls complaining that his system is slowing down more and more each and every day. He makes sure to tell you that he is using …

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What is PPP? (Point-to-Point Protocol)

What is PPP? (Point-to-Point Protocol) PPP stands for point-to-point protocol, which is a technology for connecting to networks over standard serial (telephone) lines. In its most common implementation, users connect their personal computers to the Internet with PPP over a high-speed modem. It is similar to SLIP, but is more …

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What is IMAP?

What is IMAP? (Internet Message Access Protocol) IMAP, (Internet Message Access Protocol, formerly known as the Interactive Mail Access Protocol), is a protocol for e-mail clients to retrieve e-mail messages from, and work with the mailboxes on, a mail server. IMAP is the protocol that IMAP clients can use to …

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Ten Tune-Up Tips for Windows 98 Performance

Ten Tune-up Tips For Windows 98 Performance If you do any Internet surfing at all, you’ll undoubtedly find quite a few people disappointed with the performance of Windows 98. If the truth be told though, very few of those doing the complaining have spent even a few moments to learn …

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Microsoft Backup, Backing Up Windows 98 Step By Step

Backing Up Windows 98 Step By Step Getting acquainted with Microsoft Backup [Top] Windows 98 includes a fully featured backup utility licensed from Seagate Software at no extra cost. If you have been using a computer for any length of time, you are already aware of how devastating a system …

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