With the new Microsoft Windows Multipoint Server, better and improved features are designed to make business operations much more productive and cost effective. With support for thin clients and older workstations as well as better connectivity with other Microsoft Server products, the new Multipoint Server is sure to be a much more versatile tool to [...]
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October 28th, 2011 · No Comments
If you share your computer with other users or manage the computers in your home or office, there are times when you may want to restrict users from changing folder options, such as making Windows system files visible which are invisible by default or showing file extensions.
To do this, go to the Windows Start Menu [...]
October 17th, 2011 · No Comments
As systems and market demands continue to require better productivity and efficiency, it only follows that the software that businesses use also needs to upgrade sooner or later. Such is the case with Windows XP, which Microsoft will stop issuing support for in 2014.
Part of using any sort of software is the inevitable need to [...]
October 13th, 2011 · No Comments
In Windows 7, when you access the control panel window from the Start Menu, by default you open the window using the Category view, and what you see is a shortened list of possible actions you can do from the Control Panel screen.
You can change the view to Icons to get a longer list, but [...]
September 16th, 2011 · No Comments
Viruses and other malicious software contained in simple help files are not news to Internet security specialists. However, the fact that these pieces of malware are sent using email messages is part of a more recent scheme by cybercriminals to fool unsuspecting victims, infect computers with malicious applications, and take over users’ virtual lives, according [...]
September 2nd, 2011 · No Comments
From SECNAP Alerts:
A new Windows worm is working its way through company networks by taking advantage of weak passwords, security researchers said over the weekend. The worm, dubbed “Morto” by Microsoft and Helsinki-based F-Secure, has been circulating since at least last week, when company administrators noticed systems generating large numbers of unexplained connections to the [...]
August 18th, 2011 · No Comments
When Windows 7 was released, it introduced a new feature called Snap—which allows users to easily resize windows when they are dragged to the edges of the screen. Depending on where the window is dragged, it expands vertically, takes up the entire screen, or arranges itself side-by-side with another open window.
If you find this feature [...]
August 16th, 2011 · No Comments
On some computers with really large drives, the Recycle Bin’s default size setting (10% of your hard drive space) can be too much and may be an inefficient use of space. Over time, you may need to recover this extra space, and it’s easy to do so.
Just right-click on the Recycle Bin and move the [...]
July 29th, 2011 · No Comments
Instead of copying files to multiple locations in your hard drive to make sure you can find it easily, consider using shortcuts instead.
Shortcuts are simply links to the original file, folder, or programs from which it was created. You can distinguish a shortcut by the arrow in the lower-left corner of the icon. To create [...]
July 15th, 2011 · No Comments
Released: July 12, 2011
Source: US-CERT (U.S. Computer Emergency Response Team)
The Microsoft Security Bulletin Summary for July 2011 describes multiple vulnerabilities in Microsoft Windows and Office. A remote, unauthenticated attacker could execute arbitrary code, cause a denial of service, or gain unauthorized access to your files or system.
Microsoft has provided updates for these vulnerabilities in the [...]