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Today marks the end of life (all forms of support) for Windows 2000 and Windows XP Service Pack 2.
Today I am reviewing a tiny, free, handy piece of software for end-users: Rubber Ducky System Monitor by MimarSinan International. The program is a tiny application which gives even a novice user a simple, easy to read display which tells them how busy their system is and identify potential problems.
Note: While some of the content in this post is dated and no longer applicable, the principles and techniques remain valid as of late 2014. If you’ve read my previous post on why administrative rights over your computer are a bad thing and you are motivated to do something about it, you might ask “just […]
One of the absolutely most effective ways to shield yourself from viruses and spyware is to not log on to your computer as an administrator. As soon as I say this, I usually encounter some resistance, because users think that giving up admin rights equates to giving up power. In a way, you are, but […]
In this blog post today (and one yesterday), Microsoft announced that they will be disabling AutoRun.