From the monthly archives:

September 2009

Free Tool – Suspend from the command line

September 22, 2009

I have a system task schedule that wakes up my system at night, runs a few backup processes…and then shuts the computer down. What I really wanted it to do was to suspend, or hibernate. That way I can get back into my computer quick when I come back in the morning. After searching around, […]

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Get Windows Update on a DVD

September 16, 2009

I was reading an article at PCMag about PatchMateXP. They have had all the patches for XP on one convenient CD. Unfortunately for PatchMateXP, this breaks a license with Microsoft and they shut themselves down before they got into legal trouble. This got me thinking – is there a way to get MS Updates on […]

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Windows XP vs Windows 7 – Who Won?

September 10, 2009

I installed Windows 7 on my ASUS Atom N270 Before I did that, I recorded how long it took to do a few things: -Copying a 45 MB file over the network -Boot Time -Shutdown Time -Memory used at idle, after startup -IE Launch time Then, after I installed Windows 7, I did the same, […]

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Network Administrator 3.0 Beta

September 2, 2009

Purchase Network Administrator 2.9 for only $99 per administrator (50% off since you are a reader of my blog), and when it is released you will receive 3.0 Free. Just follow this special link We have been hard at work building a new version of Network Administrator, and have been taking many suggestions from you. […]

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Install Windows 7 from a USB Memory Stick

September 1, 2009

About a year ago I purchased a nice little machine from ASUS. It is an Atom N270: When I opened the box, the machine was preloaded with Windows XP. It performs well with XP, and has 1 GB ram, and a 160 GB hard drive. A big mistake I made was installing Vista on it […]

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