Ed Bott discussed on a ZDNet blog a case of a Microsoft blogger who, according to him, gave some wrong advice. The post is about a problem that might occur during the installation of the IE7 preview. The Microsoft blogger explained how to circumvent this problem by making some changes in the registry. A friend [...]
OpenedFilesView is a free and cool tool that allows you to manage opened files and directories on a Windows 2000/XP computer. It also seems to work with Windows 2003, although the readme file doesn’t say anything about it.
RunAsLimitedUser is a nifty RunAs tool that is so easy to use even for lazy admins. You probably know that Windows comes with a built-in RunAs feature. So-called security experts usually recommend that as a sysop you should only start applications with Administrator privileges when it’s necessary. The most secure way is to work with [...]
The Bulk Rename Utility is one of these must-have tools for Windows system administrators. Windows only offers some very basic ways to perform bulk operations on files and folders. With the free Bulk Rename Utility, you can do almost any kind of change on multiple files and folders with one step. It allows you to [...]
Almost all news sites are reporting it Internet Explorer 7 Beta 2 is now available for download. I just had quick look at it. The first thing I check with a new web browser is its zooming function. There are so many web sites out there that use tiny fonts. It is the best way [...]