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– Eliminate and Prevent most PC crashes by optimizing resource usage.
– Auto recovery of Memory that Windows steals from your computer.
– Boost and optimize your Internet speed for faster surfing.
– Clean hundreds of unwanted garbage files from your hard disk.
– Protect your privacy by deleting up ‘cookies’ which are IDs left over from your Internet surfing.
– Make your CD-ROM run at a faster speed. Enhance your enjoyment of multimedia, VCD’s, DVD’s and game play.
– Add/remove Windows Start Menu Options. Customize your default ‘My Documents’ folder, remove ‘Favorites’, ‘Windows
– Update’ options and more customizations.
– Enable Fast Shutdown and auto close of non-responding applications.
– Real time memory usage monitoring graph.
– CPU Stability Test to make sure that your system is stable.
– Fully configurable for power users.
– Extensive documentation and instant context help.
Improve the performance of the following software on your PC:
Microsoft Front Page
Windows Media Player
No cons to list. The software can be very beneficial to the stability of your system by providing improved performance.
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Does anyone else find it hard to pick up work after vacationing? Having completed a weeks worth of vacation I am back to the grind….well….sort of.
I am using this day to read up on new stories and technologies for new content on the site. Please bare with me while I compose myself and get my head out of the vacation cloud. Of course this is not easily done…
As you can see from the last post we are now taking posted questions to better serve our users. As well I would like to add if there is a new technology or concern you would like for me to address please post a comment to this blog. I would be happy to research and address topics for our users.
After all….It is you the end user for which we create the content.
Microsoft has announced the new Windows Live Mail program which combines features from previous versions of Windows mail applications. After looking over Live Mail it’s abilities include pulling messages from Web mail and other accounts, its photo e-mail composition option, and other new features. Of course the new application still leaves room for improvement.
Once again as with many Microsoft products (even fully released versions) we are beta testers. The program does have many new updated features, but I would recommend waiting until they have had at least one major update for the program.
With a little tweaking it does run pretty well. The photo message option is a nice feature, but photo mail does not seem to be compatible with some other mail providers. When reviewing a test email the photo did not appear correctly.
Live Mail does seem to be much better than any version of Outlook Express. Until fully released I would recommend backups of email as you may end up as one of those users who experiences issues. Now what do they call those again?…………… Oh Yeah! Beta testers.
Microsoft’s Outlook and Outlook Express can experience many issues. The problem when addressing such issues is figuring out whether the problem relates to a program problem or user database problems.
There are many programs available that can address issues internal to Outlook and Outlook Express. Be aware that most programs that are designed to fix an issue internal to the program will not address issues related to user databases.
Determining which category your issue falls under is critical when deciding what software to buy for addressing the issue. Typically (But not Always) if you experience a program error which references a particular.exe file this would be an issue internal to the program itself.
If you experience a message which relates to the message store, email messages stuck in the outbox or address book not loading then your issue is most likeley related to a user database. You can verify this by creating a new duplicate account and testing the features.
Search the Internet for information related to your issue. This may give you a better idea of what the problem relates to. Once you have an idea of what may be causing your issue then research for a program that can address the issue.
A quick note to all. Any error internal to the program that can be addressed by a “fix it” utility can generally be addressed by the user researching information on Microsoft.com. This is not necessarily true for user, message or address database errors.