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How to delete system buisy files Windows 2000/Xp/Vista
It probably happen to you dat you are trying to delete certain file and receive  "the action can't be completed because the file is open in another program" annoying message. It happens most with .avi or other video files So to takeover this tiny problem you can use " Unlocker" utility that is free to use and solves most "locked" files problems. Unlocker is the solution to the following types of Windows error messages Cannot delete folder: It is being used by another person or program Cannot Read more
Mstsc /console switch is replaced in “Windows Xp+sp 3 – Vista+sp1 and Windows 2008 ” by mstsc /admin
Starting from Windows XP Service Pack 3, Windows Vista Service Pack 1 and Windows Server 2008 the "mstsc /console" switch was been replaced by "mstsc /admin" In both Vista SP1 and Windows Server 2008, the Remote Desktop Program has been updated to version 6.1 (6.0.6001) Since there is no longer the ability to connect to Session 0, the /console switch is no longer required. But, what if I want to connect to Session 0 on a Windows Server 2003/XP or previously machine making the most of RDP 6.1? Let's Read more
Windows Vista/Xp Uninstall Internet Explorer 8
Tired working with  Internet Explorer 8 beta? IE8 Beta 1  occasionally crashes or doesn't  respond well  when browsing websites, and users suffer to close the browser with apply to send the error study to Microsoft. The bugs or crashes happen more frequently especially if you are using any third part application as Yahoo or Google toolbar. IE8 can be uninstall by via Add or Remove Programs in Windows XP In  Windows Vista, Windows Internet Explorer 8 is been categorizing as an ‘update’.  Read more
Microsoft OS Interview Questions
• What is the difference between a workgroup and a domain? • What are the major advantages of working in a domain model? • What types of operating system installation methods do you know? • What is an answer file? • How would you create an answer file for Windows XP? How would you create one for Windows Vista? • How do you perform an unattended installation on Windows XP? • What is Sysprep? • How do you use Sysprep? • What is the major difference between Newsid and Sysprep? • What Read more
Outlook Connection States
Outlook Connection States Outlook 2003 regularly transitions between a number of different connection including connected, disconnected and offline. This document will endeavor to document these conditions, explain how these conditions are entered and how they can be exited, and explain how to determine which of the connection states Outlook is in at any given time. The Connected State You can send and receive email in the connected state. When Outlook 2003 is running on a Windows XP machine Read more