A vast majority of the NHS is running on the obsolete Windows XP OS. If hacked, don't say we didn't warn you.
In this article, I will continue the discussion where I left off in Part 1 by exploring the remaining Windows Update related registry keys.
In this article, I will show you some registry keys that are associated with Windows Update. As I do, I will show you the various settings that you can assign […]
Everyone knows that one of the most important principles of network security is least privilege: grant ordinary users only those rights and permissions they need to get their work done […]
A little known tweak that can help you gain some performance on your XP Professional (and Windows Server 2003) related systems is to periodically empty the prefetch folder. The prefetch […]
The hierarchical nature of group policies can make troubleshooting group policy related issues very cumbersome, especially on unfamiliar networks. One way to greatly simplify the troubleshooting process is to use […]
One of the most common, but most overlooked problems with the Windows operating system are shut down problems. People tend to place a low priority of fixing Windows shutdown problems, […]
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