Common for all OSes

Last Updated on 13 Oct. 2016, Total: 93 Articles and Tutorials

Here are some tips and tweaks that are available for all Windows Operating Systems from Windows ’95 to Windows 2000.

  1. OSI Reference Model: Layer 2 Hardware

    A discussion of the second layer of the OSI reference model from a hardware perspective... Read More

  2. OSI Reference Model: Layer 1 hardware

    A description of layer 1 of the OSI reference model and the hardware which relates to that layer... Read More

  3. Graphic Cards

    An overview of graphic cards, why they are important in some businesses, and some common features... Read More

  4. Batteries

    Explanation of common battery technologies seen in the computer industry... Read More

  5. Computer Cooling Technologies

    An overview of some different computer cooling technologies and an introduction to some of the issues involved when attempting to limit your network's energy usage... Read More

  6. Multi-Core CPUs

    Topics related to the adoption of multi-core CPUs... Read More

  7. Memory and Storage - Part 3: Bus Specifications

    Understanding how memory is connected to the CPU and how it can be manipulated... Read More

  8. Memory and Storage - Part 2: New Memory Technologies

    Data storage up-and-coming technologies... Read More

  9. Memory and Storage - Part 1

    Common forms of data storage, up-and-coming technologies and common memory addressing protocols... Read More

  10. Using Logon Scripts in Pure and Mixed Active Directory Environments

    This article looks at the differences in implementing logon scripts in pure and mixed Active Directory environments, including how to use Group Policy to assign scripts and how to run Windows Script Host (WSH) scripts from batch files... Read More

  11. TweakUI for Win95/98/ME/NT/2000

  12. Popup Messages

  13. Hidden Shared Resources

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