User Tips

Last Updated on 9 Sept. 2009, Total: 135 Knowledge Base Tips

11 Boot 20 April 2004
1 Command Prompt 20 April 2004
19 Customization 1 Feb. 2007
11 IE and Explorer 23 April 2008
24 Miscellaneous 2 Feb. 2009
19 Network and Security 23 Jan. 2009
6 Outlook and Outlook Express 19 May 2009
5 Performance 9 Jan. 2008
18 TroubleShooting 20 Oct. 2005
21 Utilities 23 Sept. 2008
  1. Using the All Users profile

    Let all users on a machine access a shortcut by using the All Users profile... Read More

  2. Managing the automatic To-list

    How to remove clutter from the automatic To-list in Outlook... Read More

  3. Deleting Empty Folders in Outlook

    Tips for deleting undeleting empty folders in Outlook... Read More

  4. Turning on Autologon

    A simple way of enabling autologon and when you might want to use it... Read More

  5. System Restore and the Desktop

    How System Restore can cause users to lose files, and what to do about it... Read More

  6. Managing devices on XP desktops

    Managing devices on XP desktops requires admin-level credentials, but what if your users don't have such credentials and yet you want to let them manage their own devices?... Read More

  7. Administrator account with no password

    While conventional wisdom is that Administrator accounts should have long, complex passwords, this is not always so... Read More

  8. Avoid Mapped Drives

    Why mapped drives can be a bad idea on today's networks... Read More

  9. Backing up Outlook Express

    A simple way to back up your mail and news settings for Outlook Express... Read More

  10. ACPI / PCI Troubleshooting

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