Hi Fred, I have enjoyed and benefited from plus subscription right from its inception and
the free subscription before that. I am a subject matter
expert in database design and development in Toronto, Canada and I always wanted
to give back to langalist community in someway.
Hi Fred, I really look forward to
every issue, and finally – *finally* – became a Plus! subscriber. ‘Bout
Our coverage of the "NetStat" tool that’s in all versions of Windows is still
bringing email (see #12 in
http://langalist.com/Plus/newsletters/2004/2004-12-16plus.asp and #11 in
http://langalist.com/Plus/newsletters/2004/2004-12-20plus.asp ). For now,
let’s let this be the last word on the subject, lest we beat it to death:
First, please let me wish you and yours Happy Holidays and a great New Year!
Dear Fred; Thank you for your fine newsletter and all the great information
you provide. I will definitely renew my Plus subscription.
[In reference to
] I recommend that Judy (and your other readers) try Hotkeycontrol XP at
http://www.digital-miner.com/hkcontrol.html . This free program allows you
to set hotkeys for a number of useful functions, including opening/closing CD
drives (I currently have mine configured to use Win+1 for the first CD drive and
Win+2 for the second).
Hello Fred, In
Gordon Totty asked about eliminating the boot time options in Win2K [and XP]. Your
suggestion of editing boot.ini was great, but there is an easier way:
I’ve held the line for four looooong years <g>, but the time has finally
come: Next month, I’m going to have to bump up the price of a LangaList Plus! subscription
by a modest amount, to cover my rising costs.
Hi Fred. Again, excellent service you provide. Your article on
"Old DOS Tools OK In XP? (
) caught my eye.
Hi, Fred – thanks for a great newsletter! I am even more
confused about RAM since the latest issue. If Windows is designed to work best
with most of its ram in use, then why does my machine get unstable when my
"System Resources" gets below 50%? Or am I confusing ram with system resources?
If so, then what ARE system resources? I run Win98 SE with 512 mb ram and
generally don’t have instability on my system unless I have programs running for
a long time that I know are memory hogs (like Paint Shop Pro 8 or 9).