Hello again, Fred! A recent article entitled
"X1 Search Utility Phones Home" from the 2006-10-16 edition prompted me to write
in about "EULAlyzer". I searched back-issues and couldn’t find a reference to
the program although I was sure that you did cover it a few months back.
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Fred, I recently upgraded a hard drive in my
laptop and did a clean install. Since I use Outlook Express, I wanted to
transfer all of my mailboxes, rules, filters, signatures, etc. Some can be done
from OE but rules, signatures etc. have to be done through the registry. Below
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either way the information may be useful to other LangaList subscribers who are
upgrading or want to copy their settings to another machine. —Bruce
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You’ve probably already written about
this issue but I sure would appreciate knowing what to do. I have several files
that are duplicated. In some cases I may have up to 10 copies of the same file.
I must have set up some kind of backup, but now I’ve created a monster. Is there
any program that can identify duplicated files so that I can scan my system and
get rid of them? Please advise. PS: You are one of the "Best" Web sources
around. Keep up the excellent work. —Lisa
Fred: I have depended on your clear and
accurate advice over the past few years, but I don’t think this issue has been
covered. My kids are severely becoming teenagers and I am looking for a little
help in taming the wily Web.
Fred, I use dual LCD monitors with my
Windows XP Pro system. I have a custom built system designed for speed and use
it for investment analysis.
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