Reader Adam Porter found a nice
little software vendor I’d never heard of, but wish I’d found sooner:
The next issue of the LangaList
Standard Edition will be on February 26th. With one exception, instead of
publishing the newsletter next week, I’ll be ripping apart and overhauling my
office LAN setup, changing the way I network my systems. Part of it’s a simple
changeover and system shuffle, but part is decidedly experimental, so I don’t
want to promise to deliver issues I may not be able to produce.
Reader "Mikeprieur" sends
along this list of fractured definitions:
Last issue’s item ( http://www.freetune.com/listplus/newsletters/2001/2001-02-12plus.htm#12
)on deleting unneeded fonts and thus freeing resources and speeding boot times
brought in some great additional information:
Writing from the UK, Brian Gill
points out another nifty free tool for cleaning up the Add/Remove list in
Windows’ Control Panel:
A few issues ago, I wrote about
creating 100% self-contained backups— CDs that contain not only your backed up
data, but also everything you need to access and restore the backup.
Speaking of CDs, we recently also
discussed the prospects of using Windows’ "autorun" feature to make
your backups totally automatic and self-restoring.
Scott Moorey faced an issue that’s
increasingly common: How to share a single fast connection (cable, DSL, etc)
among several machines.
The emails and discussions generated
by the current "Monitor" column at WinMag.Com ("What’s The Best
Email Client?" at http://www.winmag.com/columns/explorer/2001/04.htm
)is turning up some excellent info.
With protective technologies like
firewalls and anti-virus software, you might think that having multiple
layers of defense would be better than having only one. For example, reader Paul
S. Treuhaft asked :