Microsoft has stepped back from the brink before, but I’m guessing that
Win98′s support really will run out this Spring; or at most, this Summer if the
delay in Vista causes MS to grant Win98 one more reprieve. In any case, Win98′s
days are numbered.
Fred, I enjoy your columns, keep up the good
work. I have a question to ask, maybe you can figure this out. Lately I’ve
been getting junk mail where the majority of the email is just a bunch of
text that makes no sense at all, like it was copied out of a book. Is this
some way of deceiving certain anti spam programs? —Ralph Mansfield
Hi Fred, I have been with you for a long time
now, since the beginning of your newsletter I believe…. I’ve developed an
application that I think you’ll like, and I send you the link as a form of
payback for all those great issues:
I bought the JV16 Power Tools sight unseen, and want to tell you this
I’m hoping you can help me resolve an irritation that I’m sure
We covered several options on circumventing censorship in past issues (
http://snipurl.com/obh6 ). Here’s a bit
Think of it as maybe a quarter-million MP3s. Or 1,400 completely filled CDRs. Or
900,000 jpg photos at 3-megapixel resolution. Or a couple hundred full-length
Good Morning Fred:
I purchased my computer about a half year ago, the motherboard is listed as a
i945g-M7, which was standard for this Powerspec 9130 model. Problem is, it seems
to me that MBM does not support it, or I simply do not understand which
"similar" motherboard to select. Is there one that would provide the same
settings, or can you suggest a good alternative, preferably free, to MBM.
I’m fairly new to the Plus edition and have for several years been a
Standard and decided to "bite the bullet" and go Plus because I believe
in what you are doing, both, here with computer knowledge and what you
are doing overseas with adopting. Thank you.
When I travel I use internet cafes to check e-mail, pay bills et cetera. As a
security measure I usually reboot into Kanotix to conduct my business. I
believe this to be the best way to be secure when using public access machines. Your thoughts?Is there anything else I could or should do?