Hi Fred, It’s hard to believe I’m in my 7th
year as a "Langalist Plus" subscriber. "Cool beans!" as my friends are
often fond of saying.
Fred, Well: I was surprised. ;-)
Admittedly this UPS is larger than usual for a home PC – when I bought it I
regularly had 3 PCs running, and the UPS can look after all three.
Hi Fred, I’m one of those people that isn’t interested in gaming,
but I do enjoy video editing. I use a P4 3.2 CPU with 2.5 Gb of RAM on a
Windows XP Pro system. I’d like to buy a new video card and am wondering how to
choose one for video editing when all the reviews seem to only discuss gaming.
Thanks for any pointers you can offer. —Tom
Dear Fred, Thanks for a most helpful newsletter. I’ve learned much from you. Recently
while trying to back up my hard drive with nero 7 ultimate suite I got an error
message saying that it could not lock C: and if I chose to continue it might
not back up all data. What’s this locking C: and how can I get the drive locked
for a complete back up. I’m running win xp pro service pack II.
Re the Plus! Edition Extra: Hard Drive Physical Security item in your plus
edition 5 Feb, I also use external hard drives. In considering their security
(in terms of Confidentiality, Integrity and Assurance), this is my list of aims
that I use for planning how to manage external hard drive deployment:
Hello Fred; Your newsletter is always very informative and the items
in the recent issue about OEM Windows are no exception. However, don’t you think
you are leaning awfully far backwards when you say, "Surprisingly, Microsoft
isn’t the bad guy in any of this"?
Fred, Second year subscriber. # years ago
before I decided your newsletter was worth buying. My question is when I was
not paying # years ago, you posted a plus "Better Then Net Detective". I
can’t find that in the archives. On finding things, Web Ferret is probably
the best meta search engine even though it has not been updated in a while.
Hi Fred: Thanks for the ‘informative, educational, bargain priced,
written in terms I can understand,’ newsletter. I have been a plus subscriber
for several years.
Fred: Love the LangaList… keep ‘er coming!
The major brain-fade I told you about earlier this week—
one that caused me to lose several files— is generating a lot of emails of the
"gentle ribbing" variety. <g> But hey— all this backing up and synching is
precisely because I’ve learned that *^&^%$ happens; and human error is
inevitable. It’s been literally many years since I lost data the last time,
and should be years before it happens again. But sooner or later, it happens to