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10 Ways To Make Windows ME Run Better

If you’re using Windows Millennium
Edition and aren’t completely happy with it, the article at http://www.winmag.com/windows/features/merunbetter/02.htm
just might show you what you need to unlock WinME’s potential.

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Juno Replies

The recent coverage of Juno’s plan
to take over the spare CPU cycles of its users’ PCs finally got a reply from
Juno itself in the form of a "Dear Juno Member" letter from Charles
Ardai, the President and CEO of Juno Online Services, Inc.

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 9,000 Ways To Back Up Your Registry

Uncle! I give up! 8-)

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Heads Up: New Site Opening Soon!

I’ve opened a third(!) web site to
run alongside the other two that support this newsletter: You probably already
know about Langa.Com, and if you’ve downloaded the free files there, you may
have noticed that the downloads were handled by a mirror site I maintain at
Freetune.Com. But even splitting the files across two sites wasn’t enough to
keep Langa.Com within its already-high bandwidth allocation (it’s already a
"platinum level" site, in Verio-speak, but still routinely blows
through the data-transfer limits there). So I’ve recently launched a brand-new
"LangaList.Com" to help share the load.

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“Joey” Got His $30 Gift Certificate. Want One?

A reader who calls himself
"Joeymacaroni" (!) just got his no-strings $30 Gift Certificate
for any item at Amazon.Com— books, software, hardware, kitchenware, toys, and
more. He got it by using the "Recommend" link at http://www.langa.com/recommend.htm 
.

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CacheMan 4 Arrives

We’ve talked about Cacheman many
times before ( http://search.atomz.com/search/?sp-q=cacheman&sp-a=0008002a-sp00000000
): It’s a free tool that helps you experiment with various settings for Windows’
disk cache: The idea is to help prevent excessive swapping of data from RAM to
disk and back again, and thus improve performance.

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New Month— New Winner!

Yesterday, I selected a random
winner from all those who used the "recommend" form at Langa.Com.
(Once I get a confirmation back from that person, I’ll tell you their name.)

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A CD That Holds 1,000 Gigabytes?

In "CD vs DVD For Backups"
(see http://www.langa.com/newsletters/2001/2001-02-26.htm#5),
we discussed the likely long shelf- and production life of today’s CD format,
making CD-R a reasonable choice for backups— especially if you include the
tool you need to restore the CD contents on the CD along with the backed-up
data!

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