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Archives For November 2008


Date Posted: November 30, 2008

Q. I have a couple of problems with Internet Explorer that may be related. Lately, it has started to open very slowly, and often closes soon after it opens. What could be causing this?

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Date Posted: November 23, 2008

Q. Windows use to remember how I had my folders set to open, but now they all open different than the way I had them set when they were closed. How can I make all folders remember their settings?

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Date Posted: November 16, 2008

As indicated in last week's column, here are a few of the things that are included in Vista that have not been available in earlier versions.

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Date Posted: November 9, 2008

Q. Sometimes I need to copy or move a group of files from one folder to another. They may or may not be in sequence. How can I do this without copying them one at a time?

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Date Posted: November 2, 2008

Q. To see what is starting with Windows, I have been using "msconfig" but it is so difficult to understand all those "cryptic" descriptions. Is there a better way that the average person can understand?

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