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Computers have an excellent tips and help page here. There are also
links to their recommended tools and registry tweaks. A good site.
The Active Network was born on August 25, 1997 for the first time as a small hobby to
provide the best information about Microsoft’s newly released Internet Explorer 3.
Our gem (this site) is the result of the conversion of the original website into roughly
what you see today.
With the goal of providing the latest
Microsoft company news, information, downloads, reviews, drivers, tips, support,
software/hardware news, FAQs and much more this site was able to attract loyal
viewers which ensure the prosperity and growth of this network.
serves up the best multi-OS, PC hardware, and tech coverage possible while remembering what
we're all about: having fun, being productive, and being as informative and as accurate as possible. We're
confident that we can provide you with the tools and info you need to have a truly great PC experience
without sending you off to spend 2 weeks to try and get your modem to work.
216 windows help pages. This site is huge... over 100 pages [with
1000+ ©tricks] and counting.
So you need to take a break from whatever
you were doing, brew a fresh coffee pot, fill up your XL mug [but don't
spill it on your keyboard ;)], kick back, relax, and only after that, dig
in, 1 tip at a time.
All these steps must be performed in this exact
order for maximum comfort. :-)
Boot disk. If you have ever
needed that boot disk that you should have made on installation then
despair no more! Boot disk is the site where you can download the files
necessary. A great site that is worth its weight in gold.
Bob Cerellis Windows Support Page.
The main goal of this site is to provide clear, accurate and
easy to understand information regarding Windows95/98/ME/2000/XP. It is the longest running, advertising free,
Windows site on the Internet. You will find no banner ads, other logos, or
pop-up windows while you explore this site.
Build a silent PC
Ever wondered how? Here's how!
is a center of
Internet security expertise, at the
Software Engineering Institute, a federally funded research and
development center operated by Carnegie
Mellon University. We study Internet security vulnerabilities,
handle computer security incidents, publish security alerts, research
long-term changes in networked systems, and develop information and
training to help you improve security at your
is a great help site. It covers new users, connections, memory
compatibility, tips and problem solving. Well worth a visit for
Spam and how to stop it. Just one of many helpful areas of this superb
site. Getting rid of junk mail and spyware are areas also covered
here. VISIT its a must!
here are the keyboard commands to do these simple commands.
Security Data Recovery is a vital part of computing. Here are the
tools and information for data and password recovery plus data security. A
very good site that covers its subject well.
memory. This excellent memory site also has a memory tester
button that will scxan your computer and tell the correct memory you
have and what to upgrade. Excellent!!
Virtual Private Networks are a new and exiting area of computing that
is rapidly expanding. Information and help can be found here.
Digital resource forum
We are a growing tech news and
community site. If you would like to register with us, with membership, you will have more privileges while here at The
Digital Resource such as posting in our forums, webmail, downloads, reviews,
private messaging, and much more! Please, we hope you enjoy your stay!
is the source of all those missing DLL files. Everyone has at some time
received a pop-up message: "Couldn't find ****.dll" Well folks, your
problems are over!
Here you will find the most common files that are
missing from your computer.
World Sometimes it is necessary to get one of Windows system
files. What's a pity, when you can't run interesting program or favourite
game because of "missing DLL file" error! We try to solve such problems
With simple to use navigational tools and a sophisticated in-house developed site search and cohesive relevancy
engine, finding information to meet your requirements in this vast repository website is only a click away.
File extensions This site gives
all possible file extensions and the program needed to open it. How
useful is that? This site is an expansion of the
file extension page that used to reside on the
Computer Knowledge site.
The Outlook and Exchange centre
from Slipstick Systems currently operates internationally from its home base in
Arlington, VA, just outside Washington, DC. Their major activity is researching
and solving problems with Microsoft Outlook and Microsoft Exchange Server.
Everyone has been to PC Hell at one time or another. It's that place
you visit when your personal computer is driving you insane with
problems, glitches, and so on. To try to soothe the frustration, we'll
provide some tips, hints, and troubleshooting remedies to help you get
out of PC Hell.
Finally, after months of waiting PCReview is back on its feet! A great
site with reviews forums and many other interesting areas to visit.
PC Mechanic offers all
help with motherboards memory etc. It is a very useful and comprehensive
PC TechGuide is a very
successful site offering a basic course in PC understanding. It sets out
all areas in a clear and descriptive way covering mice, keyboards,
speakers as well as motherboards, graphics and monitors. A very good and
PC Pitstop can
help you get your PC in top form -- running fast, stable and secure.
PC Pitstop runs diagnostics on your PC to identify things that might
help improve performance.
The process is fully automated, private and safe. After the
diagnostics run, they'll give you tips for improving all kinds of
things. Best of all, the service is free!
Their diagnostic tests are
safe, passive evaluations of your system. The test will not change
any settings on your PC. As for
privacy,they've adopted a stringent policy that protects any
personal information you give them.
is the biggest and most comprehensive site dealing with that infamous
windows registry. Tips, guide and help for all windows versions.
Red Hat this is the alternative to Microsoft "Linux. This is the official site with downloads and links.
gives extensive information
on over clocking, Benchmarking and motherboards. A good technical site.
Scanning Tips: The purpose
is to offer some scanning tips and hints, help with fundamentals and
other basic scanning information to help you get the most from your
scanner. How it works, for those that want to know.
Help to go provides
tutorials, e-mail support and chargeable one-to-one help. There are tips
on things like Napster and Digital Photography. An interesting site.
The Help Pages is a text based series of pages on computing
subjects explaining everything from the internet to motherboards.
There is also a good download area as well.
Help-site.com Welcome to
help-site, your free computer help and support resource centre.You will
find many new resources have been added and many pages and links
is a superb reference site with setup help,
FAQ's and general technical support.
One weekend I decided to write a notification service that would alert
me when Microsoft published new KB Articles. I mentioned it in passing
to a couple of friends, and they thought it would be a great idea to
build a website around this service, so kbAlertz.com was born!
.org is committed to being the most comprehensive
information/editorial site about motherboards on the Web. We are
confident that you will not find another site that covers the subject
in more detail. We also recognize that there is much more data that we
can provide, and this is exactly what we spend our time doing.
Gathering and publishing information for all to share and finding ways
to present that data in an easy to find and use format. See also the
New Order gives
plenty of advice about Avoid the hackers an excellent site for
computer networking enthusiasts.
WHEN you're feeling your way around a PC and the Internet it will
either be slow and painful - or a pleasure. Our aim is to steer you
onto the fun route with informative, yet easy to understand, articles
and tips. Nervous newbies will relate to this 'support group' because
no matter how frustrated or confused you feel, you are not alone!
New York Technofile
Articles, reviews, essays and advice on computers, software and consumer
technology By Al
This is one for the technical support boys. Some of the funniest
tech support calls are logged here. A good fun site.
Tech support comedy
Resources to help you troubleshoot personal computer problems, whether
you're a beginner or an expert. Tips, techniques and reference for
diagnosing and resolving conflicts and other problems with hardware,
Windows, Microsoft software and more.
Asylum gives excellent product reviews and tips. A good site
Tech Support Alert: Learn how perform common tech support
tasks yourself with these practical how-to guides. Get everything you
need to know about support in a single source.
is a different type of hardware site. Like most other hardware sites,
we review products, post news, and write articles about the industry.
However, we also post new articles almost daily (when we're not too busy)
on making PCs run better, which accounts for the massive growth (over 600%
since January 1999) we've experienced.
Tweak Town is an
excellent site for tweaks and tips.
World of Windows
networking The owner of this site started to answer questions
posted by others. But to avoid to have to type again-and-again the
same answers (and some answers can be quite lengthy), he decided to
put some hints and procedures up on his website. The result is a very
comprehensive site covering vast amounts of gen. on networking.
for the event viewer and how to use it.
There is also a
mirror site here>> if the first is busy. Excellent site!
Tutorial and Journals
ITP Journals offers information and CD's (to
purchase) on a variety of technical support issues.
is a really excellent tutorial site on dozens of software programs. It
really is a great site to help you understand your software.
Neon Films produce short films, training videos and promotional videos.
The new Premiere Pro Training Guide for Beginners on DVD
is the latest member of "The Training Guide" family. The Premiere Pro for Beginners DVD covers all the basic areas required to edit your first project with this powerful software. Priced at £19 + VAT this DVD is a must have for anyone wishing to learn Premiere.
Tutorial and Journals
On line computer dictionary
is a searchable dictionary of acronyms, jargon, programming languages, tools,
architecture, operating systems, networking, theory, conventions, standards,
mathematics, telecoms, electronics, institutions, companies, projects, products,
history, in fact anything to do with computing. UK version