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  1. I found this very useful tool which allows you to try out Live Linux OS's and much much more very easily. Easy2Boot Introduction Easy2Boot instructions for everything ! I did try to use the instruction for making a E2B usb but I kept on coming up with a fault when I tried to add the " bootlace.com " component. I also could not find " defrags " in the Arch or AUR packages so I defected to Windows to accomplish the task. Easy2Boot Linux instructions The Windows install was a piece of cake, just a couple of clicks and the job was done. The instructions given were very sim
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    ReactOS 0.3.16 review

    http://www.linuxbsdos.com/2014/02/06/reactos-0-3-16-review/ It ain't windows or linux but I thought it might interest those poor folk who have to use windows programs.
  3. Fix when XP refuses to update - Freedomlist - plodr aka our own zlim/Liz Cumulative Security Update for Internet Explorer 8 for Windows XP (KB2898785) I searched for this on our forums, I was pretty sure that Liz posted this here as well as FreedomList, but maybe I just saw it over there. I just used this on my Windows XP Pro VirtualBox. Windows Updates had successfully installed 5 updates but was stuck at 15% and wouldn't go forward. I went looking for this posting by Liz to get that link. I installed it and after rebooting, within just about 10 min or so, I had a bunch o
  4. http://www.extremetech.com/extreme/155392-international-space-station-switches-from-windows-to-linux-for-improved-reliability From the comments section,
  5. On XP you must manually update the root certificates. The update, KB931125, has been around since 2007. The "latest" update for XP was April 2012. Since Susan Bradley of Windows Secrets said to install this in the past Thursday's newsletter, I jumped through the hoops to do it. First you go here and download something to validate your copy of windows. http://www.microsoft...s.aspx?id=28965 Once you paste the validation code in the box, you can download the exe file. Now the major problem: I click on it and I can't tell if anything has been done. 931125 is not listed in updates as insta
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