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Windows 7 Supports RAID1


Disk Mirroring for Desktops, umm interesting!! I just found out that Windows 7 Supports RAID 1 or Disk Mirroring as it’s commonly known as. It’s the first MS Client OS to support RAID1. For me it’s interesting to see RAID for … Continue reading

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Notebook Entry: Leftover of Conficker/Downadup/Kido Worm


Another Leftover Story Talking about virus leftovers – I recently noticed a leftover of the Conficker worm which is used by the virus to reinfect the systems, they are scheduled tasks on windows systems. I have only noticed them on … Continue reading

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No “Folder Options” under the ‘Tools’ menu


No “Folder Options” under the ‘Tools’ menu – The common leftover after a virus infection The “Folder Options” from the ‘Tools’ menu of the windows explorer disappears mainly due to a virus infection. Brontok has been seen as the main culprit … Continue reading

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Windows 7 lifts Microsoft


Windows 7 takes Microsoft to cloud 9 The last sentence of my previous blog (windows 7) said that Windows 7 is Microsoft’s best desktop OS to date and I have been proved right by Microsoft’s latest financial results. Microsoft has sold … Continue reading

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Windows 7


On October 22 Microsoft will launch it’s next version of Windows, Windows 7 (Originally posted at my previous blog address on 07 September 2009) I have been running the RC (Release Candidate) version on my laptop since the day it … Continue reading

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Internet Explorer 8


Going beyond page loads is what Microsoft’s brand new browser, Internet Explorer 8, does (Originally posted at my previous blog address on 26 March 2009) It’s about getting things done in an faster, easier and safer manner. The idea is very novel but … Continue reading

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