First off, if you are reading this letter, I want to thank you. Thank you from each and every person working at PC Pitstop. If you are interested in purchasing a PC Pitstop product, we thank you for your interest. If you have purchased our product, we thank you even more. Moreover, I want thank you for telling your friends about our products, and saying all the great things that I have read over the years. Believe me, we read them all, and we love them.
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Netbooks – The Way of the 8 Track
Ask the Pros – Backup Drivers
Bits from Bill: I Don’t Want Your #^$% Toolbar
TechBite: 10 Super-Duper (and Free) Tools
Technologizer: Is the Mac Tax Real?
Chris Pirillo Video: Do You Use a KVM Switch?
Tip #1: Open,view, and print Excel files
Tip #2: Defragment Your Page File
Tip #4: Router with USB, Modem, Dialup
PC Pitstop Driver Library
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With apologies to David Letterman, we present the PC Pitstop Top Ten Lists of 2008
The Most Popular User Submitted Computer Tips
The Most Commented on Tech Talk Articles
The Pit Crew’s Top Product Developments of the Year.
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Yes, we know Vista has problems but lets get this lazy hog up and running like the wind. Whaaat, donâ€™t think thatâ€™s possible? Well, think again. Iâ€™m listing what I do for my Vista Installations. Some of these suggestions will change the security and functionality of Vista, so if your main interest is security, you may want to skip a suggestion. Before attempting any of these changes be sure to log in as â€œAdministratorâ€.
To confirm the safety of these suggestions, I performed all these changes on my Gateway laptop with a brand new â€œfrom the factory installâ€. If you want this latest operating system to work like you know it should, then lets get started. I think
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Vista – 6 Months & Counting
Full Test Overhaul
Vista User Account – Friend or Foe?
Bits from Bill: Changes to Automatic Update
Radio Blog: Laptop Thief
Radio Blog: Technology & The California Fires
Tip: Device Manager Error Codes
Tip: Want a New Bootscreen?
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DVD Adoption by PC Type
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CPU Clock Speeds by User Expertise
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