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There are stubborn cases when Task Manager simply won't kill a process, that is when you call in specialized apps that won't take no for an answer.
You can get a lot more mileage out of Windows 7 if you perform a few tweaks and tap in to some timesaving tricks.
Get more from your PowerPoint presentations with these five additional applications.
Tony McSherry examines the problems he has encountered while developing HTML applications in a Windows environment.
If you just want to analyze what occurs during the boot process on a Windows 7 machine, Jack Wallen says msconfig is the perfect tool for the job.
Bob Eisenhardt explains how the Facebook virus Ramnit works, why it's so bad, and how it can affect much more than a Facebook account.
Greg Shultz shows you several methods that you can use to investigate startup programs and eliminate some of them to improve performance.
These Sysinternals utilities offer a powerful, convenient way to knock out all kinds of Windows admin tasks.
Autoruns is a free tool that lets you track down wayward services, processes, and programs; troubleshoot malware issues; and tweak system performance. These tips will help you get ...
Bill Detwiler shows you five handy Sysinternals command-line tools: SDelete; PsInfo; Disk Usage; Handle; and RegJump.