Serdar Yegulalp wrote for Windows Magazine from 1994 through 2001, covering a wide range of technology topics. He now plies his expertise in Windows NT, Windows 2000 and Windows XP as publisher of The Windows 2000 Power Users Newsletter and writes technology columns for TechTarget.
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Contributions from Serdar Yegulalp, WinIT
- Can I open applications in a full window in Windows 2000 or XP?
- Can I stop users from accessing the Net with MS Word 2000 and Visual C++.Net?
- Windows can't access registry information
- What is a file and print server?
- Obtaining view-only access rights on a domain
- Is there a tool to disable inactive user accounts for only a certain amount of time?
- What's the difference between FAT32, FAT16 and NTFS?
- Problems deploying IE 6.0 using IEAK
- How can I determine what OS users are running on the network?
- What is the best way to deploy updates without manually resetting permissions?
- How do you prevent users from saving to the local hard drive?
- Problems accessing host running XP on home network
- Problems using the DIRUSE utility
- What's the difference between Win95, Win 98, Win2000 and Win Me?
- Can I modify the winnt.sif file to create more than one partition?
- Where does spyware and adware information end up?
- Can I put a hard disk in another XP PC and edit the registry?
- Dealing with tape devices on Windows
- Getting error message after Win2000 Pro crash
- How do you prevent users from saving locally to the hard drive?