Are you a contender?

Are you worthy of membership in SearchWin2000.com's Hall of Fame, which now boasts over 50 successful IT professionals among its ranks? You're going to have to get into the game to find out. It's time to test your mettle against your IT peers in our monthly tip contest. Any registered SearchWin2000.com member is eligible to participate. All you need to do is submit your tip and await Judgment Day.

For almost two years now, SearchWin2000.com has been sponsoring a monthly technical tip contest. Each month, we pick three competitors to win coveted and exclusive SearchWin2000.com Hall of Fame membership status.

Hall of Fame members receive special benefits not available to regular SearchWin2000.com members, including The Insider, a monthly e-mail newsletter that informs our resident experts, contributors and Hall of Famers of what's new and going on behind the scenes at SearchWin2000.com and SearchWindowsManageability.com. In addition, the Hall of Famer who wins first place receives a grand prize of a fun tech gadget or gizmo.

So are you a contender? Are you worthy of membership in SearchWin2000.com's Hall of Fame? You're going to have to get into the game to find out. It's time to test your mettle against your IT peers. Any registered SearchWin2000.com members is eligible to participate. All you need to do is submit your tip and await Judgment Day.

Tips are tallied after the last day of every month. The winning tips for each month are based on highest average ratings (as rated by registered SearchWin2000.com users), the number of votes and final assessment by our panel of experts. A tip becomes eligible for tip of the month when it has received a minimum of three unique user ratings. A tip can be tip of the month just once, after which it is no longer eligible. And a registered user can only be awarded a grand prize once per calendar year.

Want to size up the competition before you get started? Check out the past three grand prize winning tips:

Privacy, performance and resource issues with IE
By Carol Miller, December 2002

Use the Win2k recovery console to recover NT4
By David Savoie, November 2002

Add auto-complete to your command prompt
By Subhas Chandra Bose Parvathaneni, October 2002

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