Monthly Archives: April 2009

Windows: Intel SpeedStep and Windows XP

You use an Intel Processor with the Intel SpeedStep Technology and Windows XP as your OS but your CPU always run on highest CPU frequency in spite the CPU usage is low (you recognized it highly possible by an non … Continue reading

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Windows: GUI for Robocopy

You are not the Command Prompt/Batch freak and would like to have some handy tool for using the robust copy tool Robocopy? Microsoft offers two programs (Robocopy GUI and RichCopy) but here is a great alternative (German language only – … Continue reading

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Update: ‘Snipping’/Screen capture tool for Windows XP (Vista/7 too)

I mentioned earlier in one of my posts (LINK), that Snippy is a great lightweight screen capture tool, but now I found a great/maybe better alternative: PrtScr

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Linux/Windows: A better OpenOffice –> Go-OO

You already use OpenOffice but still see some weak-points? Here we go with an fork from Novell with 6 advantages: Better interoperability Better functionality A Faster application Faster code integration Freer licensing Freer politics Go-OO

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Locate rogue DHCP Servers

You experience strange DHCP behaviors on your network or want to check in general if there are non official (rogue) DHCP servers on your network? Use  >>> DHCPLOC <<< This Windows Console Application is located on the Installation CD of … Continue reading

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Benchmark your browsers

Computer magazines, news and browser developers tell you which browser is faster or slower than the other. How they know that? And are there any handy tools so that you can test it on your own? Here we have some … Continue reading

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