Sunday, February 04, 2007

Superbowl Ads, What's Running on my PC?

Peyton Manning of the Colts, the MVP of the SuperBowl, gets a big ol' Hug

Superbowl Ads

Well, the SuperBowl is over and depending on your perspective either the Bears lost or the Colts won. My team, the San Francisco 49rs, lost right before the play offs. Oh, well. They're looking mighty good for a losing team. We all know the real start of the SuperBowl - the SuperBowl Ads. So, here they are, enjoy!

What's Running on my PC?

As your Windows machine gets older and older, it usually gets slower and slower. The major cause of this is downloading programs, uninstalling the programs you don't need and the stuff that gets left behind. Another problem is Internet Security software. Much of the software these days is quite memory intensive. We recommend you have at least 1 G of RAM if you have any of the major Internet Security Suites. So, you want to see exactly want is dragging your system down. You can click on the Windows logo, go to "Run" and type in "msconfig." You click on the "startup" tab and you primarily see hieroglyphics. Another option is a cool new program I've found called What's Running. I've seen similar programs come and go. I've also seen many dictionaries interpreting the abbreviated processes. This program is by far the best I've seen at telling you what's running, what's been installed, what to do about it and the means to stop the processes. It even works on Windows Vista! Check it out today!

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