Content posted in January 2004
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The Explorer: Resource Leaks, Part Three
Commentary  |  1/7/2004  | 
Five Steps That May Plug Your Leaks, Once And For All.
The Explorer: Resource Leaks, Part Two
Commentary  |  1/7/2004  | 
Fred tests a dozen "memory optimizers" and finds some surprises.
The Explorer: Resource Leaks, Part One
Commentary  |  1/7/2004  | 
Crashes can sometimes be traced to sloppy programs that "leak" memory.
The Explorer: Torture Testing Netscape 6.0
Commentary  |  1/7/2004  | 
Fred puts Netscape's latest browser through the wringer.
The Explorer: Curing Sloooooooow Restarts
Commentary  |  1/7/2004  | 
Hardware and software tweaks can make your PC start much, much faster.
SmartAdvice: Plan Ahead To Handle Increased IT Staffing Demands
Commentary  |  1/7/2004  | 
Consider everything from improving customer support to beefing-up project-management skills and developing skill sets to handle increased demands on IT staff as business picks up, The Advisory Council says. Plus, consider information security integral to your business and approach it systematically, and build a leadership-development program to hone skills in your existing staff.
The Explorer: Secure Your PC Online, Part Four
Commentary  |  1/7/2004  | 
Fred ties up some loose ends from the previous installments, and discusses some new, cool and free security tools.
The Explorer: Secure Your PC Online, Part Three
Commentary  |  1/7/2004  | 
Building on Parts One and Two, Fred now shows how to make your PC nearly impregnable.
The Explorer: Making Your PC Secure Online, Part Two
Commentary  |  1/7/2004  | 
In Part One, we showed how to adjust your network settings for better security. Now we'll look at free and commercial add-on products and services that do even more.
The Explorer: Four Myths of Online Security
Commentary  |  1/7/2004  | 
Make sure your PC is really secure from 'Net-based hacker attacks -- without spending a dime.
Open Source Predictions for 2004
Commentary  |  1/7/2004  | 
The film critic Roger Ebert once said that lists are a lazy editor's way of creating something that looks like a story, but isn't. Ouch. And here's a list of predictions for Linux and open source in 2004. 1. The SCO lawsuit will simply disappear.
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