particularly Japanese but essential all the
same. If you are anything like me then the times
you have spent cursing the very existence of
operating systems, viruses and fatal errors
probably outweighs the your total combined sleeping
time. Along that line we have prepared what
we hope is a very useful resource guide for
you (and your electronic friend).
it to expand your ability with computers, to
fix a problem or help a friend. Just remember:
‘Use it at your own risk”, unfortunately
we can’t guarantee that all the links
and sites will do what they say, so please exercise
a bit of caution when trying something that
could have large and meaningful effects on your
computer and more importantly on your own compos
Has a lot of articles written for the dummy
in all of us. The main purpose of the site is
to advertise their product so be ready for the
Go for the musician or home recordist who wants
to make the most out of their time. Although
quite useful nothing beats tweakheadz.com for
an immense amount of knowledge on all types
of music, studio and computer questions.
This one has a lot of good tips on tweaking
your computer to get the most out of it. It
is only for XP though.
Another ‘tweak’ site for XP but
I have to say that the resources on this site
are quite worth a look.
Just requires a quick member registration but
there are a lot of useful forums for all sorts
of IT issues.
Another useful place to look for all sorts of
solutions for all sorts of problems.
Not bad if you don’t mind being assaulted
by the hoards of ads.
Again plastered with ads but a good start point
for device drivers if you have lost yours or
have bought second hand hardware.
Apparently “The World
Resource for Windows Tech Support and Drivers.”
Looks very informative and with extensive resources
to help you get you Windows machine back running
A good site for searching for device drivers.
http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/ You got that
right. This is a great site for getting you
up to date with computers and keeping you there.
There are loads of great articles and late breaking
news from the computer sector.
you have it. It’s a short list for now
but if you would like to add some of your favourite
computer resource links then please send us
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