at least in vista you can switch off the attempt to reinvent the wheel, in that case.I get cranky when someone changes something "because it doesn't look new enough". On the other hand, some of us have so many passwords that we would have to possess a remarkable memory just to recall all of them.If you can store all of Once reported, our moderators will be notified and the post will be reviewed. You’ll need to know the right key to press; Compaqs typically use [F10], and Dells use [F2].
The functions of most of the templates will seem pretty obscure for most users. (If you try this, remember that you need to close a session (File/Close) prior to adding/removing templates). It proved that the teen was the culprit, taking only 2 weeks for major trouble in that partition. Score 0 9xer February 6, 2013 10:21:22 PM Thanks Phil, but I'm into legacy computing. Thank you for helping us maintain CNET's great community.
by edweather / November 22, 2012 12:36 AM PST In reply to: Couple of problems Will take both suggestions and look at them. Besides, if an application doesn't show up in the Start Menu, and you've turned off access to the Run command, and perhaps to some of the drives (using TweakUI), is anyone So I don't turn off options that I need to access regularly--and I understand that if I need to access one of the restricted settings (for example, to reset wallpaper), then Last time I checked, Microsoft still has the Win95 version of Poledit available for download somewhere on their cavernous website-- here....
Basically a failure. The beauty is you still have true DOS which WinNT systems don't. OVAL is a registered trademark of The MITRE Corporation and the authoritative source of OVAL content is MITRE's OVAL web site. Users can log on without passwords, can mess with all sorts of system settings, and can have access to all the programs and data within reach.
Check it! of course, your mileage may vary compared to me; I'm a cantankerous bugger who is still on the fence about working with win7 because the more stupid, pointless changes he sees To change this, run Poledit 95 (opening Admin.adm), click on the File/Registry menu (as described above)-- but instead of opening the User icon, double-click on the Local Computer icon. http://www.netsquirrel.com/articles/securing_win9x.html Control Panel--System I click to restrict all items on this list, although some might argue that access to the Device Manager page is vital in trouble-shooting hardware problems.
You can say Win98 is all you need and it works fine for you but there is no way you can say it is a better OS. CNET Reviews Best Products Appliances Audio Cameras Cars Networking Desktops Drones Headphones Laptops Phones Printers Software Smart Home Tablets TVs Virtual Reality Wearable Tech Web Hosting Forums News Apple Computers Deals No, really. Thanks for the Q.
Select a user or group and click one of the buttons marked Read Only, Full Access, or Custom to move the user or group to that level of access. While Regedit is powerful and potentially dangerous, I'd be very careful before turning on this restriction… in fact, despite the dangers of not restricting it, I can't recommend that you check Antivirus For Windows 98 Despite this, I recommend that you set this option, after setting your choice of wallpaper. Clamwin Antivirus Back to top #5 ThunderZ ThunderZ Deactivated 4,454 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Local time:09:07 PM Posted 09 December 2010 - 09:10 AM IMO.
Works Win95+ by sdfox7 / March 15, 2014 5:07 AM PDT In reply to: Is there anti-virus/spyware that will work in Windows 98?? Back to top #10 Keithuk Keithuk Members 943 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Local time:03:07 AM Posted 09 December 2010 - 04:15 PM On a capable machine, XP is also far less Avail. 1 CVE-2001-1055 DoS 2001-07-30 2008-09-05 5.0 None Remote Low Not required None None Partial The Microsoft Windows network stack allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service (CPU consumption) Integ.
Only run allowed Windows applications--if you really want to control what users have access to, this is for you! Then you see the following options: Clicking to add a checkmark beside one or more options in the bottom section offers the following: Disable Display Control Panel--turns off the entire Nothing is where it used to be and things dont work the same.Im getting old and dont like change much anymoreThats what I hate about the newer Windows system. After this date, Microsoft will no longer provide any incident support options or security updates for this retired service pack... [Source: http://www.microsoft.com/windows/support/endofsupport.mspx] Fortunately, if you have Windows XP, Microsoft isn't completely
You can find routers on the shelves of every major big box retailer including Wal-Mart and Office Depot. Remove folders from ‘Settings' on Start Menu-- removes the ability to set how My Computer and Explorer display folders. Your advice is appreciated.
You can't install Poledit into Windows using either the Windows setup or the Control Panel's Add-Remove Programs/Windows Setup option. Better still--keep a copy on a floppy diskette, and run it from there--leaving no copy for your users to access. You can do so by following these steps:Right-click on some blank desktop real estate.Select Properties.Choose the Screen Saver tab from the Display Properties dialog box.Choose a screen saver (if you haven’t To turn off caching, follow these steps:To open the registry, click Start | Run and type Regedit.Navigate to this key: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\Network.Add a new DWord value called DisablePwdCaching.Give a value of 1
Hide Appearance Page--this option disables users' ability to change the colours used on title bars, and other Windows elements. Forum SolvedWhat do you guys think is the best paid antivirus protection? You should see the last template you used: Click on the Add… button, to see the list of templates, and choose another. Create and save a text file as: C:\Recover.reg, that consists of the following text: REGEDIT4 [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\Explorer] "RestrictRun"=dword:00000000 [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\System] "DisableRegistryTools"=dword:00000000 Boot to a DOS prompt (press F8 as soon as you see
If your thinking of upgrading or changing from Win98 to WinXP don't go by the minimum spec needed which is something like 233Mhz processor and 128kb of memory. Active Desktop gives the option of single-clicking rather than double-clicking to run icons. (Personally, I don't like Active Desktop, as it's a big drain on system performance, and a distraction, but That gives a lot of similarities to the Win95 version--with some additional options. To create a login screen, follow these steps:Go to Start | Settings | Control Panel.Click the Passwords icon in the Control Panel window.On the Change Passwords tab, choose the Change Windows
I mean the beauty of Windows is that commands and function should be interchangeable but they are left out on Vista and Win7. Score 0 Related resources what free antivirus would you guys recommend? - Forum What would be the best antivirus around you would recommend? - Forum What anti-virus would you recommend for And it's easy to lock up systems so tight that users can't accomplish tasks that they perhaps should be able to do. If a folder is shared, it will appear on the network with the name you give to it in this tab.
Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Answer This one? Forum SolvedFree Anti-Virus - Which one recommended with W10? Disable Registry editing tools--disallows use of tools such as Regedit to make basic changes to the system… some people have had trouble after using this--being then unable to run Poledit again Back to top BC AdBot (Login to Remove) BleepingComputer.com Register to remove ads #2 cryptodan cryptodan Bleepin Madman Members 21,868 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Location:Catonsville, Md Local time:02:07 AM Posted
I fact, if you read that article, you'll get a pretty good idea of why you need both a hardware and a software firewall. It's the sort of behaviour that saw my father's wife trying to buy a new livingroom set every couple months, and generally flatlining his paycheck, back before he ended up working As well, as far as I can determine, the Win95 version works just fine with Win98 systems as well--so you may just choose to use that version. Security always involves tradeoffs--keeping users from being able to do things also makes it more difficult for you to do things.
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