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Connect two computers together to share files. How to connect to a secure wireless network
 
 
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Step-by-step Tutorials:
 AutoPlay CDs and DVDs
 Change Command Prompt Size
 Change Computer Name
 Change Workgroup Name
 Check Free Space on all drives
 Connect Two Computers
 Control Panel
 Critical Updates
 Desktop Items - My Computer...
 Home Network Setup
 Preferred Network Connection
 Recycle Bin Reserved Space
 Rename Administrator Account
 Shutdown Windows
 Startup Items
 System Restore Point
 System Restore Reserved Space
 Temporary Internet Cache Size
 Turn Off System Restore
 Turn On System Restore
 View Your Windows Version
 Windows Messenger Startup
 Wireless Connection

Home Network
 Connect Two Computers
 Connect Wirelessly
 Crossover Cable Connection
 Networking Information
 Share Connection over Router
 Set Up A Home Network

Firewalls
 Firewalls (special section)
 BlackICE
 eTrust Personal Firewall
 McAfee Personal Firewall Plus
 Norton Personal Firewall
 Panda Platinum 2006 Firewall
 Trend Micro PC-cillin Firewall
 Windows Firewall
 ZoneAlarm
 

Troubleshooting
 Microsoft® Knowledge Base

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 Google
 MSN
 Yahoo!

Cure Virus Problems
 McAfee
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About the EasyLI Done!™ Series Tutorials

All EasyLI Done!™ Series Tutorials are designed to accomplish specific tasks on a step-by-step basis!
From connecting two computers together to share files using a crossover cable to setting up a secured wireless network connection, these online tutorials are extremely easy to follow. View free networking information here. Although all tutorials were put together with the novice user (beginner) in mind, advanced users will find a few tricks to put to use also, such as 'How to Force Windows to Shutdown' when it just won't shutdown normally.
Before downloading or using any content or software on this site, please read the End User License Agreement (EULA).

Did you know? Almost all wireless routers are setup for unsecure wireless network connections at the time of purchase.

Did you know? You should never connect your cable or dsl modem directly to your computer, without having a firewall setup. If your Internet connection is setup using this method, you are inviting Ad-Ware, Spy-Ware and worst of all - viruses into your computer! It would not be long before you start experiencing disturbing pop-ups and computer malfunctions. Worst case scenario: Identity theft.

 
Step-by-step Tutorials:
 
AutoPlay Your CDs or DVDs when inserted
How to Change the AutoPlay Options for Your CD or DVD Drive
Check Free Space on All Drives
How to Check the Available Free Space on All of Your CDROM, DVD and Hard Drives
Command Prompt Size
How to Increase the Size of the Command Prompt Window
Computer Name - Change
How to Change the Name of the Computer
Connect Wirelessly to the Internet
How to Connect a Computer to a Secure Wireless Network using Windows® XP to surf (browse) the Internet
Connect Two Computers Together using a Crossover Cable to Backup or Exchange Data
How to Connect Two Windows® XP Computers Together to Share Files Between them using a crossover cable
Connecting Two Windows® XP Computers Together using a Crossover Cable to Transfer or Share Files Between them
Connecting Two Computers Together via Crossover Cable to Transfer or Share Files Between them
Setup a Home Network using a Router to Connect Two or more Computers Together
How to Connect Two or more Windows® XP Computers Together to Access the Internet and to Share Files Between them using a Router
Control Panel - Access Category and Classic Views
How to Access the Control Panel in Microsoft® Windows® XP
Critical Updates - Automatically Download and Install
How to Automatically Download and Install Critical Updates in Microsoft® Windows® XP
Desktop Items - Put Internet Explorer, My Computer... on Your Desktop
How to Put Internet Explorer, My Computer, My Documents and My Network Places on Your Desktop
Prevent Your Wireless Connection from Bouncing from one Wireless Network to another
How to Automatically Connect to a Preferred Wireless Network using Windows® XP

Reclaim Massive Amounts of Disk Space

Cache
How to Reduce the Size of the Temporary Internet Files Cache
Recycle Bin
How to Reduce the Amount of Space Reserved by Recycle Bin
System Restore
How to Reduce the Amount of Space Reserved by System Restore

Rename the Administrator Account
How to Rename the Administrator Account in Microsoft® Windows® XP Home Edition
Restore Point - Create
How to Create a Restore Point
Shutdown Windows - Forced Shutdown
How to Force Windows® to Shutdown
Startup Items - Disable
How to determine which programs and services are loading into memory when Microsoft® Windows® XP Home Edition starts up
System Restore - Turn Off
How to Turn Off System Restore
System Restore - Turn On
How to Turn On System Restore
Windows Messenger
How to Prevent Windows® Messenger from Starting Automatically and Appearing in Your System Tray
Windows Version
How to Find Out Which Version of Microsoft® Windows® You Are Using
Workgroup Name - Change
How to Change the Workgroup Name

Connect your computers together to backup or share your files between them.
It's easy, it's fast, and best of all, it's free!
 
 
 
 
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