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Control tweaks, avoid land mines

...under the Settings item in the Start menu. We'll discuss printers and printing at greater length in a future installment. Next week, we'll learn how to add and delete programs. Dolinar's e-mail address is dolinar@newsday.com.

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1999/05/24/tec_262162.shtml
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Calling shots with control panels

...options in Display Properties for pure aesthetics. For the sake of your eyes, there is definitely something worth tweaking, however, and that's screen resolution and color depth. Dolinar's e-mail address is dolinar@newsday.com.

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1999/05/16/tec_261564.shtml
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Start Menu offers many features

...more frequently used to start up programs that don't have icons in the Start Menu. For example, you can run the included Telnet program, which lets you log onto a remote computer system. Dolinar's e-mail address is dolinar@newsday.com

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1999/05/03/tec_260552.shtml
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Consistency? Sorry, this is Windows 98

...the name "recycled" residing one level down in the C drive. Next week, we'll look at more instances of things that aren't where they seem, when we see how to manage shortcuts. Dolinar's e-mail address is dolinar@newsday.com.

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1999/04/11/tec_258794.shtml
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File organization weaves tangled web

...in the directory tree. Just for fun -- OK, so this is my idea of fun, not yours -- see if you can figure out where Microsoft really has the desktop stashed. No cheating with Find, OK? Dolinar's e-mail address is dolinar@newsday.com

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1999/04/04/tec_258226.shtml
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If Windows ain't broke, don't fix it

...yourself, as well as a printer. Overall, most people who upgraded to Windows 95 got their money's worth. How about upgrading from 95 to 98? Not really. More on that next week. Dolinar's e-mail address is dolinar@newsday.com.

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1999/03/14/tec_256195.shtml
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A stationery guide to word processing

...these little timesavers will change your life. Together, these tools will begin to make your computer useful. Get used to writing letters, and you may pay for your next computer. Dolinar can be reached by e-mail at dolinar@newsday.com

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1999/02/01/tec_252069.shtml
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Answers to Computer Questions

...If all else fails, there's a nifty little utility I've been using that strips HTML coding from Web pages you save to disk. Called html2txt, you can download it from Cnet's shareware.com site. Send questions to dolinar@newsday.com

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1999/01/31/tec_251996.shtml
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To iMac or not? It's features answer the question

...Mac. $300 more is cheap. Overall, the iMac isn't a computer I'd buy for myself -- I'd probably get an Apple two-piece unit -- but it is the perfect computer for newbies. Dolinar can be reached by e-mail at dolinar@newsday.com

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1998/12/06/tec_246727.shtml
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Computers Q&A: Answers to computer questions

...load LINUX. The company and the product have a good reputation, and I think anyone who upgrades to Windows 98 in an institutional setting without System Commander is engaged in computational malpractice. Send questions to dolinar@newsday.com

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1998/10/26/tec_242959.shtml
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