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  • Proudly serving the community since 1989
  • 100% Hands-on live classes
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    Windows XP Internet Connection Sharing


    Internet
    Connection Sharing (ICS) enables a Windows computer to share its
    Internet connection with computers on local area networks. It’s
    been around since Windows 98 SE, and with the launch of Windows
    XP, it’s only gotten better.

    Windows XP ICS has some notable advantages over the versions of
    ICS in Windows 98 Second Edition and Windows Me:

    • It’s easier
      to set up
      . There’s no software to install, and it doesn’t
      add any network components or protocols.
    • It’s much
      more reliable and much less likely to cause network problems.
    • You can create
      a Network Bridge connecting
      two or more local area networks and share the Internet connection
      with the computers on all of them. This is especially useful if
      your XP computer is connected to both a wired and wireless network.
    • ICS
      client computers can use XP’s
      Internet Gateway
      to monitor and control
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    Windows Desktop Gadgets – Network Meter Gadgets Version 9.6


    Jared Green
    10-Nov-2013
    12:05 am

    Network Meter
    I love this informative gadget that helps me with not only checking on my system but understanding what is going on while I’m creating new programs or just installing new things on my system. I think these set of gadgets are essential for any computer user so you can understand what is going on, whether to wait or click again or just change windows to the one that popped up in the background so you can click “OK”. I am donating for several reasons, but most of all, because this is the kind of program that needs our attention and support.



    CdnBookLover
    4-Nov-2013
    1:12 am

    Network Meter 9.6
    This gadget is terrific! I’ve been using it since Windows Vista was still new. I especially appreciated the addition of quota data. I’m intrigued by the history graph image above
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    How-To Enable Windows 7 RSS Feed Reader Gadget

    Although Google Reader is probably one of my favorite RSS (Really Simple Syndication) readers, Windows 7 also has a clean and straightforward RSS Reader/Gadget built-in.  The Windows 7 Feed Reader gadget runs very lightly, and you shouldn’t notice any performance issues, unlike old Windows Vista gadgets.  Although it’s not as robust as Google Reader, it’s good enough for keeping track of just a few feeds real-time which can be handy for news sites or groovyPost!  🙂

    the windows 7 feed reader in small mode

    IE subscribed Feeds favorites tab

    Unlike the gadget from Windows Vista, the new Feed Reader does not manage its own list of RSS feeds.  Instead, feeds are pulled directly from your Internet Explorer Feed Subscriptions.  Make sense?  Let’s take a closer look!

    How To Manage and Organize Windows 7 Feed Reader

    1. First, let’s bring the gadget to the visible desktop.  To do this Right-Click any open space on the Desktop.  Then Click

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    Windows Sidebar | Microsoft Docs


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    This tutorial explains how to add desktop gadgets in Windows 10. In the long course of its (continued) development over the past couple of years, the Windows line of Operating Systems has seen a lot of changes being made to it, making each subsequent version of Windows better than its predecessor(s). However, while most of these changes have been in the form of new enhancements and additions, there are some that have entailed the removal of some features, both big and small, as well.

    One such interesting feature, that I’m sure everyone who’s ever worked with Windows Vista or 7 will remember are Desktop Gadgets. Offering a unique take on customization, the Desktop Gadgets were small widgets that you could place anywhere on the desktop, and offered a ton of information, ranging from the current temperature to stock alerts. However, despite being

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    Windows 10 Desktop Gadgets Free Download

    Windows 10 Gadget

    Windows 10 Desktop Gadgets Download

    Windows Desktop Gadgets called Windows sidebar in Windows Vista is a discontinued widget engine for Microsoft Gadget. It was introduced with Windows Vista, in which it features a sidebar anchored to the side of the desktop. Its widgets can perform various tasks, such as displaying the time and date. In Windows Vista, the widgets are restricted to a sidebar but un Windows 7, they can be freely moved anywhere on the desktop.

    How To Install Gadgets on Windows 10

    Step 1. Download Gadget installer

    First, you need to download the installer (the link is on the bottom of this page) and open it. This window will appear, download the installer setup only 23MB you can easily download it.

    Step 2. Install Gadgets Package on your PC

    After downloaded, now you’ve to install gadget installer on your pc, it’s very easy to install

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    Comodo Internet Security | Best Internet Security Suite for Windows

    Overview of Internet Security Software

    What brings the real need of Internet Security Suite for PC Protection?

    Internet Security Suite is a multi layered protective mechanism that refrains hackers from creeping into any of the user’s personal or business related data.

    Comodo stands promising with its Internet Security suite probing a 360 level of protection with a sturdy antivirus, and an enterprise class packet filtering firewall amongst its contemporaries assimilating unique and cutting edge techniques like sandboxing of unknown files or zero day threats, advanced host intrusion prevention.

    Conventional PC protection software has reduced to essentials and is now been outsmarted by the next generation Internet Security Software from Comodo, which can be downloaded for $17.99 and the users can access the benefits with the complete version of the products and helps the users to stay away from audacious hackers.

    Comodo Internet Security offers complete protection from viruses, Trojans, worms,

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    How to Show “My Computer” (This PC) in Windows 10/8.1/7 Desktop

    If you are searching for the “My Computer” icon in Windows 10 desktop, then this guide shows the simple steps to add “This PC” shortcut on the desktop. “My Computer” (in earlier Windows Operating Systems), called as “This PC” is one of the favorites and useful icon for all Windows users. You will not find it by default on a fresh installation of Windows 10. Follow the steps to display the missing “My Computer” (This PC) icon in the Windows 10 desktop, and Recycle Bin – another important icon on the desktop. We have covered the identical steps for Windows 8.1/7.

    This is an essential icon to access the local drives, USB disks, CD/DVD drives, and other files. Definitely, you will be surprised by not seeing this most frequently used icon on Windows Operating Systems. Nothing to worry, it is hidden and we need to display the My Computer icon

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