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7 Secret Settings to Update Your Windows Server Productivity After Virus Removal

Fortunately, one of the big improvements gained when you run Windows XP (and both 2000 and NT) rather than Windows 98 is that each application runs in its own ’protected area’ of RAM. For more on dealing with these attacks, see Attack of the Blue Screen of Death. Spontaneous reboots can occur as a result of viruses or using elderly driver versions. However, more common reasons are hardware-related. Faulty RAM is one possibility, especially if it wasn’t handled carefully during installation. If your PC recently started blue-screening, then make use of System Restore to turn...

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