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Online Fax Machine

I was with a customer last weekend who struggled with jugging a fax machine and a normal telephone on the same line because once a month his mother-in-law sent them a letter via fax without warning. Often the fax would pick up the phone when he didn’t want it to and often another member of [...]

Gnutella

Whenever I write about P2P (Peer to Peer) file sharing I usually get a good few e-mails slating me and accusing me of attempting to harm the music industry which simply is simply untrue. For those of you who can’t remember my last article on P2P file sharing we established that it [...]

BT Backup

It is very rare that BT does something to impress me but this week has been an exception. For some time now I have been worried about what were to happen if my computer were to fail; I’ve made the occasional backup onto DVD-R but apart from that I’m pretty [...]

Microsoft Plus for Windows XP

Whenever Microsoft release a new operating system, it is customary for them to release a package known as ‘Plus’ along side its release which adds a number of small extras. With the recent release of Windows XP this tradition has continued with the launch of ‘Microsoft Plus for Windows XP’.

MP3 Players

Over the past couple of weeks we have looked at using your computer to experiment with music recording and playback through the use of music files known as MP3’s and the use of writers that can copy these tracks to CD’s.

The principle was [...]