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Videos on Vista usage - Checking for updates, Backup options, Offline file options, How to use security in Internet Explorer, Sharing files

I have documented some of these before, but now all of them are here.

- How to backup information in Vista using Restore Previous Versions, writing to DVDs and the built in backup tools

- How to use Windows Updates to get patches for the system

- How Internet Explorer 7 and Vista protect you - just remember to say no!!

- How to take files offline in Vista and Outlook (for SharePoint files)

- Sharing files using Windows Messenger

 

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David

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Posted Sat, Oct 13 2007 11:45 PM by David Overton

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David Overton's Blog wrote How I do my webcast videos - using SnagIt Screen Capture and Sharing tools
on Sat, Oct 13 2007 11:47 PM

You may have seen a number of videos that I have recorded that were screen captures and my voice. To

Jamesson wrote re: Videos on Vista usage - Checking for updates, Backup options, Offline file options, How to use security in Internet Explorer, Sharing files
on Mon, Oct 15 2007 10:24 PM

How do I block certain websites so my kids won't get to them, ie: myspace.com, without having to create another user account?

David Overton wrote re: Videos on Vista usage - Checking for updates, Backup options, Offline file options, How to use security in Internet Explorer, Sharing files
on Mon, Oct 15 2007 10:40 PM

Jamesson,

do you mean you want filtering to differ while only using one user in Vista?  While I would personally use seperate accounts (you don't have to log out when someone else wants to use the machine, so you can switch between different users simply by pressing the Windows-key and L) you can also use a service like get.live.com/.../familysafety_betas to enable switching by WIndows Live IDs (Passport / Windows Messenger sign-ins).

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David

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