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[스크랩] Keep Your Windows Computer Secure on Public Wireless Hotspots – How-To Geek

If you have a Netbook or Laptop that you would like to use on a Public Wi-Fi hotspot, there are security precautions you need to take. Here we look at keeping your computer secure at public Wi-Fi hotspots.

Public Wi-Fi hotspots seem to be available in more locations than ever before. If you move between them a lot or are just getting started, following these security precautions can help keep your machine safe and secure. For this article we look at security steps in Windows 7, but most of these tips and suggestions will work in XP, Vista, and even other operating systems as well

Keep Your Windows Computer Secure on Public Wireless Hotspots

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Complete Guide to Windows 7’s Task Scheduler

If you want to know how to get the most of Windows 7’s task scheduler, then this series of articles is what you need. It starts with an introduction of the tool, its interface and main features. The next article shows how to work with the basic task wizard while the last goes into advanced task scheduling and editing all possible properties of a task.  

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TeraCopy–File Copying tool

TeraCopy truly effective file copying

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Some of you might know about this cool little tool. TeraCopy is a really fast file copier, which offers features such as: pause and resume support, error recovery, Windows shell integration, Windows 7 x64 support, etc.

If you haven’t tried this tool already, then give it a try.

TeraCopy Product Page

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Hotfix for Windows Server 2008 R2 or Windows 7 random freezes released

Microsoft has released a hotfix for Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2. If your Windows computer faces random freezes, or stops responding randomly, you may want to check out this hotfix.

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2265716/

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4 Ways to disable Laptop TouchPad

Below are 4 ways to disable Laptop TouchPad when using an external Mouse instead of a built-in Touchpad.

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1. Disable Touchpad via Control Panel

Your system must have the Touchpad driver installed. Lets take the most common brand Synaptics as an example. You can open the “Mouse Properties” in Control Panel, and then switch to “Device Settings” tab with the Synaptics logo.

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Now you will see the devices list, choose your Synaptics Touchpad, then click on “Disable” to stop it from working.

2. Disable Touchpad via Laptop Keyboard

Most laptops in the market have a built-in function key (Fn), just like the WiFi switcher, to quickly turn the Touchpad on or off.

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This key may or may not be there in your laptop. It depends on what brand of laptop you are using.

3. Use TouchFreeze to disable Touchpad

While the two methods mentioned above can only disable the Touchpad permanently, TouchFreeze is a brilliant little application that disables the Touchpad temporarily when you start typing. Hence you don’t need to control the Touchpad switcher manually. Just leave it running background, and do your work confidently.

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However, the above tool didn’t seem to work on my Windows 7 system correctly. May be it’s only for XP users.

4. Use Touchpad Pal to disable Touchpad

Similar to TouchFreeze, Touchpad Pal can also automatically disable Touchpad when you are typing text.

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Compared to the tools introduced above, Touchpad pal has some advantages. Like it is compatible with Windows Vista and Windows 7, and displays the “Clicks blocked” frequency in the main interface.

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