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Explains misconceptions about timing in Windows.
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Describes the process for implementing a round trip, query-response message interaction with SAFMQ.
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This article shows you ways to run Control Panel applets from VC++, even those that don't have a cpl extension file.
by Anup Shinde
This article is intended for network administrators and internet users. It shows how users can bypass the firewall to get access to the restricted internet sites. This article is just an overview and does not cover the technical details.

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Explains misconceptions about timing in Windows.
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Cluster is a term meaning independent computers combined into a unified system through software and networking. Clusters are typically used for High Availability for greater reliability or High Performance Computing to provide greater computational power than a single computer can provide.

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12 Apr 2012 by Joseph M. Newcomer
Explains misconceptions about timing in Windows.
12 Apr 2012 by mattbattey
Describes the process for implementing a round trip, query-response message interaction with SAFMQ.
12 Apr 2012 by tanvon malik
This article shows you ways to run Control Panel applets from VC++, even those that don't have a cpl extension file.
12 Apr 2012 by Anup Shinde
This article is intended for network administrators and internet users. It shows how users can bypass the firewall to get access to the restricted internet sites. This article is just an overview and does not cover the technical details.
12 Apr 2012 by slw1234@sbcglobal.net
This article will give beginners in network a simple Security strategy for network security for their small businesses and home use. These ideas were developed for our own small business network.
12 Apr 2012 by Lubna Luxmi Chowdhry
Cluster is a term meaning independent computers combined into a unified system through software and networking. Clusters are typically used for High Availability for greater reliability or High Performance Computing to provide greater computational power than a single computer can provide.
12 Apr 2012 by Joseph M. Newcomer
A discussion on the working size of your executable, and why you shouldn't believe those numbers PView or task manager tell you.
12 Apr 2012 by VGirish
Retrieves the Computer names in a network and their corresponding IP addresses
12 Apr 2012 by Sameers (theAngrycodeR )
Setting up IIS and PWS so that it recognises full domain names as belonging to your machine.
12 Apr 2012 by fraudlabs
solution to prevent chargebacks and to reduce fraud for online merchants