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Does anybody make a cheap - preferrably free - app for monitoring the CPU temperature that would work on a Dell Precision 360 Workstation PC?



General Software Discussion / Re: Scheduled Shutdown after backup?
« on: December 01, 2005, 10:20 PM »
Shutdown.exe huh?  I can't believe I didn't know that existed!

Thank you!


General Software Discussion / Scheduled Shutdown after backup?
« on: December 01, 2005, 03:03 PM »
I have local project files xcopied to a fileserver daily using XP's built-in task scheduler.  I'd like to have it done unattended after I've left for the day but I'd like to shut down the computer after all the scheduled tasks are completed.  Is there a simple way to do this?


General Software Discussion / Re: RealPlayer or RealAlternative?
« on: November 30, 2005, 06:10 PM »
Maybe I'll just be leaving RealPlayer and QuickTime on my system, then.  Thanks!

General Software Discussion / RealPlayer or RealAlternative?
« on: November 30, 2005, 04:14 PM »
I've found it annoying that RealPlayer is on my system with no apparent way to uninstall it.  I've seen claims that RealAlternative is better, but don't really know how to compare them if I can't even remove RealPlayer from my PC.  Any suggestions?



General Software Discussion / Re: Lock a folder down?
« on: November 30, 2005, 04:11 PM »
In W2K Pro, I used to just create a group called "No Access Lock" or something like it and use folder permissions to toggle whether the folder was available or not.  A user would then need Admin privileges to change the file/folder permissions to make it accessible again.  It was a lightweight way to control the accessibility of a folder.  Unfortunately it doesn't work the same way in WinXP Pro and I've been unable to figure out a way to do it (with permissions).  I think I'll give WinGuard a shot.

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