Index of HelpWithWindows.com
On this page you will find an Index of the HelpWithWindows.com TechFiles. What are these TechFiles? The Windows TechFiles provide more in-depth coverage of various issues encountered in the everyday use of the Windows operating systems.
If you don't find a solution to your specific problem, there is always the WindowsBBS.com support forum, where you can ask your questions. The WindowsBBS is visited by many regular and knowledgeable users, and one of them may have the answer you are looking for! One last tip: Use this site's Search engine! You can find the search box at the top of this page, and it will quickly give you a list of documents matching your search criteria.
Freeing up hard drive space
I have always known that Microsoft's Internet Explorers implementation of "Temporary Internet Files" (TIF) had been completely broken, and there isn't much temporary about it. No matter what size you specify for the TIF to use in Internet Explorer, the size of the cache will continue growing.
The Fatal Exception error's related to 0E (that's zero E) are hard to track down. Here you'll find some things that have fixed this error for a number of users.
When your hard disk(s) are running in MS-DOS Compatibility Mode, performance is badly affected
How did my computer get infected? Safe Internet requires that you educate yourself on how to use the Internet in a careful and responsible manner. Knowing the different strategies used by malware authors to get their malicious content onto our PC's is the first step we need to take to be able to keep our computer malware free.
Windows 98 Second Edition includes a new feature to share a single Internet Connection across your (home) network. Here's how!!
Surfing the Internet these days is a hazardous occupation, but a few simple precautions will keep your computer free from infection in an increasingly hostile environment
Double the Speed of Internet Connection
If you have problems accessing the Windows Update Web site, have a look at the solutions provided in this document.
Explore some changes you can make to Outlook & Outlook Express e-mail default settings to make them more secure.
Slipstreaming a Service Pack, is the process to integrate the Service Pack into the installation so that with every new installation the Operating System and Service Pack are installed at the same time.
How you can make some simple changes in Internet Explorer that will give you some extra safety when browsing the Internet.
There are various web sites which claim that there is a bug in Windows 98, where it doesn't install certain VXD files during installation. "Hogwash" we say...
Having problems with Windows Explorer crashing when you rigt-click an object, or try to browse through the folders on your computer?
An explanation of the Windows 9.x system resources.