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JurgenDoe

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  1. JurgenDoe

    December 2007 Desktops

    Mine for this month
  2. JurgenDoe

    November 2007 Desktops

    Oki doki here is mine for this month...
  3. JurgenDoe

    October 07 Desktops

    Yet another one ... this time simple and dark
  4. JurgenDoe

    October 07 Desktops

    Here is my latest
  5. JurgenDoe

    September Desktops

    My new September Desktop WindowBlinds6: Skin by Jemaho RocketDock Vista SP1 Sidebar by Rafael Wallpaper: my own
  6. JurgenDoe

    September Desktops

    that's what I'm currently using
  7. JurgenDoe

    Greetinx from DC / Cologne

    Ok...setting up my couch, PC...Video and TV and my fridge with some nice cool drinks and last but not least my lovely coffee maker :hello:
  8. After a week of extensive testing, the CRN Test Center found that users of Windows Vista and Windows XP are equally at risk to viruses and exploits and that overall Vista brings only marginal security advantages over XP. One of Microsoft's big promises with Vista was a more secure operating system. But when stripped to the bare bones and thrown into the wild, wild Web, Vista's security failed to impress Test Center engineers. Vista remains riddled with holes, despite its multilayer security architecture and embedded security tools. Besides providing no improvement in virus protection vs. XP, Vista brings little or no security gains over its predecessor against such threats as RDS exploits, script exploits, image exploits, VML exploits, malformed Web pages and known malicious URLs, the Test Center found. Armed with two notebooks -- an HP Compaq 6515b notebook running Windows Vista Business 32-bit Edition with the 256-bit encryption version of Internet Explorer 7 and an HP Compaq nc6400 running Windows XP with the 128-bit encryption version of Internet Explorer 6 -- Test Center engineers probed both OSes with some of the most dangerous exploits known today. To even the playing field, all of the HP ProtectTools Security Manager tools on both notebooks were shut down. None of the encryption tools and the password-protect options were initialized. In addition, HP's ProtectTools Application Protection Service was not activated. Only the default security features and settings on both OSes were kept. Read the complete story here
  9. JurgenDoe

    Greetinx from DC / Cologne

    Another Forum I popped in so I'll say Helloooooooooooooooooooooo to everybody :hello:
  10. JurgenDoe

    ie7pro 0.9.14

    I use Mozilla Firefox which I am very happy with. I even don't use IE anymore for my updates too. But I think that are great addons :hello:
  11. JurgenDoe

    IE7 and Fx Search Plugin XML

    I got the Lunarsoft searchbar now too :hello:
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