'Arovax Shield', and 'Dual-Booting Vista And Linux'

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Arovax Shield

Rather than looking for spyware traces or tracking applications that secretly send or receive data over the Internet, Arovax Shield blocks any attempt by malicious software to add entries to the auto-start menu, change the registry, hijack or install itself into a browser, or find any other way to stealthily get itself onto a PC.


Dual-Booting Vista And Linux

On XP and earlier Windows PCs, making Windows and Linux live together was almost automatic. Any of the major distributions made it easy. With Vista, things have changed. Microsoft has deep-sixed its old boot.ini bootloader in favor of a new bootloader.


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