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Regal Resources Summer 2006

Regal Resources Summer 2006

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Vol. 1, Issue 5
In this Issue…
Batteries NOT included (Until now)
By Eddie Hines
Summer 2006
Top Story of the Month 
Your laptop has a battery, why not your desktop?! 
The Strive for Five Contest Question 
Lets see if you are computer savvy 
Spiritual Word of the Month 
Do we really need God around? 
FREE Software of the Month
Spyware Doctor 4.0
Customer of the Month
Katie Waxer, RSG Worldwide Recruiting
Tips of the Month
Windows and Outlook Express tips
Top Story of the Month
UPS usually means “
What brown can do for you 
!” now the question iswhat electricity can do
you. UPS stands for uninterrupted powersupply. In other words, a battery for your desktop computer. When thepower goes out in your home and you have a laptop, you notice that thelaptop stays on? That’s because it has a battery inside of it that can lastsup to 3 hours depending on the computer model. That way you can stillwork even though there is no power. But for the poor desktop computer,once that power goes out its lights out for you work and your data.Sometimes a power outage can even damage your hard drive,peripherals and also your power supply. The reason for this is that yourpower supply in your computer depends on a CONSTANT flow ofelectricity flowing though it at 110 Watts of energy. If you flow getsinterrupted suddenly, there is not alternate source that the computer cangets its energy from so it shuts off immediately. And I am not only talkingabout power outages either. What about brownouts, power surges, or ashort in the electrical socket. Well lets explain what happens in each casewith your computer and how a UPS can help protect you.A brownout is when the power drops sharply into your house butstill stays on. Think of a garden hose that has a good flow of water goingthrough it. If I put a kink in the hose to weaken the water supply (That’swhat a brownout actually is), then the water flow will become stagnant. Ifmy computer can only operate on a certain flow of electricity going into it,then the pc will get “sick” and stop working, thus damaging the internalparts. When a UPS senses that the upcoming flow of electricity will beless than expected, it will borrow energy from its reserves to make thecomputer believe the flow of power never changed thus saving the pcfrom any damage. Once the brownout is over then the UPS will go backto normal and letting the flow of power go to the computer.A power surge is when too much power comes through to thecomputer. That will instantly destroy the power supply of the computerand possible the hard drive. The UPS will act like a water dam andprevent excess power from getting to the computer. It will sort of eat up
Note our New Prices
Catch all Hourly rate for
1 computer
2 computers
3 computers
Saturday February 24th, 2007
,Crown Computers will turn
5 years old!
 To celebrate we are going to have specialevents each month leading up to the bigevent…a big party and dinner to celebratethe 5 years. At that party a BIG prize willbe given away. To help qualify people towin that BIG prize, each club member andperson who have given over 5 referrals inthe past 5 years get one ticket. The rest ofthe tickets will be given to the first fivepeople that can answer the 12 triviaquestions that we are going to ask, one amonth. If you can email me with theRIGHT answer BEFORE the end of themonth, you will get an additional ticket.For those who get it right within 24 hoursof receiving this newsletter you get anadditional gift mailed to you. Well goodluck to all.
Answer from June’s question: 
“Start me up”, Rolling Stones 
What is “Wi-Fi” short for?
 Dependent on God’s Presence
Those who wait on the Lord . . .shall walk and not faint — 
Isaiah 40:31
There is no thrill for us in walking, yet it is the test for all of oursteady and enduring qualities.
"walk and not faint" is the highest stretch possible as a measure of strength. The word walk is used in the Bible to express the character of a person— ". . . John . . . looking at Jesus as He walked. . . said, ’Behold the Lamb of God!’ 
" ( John1:35-36 ). There is nothing abstract or obscure in the Bible; everythingis vivid and real. God does not say,
"Be spiritual,
" but He says,
"Walk before Me. . ." 
( Genesis 17:1 ).When we are in an unhealthy condition either physically oremotionally, we always look for thrills in life. In our physical life thisleads to our efforts to counterfeit the work of the Holy Spirit; in ouremotional life it leads to obsessions and to the destruction of ourmorality; and in our spiritual life, if we insist on pursuing only thrills, onmounting up
"with wings like eagles" 
( Isaiah 40:31 ), it will result inthe destruction of our spirituality.Having the reality of God’s presence is not dependent on our being ina particular circumstance or place, but is only dependent on ourdetermination to keep the Lord before us continually. Our problemsarise when we refuse to place our trust in the reality of His presence.The experience the psalmist speaks of— "
We will not fear, even though . . ." 
( Psalm 46:2 )— will be ours once we are grounded onthe truth of the reality of God’s presence, not just a simple awarenessof it, but an understanding of the reality of it. Then we will exclaim, "
He has been here all the time! 
" At critical moments in our lives it isnecessary to ask God for guidance, but it should be unnecessary tobe constantly saying,
"Oh, Lord, direct me in this, and in that." 
Ofcourse He will, and in fact, He is doing it already! If our everydaydecisions are not according to His will, He will press through them,bringing restraint to our spirit. Then we must be quiet and wait for thedirection of His presence.
Spiritual Word of the Month
Customer of the Month
This month we would like to congratulate
Katie Waxer of Recruiter Solutions Group
as the
July KCC Customer of the month!
Katie Waxer has been helping families foryears by giving the tech-smart person in thehousehold what they need- a good steadypaycheck. Specializing in technical recruiting,RSG Worldwide, based in Alpharetta, hasbeen one of the leaders in job placement in thetechnical field for 5 years. They have manyheavy hitting clients looking for just thetechnical skills you possess from desktopsupport, to programming, to databasemanagement. If you would like to talk to Katieand her staff about getting a now tech jobtoday, please contact her at the number below
(770) 521-8890 
the excess energy into its internal battery and only let what the pc feels is safe energy to get in. this problem plaguespeople living near mountains that have a lot of lightning so I recommend a UPS in these areas.Shorts in electrical sockets means that too many appliances are fighting for the same source and the socketexplodes. A UPS can prevent this from affecting your computer but immediately stopping the bad flow of data from gettingto the computer and turning on its own source of clean power and giving that to the PC for up to 1 hour depending on whichUPS you buy. Home PCS usually use APC products that give 18 minutes worth of battery backup in case of a power lossand protection from brownouts and power surges. They usually cost $80 in retail stores Home offices and smallcorporate centers will use a stronger product that last up to 2 hours on no power. These retail for about $300. Whicheverproduct you get rest assured that you and your data will be the better consumers for it.
Batteries NOT included.. (cont.)
FREE Software of the Month
Spyware Doctor 4.0 - What’s new in this release?
New Instant Messenger (IM) Guard Tool
A new OnGuard real-time protection tool, IM Guard, protectsusers of Instant Messaging applications such as MSNMessenger from access to any potentially malicious URLsreceived. Such URLs can lead to phishing sites or sites whichattempt to exploit your web browser.
New Ability to remove challenging new threats designedto elude elimination 
Some recent malware infections areinstalled as drivers which protect themselves from removal andalong with other installed drivers, are protected from deletion bythe operating system. However, Spyware Doctor has thecapability of removing these malicious driver threats. Spyware Doctor is also capable of removing threats that attempt toshut down the Spyware Doctor application itself.
New Enhanced Ignore List with added security features
The Ignore List is used to prevent Spyware Doctor fromdetecting specific items that you wish to keep. However, some recent threats have been found to add themselves to theIgnore List in an attempt to compromise Spyware Doctor’s detection capabilities. Therefore, the security of the Ignore Listhas been enhanced and integrity checks implemented to prevent such threats from attempting to compromise SpywareDoctor’s effectiveness.
New Enhancements to scanning tools
Spyware Doctor includes significant enhancements to its scanning tools. TheDisk Scanner tool has the ability to detect and remove threats that attempt to avoid detection by using alternativecharacter formatting. The Browser Activity Scanner is now also able to detect potentially malicious cookies stored byMozilla Firefox web browser.
New A System Restore point feature 
Spyware Doctor provides the option of creating a Windows System Restore pointprior to threat removal. This works as a supplementary feature to Spyware Doctor's own Quarantine and Restore features.
Tips of the month
How Do I Do a "Repair Installation"?
Configure your computer to start from the CD-ROM drive. For moreinformation about how to do this, please refer to your computer'sdocumentation or contact your computer manufacturer.Insert your Windows XP compact disc (CD) into your CD-ROM drive orDVD-ROM drive, and then restart your computer.(You can also boot with a Windows 98/Me Startup disk with CD supportand run WINNT.EXE in the I386 folder on the CD)When the "Press any key to boot from CD" message is displayed onyour screen, press a key to start your computer from the Windows XPCD.When you see the following message displayed on the Welcome toSetup screen, press ENTER:To setup Windows XP now, press ENTER.At this point an option to press R to enter the Recovery Console isdisplayed. Do not select this option.On the Windows XP Licensing Agreement screen, press F8 to agree tothe license agreement.Make sure that your current installation of Windows XP is selected in thebox, and then press the R key to repair Windows XP.Follow the instructions on the screen to complete Setup

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