Windows-Help.NET Newsletter 15 Sept. 2001, Vol 4 No. 37

In this issue:

w   America Hit By Terror
w   Web Site Updates
w   Administrivia


  America Hit By Terror

by Arie Slob

Hello Windows users,

I would like to express my heartfelt sorrow regarding the events that happened earlier this week. I have watched the events unfold on CNN just after the first aircraft hit the WTC. I watched in shock as this new and sad chapter in world history was unfolding. I want to extend my condolences to all who lost family or friends in this senseless tragedy.

Today, Friday September 14, has been declared National Day of Prayer and Remembrance for the Victims of the Terrorist Attacks on September 11, 2001. Here in Europe we held a three-minute silence at midday, and there were many church services being held.

If you want to donate money, I suggest doing so by visiting the Helping.Org Web site, which contains links to several organizations. Be aware that there are already some idiots out there who are trying to lure unsuspecting and generous people into a scam.

God bless you all.

Web Site Updates

These pages were added/updated in the past week. Information on previously updated/added pages is available on the What's New? page for 1 month.
Updated: Fatal Exception 0E Errors


Windows XP
Added: More On Windows XP Product Activation


Making Sense of the Madness

A call for affirmative action in the face of massive human tragedy.

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Microsoft Donates $10 Million for Disaster Relief

Microsoft announced that it is making a donation of $10 million in cash and technical services to support the relief and recovery efforts in New York City and other areas affected by the tragic events of September 11.

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More On Windows XP Product Activation

I have already explained the basics of Windows Product Activation (WPA) in this article. Now lets have a look how this will work in "real-life", and also note some changes Microsoft made to WPA.

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