Welcome to WiFizard.com
I have worked on some Tutorials
for the users in my company. After having a huge success
with them I decided to share my experience with the
word. This is how the idea for WiFizard was born.
There are some few rules I trying to follow in my
work. The Tutorials / Pictorials
have to be simple and easy to understand even if you
are not English spiking. Each step is represented
with a screen shot. As you will notice my English
is not wonderful but I don’t care. The site is for
privet use. If you are about to complain about any
thing you can leave. I do this in my free time and
if there is no Tutorials today it
doesn’t mean tomorrow will be one. I do them depending
of the load of work I have (less work more Tutorials).
You are welcome to send me suggestion or questions
even requests for new Tutorials.
I don’t promise you anything but if the request is
interesting I’ll see.
I wish you great time on my site.
my ASCII2HEX conversion tool available now
P. S. Yesterday I was searching for
a tool to monitor my HDD well I now have few but the
tool that I run on and shocks me was a Windows XP
Prefetch Clean And Control (Tool for flushing the
Prefetch log and controlling the Prefetch Parameters)
it comes from Majorgeeks.com
but here I have a mirror just in case they stop supporting
the download. Give it a try it is a good staff. Download
My newest tutorials are:
"Running Web Server on your PDA"
Printer Installation for Pocket PC over Bluetooth Network"
for Internet Connection Sharing (ICS) on Windows XP
SP2 Systems with only one Network Interface Card (NIC)
or ADSL-Cable Modem and Generic Bluetooth adapter"
Bluetooth Personal Area Network (PAN) and Windows
XP SP2" updated 15.11.2004
128MB+ Wi-Fi CompactFlash on a HP iPAQ 2210"
ActiveSync over Wi-Fi"
Install, Run and Establish Partnership with ActiveSync
from: kpduty (http://discuss.cewindows.net)
tutorial . . . this is without a doubt the #1 question
I see on PPC websites. . .
"A picture is worth 1000 words"
from: Jack (http://davesipaq.com/forum)
I have to tell you...GREAT JOB!!
I enjoyed following the careful presentation you made.
It will be a help to folks!
from: Ian Saggers (http://communities2.microsoft.com)
is an AWESOME wizard. Many thanks for solving so many
of my problems in
from: Marc (http://www.ipaqabilities.com)
I haven't had a chance to set up ActiveSync over Wi-Fi
yet at home. I'll definately be using this as a guide
when I have a chance to set it up on my home PC. Been
successfully Bluetooth Syncing at home and work for
the longest time now that I have sorted out all those