Chris Pirillo Video: Fingerprint Security Hardware

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Chris Pirillo is the founder of the tech blogging network, Lockergnome and previously served as host of TechTV’s Call for Help show. Chris’s insightful and entertaining how to videos will now be featured in the PC Pitstop newsletters and highlighted at techtalk.pcpitstop.com and pcpitstop.com.

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2 thoughts on “Chris Pirillo Video: Fingerprint Security Hardware

  1. I have a question that keeps coming up and unfortunately I don’t know the answer but the fact is true, When I installed Windows XP-SP1 along with Nortons NIS 2002 and Office Xp the computer was fast even with 256MB of memory. In todays day that will not function mainly because all the applications require 100+ of your sytem resources. In todays settings using Windows XP-SP3 with Nortons NIS 2010 and Office 2007, you need 10 times the hard drive space, 10 times the memory and of course 10 times the processor speed, this is not progress but rather a way to let third parties make money off of you. Can you correct me on this. It is simple, my computer when I bought it in 98 ran great with no glitches until 2001 and this was a 20 gig hard drive with a 450 processor and 128 of memory which was 3 times more then that of 97.
    I know that every time you get a fix or update something is going to slow down but lets take into consideration the risk, when can keep the computer running with no updates and fixes just fine but the problem falls that the person that degigns a program also designs the failures, this failures of course brings them more resources from our lost rsources, think about it.

  2. I have three microsoft fingerprint readers.
    After upgrading to win 7 pro I can no longer use the fingerprint readers for the same reasons you stated in your video. I contacted microsft support and they said that win 7 conflicts with the fingerprint readers so they were not supporting it for win 7.
    S.O.L.

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