- Installing Other (Non-Western) Languages into Windows 2000: A Step-by-Step Guide and Installing Other (non-Western) Languages into Windows XP: a Step-by-Step Guide. Step-by-step instructions with screenshots provided by Robert Smitheram on how to get non-Western languages, such as Chinese and Japanese, to work in Windows 2000 and XP. Also see his instructions for how to configure Chinese -- particularly the Pinyin input method -- for Traditional Chinese: Using (non-Western) Languages into Windows 2000: a Step-by-Step Guide.
- Installing East Asian Language Support Under Windows XP. Robert Y. Eng's step-by-step instructions, along with other instructions: Installing East Asian Language Support Under Windows 2000 Professional and Writing Chinese Under Windows 2000 Professional/XP.
- How to Display and Edit Chinese on English Windows Systems. Jun Da's helpful, online tutorial on how to use the resources available on the Internet to add Chinese capability to your English Windows9x/2000/NT4/XP system. For those using Macs, see his Working with Chinese on the Mac Operating System (for Mac OS 7.5 or higher).
- Chinese Mac. Comprehensive, up-to-date website for users of Chinese on the Apple Macintosh; a source of current information as well as a resource for owners of older Macs. Covers System 7 up to Mac OS X 10.4 and beyond. Maintained by Eric Rasmussen, based on the discussions at the Chinese-Mac Google Group. (Thanks to earlier tips from Jeffrey Hayden and Zev Handel via Betsy (Luebbe) Garrett.)
- Reading and Writing Chinese Characters and Pinyin on the Web Using Unicode. Helmer Aslaksen's webpage with tips on using Unicode fonts for Chinese and Pinyin romanization with tone diacritics. Encoding on that webpage is UTF-8, which enables use of a Chinese font for Chinese characters and Times New Roman for the rest, including Pinyin with tone diacritics.
- Unicode and Chinese Character Sets and Internal Codes. This website's information and links.
- CERT Coordination Center. From Carnagie Mellon, this is one important website to check regarding up-to-date information and alerts on computer worms, computer viruses, etc. See, for example, CERT Advisories for information on the most recent computer viruses. (See also CIAC below.)
Up-to-date information and downloadables are also available from virus detection software vendors: McAfee | F-Security Virus Information Center | Symantec's SARC - Virus Encyclopedia | Trend Micro Virus Information downloading of software, including updated virus detection and removal software) | (etc.)