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  • How To Get Help With Your Computer Issues When You Need It  By : Gregg Hall
    Whether you have the best computer or worst everyone that owns a computer sees and knows about computer problems. That's why there is a thing called tech support so people that don't know how to fix there computers can call someone and have them come out and work on it.
  • Always get a Microsoft Certified Technician for your Computer Repair  By : Allen_Jo
    Benefit of a certified professional for your PC Support is that your system gets corrected soon. The resolution time gets decreased in case of certified person. On the other hand, a non professional guy undertakes experimentation with your PC which can prove harmful. A non professional guy tries to fill his pockets by making a mountain of a mole hill. For instance, he can give you substandard devices instead of original ones.
  • Face Training: Takes Years Off You!!  By : cade
    Nintendo DS game called Face Training is promoting a game that can "improve your appearance as well as your vision”.
  • Is The Used Computer Of Any Use  By : Victor Epand
    This article will guide you in making the best deal with Used Computers.
  • Computer Repair: From Settings and Preferences to Viruses and Crashes  By : Thomas Husnik
    With the extent with which we use computers today ' for both professional and personal use ' it's safe to say we've all encountered the need for computer repair in some form. Whether it's spyware or a network crash, computer repair is what can save us from slowed computer performance, corrupted files, data loss, and time wasted.
  • 3 Reasons Why Excel Training Courses For Employees Can Improve Your Business  By : Christine Harrell
    Here you'll learn about several very important reasons how Excel training can make a big impact on employee and company productivity.
  • Quick Microsoft Access Course: Creating an Inventory Control Database in 8 Simple Steps  By : Christine Harrell
    After taking this Quick Microsoft Access Course, you'll be able to use the Access wizard to create a variety of smart databases to manage the various aspects of your business.
  • Quick MS Access Training: Creating Custom Database Tables in 12 Simple Steps  By : Christine Harrell
    This quick MS Access training article will teach you how to personalize your database with additional tables in just 12 easy steps.
  • Computer Hacking Forensic Investigation Expert  By : Wolfgang Jaegel
    The information technology as well as the internet has now become an integral part of any work place and business organization, no matter it is small, medium, or large set ups. But, it is now often seen that the technology is misused and many organizations are not able to detect or respond to a cyber crime in an effective way. Here comes the importance of computer forensics investigators.
  • Common NTP Server Terminology Explained  By : David Evans
    This article attempts to explain in simple language some of the terminology used in computer timing applications.
  • Get MCSE Certified Easily And Quickly  By : joey
    Like over 800,000 other people, I spent an incredible amount of time and effort studying to be an MCSE (Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer). I took six classes, studied several books from cover to cover, took practice tests and used the knowledge in my job and on my own time. Why did I do all of this? Because I wanted to have one of the most prestigious certifications in the field - the MCSE!
  • Maintaining Precise Time On Your Computer by Utilising NTP Servers  By : David Evans
    This article describes how Internet or Intranet based NTP servers can be utilised to maintain accurate time on a computer system.
  • Things You Need To Know Before Choosing Your Video Card For Your Computer  By : Gregg Hall
    The video card in your computer is what gives you the ability to game and be able to see things. The video card or graphics card is what produces images and lets you play all those games that you want to play all the time. It is what lets you watch videos and things like that.
  • eBoostr: ReadyBoost for Windows XP  By : Steve Bralovich
    eBoostr betters the speed of a PC or laptop without having to upgrade its internal components or the operating system. Using USB flash pen memory drives or flash memory cards, permits Windows XP to access hard drives to a much lesser extent. This results in upgraded performance and responsiveness of Windows XP and all running applications.
  • Copy Old Files to New Computer  By : brainbox
    Now that you have a new computer your probably wondering how to copy those old files over to your new computer. We will show you how.
  • Have You Made the Switch from Desktop to Laptop? What You Need to Know…  By : Robert Thomson
    If you're one of the million who have given up bulky desktop computers altogether for the sleeker, lighter, more versatile laptop, there are a few things you should consider if you haven't already.
  • Cheap Computer Repair Does not Mean Bad Computer Repair  By : brainbox
    Finding cheap computer repair online is easy. You do need to learn the warning signs of bad computer repair compaines first.
  • PPTP and HTTP Port Forwarding with Static NAT on a Cisco Router  By : Don R. Crawley
    In this brief article, you'll learn how to configure PPTP and HTTP port forwarding on a Cisco router using static NAT to allow Internet users to connect to internal resources.
  • Access Your PC from the Road  By : Yadav
    Have you ever sat in front of your computer and wished you could show someone else what appeared on your screen?

    Maybe you were experiencing a problem, or couldn't figure out how to make something work, but you knew if someone else could see what was happening on your screen, they could help you fix the problem immediately.
  • Which of These Computer Performance Tips Are You Ignoring?  By : Jason Bell
    PC Registry Repair is devoted to providing you with the most thorough registry repair software reviews on the internet. We have done the research so you don't have to!
  • The Fastest Way to Fix Registry Problems  By : Ben Matthews
    Do you find that you are losing your computing speed gradually? It is indeed very frustrating when your computer starts to become sluggish, which becomes a serious matter.
  • How to Fix Corrupt Registry Files  By : Ben Matthews
    The information related to your hardware and software is contained in the files of your Windows registry.
  • Planning for Regulation in the Data Centre - How Far will Environmental Regulation Go?  By : Shaun Parker
    This article examines how environmental regulation will affect the data centre industry and what steps can be taken beforehand to reduce your data centre's carbon footprint.
  • Bypass Work Security Features Using A Proxy  By : Daniel Millions
    Are you blocked from viewing a website from work or at school? Learn how to leverage a proxy to your advantage and gain access to any website.
  • Everything Is An Android  By : Catherine Harvey
    A look at the way computer solutions affect each and every one of us, regardless of how up on technology we are.
  • 5 Tips To Help You Repair Slow Computer Speed  By : Ed Lathrop
    Trying to keep your computer's speed at 100% is an endless task these days! Your computer is under constant attack from outside forces whose mission is to steal valuable resources. Here are 5 steps you can follow that will get and keep your computer sailing along at peak speed and efficiency.
  • Cisco Memory Can Help Stretch Your IT Budget  By : Chris Robertson
    It makes financial sense to maximize the efficiency of your current network through upgrades, rather than to purchase completely new systems. Here's why.
  • Bypassing Internet Filters: A Tutorial  By : Chad Kiser
    For every Internet filter or blocking tool, there's always a way to get around it. Much as parents and schools and employers would like to keep folks from viewing sites like MySpace, YouTube and other sites, anyone with even a minimal amount of knowledge can bypass the basic Internet filters normally used to click access to websites
  • The Aged 50 Plus - Home Computer Optimization Situation  By : Ronald Hudkins
    Reviews the fears the over fifty crowd is faced with when it comes to optimizing their home computer to perform at optimal efficiency. Provides an alternative solution that allows anyone to learn how to effectively tune-up their computer without the use of expensive software or the services of high paid technicians.
  • For Women Only: Your Computer Usage Could Cost You Your Job  By : Chris Robertson
    There's no arguing that computers enrich our lives and provide us with options our mothers never dreamed of. As women, though, computers can also be our downfall at work.
  • How to Configure a Windows NTP Network Time Server  By : Richard Williams
    This article describes how to configure Windows 2000 to act as an authoritative time server using NTP (Network Time Protocol).
  • What is a MAC Address?  By : Robert Thomson
    MAC addresses are an example of an address that resides on the datalink layer of an OSI model.
  • Retreive Deleted Photos: The Fact That Trash Exposes  By : Ed Opperman
    If you recover deleted pics, you may also be able to solve a number of mysteries especially if you want to prove online infidelity or other malicious activities done by persons you know.
  • Why Device Drivers Are Important To Your Computer  By : Ronald Hudkins
    Overviews how a device driver (computer peripheral) or software driver (computer programs) allow higher-level computer programs to interact. Covers what the driver is, its purpose and how to keep a computer optimized with the correct driver(s).
  • PC Speed Up Tips - How To Restore Your PC Back To Health  By : Jason Bell
    Every day that your computer is in use is one more day that it is open to viruses, spyware, malware, and all sorts of other malicious software programs hell bent on impairing the performance of your PC. Generally speaking, almost every PC performance issue circles back to viruses and spyware. So, knowing that, where do you think is best place to begin when trying to restore a computer? Security, of course!
  • History of Horology; Sundials to Atomic Clocks  By : Richard Williams
    Thisa rticel examines the history of horology from early sundials to the modern atomic clock and NTP GPS time servers.
  • How to Create and Manage Access-Control Lists on Cisco ASA and PIX Firewalls  By : Don R. Crawley
    Learn the fundamentals of building and managing access-control lists on a Cisco ASA or PIX firewall in this soundtraining.net "How-to" guide.
  • Find Out How to Save Money on Computer Repair  By : brainbox
    When it comes to computer repair there are few things you should know before selecting what kind of company to go with.
  • The Network Time Protocol (NTP)  By : David Evans
    This article briefly outlines the operation of NTP and some of the terminology associated with the protocol.
  • How to Transfer Programs From Old Computers To a New Computer  By : brainbox
    Find out how to do a program tranfer to your new Vista computer. The Windows Easy Data transfer is great at tranfering over user settings and personal files but can not transfer over programs.
  • Computer Time Servers  By : David Evans
    A time server is a computer server that obtains precise timing information from an external hardware clock and provides this information to clients across a computer network.
  • Computer to Computer Transfer of Files  By : brainbox
    Learn what the best methods for transfer data from your old computer to your new computer are. Transfering files from XP to Vista does not have to be hard when you know how to do it.
  • Get CCNA Certification In Days  By : joey
    Get CCNA Certification in 7 days - We pass our CCNA clients daily! CCNA 100% Pass! Get CCNA Certified Today!
  • Dust: The Computer Killer  By : richard n williams
    This article explains how to protect your computer systems from dust.
  • Computer Fires: How Vulnerable is Your PC?  By : richard n williams
    This article explains the potential dangers posed by computer equipment and gives advice on ways to eliminate it.
  • PCs in Industry - Protecting your Hardware  By : richard n williams
    This article explores the best way of protecting computer equipment in factories, warehouses and other unstable environments.
  • Synchronising PC Time to an Internet NTP Server  By : David Evans
    This article discusses ways in which you can maintain continuously accurate system time on your computer system. It looks at how Internet time references and NTP servers can be utilised for computer time synchronisation.
  • The Simple Solution to PC Registry Repair  By : Ronald Hudkins
    Overviews two simple solutions in optimizing a PC registry to maintain peak computer performance. Also covers some basic considerations to be made when choosing a registry cleaning software and taking full advantage of other measures available for maximized PC performance.
  • How To Easily Restore Your Deleted Files  By : Steven Cancel
    Great information about how file recovery works from both a software and physical aspect.
  • Why is My PC Slow? Answering the Question  By : Kris Mainieri
    Over time, you may notice your PC isn't running as fast as it used to. Discover tips to help increase your computer's performance.
  • Typing Games: Choosing The Right One  By : Charles White
    Typing is an essential step when one is in front of a computer. You need this skill to utilize the computer. To make things simpler, especially if you are beginners, typing games have been created to enhance your skills in typing. Typing softwares are available for practice for all ages.
  • Repair Your Computer Registry--Stop Freezing And Slow Running  By : John Mowatt
    Cure slow running and freezing in your computer.Use a registry cleaner application to remove all unecessary material from the registry. Alternatively you can remove the unwanted material manually yourself. The registry is the data base your operating system uses to run your computer. Over time it becomes contaminated with fragments of data from many sources. These must be removed to get the computer back to efficient operating condition.
  • Digital Tips - A Very Easy Way to Store Data  By : Sivakorn Siricharoensataporn
    Digital is a very broad term that refers to all digital information that is used in items related to computer usage such as digital audio recorders, digital cameras and any other computing item.
  • Where Can I Download Free Fonts  By : Robert Thomson
    Free fonts are amongst the most popular downloads for entry level and professional graphic designers and typographers. They can provide a way for designers to express themselves uniquely without having to create a new font themselves or spend a lot of money purchasing a high priced professionally designed font for use only once or twice.
  • Choosing Air Conditioning Units For Your Server or Computer Room  By : Bert Blunzon
    When it comes to being comfortable and keeping your equipment safe, having a properly cooled room is essential. Computer systems, servers, communications equipment and data are all vulnerable to heat. But computer room air conditioning can help prevent an overheated room that can potentially shut your operation down and damage your data.



    While there are numerous options you have to take into consideration, the best option available is portable air conditioning units. There are a number of ways you will benefit from having a small portable air conditioner in your office. It can freshen the air, maintain a nice and cool climate, it is easy to move around, and it can keep all of your equipment safe from overheating.



    Portable air conditioners are designed to condition the air by changing the temperature and humidity of your office. While all units you look at will cool the air, there are many that can be adjusted to control the humidity while filtering the air as well. Not only will this keep you cool and relaxed, but it will clean the air that you breathe as well.



    As mentioned, most portable systems are much smaller and capable of being moved from room to room. There are many different sizes and styles to choose from giving you several options. This way you can find the perfect sized unit for your computer room.



    It is vital you know the size of room you want to put the unit in so you can purchase an appropriately sized unit. The problem with purchasing an oversized model is that it can use too much energy or cycle too often for your needs. You want the air conditioning for server rooms to easily condition the room without overtaxing the system



    With the appropriate amount of research you will be able to find a computer room air conditioner that meets your needs. If you are concerned about the air in your office, look for a unit with some kind of filtration system. Some air conditioners have dehumidifiers with an attached receptacle while others may have a drainage system requiring far less work. But many come with some kind of filtration system to help remove airborne particles that contribute to allergies and dust.



    Another benefit of purchasing portable air conditioning units is the price. They tend to be far less than an actual air conditioning unit for the house. It depends on what features you are looking for with your unit, but you can find units as low as $400 for your office. If you are looking for the most advanced features there is to offer, there are portable air conditioners that run as high as $10,000.



    When it comes to working efficiently in your office, having a portable air conditioner is essential. It can keep you cool, clean the air, and keep all of your data and equipment safe from overheating. And with a wide array of options to choose from, you are sure to find the perfect computer room air conditioner for you.
  • Save Money When Buying A New Computer!  By : Bobby Dhanoa
    Looking to buy a new computer?

    Overwhelmed by all of the options available to you?

    Stressed by the high cost of computers today?
  • Galileo: an End to GPS Time Signal and Positioning Domination  By : richard n williams
    This article explores the next generation of Global Navigation Satellite Systems and how it will effect current GPS technology.
  • Technology and the Importance of Time  By : richard n williams
    This article explores the concept of time, how it is measured and how our technologies have required more and more accurate ways of measuring time.
  • Define Port Forwarding  By : Robert Thomson
    Port forwarding, often referred to as .tunnelling. is the forwarding of network ports from one network device to another. This is commonly done using a NAT (network address translation) enabled router or server and another computer within the local network.
  • What Dust can do to your Computer and Other Electrical Equipments  By : Robert Thomson
    I am sure we have all passed our fingers down a plane to check if it wants a clean. That tell tale streak of dust that we remove tell us its time for a little spit and polish.
  • Overclocking Gaming Laptops: Getting Higher Performances For Less Money  By : Titus Hoskins
    Many gamers and computer enthusiasts use "Overclocking" to achieve higher performances from their computers for less money. Learn about overclocking and discover how you can also get higher performances for less money...
  • What are Molex Connectors  By : Robert Thomson
    A Molex connector is a lingo term used to refer to a type of connector used in microcomputers. The Molex connector was designed by Molex. Molex is a large electronic component manufacturing company founded in 1938.
  • What does 'This device cannot start. Code 10 in audio driver' mean?  By : Robert Thomson
    If you receive the Windows error "This device cannot start. Code 10 in audio driver”, it means that you have a bad, missing or incompatible driver for your sound card.
  • Sony Ericsson super-mobile phones on their way - C905, X1 and 'Hecaro'  By : Matt Sharp

    As we bowl headlong into the second half of 2008, Sony Ericsson have some ground to make up against their competition. So, what super-powered mobile phones can we expect to see from the big Swedish/Japanese joint venture?


    Sony Ericsson C905 - Winning the camera phone battle


  • The war of the 8 megapixel camera phones - Samsung i8510 vs Sony Ericsson C905  By : Matt Sharp

    The 5 megapixel camera phone is SO 2007, because in 2008, we'll see mobile phones with 8 megapixel cameras built in. Leading the charge are two bitter rivals, the Samsung i8510 and the Sony Ericsson C905.


    Sony Ericsson C905 - Cyber-Shot powered goodness


    Announced i

  • Alien ware  By : The Alienware Guy The Alienware Guy
    Alienware

    If you are looking for gaming computers you will have to get an Alien ware, because it is out of this world. Only the best is used in the Alien ware, and the best processor for the job is the Intel Core 2 Duo, the Quad and the Extreme. This will obviously alter the price of the desktop you get, where Extreme will be top of the line and more expensive. The simple thing to remember, the better and faster, the more you pay, so if you want best and fast, pay a bit more and sit with less
  • How Computers Are Taking Over The Work Place! Nowhere Is Safe!  By : Robert Thomson
    See how computers are monitoring our every movement, even at work!
  • Using an Off line UPS Battery Backup and APC UPS Backup Battery Tester to Protect Data  By : Elliott Turner
    This article explains the importance of using an UPS system to prevent data loss. Also the importance of testing the UPS batteries contained in the UPS system.
  • 10 Rules To Follow After A Hard Drive Crash  By : Sonny Felker
    There are so many reasons due to which data can be lost.
  • NTP - Understanding Computer Timestamps  By : richard n williams
    This article explores computer time synchrosization
  • Product Liability Computer Forensics Secrets  By : Steve Burgess
    Our intrepid expert tracks down the facts in a computer forensics case, braves the Green Beret, weathers a pointed graphic, and helps to win the day.
  • UTC – A global Timescale  By : richard n williams
    Coodinated Universal Time Explained
  • To Prevent A Hard Drive Repair by Cooling Your Hard Drive  By : Sonny Felker
    To prevent your hard drive from overheating, you should always make sure that it is cooled properly and well ventilated.
  • Marketing Affiliates: Kick-Start Legitimate Internet Businesses With These Pointers  By : Francina Smit
    Did you know that most marketing affiliates do not make any money with legitimate Internet businesses? This industry currently has a 95% failure rate. It is a rather astounding number when you step back and look at it.
  • Using Legacy System Integration to Reduce Risk and Costs  By : Alicia Hilton
    Legacy system integration can be defined as reusing existing legacy systems and applications by integrating them with newly developed enterprise applications. Legacy system integration provides a non-intrusive method of reusing existing mission-critical applications that reside on legacy systems such as the mainframe or AS/400. Reclaiming these existing resources has many advantages, including reduced risk and significant cost savings.
  • It's Time to Clean Your PC- Yes it is!  By : aaroah sunil
    I was worried when my PC began to slow down, and I thought this was it, another attack by some unknown foreign species! But then I did not lose heart as I would have normally, I checked the net and found some really good sites that told me that it's time that I freshen up my PC. So here are some of the expert tips that I gathered and things that I learnt through trial and error that can help in cleaning and speeding up your PC.

    * Install a proper anti-virus software agent and run an out a
  • IP Video Surveillance Solutions for Gas Stations  By : Wes Fernley
    Security is a major part of any gas station. In this day of self-service, the threat of drive-offs is unfortunately high. An IP video surveillance system using network cameras can help to mitigate the threat of drive-offs and help to protect your gas station, as well as attached convenience stores.
  • The guidelines of website design all website design companies should know  By : norman
    If you plan on hiring any of the popular website design companies in the market today, make sure they know these elements of design. These are the basic rules while designing any site and all website design companies should know about these!- http://www.website-designcompany.com
  • NTP Server Systems: How to Decode the DCF-77 Time Signal  By : David Evans
    This article describes how the DCF-77 signal can be decoded to provide an accurate time reference for NTP servers and other computer timing applications.
  • How to Decide Whether to Rent Lease or Buy a Computer  By : Wanda Pan
    When most people hear talk about “buying” versus “leasing” they usually think of a car purchase or some sort of real estate agreement. However, small business owners have to think about, and decide between, these terms all the time, and relating to almost everything the work with – buildings, vehicles, equipment for the factory floors and computers for the office.
  • A PC in the modern home  By : Paul Orams
    This article covers some of the highs and lows of having a PC in the modern home.
  • 5 Simple Ways to Speed Up Your PC  By : Auslogics Team
    Auslogics Disk Defrag will defragment your computer disks and speed up your system. It's designed for fast optimization of today's modern hard disks. Get the maximum performance out of your expensive hardware investments. And it's absolutely FREE.
  • Shopping For A Computer: Things To Consider  By : Jean Wilkinson
    Buying a Computer is the first step that anyone must take to join the Computer and Internet Revolution.
  • Beware Of Low Cost Or Flat Fee Ads For Computer Repair Services  By : Arthor Penz
    Our advice to you is to call several different vendors and ask questions and get references before making a decision. Be very leery of employing part time technicians who are working on the side.
  • Eight Computer Myths & Misconceptions  By : Dimi Petrova
    Think you know all there is to know about computers? Maybe—maybe not. There are a lot of misconceptions out there about these machines we live with, work with, and play with—and you might not know your PC as well as you think. Here are just a few popular myths and misconceptions about computers.
  • Troubleshooting Computer Problems  By : Steven Magill
    When a computer overheats it will often suddenly shut down. It does this to protect itself from over heating any more. However, it doesn't tell you that there is a problem beforehand, and that it has to shut down. It just does it. If your computer is doing this regularly, it could be an overheating problem.
  • Computer Runs Slow--You May Have A Registry Problem  By : John Mowatt
    When you computer is new it runs at the full speed it was designed for. As time goes by the windows registry may become choked with unwanted dasta. This will slow down the computer noticeably and possibly cause freezing and rthe occasional crash. This unwanted material must be removed to get the computer running properly again. This can be done manually or with the use of a registry cleaner application. We tested them and show which one is best.
  • Where the J2EE Application Server Stands in the Scheme of Things  By : Hytech Professionals
    As the Java web servers of old housed servlets or JSPs, so J2EE application servers are the containers for Enterprise JavaBean (EJBs) framework components. That is, every J2EE application server provides a range of services to EJBs and manages their lifecycle. Understanding this architectural framework is core to working with the distributed-processing, multi-tier and Web-ready potential of the platform.
  • Laptop Or PC - What Should Your Next Computer Be?  By : Titus Hoskins
    So you need a new computer - but what will it be - a PC or Laptop? Here's a brief discussion on the pros and cons of owning each one. Become an educated buyer and you won't be disappointed.
  • Why You Should Not Scrimp on a New PC  By : Paul Orams
    If you use the PC for work then you will be far more productive with a decent spec one. Even if it’s just for home use, who wants to be sitting around for ages waiting for the PC to react to something or run a virus scan. The long and short of it is you get what you pay for but paying too little can be a complete waste of your hard earned cash.
  • Sony P-series Lifestyle PC  By : Chuck W
    Are you looking for a laptop that is small enough to fit in your pocket and is still useable enough for casual surfing and business presentations? Sony P-series Lifestyle PC might just be something that you are looking for.
  • Bring That Slow PC Back To Life  By : Arthor Penz
    Isn't it great to be working on a brand new computer? Everything is super fast and super responsive. You feel like the efficiency of your work is ten fold. Well the exact opposite can be true after computing on it for even a few months.
  • Laptop Buyers Guide - Should You Go With An HDD or SSD?  By : Titus Hoskins
    Recently, SSDs or Solid State Drives have been appearing in more and more computers - especially in laptops. What is a SSD? And why should you consider it for your next laptop, especially if you're buying a gaming laptop.
  • An Advanced Computer Services and Repair  By : john haug
    Computer Services and Repair is a term for any of activity related to Computer Service site for the World Wide Web or the intranet. Actually this includes static websites to dynamic website development. Computer Services and Repair includes e-commerce website, web design, web server configuration and web content development.
  • CCNA & CCNP Lab Suggestions  By : Cisco Kits
    Many people ask me what would make a good CCNA lab? Well, that can be a tricky question based upon your budget and future Cisco aspirations. So let’s start off with a few basic concepts I hope we can all agree on. Real Routers.
  • SPDIF - Digital Audio Format for Consumers  By : Robert Thomson
    SPDIF is a jump from professional audio formats to a more consumer-based digital format that is less expensive and easier to use. This digital audio format can be used in more equipment for home users. SPDIF allows the use of connectors and hardware that are not only cheaper but are also easier to use.
  • What You Need To Know About the Benefits of Online CAT Preparation  By : Eric Simmerman
    It was in March of 1986 that the Chicago Sun-Times reported on the latest advance in placement exams, reporting that the "standardized testing of college-level skills recently began its long-awaited shift into the realm of computers.
  • A Guide for Using LinkSys Passwords  By : Robert Thomson
    Managing your LinkSys password is crucial for anyone who utilizes this program or system. Prevent problems from occurring by correctly managing your LinkSys password.
  • Tips to a Healthy Computer  By : StacyP
    Are you sick and tired of fixing your computer? Do you feel like you waste too much time and money on repairs? Well, you’re in luck because we’re here to help! With these simple yet valuable tips, your computer won’t be an inconvenience anymore. Believe it or not, there are many little things you can do to prevent major computer catastrophes.
  • Proxy Settings in Firefox  By : Robert Thomson
    The first thing to do in order to apply proxy settings in Firefox is to have a proxy IP address. You can get one by searching on the Internet for public proxy servers. You may also subscribe to a professional proxy service. It is necessary to take note of the proxy's port number and the IP address. Other information such as country of the proxy may not be relevant anymore.

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