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    • How to Block Websites

      How to Block Websites

      Most Internet users need to block websites at some point. Reasons for doing so include keeping known malicious or spam-ridden sites from being loaded onto the computer and preventing children from accessing adult or other content. Users may block a website via existing tools or browser options on the computer, third party applications, or browser

    • How to Install Joomla

      How to Install Joomla

      Joomla is a popular content management system meant to make building web sites easier and faster. To install Joomla you will need the following basic requirements met: A web host with a database (MySQL), web server (usually Apache), PHP A domain name under which you would install Joomla, unless this is a local install on

    • How to Use SCP

      How to Use SCP

      What is SCP SCP, or Secure Copy, is a protocol made for sharing files in a secure manner. SCP is similar to FTP, but is designed more for security and authentication than easy access. The SCP protocol runs on port 22 and uses both BSD RCP and SSH to protect the files that are being

    • How to Reinstall Internet Explorer

      How to Reinstall Internet Explorer

      The most popular Internet web browser is Microsoft Internet Explorer, commonly referred to as IE. Currently, the newest version of IE is IE7. Sometimes computer users have difficulty with their computer or web browser (MS Internet Explorer). During these times, they should reinstall Internet Explorer in order to troubleshoot or determine the cause of the

    • How to Change a Facebook Layout

      How to Change a Facebook Layout

      Changing a Facebook layout at the moment is only possible through single sided, third party applications. Most of the services that allow this only work on the user’s side and no one else is able to see any of the changes that have been made. It is important to note that a majority of the

    • How Do I Setup My Own Email Address?

      How Do I Setup My Own Email Address?

      Although the vast majority of people worldwide now have an email address, if not several email addresses, there are still a large number of people that have not yet joined the rest of us in email communication. Some people simply do not want an email address while others desire to use email but either do

    • IMAP (Internet Message Access Protocol)

      IMAP (Internet Message Access Protocol)

      IMAP (Internet Message Access Protocol) is one of the most commonly used protocols by industry for accessing email through a web browser. IMAP is now supported by all major email providers and mail servers and is commonly used in parallel with POP (Post Office Protocol) for end-users who prefer to use email client software such

    • HTTP

      HTTP

      HTTP, or the Hyptertext Transfer Protocol, is defined as an application based set of rules, or protocol, which is used to transfer files. These transfers can range from text, graphics, image, audio, multimedia, or video files and are sent via the World Wide Web. The HTTP definition provides the rules or guidelines for how the

    • How to Copy iTunes to Another PC

      How to Copy iTunes to Another PC

      Are you one of the millions who have stored iTunes music on your PC? Are you now switching to a new PC? If so, you obviously want to take your music with you. Here are some simple tips for copying iTunes to another PC. If you have already visited apple.com or the iTunes Web site,

    • Browser Toolbar

      Browser Toolbar

      A browser toolbar is a type of browser extension. Browser toolbars add additional buttons to the browser interface to accomplish frequently used tasks. Popular Browser Toolbars Google Toolbar Features: Google Suggest – Get query suggestions as you type in the search box Spell Check – Check your spelling whenever you type in web forms AutoFill

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