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    • What is NSFNET?

      What is NSFNET?

      The National Science Foundation Network (NSFNET) was a set of high-speed networks that the National Science Foundation networked together and funded from 1986 to 1995. The network was a backbone that consisted of 21 nodes that were connected via a 45 Mbps connection across the continental United States. A number of mid-level campus and local

    • How to Uninstall Google Chrome

      How to Uninstall Google Chrome

      The process of uninstalling Google Chrome depends on the operating system. Uninstalling Google Chrome for Windows Uninstalling Google Chrome for Windows via the automatic uninstaller is a very simple process. Follow these steps to uninstall Google Chrome for Windows: 1. Go to the Windows  Start menu, click All Programs, click Google Chrome, then click Uninstall Google

    • How to Recover Deleted E-Mails from Outlook Express

      How to Recover Deleted E-Mails from Outlook Express

      There is generally no way to recover deleted emails from Outlook Express. However, there are some exceptions to this. Outlook users may normally delete each email after reading it. While doing this, the user may discover that he/she accidentally deleted an email that was important. If his/her Outlook Express account is set up to automatically

    • How to Delete History on Firefox

      How to Delete History on Firefox

      Mozilla Firefox is a web browser that the Mozilla Foundation runs and NetScape owns, which allows users to browse the Internet, access email, and use a wide variety of plug-ins and add-ons that are not available on any other browser. Mozilla Firefox was created to provide users with more support and functionality than other web

    • How to Do an MLA Format

      How to Do an MLA Format

      The MLA (Modern Language Association) format is a writing format that journalists and other writers use when writing professional documents such as research papers, journals, and manuals. The MLA format consists of regulations designed to assist the writer to structure a Works Cited page, in-text citations, footnotes, and any other mention of a direct source.

    • Email Address

      Email Address

      An email address is where electronic mail is sent from and received. An email address has a specific location on the Internet which can be found by other servers and networks fairly easy. There are a few components to an email address and they are standard throughout the internet. The first part of an email

    • How Do I Find Out Who Owns an Email Address?

      How Do I Find Out Who Owns an Email Address?

      Finding someone’s email address can be quite difficult, but finding out who owns a specific email address is rather easy. While email and the Internet has provided millions of people a way to stay connected to each other, it also means that each person on the Internet leaves a footprint behind that shows who they

    • Internet Explorer Stored Password Recovery

      Internet Explorer Stored Password Recovery

      Internet Explorer Stored Password Recovery refers to a system used by Internet Explorer to temporarily store usernames and passwords for the user’s convenience. Internet Explorer Stored Password Recovery is used for AutoComplete purposes in order to automatically fill in user identification fields whenever the user visits a previously accessed webpage. While Internet Explorer Stored Password

    • How Do You Make a Heart on Facebook?

      How Do You Make a Heart on Facebook?

      Facebook users often see the heart symbol “?” on status updates and want to know how to apply it to their own updates. The process is simple and can be accomplished in three ways: Direct Input into Facebook The fastest way to enter the heart character on Facebook is to use the less than three

    • Internet Bots

      Internet Bots

      An Internet Bot is a software application that does repetitive and automated tasks in the Internet that would otherwise take humans a long time to do. The most common Internet bots are the spider bots which are used for web server analyses and file data gathering. Bots are also used to provide the required higher

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