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    • 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

    • Multi-Search Engines

      Multi-Search Engines

      A multi-search engine combines many search engines into one unified search engine. It is a fast and comprehensive way of casting a wide net on the Word Wide Web. There are thousands of search engines on the Internet. Although some are quite good, none of them is comprehensive. Some may use a small database to

    • Intranet

      Intranet

      An intranet is usually described as an internal or restricted access network that is similar to functionality as the internet, but is only available to an organization internally. For instance if your organization would like to share specific information such as documents, any current announcements, new product details etc, but only allow those computers in

    • Where Are Visited Links Stored?

      Where Are Visited Links Stored?

      If you use Microsoft’s Internet Explorer, you probably have realized that for web pages you have already visited, these links are no longer blue, but purple. Every time you click on a blue link, when you return to that page within a short period of time (usually less than three weeks) the link will be

    • How to Change a Yahoo! ID

      How to Change a Yahoo! ID

      Yahoo users may not need to change their Yahoo ID as Yahoo allows more than one Yahoo ID integrated per user. This means the user can register another one (maybe two or three) and share the list of friends, the address book, and even the inbox. In order to do that, go to the Yahoo

    • Deep Web

      Deep Web

      The terms Deep Web, Hidden Web, Invisible web and Deep Net describe the portion of the World Wide Web that is not visible to the public or has not been indexed by the search engines. Some portions of the deep web consist of dynamic pages accessible only via a form or submitted query. Web pages

    • Where to Find Free Chat Rooms

      Where to Find Free Chat Rooms

      It is necessary to think about your preferences before looking for the chat rooms best suited for your needs. For instance, you may enjoy typing, or may feel it apt to play a game right from your browser when conversations get monotonous. You may get tired of typing and want to switch to voice or

    • Browser Address Error Redirector

      Browser Address Error Redirector

      Nearly every Internet connected computer uses a web browser to navigate the Internet. It does not matter which browser is being used, in most cases a browser error redirector will be in place in the event that the browser is directed to a page that does not exist somewhere on a domain. This error allows

    • How to Load Multiple Web Pages Automatically on Opening a Browser

      How to Load Multiple Web Pages Automatically on Opening a Browser

      We all have those few favored websites which we open every morning when we first log into our computer. Therefore, wouldn’t it ease your work if you could just click open a web browser and all your favored websites load automatically? Of course, yes! Every major web browser offers an option to load multiple web

    • How to Export MSN Favorites

      How to Export MSN Favorites

      Most people that use MSN take advantage of its book marking feature called MSN Favorites. MSN users who come across a great website can easily save the address to visit it later with a simple mouse click. One way in which MSN goes beyond the traditional browser favorites feature is that it allows users to

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