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    • FIX: Google Chrome Freezing with Status Bar Message: Waiting for Cache…

      FIX: Google Chrome Freezing with Status Bar Message: Waiting for Cache…

      Recently, after an update, our Google Chrome browser started displaying strange behavior and problems. Every couple of minutes, Chrome would freeze, stop loading everything and only the message “Waiting for cache…” would be visible in the status bar. On top of this, often, not only Chrome would freeze but the whole system would hang for

    • 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

    • Server Not Found

      Server Not Found

      The “Server Not Found” error message (“404” error) indicates that the web browser (or client) can communicate with the web server, but cannot find the requested information. An error similar to the “404” is the “Server Not Found” error. This error results from the desired destination server not being able to establish a connection with

    • 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 Search the Intranet

      How to Search the Intranet

      An intranet is an internal or restricted access network, it is very similar to the functions of the normal Internet (which is sometimes is referred to as the extranet). Organizations that would like to share applications, documents and data only among themselves can create an intranet usually with ease. While intranets are usually accessed by

    • 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

    • Websense

      Websense

      Websense is a company that has created web filtering software called the same name- Websense. Web filtering software is designed to limit an end users access to specific sites on the Internet. Websense was started in 1994 by Phil Trubey and is one of the most popularly used web filtering software packages available. This type

    • 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

    • HTTPS

      HTTPS

      Do you do banking transactions online? When you transfer funds, pay bills or accept payments through the Internet, you may notice that some Websites and portals you may be using have web addresses that start with https://, which is different from the usual http://. You may wonder how could it be and why is such

    • How Can I View My House via Satellite?

      How Can I View My House via Satellite?

      Viewing one’s house via a satellite is very easy now with programs such as MapQuest.com and Maps.Google.com. Both of these websites provide a user the chance to type in their address and then zoom in on the house with an aerial view taken by a satellite. Google Maps can zoom in a bit more than

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