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    • How to Uninstall Internet Explorer

      How to Uninstall Internet Explorer

      Uninstalling Internet Explorer because it is giving problems or for any other reason is a relatively simple task. How to Uninstall Internet Explorer Click the “Start” button on the desktop’s bottom left hand corner. Double click “Control Panel.” The Control Panel window will open and display a variety of tasks. Double click “Add or Remove

    • How to Remove iTunes AAC Protection

      How to Remove iTunes AAC Protection

      Apple’s iTunes is a hugely popular music service with millions of dollars in sales over the last few years. The music that iTunes generally sells, is in a format called AAC. This format includes DRM (digital rights management). Unlike standard MP3’s, music in the AAC format will play fine on an iPod, but probably won’t

    • How to Set Google as the Default Search Engine in Firefox

      How to Set Google as the Default Search Engine in Firefox

      Mozilla Firefox, which the Mozilla Foundation runs and Netscape owns, is a web browser that allows users to take advantage of thousands of add-ons and plug-ins while browsing the web. Since Mozilla Firefox was specifically designed to be both user friendly and functional, Mozilla Firefox users can easily access administrative options from either the Tools

    • Where can I get Free Content for my web site?

      Where can I get Free Content for my web site?

      The Internet contains a significant amount of incredibly valuable information which you may freely use in your web sites to benefit your web site visitors. This content is covered under a wide variety of intellectual property laws. Some free content is placed entirely in the public domain, while other free content is released with a

    • How Do I Clear Previous Google Searches?

      How Do I Clear Previous Google Searches?

      Clearing previous Google searches is a straight forward process that can take about one minute to accomplish. It should be noted that unless you’re using the Google toolbar, erasing only the history of Google is impossible. However, since people typically only use one search engine predominately, erasing the search history will only affect Google. Erasing

    • How to Connect to Usenet

      How to Connect to Usenet

      Usenet is a global Internet discussion system. It was created and implemented by Tom Truscott and Jim Ellis in 1979. It comprises of a collection of newsgroups that are classified and structured on the basis of subject. Messages or articles are placed and read by users within these newsgroups. Usenet is considered the predecessor of

    • How to Tag People in Facebook Status

      How to Tag People in Facebook Status

      One of the features that Facebook added after doing their third round of design changes was the tag in Facebook statuses. What this meant was that a link was added in your status that would take the clicker to that person's Facebook page. In essence, it was similar to the shout used in the Twitter

    • How Can I Find Someone’s Cell Phone Number?

      How Can I Find Someone’s Cell Phone Number?

      In this society, almost everyone has a cell phone. To call someone on their cell phone, however, a cell phone number is required. Unless the caller knows the recipient personally, finding his/her cell phone number can be quite frustrating. This article will list a number of ways that the reader can find someone's cell phone

    • iTunes Network Connection Timed Out

      iTunes Network Connection Timed Out

      An error that most iTunes users will come across at some point is the “iTunes Network Connection Timed Out.” When this error is encountered, there are typically two root causes for the issue: 1 – There is an Internet connection issue or 2 – There is a computer security application or other program blocking the

    • 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

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