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    • 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

    • The History of the Internet

      The History of the Internet

      Introduction The Internet has truly revolutionized the world. From its extremely humble beginnings to its rapid growth, nothing in perhaps the history of the world has brought so much information to the masses and has helped individuals communicate with others. While the Internet might seem simplistic in theory, it took quite a few innovations to

    • How to Convert iTunes to Windows Media Player

      How to Convert iTunes to Windows Media Player

      The iTunes media player and associated content library has become one of the most popular applications for purchasing, storing, and creating playlists of both audio and video content on the marketplace. For iTunes users who use the media application on a computer that has the Windows operating system installed, a common issue that arises is

    • How to Unlock MySpace

      How to Unlock MySpace

      There are two common reasons why MySpace members need to unlock MySpace. Either they have forgotten their MySpace password or their access to MySpace has been blocked by a web content filter such as WebSense. Both problems are easily remedied. Resetting Your MySpace Password If you are locked out of MySpace because you lost your

    • 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

    • How to Setup an Intranet

      How to Setup an Intranet

      An intranet is an internal or restricted access network. It is very similar to the Internet except it is used within organizations and businesses. The intranet uses the same types of web technologies that the normal Internet (or extranet) uses, except the content and data that is transmitted and received occurs internally. An intranet website

    • 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

    • SMTP (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol)

      SMTP (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol)

      The Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) is a TCP/IP based protocol designed to send and receive email. Since the protocol is limited in the ability to store or queue incoming messages, it is typically used alongside IMAP or POP3 to allow the end-user to save messages in an email server mailbox to be downloaded from

    • 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

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