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    • How to Use SCP

      How to Use SCP

      What is SCP SCP, or Secure Copy, is a protocol made for sharing files in a secure manner. SCP is similar to FTP, but is designed more for security and authentication than easy access. The SCP protocol runs on port 22 and uses both BSD RCP and SSH to protect the files that are being

    • How to Fix Microsoft Internet Explorer Not Responding

      How to Fix Microsoft Internet Explorer Not Responding

      One of the most widely deployed Internet browsers is Microsoft Internet Explorer. The software is bundled with the Windows operating system (OS) and is one of the oldest browsing software brands on the market. A common problem that Windows users face is how to properly deal with Microsoft Internet Explorer not responding while they surf

    • What is Iertutil.dll?

      What is Iertutil.dll?

      Iertutil.dll is a Runtime utility for Internet Explorer that is essential for Internet Explorer 7 to function properly. If Iertutil.dll is missing, the user may not be able to run Internet Explorer or even boot his/her computer. Iertutil.dll was missing from the Beta version of Internet Explorer 7, causing many users to have to manually

    • How to Use Your Charter E-Mail Login

      How to Use Your Charter E-Mail Login

      Charter Communications is the third largest cable TV provider in the United States. Besides cable TV, Charter Communications also offers high-speed Internet and a variety of phone services. While Charter’s service is not available in all areas within the United States, the company does have over 5 million customers in 29 states. When you sign

    • 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

    • 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

    • 10 Ways Facebook Can Get You Into Trouble

      10 Ways Facebook Can Get You Into Trouble

      Facebook is a website that have done an amazing job of connecting people throughout the world. However, because it is so far-reaching, it is capable of causing many problems for those who use it.

    • How to Restore the iTunes Library

      How to Restore the iTunes Library

      People have many reasons forĀ  restoring the iTunes library. These include purchasing a new computer, reloading an operating system, or suffering a hard drive crash. Once the computer is restored, the iTunes program has to be reinstalled if it is not backed up via alternative means. Once installed, music in the previous iTunes library will

    • POP3 (Post Office Protocol 3)

      POP3 (Post Office Protocol 3)

      POP3 is an internet-based standard for retrieval of e-mail by a user from an e-mail server. POP stands for Post Office Protocol. The "3" means it is the third revision of the standard; POP1 and POP2 were made obsolete by POP3, which has been popular for many years now. For users, there are two primary

    • How to Personalize Google Chrome

      How to Personalize Google Chrome

      Google Chrome users can personalize Google Chrome by adding themes, extensions, and applications. Themes allow users to personalize the browser’s look, extensions extend the browser’s functionality, and applications are programs that users can access from their browser without downloading them onto a computer. The Google Chrome Webstore offers an extensive variety of options for personalizing

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