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    • 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

    • How to Change a Password on Google Plus

      How to Change a Password on Google Plus

      Google Plus is a social networking tool that allows people to use “Circles” of friends to share thoughts, links, photos, and more with others.  Since Google Plus is synced with one’s Google account, changing one’s password on Google Plus changes the password that one uses for logging into Gmail or other Google Account services. Changing

    • Firefox Toolbar

      Firefox Toolbar

      A Firefox Toolbar can be any toolbar within Mozilla Firefox, whether it is a default toolbar provided by Firefox or an add-on provided by third-party extensions. Firefox currently has five default toolbars that can be turned on and off at any time: the Menu Bar, the Tab Strip, the Navigation Toolbar, the Bookmarks Toolbar, and

    • How to Contact Facebook Support

      How to Contact Facebook Support

      Contacting Facebook can be a difficult ordeal, which most Facebook issues’ highly personal nature exacerbates. A blocked account or lost password puts a complete block on one’s ability to interact with friends and family via Facebook, while a stolen or hacked account can be even more personally disruptive. Whether the user’s Facebook account has been

    • 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

    • How Do I Contact Google?

      How Do I Contact Google?

      Google is an incredibly large corporation that has at least a dozen different departments to contact. Therefore, contacting them is not as simple as picking up the phone and calling. For the most part, contacting Google requires sending an e-mail to which they’ll reply. While they do have a phone number, it isn’t specific to

    • How to Make a Trademark (TM) Symbol

      How to Make a Trademark (TM) Symbol

      The Trademark symbol “™” is commonly used with goods as a method of preventing counterfeiting. It is basically the letters “TM” in a superscript form, which denotes that whatever is set before it is the trademark. Companies that use the Trademark symbol usually file private lawsuits against counterfeiters. There is no requirement for adding a

    • 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

    • Internet Explorer Stored Password Recovery

      Internet Explorer Stored Password Recovery

      Internet Explorer Stored Password Recovery refers to a system used by Internet Explorer to temporarily store usernames and passwords for the user’s convenience. Internet Explorer Stored Password Recovery is used for AutoComplete purposes in order to automatically fill in user identification fields whenever the user visits a previously accessed webpage. While Internet Explorer Stored Password

    • 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

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