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    • 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

    • How to Repair a PST File

      How to Repair a PST File

      A PST file is the format for MS Outlook mail archives. Many times these files become damaged or have errors and as an administrator you will have to fix or repair them. Microsoft does provide support in the form of an Inbox Repair Tool. This Inbox Repair Tool usually is able to fix the majority

    • 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

    • 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

    • P2P File Sharing

      P2P File Sharing

      Peer-to-peer (P2P) file sharing is a system of sharing files directly between network users, without the assistance or interference of a central server. Files reside on computers of users all over the world and are shared bit by bit between those users directly. The decentralized nature of peer-to-peer file sharing removes the need for a

    • How to Block Websites on Google Chrome

      How to Block Websites on Google Chrome

      Google Chrome can easily be configured to completely block certain websites from one’s browsing experience. Blocking websites can be a safe and effective way to protect one’s computer from harmful content that may damage one’s computer or files. It can also be used to control one’s children’s browsing experience. To use the most common way

    • How to Install Apple TV

      How to Install Apple TV

      Apple TV offers an exciting way for people to connect their iTunes account to a television as well as use services such as Netflix to stream video and have access to other content. To get started, an Apple TV user should open and remove the Apple TV box’s contents. The box’s contents include the Apple

    • How to Download Yahoo Mail into Outlook

      How to Download Yahoo Mail into Outlook

      Yahoo Mail is the web-based mail client provided by the popular search engine, Yahoo. Yahoo Mail organizes the email of all Yahoo users and guarantees that users have a way to receive notifications from Yahoo concerning their services and activities. Yahoo Mail is similar to Gmail and Windows Live Mail and is compatible with a

    • How to Attach a Folder to an Email

      How to Attach a Folder to an Email

      Email clients and browser-based interfaces allow people to attach small files to an email in order to share them with other computer users. However, most interfaces do not allow folder attachment because it is considered a directory rather than an actual file. For example, a user may attach a single picture or several pictures to

    • 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

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