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    • Where Are Visited Links Stored?

      Where Are Visited Links Stored?

      If you use Microsoft’s Internet Explorer, you probably have realized that for web pages you have already visited, these links are no longer blue, but purple. Every time you click on a blue link, when you return to that page within a short period of time (usually less than three weeks) the link will be

    • 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

    • How to Unblock Websites

      How to Unblock Websites

      It is becoming more common every day for various organizations to block access to websites for either security or productivity reasons. As a result, end-users will often find themselves in need of figuring out how to unblock websites. By unblocking a website, the action of obtaining or gaining access to a website that is currently

    • How to Watch Movies on the Internet

      How to Watch Movies on the Internet

      Although there are a wide variety of places to rent movies online for a fee, when it comes to watching movies online for free, most people assume that it can only be done illegally (such as watching copyrighted content that has been uploaded to YouTube or downloading a movie through a file-sharing program). However, although

    • How Do I Make Google My Home Page?

      How Do I Make Google My Home Page?

      With Google becoming the most popular and most powerful search engine on the Internet, many people have wanted to make it their home page. However, with no link on the Google home page to click to make it one’s home page, it leaves people unsure on how to proceed. Fortunately, making Google your home page

    • How to Uninstall Safari

      How to Uninstall Safari

      Safari is the web browser that Apple created to go along with the installation of its operating systems. However, should a Windows user want to use Safari, they can install it on their computer as well. The single problem that Apple users have with Safari is that uninstalling it is not possible. Windows users, though,

    • How Often is Google Earth Updated

      How Often is Google Earth Updated

      Despite some people believing that Google Earth is a continuously updated program that allows you to spy on your neighbor, the truth is that there is a good chance Google Earth, in your area, hasn’t been updated in some time. To better understand the degree in which Google Earth is updated, it is important to

    • How to Export MSN Favorites

      How to Export MSN Favorites

      Most people that use MSN take advantage of its book marking feature called MSN Favorites. MSN users who come across a great website can easily save the address to visit it later with a simple mouse click. One way in which MSN goes beyond the traditional browser favorites feature is that it allows users to

    • 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

    • 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

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