Computer Geeks and Garden Gnomes

First and foremost before I begin my ranting it is worth mentioning that there are many very helpful and considerate people out there in the cyber wilderness who devote much of their time to providing open source and free scripts of all variations from PHP, CGI and Java to name... Read More

How To Safeguard Your Computer?

The following practice, if done regularly, may help you to safeguard your computer to some extent.1. Run disc clean up, scan disk and defragmentor.2. Keep your recycle bin emptied.3. Clean your cache of browsers.4. Download only the very essential programs that are required to run your business and avoid the... Read More

Password Nightmares

Good Morning Mr. Sampson. Please type in you Personal Identification NumberXXXXXXSorry, Mr. Forgetful Idiot! That is not the correct password. Please slap yourself three times around your head and then apply for a new card and number ? we are keeping this one.Don't you just hate them? Passwords give you... Read More

Are You Well Protected?

Winter?the official start of the cold and flu season. Though, technically speaking, things got started a little early. Close to a million computers, mostly home PC users, have been infected.For many of us our computers are our business. We keep in contact with customers and clients via email, do extensive... Read More

Basic Problem in a PC

I have a p3 500MHz PC with 128MB RAM, 10.2 GB HDD Sony CD ROM 48x with window ME edition operating system. I have a problem- when I insert my audio cd, it shows the error message: "window cannot access the specified device path or file. You may not have... Read More

JVCs First Three-Layer Combo-Disc Blu-Ray / DVD

JVC developed and used a high-performance reflective film to produce this revolutionary three layer structure. The outer Blu-ray layer can be read by the blue light laser but it is transparent for the red light laser which therefore has access to the inner dual DVD layer.The JVC disc sums 33.5... Read More

Flash Memory, Part I: MMC and SD

MMC and SDFlash memory is available in so many formats that it can be difficult to know what will work with any particular device. Devices such as MP3 players, PDAs, mobile phones, digital cameras, and personal computers can take advantage of flash memory to bolster their storage capacity, but selecting... Read More

Is DVD Storage An Attractive Alternative For Your Computer Backup?

If you have a computer for home use or for your business and don't take comprehensive backup for full protection then you are in the danger-zone. Maybe you do not take any backup at all.You can find in Windows a basic backup utility which are installed during the installation.I should... Read More

4 Computer Money-saving Tips

Tip #1 -- Rebates: A rebate is not always a bargain. Computers with rebates are often close to being discontinued. You may pick up a good deal or purchase technology that's about to become yesterday's news. What's more, stores will often package computers with a bunch of free items to... Read More

Cisco Certification: Building Your Own Home Lab, Part I

CCNAs and CCNA candidates hear it all the time: ???Get some hands-on experience???. From my personal experience climbing the Cisco certification ladder, I can tell you firsthand that there is no learning like hands-on learning. No simulator in the world is going to give you the experience you will get... Read More

In The News:

Beachgoers in Bonita Spring, Florida were treated to a strange sight last week: an alligator going for a swim.
A remarkable map created in space over 50 years ago could lead a modern-day explorer to the sites of treasure-laden shipwrecks in the Bahamas.
Scientists studying bones unearthed from an ancient tomb in China’s Shaanxi Province have discovered the remains of a new but totally extinct species of ape.
Mars may be known as the Red Planet, but it's a "blue dune" image NASA has released that's got everyone talking.
Experts in Italy say they have found the earliest surviving work by Leonardo da Vinci.
Microsoft founder Bill Gates is pouring £3million ($4 million) into a project to create killer mosquitoes that destroy each other through sex.
Bedrock under Antarctica is rising more swiftly than ever recorded — about 1.6 inches (41 millimeters) upward per year. And thinning ice in Antarctica may be responsible.
A new study validates Einstein's theory of general relativity in a distant galaxy for the first time.
On Mars, the sky is dust.
A small moon rock gifted to Cambodia by the United States amid the Vietnam War has resurfaced after being all but lost to time and strife.
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Web Standards

HTTP ProtocolThe web is run on port 80. You are... Read More

What are the Main Components of Any Computer, and Which are the Most Critical to Its Performance?

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Basic Computer Maintenance

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Cisco Certification: Building Your Home Lab, Part II

In the first part of this home lab tutorial, CCNA... Read More

10 Easy Steps to Speed Up Your Computer - Without Upgrading

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EDTV: What You Should Know Before You Make That Purchase

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How To Increase Computer Speed And Performance - Great Tips & Tricks

Many computer users are worried about their computer's performance. After... Read More

Get Ahead When You Build Your Own Computer

If you've been kicking around the idea of building your... Read More

4 Computer Money-saving Tips

Tip #1 -- Rebates: A rebate is not always a... Read More

SmartCar Memory Stick for LapTop Transfer Data

With the new technology used to transfer information to from... Read More

Help, I Need a New HDTV! (Part 3 of 5)

Feeling overwhelmed in selecting a new TV? With all the... Read More

Are You Well Protected?

Winter?the official start of the cold and flu season. Though,... Read More

15 Good Programming Habits

1. Before sitting down for coding, you must have formal... Read More

Be Your Own IT Department

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As the owner of a Country Mall and Top Site... Read More

Your Computer Cant Keep Time

A computer needs a certain amount of information to operate;... Read More

Cisco Certification: A Survival Guide To The Cisco Cable Jungle

One of the most confusing parts of beginning your Cisco... Read More

Email Management

If you utilize a computer at home or work it... Read More

Why Build Your Own Computer System

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How To Recognize The Telltale Signs Of Spyware

Spyware is the software that collects information about your online... Read More

Lightning Season: How to Avoid Data Loss

We have just entered the time of year that most... Read More

HTML Explained: Part 1

Want to save money while promoting your web-based business? Of... Read More

Help, I Need a New HDTV! (Part 1 of 5)

Feeling overwhelmed in selecting a new TV? With all the... Read More