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How to Find Great and Inexpensive Cloud Hosting Services

05th April 2013
If you possess a website, you are aware how important it's for you to possess your website located with an inexpensive and dependable service. Hosting companies are a cent a dozen, however a reliable web host is worth the weight in precious metal. A bad w... Read >
Author: Chris Martin

How To XRay In Gimp?

24th January 2011
Pictures and photos with some special effects loom interesting. And on e of such effect is to generate an X-ray effect this can be done on Gimp. To have an X ray effect on gimp first let us see what is gimp. Actually it is short for GNU Image Manipulation... Read >
Author: Chris Cornell

What is Password Protection?

14th April 2010
In Information Technology, password protection is a term employed to define the process of putting a password on certain files and folders so that no one can access your files without your permission. Password protection is the most common and the most ba... Read >
Author: Alexia Simon

Recovering Windows Partition After Using Ntfsresize

12th April 2010
Ntfsresize, a Unix utility, facilitates non-destructive resizing of NTFS file system that are used by Windows Vista, 2003, XP, 2000, and NT 4.0, on hard drive partition. This tool supports all NTFS versions used by 64-bit and 32-bit Windows. But some user... Read >
Author: k madhav

How to resolve “fileset 999 primary inode…” Error message in HP-UX Operating System

01st August 2009
HP-UX operating uses JFS (Journaled File System) to store and maintain records of the data stored in your hard drive. Two main advantages of this file system are high flexibility and adaptability. Corruption of JFS primary results in unmountable hard driv... Read >
Author: Simpson

What happened to Microsoft Silverlight?

21st August 2008
About a year ago there was talk about a Flash/Ajax eliminator. Microsoft was unveiling a new competing plug-in that would blow Flash, Ajax, JavaScript, and CSS apparently all out of the water. It was based on the .Net technology, and at the same time was ... Read >
Author: Chris Carter
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