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VPS Proxy - How to Setup a VPS Proxy

08th September 2010
A VPS proxy is the absolute best kind of proxy server that you can ever find. Proxies are a very popular way for people to remain anonymous or hide their IP online and most people get proxies by renting them. Most people rent simply because they don't kno... Read >
Author: Creztor Tessel

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

Interrupted Process of GParted Cause Superblock Corruption and Data Loss in Linux

26th November 2009
In Linux operating system, GPT (GParted) is a useful tool that facilitates you to create, resize, move, delete, copy and check the hard drive partitions/volumes. It also copy file system on newly created partitions. It is helpful to create space to instal... Read >
Author: mnkstllr

Resolving Ext3 Error: No journal on filesystem

28th August 2009
Ext3 is a journaled file system and maintains a journal file to prevent instances of metadata corruption due to unexpected power outage. Due to its wide testing base and relative simplicity, the file system is considered to be safer than its counterparts.... Read >
Author: mnkstllr

Tips resume failed download firefox

12th August 2009
By default mozilla firefox 3.x has been providing download facilities manager. So that we install with no add on as flashgot, downthemall, etc. is not a problem. Firefox default download manager features pause and resume downloads, so that we can stop the... Read >
Author: Tutang MM

The Jump Manual - Scam?

17th July 2009
The Jump Manual is an "all in one" vertical jump coaching software that provides you everything you want to realize your maximum vertical jump and speed. The Jump Manual is compatible with all computer platforms, Windows, Mac, Linux.The Jump Manual takes ... Read >
Author: Troy Moss

What Is RSS? RSS Computer Term Of The Day.

02nd April 2009
RSS (Rich Site Summery - Really Simple Syndication) is a format for delivering regularly changing web content. Many news-related sites, blogs and other online publishers syndicate their content as an RSS Feed to whoever wants it. RSS allows you to easi... Read >
Author: Robert Bell

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

Top 5 Considerations When Formatting Your Portable Hard Drive

30th July 2008
Have I Backed Up My Portable Hard Drive? The most important thing to consider when formatting your portable hard drive is whether you've backed up your data! Any other choice you make, short of dropping it in a garbage disposal, can be changed later on... Read >
Author: jhedgecoth

“Can’t Find Ext2 File System” Error In Linux

29th July 2008
Linux is the most popular open source operating system. You can use Linux on same system on which you are already using Windows operating system. The method is known as Dual Boot. It gives you the facility to have the features of both operating systems on... Read >
Author: Simpson

Installing Linux on iPod Nano with Windows

08th January 2006
Installing Linux on your iPod from Windows wasn't possible in the past. This simple guide will get Linux running on your iPod nano within minutes. Before you can start installing Linux on your nano, you will have to make some changes to your iPod's sys... Read >
Author: Mark Spencer
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