Determine Memory Type Without Opening The Computer

RAM Information Tools With so many different types of RAM these days, purchasing a memory upgrade is not as easy as it used to be. Since there are so many different types, you will want to make sure you know what you need before you place your order. I would like to show you some…

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How to Permanently Wipe All Data from a Hard Drive

My previous job was at a state university. Before sending our old computers off to auction, we had to wipe all hard drives according to Department of Defense 5220-22.M standards. This was to ensure the next owner would not be able to recover any sensitive files that were stored on the computer even through forensic…

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How to Automatically Back Up Your Hard Drive

How to Back Up Your Computer – for Free with Comodo Backup! Just follow these steps to achieve a Comodo backup free. If you support users like I do, then you will know how frustrated and upset they can get when their hard drive fails and they have no backup. Loosing valuable files and data…

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Easily Repair a Corrupt Internet Connection

Have you ever come across a computer that wouldn’t connect to the Internet after removing spyware or other network related software? Or maybe you can connect, but you can only visit certain sites while others time out. This problem is associated with winsock corruption in Windows XP. At this point most people reload the machine.…

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How to Host a Web Site from Your Computer

How to Host Your Own Website! In the following article I am going to show you how to host a website from your own computer. Why would you want to do this you might ask? Well for one, it’s free. It’s also great for hosting small web sites or sharing large files with friends.  I’ve…

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Prevent DS_Store and Trashes Creation On USB Drives

If you are like me and you use your flash drive between your Mac and your PC then you have probably noticed some extra files that Macs leave behind when you open it up in Windows. These files are usually titled .Trashes, .DS_Store, and various other dot underscore files, which are called resource forks. After…

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