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6 ways to beat computer viruses

Computer viruses: they’ve been around for years, and they aren’t going away. And they continue to proliferate and cause major damage, with the “Gumblar” or “Geno” virus as the latest high-profile virus to infect computers. This virus is a particularly insidious one, with a multi-phased attack. After infecting a machine, Gumblar installs a series of …

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Login to Your PC by Simply Looking

Logging into Windows has never been easier! Just look into a webcam for a moment, and you’ll be logged into your account before you notice. Blink! Advanced face recognition technologies to provide automatic, quick and reliable login to one or many computer users. Blink is a biometric PC access application that enables the user to log in to Windows by face, which is captured by the webcam, matched against the registered profile and identified by the application? The application makes it remarkably easy to log in the system as there is no need to enter username and password on Windows startup, or when the system is locked. The logon process is completely automatic and based on received biometric data. With Blink! You can login day or night. Sophisticated face recognition algorithms adjust for varying lighting conditions automatically, making login possible without additional training no matter whether window or artificial lighting is being …

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Creating a Budget

Like it or not, you deal with money every day. Some people deal with it better than others do. The difference is in their money-management skills. You’re not born with these skills; you learn them. And improvement comes with practice. Because you picked up this book, I know that you’re at least Somewhat motivated to start living on a budget so that you can take control of your spending and start saving. Creating a Budget takes a practical look at the many phases of creating a budget. You’ll find information that you can use to pursue better management of your money so that it can go further and lead to investments that provide greater financial security. Your budget is a financial map to help you reach your financial goals, and it’s useless unless you know where you are now and where you want to go. Determine your current financial situation …

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TCP/IP Tutorial and Technical Overview

The TCP/IP protocol suite has become a staple of today’s international society and global economy. Continually evolving standards provide a wide and flexible foundation on which an entire infrastructure of applications are built. Through these we can seek entertainment, conduct business, make financial transactions, deliver services, and much, much more. However, because TCP/IP continues to develop and grow in order to meet the changing needs of our communities, it might sometimes be hard to keep track of new functionality or identify new possibilities. For this reason, the TCP/IP Tutorial and Technical Overview provides not only an introduction to the TCP/IP protocol suite, but also serves as a reference for advanced users seeking to keep their TCP/IP skills aligned with current standards. It is our hope that both the novice and the expert will find useful information in this publication. The Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) suite has become the industry-standard …

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101 Ways to Promote Your Web Site

There are millions of Web sites, selling millions of products on the Internet every day, and they are all competing for viewers; many of them are competing for the same viewers you are! How do you get the results you’re looking for? When asked if they are marketing on the Internet, many people and organizations say, “Yes, we have a Web site.” However, having a Web site and marketing on the Internet are two very different things. Yes, usually you need a Web site to market on the Internet. However, a Web site is simply a collection of documents, images, and other electronic files that are publicly accessible across the Internet. Your site needs to be designed to meet your online objectives and should be developed with your target market in mind. Internet marketing encompasses all the steps you take to reach your target market online, attract visitors to your …

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Hacking BlackBerry

The BlackBerry is the fastest growing, most popular wireless e-mail device ever sold. Dubbed the “CrackBerry” as a tribute to how obsessively BlackBerry users will check their e-mails, the BlackBerry is best known for its unique and well-executed “push e-mail” functionality. This feature makes it a favourite of mobile professionals who need to be connected while on the go. The BlackBerry is a handheld device whose most notable feature is its wireless electronic messaging capability. With a BlackBerry handheld, millions of people who rely on e-mail communications to stay in touch with customers, clients, co-workers, friends, and family can now access, read, write, and send e-mail messages anytime, anywhere. The BlackBerry is also a general-purpose computing device complete with a processor, memory, storage, and an operating system. Like your desktop computer, your BlackBerry can be outfitted with additional application software programs that provide functionality not found on the basic product. …

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BlackBerry for work

Each person has their own unique requirement of a gadget, especially if the gadget is as versatile as the BlackBerry. Some might use the camera and media options to the hilt, while some might abuse messaging using it for informal and formal communication alike, whether or not it is required. For some, the business apps like Word and Excel might be optimum whereas others might prize their e-mail-on-the-go. This brings us to a very important section choosing your handset wisely. Contrary to popular belief, BlackBerry models and purchasing isn’t as complicated a process as some would like to believe. With basic understanding, you will be able to make a well-informed decision in no time. You need to be sure that your model covers all the features you require while keeping to your budget. From the Princess phone to smartphones, telecommunication has certainly come a long way! The past century has …

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Speed up that old PC

It’s not your imagination. That computer you bought a few years ago really is slower. Programs take longer to open and so do Web pages. Booting your machine takes an eternity. This doesn’t necessarily mean it’s time for a new computer. You just need to bring it back up to speed. I’ll tell you how to do just that. Links to programs and sites I mention are at Check for malware Spyware, adware and viruses slow your machine. Malware shouldn’t be a problem if you use up-to-date security software. Still, scan your machine for viruses and spyware and remove any problems found. If you need security software, visit my site for free programs. Clean your hard drive A full hard drive slows down your computer. It will take longer to access files. So, clean it up. Windows and programs you install often create temporary and setup files. Use Disk Clean-up to …

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Management your phone’s battery life

Important phone calls, and emails that need replies, there isn’t much time to stop and charge your phone when necessary. If you are aware of a few simple tricks, however, you can prolong the life of your battery so that it has enough juice to get you through your busy day. Adjust the Settings Minor tweaks to your phone’s settings can go a long way in preserving battery life. For example, simply turning down the backlight brightness or setting your screen to time out after a shorter period of time can extend your battery’s charge. Some phones make it easy to save a battery’s charge by including built-in power-saving settings. With these settings turned on, a few features in your phone automatically adjust to maximize power efficiency and keep your battery going longer. Use Fewer & Slower Connections Some wireless technologies, such as Bluetooth and GPS, can suck the life …

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