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Customize Your Portable Player with an MP3 Player Accessory


Everywhere you look today people are listening to personal audio players. And many look for ways to personalize and/or enhance their experience.

How To Remove One Operating System from a Dual Boot Windows XP Computer


In Windows Xp, you can install two operating systems on the same hard disk of one computer.Whether you have two copies of Windows Xp, or two different operating systems, then you end up with dual boot machine when you restart your Windows Xp computer.

Anti-Skip Protection on Mp3 Players


There have been some questions on anti-skip protection on mp3 players due to the fact that some of them publish on the box in its feature list.You got to see what the storage of each player is to determine if it needs it or not:- Flash mp3 players have no moving parts at all, does not need nor have anti-skip protection.

Digital Cameras: Hot Gear with the Coolest Features!


Cameras: still known for taking pictures but assumed as digital still today.We have to understand cameras are just as important today as they have always been to us.

Cisco CCNA Candidate FAQ


CCNA FAQQ. What exams do I have to take to get my CCNA?A.

Cisco CCNA / CCNP Certification: OSPF ASBRs Explained And Illustrated


When I first started studying for my CCNP, some of the concepts of OSPF really confused me. This was especially true for the ASBR, stub areas, and total stub areas.

How to Switch to Firefox and Why You should


First things first, what is Firefox? Well, it's a browser. Ok but what's that? A browser is a computer program used to view web pages, to browse through the world wide web.

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


Many computer users are worried about their computer's performance. After spending lot of bucks, still they cannot have that charm of using PC as they had expected.

How To Speed Up Your Aging PC And Make It Healthier Too


With a little tweaking and with proper tools, you can get a faster, healthier PC, virtually immune to spyware infections and browser hijackers. How is this possible? Find out about the latest tools and how they work.

Get Ahead When You Build Your Own Computer


If you've been kicking around the idea of building your own computer, it actually isn't a bad idea. It's easier than you might think, and you can probably come out with a system that gives you more kick for your money, than you'd see in retail, or those made-to-order places.

Keeping the Windows Registry Operational


The registry is where the computer stores information about the configuration of the system and the programs installed so that the operating system can use them.Regularly maintaining the registry is a basic requirement.

How to Buy a Plasma Television Set


Most people think that all you have to do to purchase a new plasma television set is to walk into a shop, look around, and purchase the first set that catches your attention. This is how you're supposed to do it, right? Wrong! Buying a television, whether it has a plasma monitor or a LCD monitor, takes careful planning.

The Benefits of Open Source


If you are a building a website or a forum, chances are you are using a web editor or paying for message board services. The costs of using these "out of the box" products can add up, especially if you are trying to grow your business.

What's the Difference Between Plasma TVs and LCD TVs?


Plasma and LCD TVs are the latest trend in home entertainment. Both offer unrivalled picture quality and resolution, while doing away with the bulkiness of the older rear-projection technologies.

Why Build Your Own Computer System


Have you ever thought about building your own computer system? Maybe you've heard friends talking about doing this sort of thing, but you were never sure what was involved. This article attempts to answer two questions.

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How to Go Back to the Old Gmail
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Q. I tried to get used to the new Gmail web design, but I just don't like it. Can I go back to the old one? A. For the time being, Google is keeping around the previous version of Gmail on the web, and you can revert to the old look from the inbox ...



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Smartphone? Check. Spare battery? Check. Power cables? Check. After deciding which gadgets to pack for your summer vacation, you can move on to the harder — and more fun — part: planning what you are going to do. Flipping through printed travel ...

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Emergency Charging Options on the Road
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Q. Is it true that you can charge your phone from the USB port on a television set? Why do TV's even have USB ports? A. Many television models have included USB jacks for years, particularly the flat-panel type with plenty of multimedia ports on the ...

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Pay Off Those IOUs on the Go
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