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Computer Performance Tips


Introduction In this article I will clearly spell out the most effective steps you can take in order to increase the performance of your computer and enhance your computing experience.More Memory (RAM) If your computer has less then 256 MB of memory you may want to consider adding more.

Getting Started with HTML


The basic language of the internet is html. If you can do crossword puzzles, if you can write a report for your teacher or boss, you can be creating web pages in a matter of minutes.

Image Conversion In Computers


JPEG, GIFF/JIFF, BMP, and TIFF are the most commonly used formats for storing still image files such as photographs, graphics, and drawings. JPEG stands for Joint Photographic Experts Group and is a standard for image compression.

404 Error Pages: What Are They And How Do You Create One?


We've all seen them, you've been browsing a website and you click a link and nothing loads apart from the words '404 Error' along with the usual stuff.So what is a 404 Error page? The 404 Error page, basically informs the user that the server cannot find the file they are looking for.

Image Formats: GIF, JPEG, BMP


When browsing the internet you are likely to come across many different image formats. However, the most common formats are: CompuServe GIF, JPEG, and Bitmaps.

How I Started Working With 3D Modeling Programs


So I'll start from the very beginning.One day I was surfing in the web and I found one site -- www.

Bluetooth Technology: Tips for Buying Headsets or Headphones


The technological horizon has always got something new to offer, and among the most recent of these offerings is Bluetooth enhanced hardware. For those of you who are unfamiliar with this latest-and-greatest technology, headsets and headphones in the Bluetooth line offer the ability to use your cell phone without the need for hands or dangling wires.

Taking Advantage of the iPod Experience


Music lovers have been carrying around radios and other bulky music devices in order to take their tunes along with them as they go from place to place. With the iPod - a portable unit that's manufactured by Apple - the music experience offers a higher quality in a much more compact size.

Portable Technology: Getting to Know the Treo


Up until the recent past, those who wanted to take advantage of a mobile phone, data organizer, wireless e-mail with text messaging, web browsing and a digital camera had to have separate units for each. With today's technology comes the Treo - offering all of those features in one small hand-held unit.

Home Electronics: The Facts About Plasma TV


Not so many years ago, homes across the country watched their favorite TV shows on a bulky floor model that took awhile to warm up before you could see the picture, didn't offer anything in the way of remote control manipulation and offered a washed out image on the TV's cathode ray tube hosted screen..

Consumer Electronic Information: The Basics of the DLP Projector


Projectors have come a long way in the past few decades. The desktop fossils that were once used to show home movies or classroom filmstrips are a thing of the past.

Selecting the Perfect Big Screen TV


Selecting a TV isn't as easy as it used to be in years gone by. Rather than going to the local department store and choosing a console that would take up a large portion of the living room, we now have other options.

EDTV: What You Should Know Before You Make That Purchase


Enhanced Definition Television - also known as EDTV - is one of the many modern viewing technologies of our time. Often confused with HDTV capability, this is actually a compromise between standard TV and HDTV.

Why Get a Microsoft MCSE Certification?


In the years of the dot com boom and bust, the Microsoft MCSE Certification has gotten its eye blackened over an over. Paper Microsoft MCSE's who were excellent at finding brain dumps and passing exams gave the Microsoft MCSE Certification a bad name.

The Benefits of the New Firefox Browser


You probably heard of the new Firefox browser version 1.0 recently released by Mozilla.

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