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How to Delete Gmail Account 1,115 Views

Delete Gmail AccountGoogle is one of the world’s most influential companies, and Gmail is one of their flagship products. Although Gmail is popular and effective, the service is also collecting a significant amount of personal data from users. That is why more users are considering deleting Gmail. Here is how you can get started on deleting your account.
Update: Thu 26 Mar 2020

How to Find Someone’s IP Address on Facebook 1,114 Views

Find IP on FacebookIt is possible to find an IP Address using the Facebook messenger/chat application. Using the command prompt tool (for Windows users) or the utility tool (for Mac users) and the netstat function, you can easily trace someone’s IP address on this social media platform. You must first establish a connection with the user. This should be an open connection, therefore, the built in Facebook chat system is the best option to use. Open a new chat window with the user and ensure that they are online. Once you have opened a chat window, keep it open, and then proceed to open the Command Prompt tool or Utility tool depending on your OS.
Update: Thu 26 Mar 2020

What Google Knows About You? 1,109 Views

GoogleMost average Internet users don’t have much of an idea about how different websites track their behaviors, and they likely don’t know how much personal information is tracked and saved, especially by search engines like Google. Google is still the largest search engine in the world, accounting for more than 64% of all searches conducted. That equals more than 2 billion Internet search queries per day. With all of those searches and the rapid results that they produce, one major fact gets lost in the process. Google, along with every other major search engine, is saving key information about you on its powerful servers.
Update: Thu 26 Mar 2020

Choosing Between Windows And Linux Based Servers 1,077 Views

Windows And Linux ServersOne of the choices to be made when selecting a web hosting company will be whether the hosting companies' servers run on the Windows or Unix/Linux operating systems. There are several factors involved in this choice - the type of site you will be running, how it was developed, any database used, and what, if any, extra features you need to use.
Update: Thu 26 Mar 2020

What is ASP? 1,066 Views

Active Server PagesActive Server Pages, or ASP, is a server-side scripting engine that allows web site developers to add interactive functions to web pages. Such dynamically-generated pages use input from the user to determine how a web page is presented. An example of its use would be to enable a web site visitor to log into a message board or to give access to a secure database. When ASP is used within a page, then the usual “.html” suffix is replaced with “.asp”.
Update: Thu 26 Mar 2020

VPN to Watch Netflix On Apple TV 1,064 Views

VPN On Apple TVApple TV is one of the most popular options to turn your TV into an all-access streaming media player. But while people love that Apple TV lets them take control of their viewing and binge-watch all of their favorite TV shows and movies on Netflix, it’s frustrating to be limited to only the movies and TV shows available in your local area. With a fast and secure virtual private network like Hotspot Shield VPN and an iPhone, you can maximize your Netflix library and enjoy unrestricted access to content from all over the world. It only takes a few simple steps to get your Apple TV, VPN, and iPhone working together to make this happen.
Update: Fri 27 Mar 2020

Search Engines - The Basics 1,063 Views

Search EngineAnyone who has used the Internet has also likely used a search engine. Search engines are the way to find information on the web. All the web sites that are available on the Internet are cataloged. Whenever someone wants information on a particular topic, they type in what they are looking for; the search engine looks through the relevant sites and displays a listing of potential matches. You can then click on these results and browse to the sites listed.
Update: Thu 26 Mar 2020

Who Owns IP Addresses? 1,062 Views

ICANNIP addresses are assigned by various bodies and organizations and each device that is connected to the internet should have its own IP address. Who owns an IP address, however? Who distributes an IP address and how are they managed? In essence, every IP address that is used on the internet has a registered owner. Initially, IP addresses are created and distributed via ICANN. ICANN is responsible for the distribution and maintenance of IP addresses and other internet naming facilities and initially, owns each IP address. This organization then distributes IP address to businesses and organizations lower down in the chain such as IANA and ISP’s.
Update: Thu 26 Mar 2020

What is Website Navigation 1,059 Views

VisitorIf you are designing a web site, one principle should be considered as the most important point of the design. That principle is site navigation. When a user arrives at your web site he will not want to spend his valuable time searching for ways to move around the site. Make sure that all of your links are laid out in a simple and easy to read form. Over recent years the trend has been for site links to appear in one of two places - either along the top of the browser window, below the site name or logo, or running down the left-hand side. This works, and more importantly, will be an obvious place for the visitor to look. You may feel that you want to buck the trend by placing your site links in a different place - just remember that standards evolve for a reason.
Update: Thu 26 Mar 2020

Any Business Is Stronger Via A Web Presence 1,058 Views

Web PresenceThere are many small businesses, and even micro-businesses, that are not on the web. From single person, part time businesses that border on hobbies, to family owned businesses, there are still many businesses that simply have not joined the 21st century. For these companies, basic web hosting would boost business and raise profits, yet due to either a fear of technology or simply being unaware of what web hosting and a basic web page could do for their bottom line they remain without a web presence.
Update: Mon 23 Mar 2020
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