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How to Install Linux

Red Hat Linux Step-by-Step Installation Installing Red Hat Linux To begin the installations, insert the first installation CD into the CD/DVD drive and turn on or reset the system. The system boots from the CD and displays a screen of instructions with a boot: prompt at the bottom. Refer to …

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Autohotkey Review

Back in the day, I was searching for a programming language that was both easy to learn and powerful. I came across lots of programming languages but they were all too complicated, and at that time I was too lazy to really concentrate on the matter. I kept on searching, …

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Creating out of Office Reply in Microsoft Outlook

Microsoft’s Outlook “Out of Office Assistant” takes care of automatically responding to incoming emails based on predefined rules that you create. This option can be found under the “Tools” menu in Microsoft Outlook. However, the “Out of Office Assistant” option will not be available to you if you are not …

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How to Configure Vb to Send and Receive Email

When looking at e-mail, it needs to be remembered that there several different types to play with. You could get e-mail from Lotus Notes or Microsoft Exchange or from a POP3 server. It is that last part that I am going to go over here since that is what most …

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How to use Photoshop to Fix old Pictures

One of the great things about digital technology is how it can be applied to pre-digital stuff such as when fixing old photographs. Whether you are young or old, you are likely to have photographs taken with a film camera. You might have an old family album, or a picture …

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Product Review Microsofts Internet Explorer 8

The latest web-browser on the block is Internet Explorer 8. It is another IE browser, but at any rate is one that could potentially re-establish IE browsers as the best. Overall, the IE8 browser has a number of features and options. Streamlined address bar: The IE8 address bar has been …

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How to Make Push Pins

Push pins or map pins have non-flat, usually plastic, heads attached to the metal stem and they often come in assorted shapes and colors. These items are often rendered and integrated into certain graphic designs with wallboard themes and other related images. Mimicking real-life items has become a trend in …

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How to Choose between Microsoft Windows and Linux

Choosing an OS (Operating System) for your computer can be a tricky proposition, especially with the current menagerie of choices available. For the purposes of this discussion however, we will limit our choices to Microsoft Windows and GNU/Linux. GNU/Linux is a very broad term which covers quite a few different …

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