Thursday, June 30, 2011

Set Up Opera Mini on a Palm Tungsten

Opera makes a web browser that can be used on any Java-enabled device such as smart phones, computers and PDAs like the Palm Tungsten. The Opera Mini browser is the version designed for the Tungsten. The mobile web browser that comes standard with these devices only lets the user view nonmobile pages but not access certain types of buttons, text boxes and other Java objects. Opera Mini allows for users to fully access websites that have not been designed for mobile platforms.

This article will help you to Set Up Opera Mini on a Palm Tungsten.

Turn Your PC Into a Web Server

In order for you to publish your HTML documents to the World Wide Web, you're going to need a web server to host and serve the files. While the common solution is to buy hosting from an external company, many people are not aware that you can turn your own home PC into a web server. Microsoft has a feature called IIS (Internet Information Server) that comes standard with almost all Windows 2000, XP and Vista operating systems (there are some exceptions, as we will discuss later). Basically, IIS provides free web server capability for any PC with one of the aforementioned Windows operating systems. IIS is compatible with HTML as well as ASP (Active Server Pages), which is a server-side scripting language that will enable you to add dynamic content to your web pages. Read on to discover the steps to take to turn your PC into a web server.

This article will help you to Turn Your PC Into a Web Server.

Remove a Proxy Server

A proxy server is a tool used when browsing the web. When using a proxy server, all requests for web pages go through the server rather than being sent directly to the website. The proxy server retrieves the information, then sends it to your computer. Proxy servers are commonly used to provide internet access to workstations at businesses, or for browsing the web anonymously. Generally, the proxy settings in your web browser should be disabled unless you need to use one for one of the above reasons. Removing the proxy server settings can be accomplished in a few simple steps.

This article will help you to Remove a Proxy Server.

Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Load Testing a Server

To prevent your server from crashing, you should perform a load test on your server. A load test allows you to see exactly how many simultaneous web users can access your server without delays. There are several different methods for load testing your server.

This article will help you to Load Test a Server.

Customize Your Safari Browser

The Safari Web browser is Apple's latest and most powerful tool for surfing the Internet. It offers users the ability to customize their browser settings and parameters. It also permits them to create a personalized Web browser that is uniquely set up to their specifications. Safari allows users to customize a number of different browser settings, from managing bookmarks and setting appearances to activating advanced security features and changing proxy settings.

This article will help you to customize your safari browser.

Make Your Own Chrome Theme

Google Chrome and its more secure counterpart Google Iron offer "themes" as a way to personalize your browsers. Users bored with the basic grey-and-white template can create new visuals from almost any image or set of images. There are many Chrome/Iron themes for free download online, but if you want a personalized theme, you can make your own. There are several programs that make this easy.

This article will help you to make your own Chrome theme.

Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Install Opera on Wii

The Wii has revolutionized the way many people see video game consoles. Even those who have little or no experience with video games can enjoy the system's family-friendly appeal and take advantage of its many features. One of the best features of the Wii is the Internet Channel, powered by the Opera browser. It's easy to install and learn, and provides instant access to your favorite sites.

This article will help you to Install Opera on Wii.

Use Call Forwarding With the Internet

Many dial-up connections today use a separate line from your phone line, so your service is not interrupted. However, some companies still use your regular phone line for your Internet, which means that while you are online, anyone calling you is going to get a busy signal. If you don't have another line for your Internet, you can easily forward your phone to somewhere else, like your cell or work phone, so you don't miss calls.

This article will help you to Use Call Forwarding With the Internet

Web Browser for Safety

Thanks to the know-how of programmers everywhere, the Internet has become a place where scripting and embedded code make pages come alive. With these added features on some Web pages, you can have a better browsing experience, but unfortunately, these features also make your more vulnerable online. Viruses or unwanted software can all add to security threats. When you choose a browser, the safety features should be one of the first things you investigate.
This article will help you to Choose a Web Browser for Safety.

Make Phone Calls Over the Internet

Using the Internet as an alternative to traditional telephone conversations can be less expensive, but slightly more complicated. Be sure to weigh the advantages and disadvantages before you invest too much time and money in Internet telephony.

This article will help you to Make Phone Over the Internet.

Monday, June 27, 2011

Deal With Internet Scams

It is an unfortunate fact that there are many people out there who have negative intentions, including a goal to scam you out of money or even your identity. A portion of scammers end up getting their victims straight from the Internet. The Internet offers these people an easy way to get your personal and financial information or even to trick you into sending them money. If you think you've been scammed, there are specific things that you can do to deal with it.

This article will help you to Deal With Internet Scams.

Saturday, June 25, 2011

Translate Web Pages in Internet Explorer

The World Wide Web is a great tool for finding information and connecting with other people across the globe. The problem is, not everyone in the world uses English, so you may come across pages written in Chinese, Spanish or any number of other languages used around the world on a daily basis. To access these sites, all you need is a translation tool, which can be installed as an add-on to your Internet Explorer browser.

This article will help you to Translate Web Pages in Internet Explorer.

Fix Blurred Images on IE 7

On some installations of Internet Explorer 7, web fonts and images may appear blurred or distorted. There are various reasons for these problems. Among them are manufacturer-adjusted settings to the screen resolution to ensure that text does not appear too small, registry errors with Internet Explorer or font smoothing issues relating to ClearType technology.

This article will help you to  Fix Blurred Images on IE 7.

Friday, June 24, 2011

Create Search Shortcut for Google Maps

Most modern Web browsers -- including Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox and Opera -- feature a search box in the navigation toolbar to allow easy access to your search engines from within the browser interface. You can customize these search shortcuts to include search engines from a variety of websites, including Google Maps. In the case of Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox, you need to browse the search engine provider's website to add Google Maps to your search box. With Opera, adding a search box can be done from the Google Maps website.

This article will help you to create  search shortcut for Google Maps.

Uninstall Internet Explorer

In the past, all new computers running Windows XP came with the Internet Explorer 6 web browser already installed on the system. Today, Microsoft recommends that all of its customers use the latest version of the program, Internet Explorer 7. If you own an older computer and want to upgrade to the newest version of Internet Explorer or switch to an entirely new web browser, you can uninstall Internet Explorer 6 from your computer.

This article will help you to uninstall Internet Explorer.

Thursday, June 23, 2011

Avoid Internet Fraud

Many of the same types of scams that use the phone or mail can now be found on the Internet, so be careful with whom you do business in cyberspace.
This article will help you to Avoid Internet Fraud.

Do Internet Banking

Online banking accounts are very convenient and allow you to do internet banking from the comfort of your own home. Having an online banking account can give you all of the freedom without having to make numerous trips to the bank. With the right internet bank you can earn more interest on your account.

This article will help you to get started on internet banking.

Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Restore Deleted Temporary Internet Files

Have you ever been suspicious of someone's Internet activities? If so, it's likely you've checked the "history" folder on his web browser to see where he's been. This is typically a dead end, since anyone who is up to no good is usually smart enough to clear this history. 

This article will help you to restore deleted temporary Internet Files.

Fix Outlook 2007 With a POP3

One of the many ways to troubleshoot a Microsoft Outlook 2007 email client is by checking the POP3 (Post Office Protocol 3) configuration for your account. POP3 is an important element that helps in retrieving your email messages from your email provider's server. If you experience issues retrieving email messages, chances are that your POP3 configuration is messed up. Re-configure POP3 settings to resolve such issues. Note that you will need administrative rights to complete this task.

This article will help you to help you to fix Outlook 2007 with a POP3.

Import PST Files From Outlook

When you save items from your Microsoft Outlook mailbox to your computer's hard drive, Outlook stores the data in a personal folders file (.pst). You can import personal folders files created in any previous version of Outlook--including the 2003 version--with Outlook 2007 by opening the data file and adding it to your Folder List. You can access and use the data in the personal folder file from the Folder List.

This article will help you to Import PST files from Outlook.

Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Tether Cell Phone Internet to a Laptop

Whether you need to send or receive emails, keep a check on the weather or stay on top of the latest sports scores, tethering a phone to your computer gives you Internet access anywhere you can receive your carrier's wireless signal and anytime you need it.

This article will help you to Tether Cell Phone Internet to a Laptop.

Satellite Internet Service to a Computer

High-speed Internet is unavailable in some parts of the country without use of a satellite connection. The cost of satellite Internet service is comparable to cable service in more populated areas, although a little less reliable. Most satellite providers send out an installer, but if for some reason you need to connect your satellite Internet service to a computer.

This article will help you to connect Satellite Internet Service to a computer.

Saturday, June 11, 2011

Find Add-ons for Mozilla Firefox

Finding and learning about add-ons, or accessory programs, for Mozilla's Firefox web browser is quite straightforward. With a few simple searches, you can add any number of small programs that make browsing the internet, organizing downloads, and adding various customizations incredibly simple, and all with no noticeable slow-down. And as long as you use Firefox's built-in "add-on update" feature, you can use these accessories indefinitely.

This article will help you to find add ons for mozilla firefox.

Fix a Slow Internet Connection

A slow Internet connection can be extremely frustrating when you are working online. You can contact a computer technician, but they will most likely charge you a large amount of money to just look at your computer. To avoid repair costs, there are some simple tricks you can try on your own to fix a slow Internet connection.

This article will help you to Fix a Slow Internet Connection.

Password Protect Internet Explorer

If you have small children, you probably pay close attention to the sites they visit when they are on the Internet. Of course, you can't always be there to watch over their shoulders any time they are online. Internet Explorer has a built-in solution to this with its content controls. You can use these controls to limit the types of content your child sees on the Web. In order to prevent unauthorized changes being made to the controls you set, Internet Explorer allows you to password-protect this feature. When you password protect content controls, only you will have the ability to make changes to the content your child is allowed to view online.

This article will help you to password protect Internet Explorer.

Friday, June 10, 2011

Delete Memory Cache on Safari

Whenever you visit a Web site, Safari automatically saves the contents of the Web page into its memory cache. This is done so that the page loads quickly the next time you want to view it. Over time, Safari can accumulate thousands of cache files for various Web pages that you've visited. This can often slow down the speed at which Safari can run. In order to improve the speed and performance of the Safari Web browser, many Macintosh users will choose to delete Safari's memory cache. This should be done on a regular basis in order to ensure that Safari is working at optimal speed. Besides clearing the memory cache, Safari users can also improve their performance by deleting the Google search entries that have been saved. 

This article will help you to Delete Memory Cache on Safari.

Update Safari

Every so often, Apple will provide an update of the Safari Web browser software. These improvements can affect anything from Safari's Web site compatibility, application stability or provide additional features to help users browse the Internet. You may also be able to find add-ons, plug-ins and other security updates by regularly checking for them. In order to keep up with the latest advances in Safari, Macintosh users should check for updates on a regular basis and download them whenever they are available.

This article will help you to Update Safari.

Manage Passwords With Safari

When logging onto a Web site that requires a user name and password, Safari will ask if you want it to save that information for future use. If you choose to save the password, Safari will save that information and automatically access it every time you want to log onto that site. Having Safari remember your passwords can be a great time saving tool and save you the hassle of having to remember your login information. This is especially true if you have different passwords for different sites. Safari also gives you the ability to manage those passwords as you see fit.

This article will help you to manage passwords with Safari.

Import Bookmarks Into Firefox

Importing bookmarks from another computer or other web browser into Firefox is easy. With just a few clicks, your bookmarks will be saved into your Mozilla Firefox browser.

This article will help you to import Bookmarks Into Firefox.

Choose a Wireless Network Card

Since it clears the home of clutter and can save money on cord connections, wireless networking has come into favor. Businesses such as coffee shops, libraries and hotels all use wireless networking as a way to provide Internet access for their customers. With access to a computer and a wireless network card, you should be able to access your email and favorite Internet websites whenever you're in a WiFi zone. Even your home can be hooked up to this new technology.

This article will help you to choose a wireless Network Card.

Thursday, June 9, 2011

Disable Proxy Settings in Firefox

Proxy settings are useful to help keep a server secure. But if you are using a computer on a Local Area Network (LAN) that is already secure, you may need to disable your proxy settings to avoid communication conflicts. You can easily do so using the Internet browser Firefox.

This article will help you to disable proxy settings in Firefox.

Set Up a Network Printer to a Mac OS

The Mac operating system allows you to set up a network printer on your Mac using the system's built-in Add Printer utility. As long as your Mac is connected to the network, it can access network resources such as a printer. Connecting to a network printer saves money because you do not have to buy another printer just to use with your Mac. You need the IP address of the network printer and its driver to connect to the printer and set it up on your Mac OS X system.

This article will help you to set up a Network printer to a Mac OS.

Set up a Linksys Wireless Router

It's not always easy to set up a wireless router with a Windows client. Linksys routers come with a step-by-step Setup Wizard which makes setup and configuration easy to understand. Once the initial setup is complete, it's simple to customize the configurations.

This article will help you to set up a Linksys Wireless Router.

Determine a Wireless MAC Address

A Media Access Control (MAC) address, also called a physical address, is a number assigned to each networking device on a network. MAC addresses are unique to each device, providing a way to identify different devices and the computers using the devices. If you are setting your computer up on a new network, your network administrator may require your MAC address to register your computer. You can identify wireless MAC addresses using the command prompt tool.

This article will help you to determine a Wirelss MAC address.

Find Mac Address

Learn how to find your Mac Address. Mac Address is called Media Access Control. The MAC address is a number used by network adapters to uniquely identify themselves on a LAN.

This article will help you to find Mac address.

Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Set Up a LAN Network

A local area network, or LAN for short, is a group of interconnected computers that can share data among one another. Almost always, LANs are set up using Ethernet cables connecting Ethernet cards installed on each computer to a hub, switch or router. This joining device must have enough ports on it so that all computers to be connected to the LAN can plug into it. A LAN may, but need not by definition, provide access to the Internet.

This article will help you set up a LAN Network.

Connect a Mac to a PC on a Local Network

Macs running OS X are more compatible with PCs than ever. There is no need to use PC-Mac LAN, and you can even print to Windows printers through your PC. This focuses on getting a Mac to connect to your PC not the other way around.

This article will help you to connect a Mac to a PC on a Local Network.

Backup Firefox addons

Firefox allows us to enhance our web browsing experience through many different means. One of these means are addons. There are pretty much addons for everything. You can have an addon for knowing the weather or having an addon for synchronizing your bookmarks across different Firefox platforms. If something all of a sudden happened with your Firefox profile, all those addons could be gone!

This article will help you to backup Firefox addons.

LAN Settings in Mozilla Firefox

The Mozilla Firefox's local area network settings allows you to specify how Firefox connects to the Internet. Although the network settings are typically controlled by the operating system, the Firefox settings allows you to change how Firefox connects to the Internet. Specifically, you can setup Firefox to use a proxy server, which conceals your true Internet protocol, or IP, address.

This article will help you to get in to LAN settings in Firefox.

Install Quicktime in Firefox

Quicktime is made by Apple, but is available for Windows-based computers as well. Install Quicktime in Firefox so that you can enjoy Web sites that offer Quicktime-based content, such as movie trailers and other video content.

This article will help you to install Quicktime in Firefox.

Tuesday, June 7, 2011

View Page Source in Firefox

When surfing the Web, you might stumble upon a site that has a particular design or structure you've never seen before. Utilizing the handy View Page Source feature within the Firefox Web browser will enable you to see the blueprints of the site. You can then decide if you want to use some of the ideas from the page source to implement into your own Web creations.

This article will help you to view page source in Firefox.

Delete Address Bar History in Firefox

An Address Bar that pops up and reports a list of your previously visited websites can clutter your browser and allow others to invade your privacy. Follow these tips to clean up your Address Bar History and keep its contents from prying eyes.

This article will help you to delete address bar history in Firefox.

Disable IE6 Support

Support options for IE6 running on Windows XP are found in the "Internet Options" menu. If you want to limit the access of a user you can disable this menu by using the Windows Registry. To do this, you need specific keys found in the registry. If the required keys are not present, you must add them manually. To do this, you first need to access the Windows Registry Editor on the computer.

This article will help you to Disable IE6 support

IE Passwords in the Address Bar

Older versions of Microsoft Internet Explorer allowed users to include log-in name and password information in the address bar. Internet Explorer 6 Service Pack 1 and newer versions of Internet Explorer have disabled this feature. The feature was disabled due to the potential for malicious users to exploit a loophole that can trick unwitting victims into thinking that they are accessing a different website than they are actually viewing. 
If you want to change Internet Explorer's settings to allow passwords in the address bar, then you will need to enter the Windows Registry and manually change your Internet Explorer settings.

Update Windows Server 2000

In Windows Server 2000, the original Critical Update Notification feature no longer supplies vital updates because it was replaced by "Automatic Updates." Therefore, "Automatic Updates" must be installed on it. Obtaining important security patches and driver improvements through this feature is just as important with legacy servers as it is with newer ones. Plus, it is the easiest way to help keep you and others safe because you receive relevant Windows Server 2000 updates as soon as they become available.

This article will help you to update Windows Server 2000.

Clear the Toolbar on Internet Explorer

Internet Explorer, like many Web browsing programs, has a customizable toolbar section where you can add various search boxes to speed up your queries. The program also stores your searches in an effort to help you backtrack in case you want to view recent searches again. For those who want to keep their searches under wraps, Internet Explorer includes the option to clear toolbar queries, which can come in handy if you want to avoid having other people stumble upon your private browsing sessions.

  1. Start Internet Explorer.
  2. Click the "Safety" drop-down menu, located near the top-right of the program's window. A menu appears below the button.
  3. Open the "Delete Browsing History" window from the "Safety" menu. You can also press "Ctrl," "Shift" and "Delete" to open the window quickly. A new window opens.
  4. Select the "History" and "Form data" check boxes from the "Delete Browsing History" window. This clears both your search history and data you have entered into forms.
  5. Click "Delete" to finish clearing the toolbar.

Monday, June 6, 2011

Fix Internet Explorer Glitches

Internet Explorer is a Web browser that comes preinstalled with the Windows operating system. Internet Explorer glitches include slow browsing, frequent hanging or freezing, crashing and error messages stating that Internet Explorer has encountered a problem and needs to close. These glitches can be frustrating and may also result in the loss of important information. Fortunately, the Windows operating system includes tools to fix these common glitches. The instructions below apply to the Internet Explorer 8.

Friday, June 3, 2011

Replace a Computer Modem

Modems are used in computers to connect to telephone or cable lines. A modem sends out data from your computer through these lines. The information is altered by the modem from a digital form to an analog one. This makes it possible to send and receive all types of data from the Internet or other computers or servers. A modem can become damaged during power surges. Replacing a computer modem takes a few minutes and one tool.

This article will help you to replace a computer Modem.

Bridge a Motorola DSL Modem

Digital subscriber line (DSL) modems, such as the Motorola DSL modem, allow a computer to access the Internet through a DSL connection. However, most DSL modems do not provide a way to connect additional computers to the Internet through the DSL network. To do this, you will need a router to set up a network for your computers or other devices. Before you do that, you need to bridge your Motorola DSL modem.

This article will help you to Bridge a Motorola DSL Modem.

Setup a DSL Modem

A DSL Internet connection is great if you want fast, reliable access to the Internet. Not only is it easy to set up it is also easy to use. After just a few minutes of work you can be online and ready to download whatever you want at remarkable speeds.

This article will help you to setup a DSL Modem.

Thursday, June 2, 2011

Remove Followers on Twitter

Twitter is a web-based social networking application that allows you to post short updates in real-time for other people to keep track of. Unless you protect your Twitter posts, anybody who has a Twitter account can choose to 'Follow' you and be part of your social network. If you don't want someone to follow you on Twitter, you can make use of the 'Block' feature that prevents your updates from showing up in another person's profile page. Here's how to remove followers from your Twitter account.

This article will help you remove followers on Twitter.

Link Twitter to Facebook Status Updates

Save the hassle of logging into 2 websites just to update your current status. Now you can link your Twitter and Facebook accounts together and save heaps of time. Twitter is a micro-blogging service, that allows its users to send and read other users' updates in real time. While Facebook, the fastest growing social networking community on the Internet today, connects people with friends and others who work, study and live around them.

This article will help you to link Twitter to Facebook status updates.

Download Widgets for Opera

If you already have Opera, you're sure to want to try out the Opera Widgets. They're fun in some cases, and useful in other cases, and small.

This article will help you to download widgets for Opera.

Erase Your History in Opera

Take precautionary measures with Opera when it comes to your history, as allowing a large amount of content to build up can slow down the software. Also, as your Web history shows every site you've visited in the past few days, it can compromise your privacy if you're on a shared computer. Luckily, you can erase your history in Opera whenever you would like.

This article will help you to erase history in Opera Browser.