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mcas1777
40 min ago

i clicked on the box with the arrow pointing up but it does not appear on the list

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psychedelicgemini
3 hours ago

I believe that someone is tracking my cellphone.   He knows everything about me and my whereabouts.  How can I find out more about this and where...

narayanmurthy1985
4 hours ago

What is the future outlook for Hadoop administrators?

dvarian
11 hours ago

How do I start Windows 8 in safe mode?

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psychedelicgemini
11 hours ago

I believe that someone is tracking my cellphone.   He knows everything about me and my whereabouts.  How can I find out more about this and where...

owen
16 hours ago

How do you make sure that information that is critical to the company is backed up when you allow BYOD?

ttopp
20 hours ago

It seems that every month or so I see a news story along the lines of “Brand X smartphone explodes in man’s pocket,” or “Brand Y laptop battery explodes,...

PaxProSe
21 hours ago

A friend of mine got a new Windows 8 laptop, which he then wanted to update to Windows 8.1. After the update, he only gets a black screen on boot. He can...

dthomas
1 day ago

IBM has started renting bare metal servers by the hour, but what exactly are bare metal servers and how do they differ from “regular” servers?

SilverHawk
1 day ago

I’m trying to find and minimize all of the WiFi dead zones in a small, two story office building. The company is using an AirPort Extreme gateway, which...

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