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tswayne
4 hours ago

Avast released a report saying that they were able to recover data, including rather compromising personal photos, from used Android devices that had been “...

jluppino
4 hours ago

I’m about to head out to Europe and will spending time both on the continent and in Wales. Obviously I will at least need a European and British AC adapters...

bmahne
7 hours ago

I want to replace the string "IDG" with "IDGE" in a sting fieldHow do I do that?

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TheCount
1 day ago

Microsoft has announced that Windows 7 will enter Extended Support status in January 2015. How will this affect Windows 7 users? Will there be any changes...

PaxProSe
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I am familiar with and use the Tor browser when on my Windows laptop to try to maintain some semblance of online privacy. Is Tor sufficient to ensure...

catamount
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We were looking at changes in our website’s traffic over the past few months and have a disagreement. One member of our staff claims that a forum is...

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Are you a software developer who was a particular attachment to a keyboard? What's your keyboard of choice for writing code and why?

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landon
2 days ago

How can I try a preview version of the upcoming version L of Android?

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LolaBelle
2 days ago

I know that Microsoft is a big company with lots of capabilities, but how did they take down all of No-IP.com’s domains? From what I’ve read, that wasn’t...

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jack12
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How do FTP and HTTP differ in the manner in which they transfer files? Does one offer any significant advantage over the other?

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