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Josh Garrett
5 hours ago

I am in my 30's, and I want to start a new career. My questions are intentionally broad, since I want to get several viewpoints as to what my options are. I...

dayzsunny
5 hours ago

I’m a little confused about VoIP telephony terminology, specifically the term “SIP Trunking.”. Is SIP Trunking just another way to say VoIP, or does it...

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rcook12
6 hours ago

Are there any significant changes to Windows Phone with 8.1, or is it just an incremental update like Android 4.4.3?

stylor
6 hours ago

How can I stop media from automatically playing when I visit a website using Internet Explorer?

cchecca
7 hours ago

All of the recent security issues in the news makes me curious - How much are my personal details and information worth in real dollars? Is there an actual...

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bneubauer001
12 hours ago

I run a university course with approximately 180 students. We use a lot of small group teaching. These small groups are quite varied, different numbers of...

helenamy
17 hours ago

I've got a password protected pdf file from my boss, I need to open and edit it. Anyone know how to remove the password of it?

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delia25
1 day ago

I understand that using unsecured public WiFi is a security risk, and if I’m not using a VPN, someone can “eavesdrop” on my activity. What I don’t know is...

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dvarian
1 day ago

How much difference is there between the Office 365 Personal and Home Premium subscriptions? I have Home Premium now, I’m wondering if I should switch.

ernard
1 day ago

I understand zero day to mean that there is a serious security issue, but I don’t know what it actually means. Where does the term “zero day” come from?

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