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mandril
9 hours ago

When is the deadline for making a public comment to the FCC in support of net neutrality?

zeeman
9 hours ago

I’m sure this is sounds silly to Mac users, but I grew up with C64s and DOS before moving onto Windows and I don’t have a lot of experience with Macs....

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jlister
9 hours ago

Has all of the news about the NSA spying on pretty much everyone and intercepting much of the electronic communication in the US slowed cloud adoption? I...

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cuetip
9 hours ago

My monitor is nice a large and clear, but one corner has a problem with backlight bleed. Whenever the image on the screen is dark, it has a light corner...

mcmillanpeter14
10 hours ago

Yesterday when I tried to open my Notes mail, the following error flashed on the screen:‘RRV Bucket is Corrupt’. The error would be occurring due to corrupt...

owen
10 hours ago

How can I remove all the metadata from Excel files before sharing them with another company?

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TravisT
10 hours ago

How can I make sure TRIM is working after I install a new SSD on a Windows 7 PC that came with a HDD (will be reinstalling Windows 7)?

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jackson
10 hours ago

I don’t always go through the steps to properly eject SD cards from computers at work before I remove them. I usually use a USB reader, but on some laptops...

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aiden
10 hours ago

I was surprised to see the news that included in the massive 18,000 job cuts is the elimination of XBox Entertainment Studios. I thought that Microsoft was...

ernard
10 hours ago

If there are no moving parts in a CPU, thus removing friction from the equation, what is happening that causes it to get hot when it is under a heavy load...

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