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alexgrossman
31 min ago

 

I'm a basic computer user and don't know enough about those hecks. While moving from Windows 7 to Winodws 8, I've choosen to delete an...

TravisT
44 min ago

What does a college student need to do to get a student license for Microsoft Office?

MGaluzzi
14 hours ago

I was talking to my kid about my childhood, and the topic of old computers came up. When it hit her that we didn’t have the internet then, she was curious...

mandril
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My knowledge psychology is pretty much limited to my psych 101 class as an undergrad, which is to say limited. I do remember the Skinner Box experiment,...

rcook12
18 hours ago

I know that Apple lists the iPhone 5S as officially supported, but I’m concerned that the older hardware may not be up to snuff for it. Has anyone tried iOS...

dayzsunny
21 hours ago

Is there a way to opt out or stop Facebook from using my browsing history for targeted advertising? I’m not comfortable with a company constantly looking...

catamount
23 hours ago

I have an HP Chromebook 14, and I was wondering how to take a screenshot on it.

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blackdog
1 day ago

Bleep is a messaging app by Bit-Torrent that just had the alpha go live for anyone who wants to try it out. It’s main selling point is that if you want to...

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omkar
1 day ago

Hi all ,I am Computer engineer . Don't have much interest in coding . I wanted to do MBA but could not . Currently I am working as a Quality Analyst(Manual...

bcastle
3 days ago

Something that I was recently exposed to when I upgraded my home TV from a 32” to a 60” screen is that some things that used to look pretty good on the...

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