Monthly Archives: November 2009

Creating an avatar from a photograph

By on November 18, 2009

Many folk like to have an avatar created from a photo of their pet or other animal photo. An avatar for use in the Tech Support Forum has a maximum size of … read more →

Photo Avatars Part 1

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These photographs have been converted to .gif files suitable for use as Avatars. No file is bigger that 19.5 KB or 100 pixels. Copyright declaration & public domain release. The following photographs … read more →

Photo Avatars Part 2

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These photographs have been converted to .gif files suitable for use as Avatars. No file is bigger that 19.5 KB or 100 pixels. Copyright declaration & public domain release. The following photographs … read more →

From Low to High Culture: The Evolution of Video Gaming

By on November 17, 2009

Video gaming is impossible to ignore these days; with more and more money being pumped into the promotion of the latest video game or console, you can’t help but notice the huge … read more →

How to Speed Up FireFox

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A great way to optimize Firefox is to edit the program manually to tell it to use certain values more efficiently. In this guide, I am going to explain how you can … read more →

Start-up Issues Windows Xp/Vista

By on November 13, 2009

A common problem for users is when out of the blue your pc won’t start. Sometimes it just hangs there and does nothing and other times it simply gives an error and … read more →

Which is the best way to upload files via FTP?

By on November 12, 2009

There are many different ways that you can upload files to a web server. These might be photographs you need a backup of or website files to market a business or personal … read more →

Installing and using Windows backup software

By on November 6, 2009

A little known add on shipped free on the XP home edition is Windows XP Home Edition Backup. It’s a very basic piece of backup software, but it is less crude than … read more →