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  1. A Guide To Port Forwarding

    Networking Support
    What Is Port Forwarding? Port forwarding is an instruction given to your router which tells it what it should do when it receives a packet from the internet addressed to port X, which under normal circumstances would be dropped by the router. Do I need to port forward? If you are running an...
  2. How to perform a MemTest86 Test

    Hard Drive Support
    MemTest86 is an easy-to-use DOS test that can help determine whether or not your memory (RAM) is failing. This test will work on desktops, laptops and notebooks and will test all types of memory. The following article will guide you through how to test your memory for any damage or issues that...
  3. Backup important personal files using Ubuntu LiveCD

    Hard Drive Support
    This tutorial will explain, in some detail, how to backup your files from a Windows partition when Windows will not load. We will be using Ubuntu Live CD. If you do not already have a copy of Ubuntu LiveCD on a CD or thumb drive, go here to download Ubuntu , then download Imgburn to burn the...
  4. Android Tips and Tricks

    Smart Devices | General Topics
    Below are some useful tips and tools for Android users. Some may be new you to and others may be old news The follow steps will be for Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. Some steps may vary depending on your type of device. Table of Contents 1. Using a Task Manager. 2. Battery Usage. 3. Data...
  5. Adding a Calendar to the Clock in Xfce

    Linux Support
    In this tutorial I will show you how to change the standard clock with no calendar function in an Xfce desktop environment to a more functional clock with a calendar that most people will be use to either in a Gnome or KDE environment or even with Microsoft Windows. Your standard clock should...
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