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February 2008
 

Date Posted: February 24, 2008

Q. I am setting up a wireless network in my home and will use it primarily for allowing more than one computer to share my broadband connection. Should I be worried about securing it?

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Date Posted: February 17, 2008

Q. With so many websites and other devices that use an IP address, aren't we running out of numbers?

Q. Many times when I have a problem with an application, I get a message that asks if I want to send a message to Microsoft about it. How do I turn this off? 

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Date Posted: February 10, 2008

Q. On a memory module there is a designation called CL-2.5. I pretty much understand what the other numbers mean, but I am lost when it comes to the CL number. Can you explain what it is?

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Date Posted: February 3, 2008

Q. I deleted several programs and deleted everything from My Documents, ran disc cleanup, emptied the Recycle bin and ran defrag? Why has the available space on my computer's hard drive hardly changed?

Q. How can I tell how much memory my computer has and if I can install more?

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