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What is PodCasting



It is becoming difficult to ignore the growing trend of podcasting. The boom of MP3 players really took off in 2001 with the release of Apple's iPod. The iPod ushered in a new way to listen to music, and many others followed. There are currently hundreds of different MP3 players on...

VoIP - Voice Over IP



VoIP is a term that you may not have heard of, but will become very common over the coming years. Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) is a technology that enables the transmission of voice over an existing IP network (such as "the Internet" or a local network). Simply put, VoIP is...

Better Browsing With Service Pack 2



Before Service Pack 2, Internet Explorer posed one of the biggest security risks in Windows XP. Critical update patches were frequently being released to fix it, but internet Explorer simply had too many security holes. Now Service Pack 2 (SP2) brings a new level of security to internet Explorer,...

Spyware and Adware Removal



Spyware and Adware are two of the major annoyances for many computer users, slowing down PCs and obtaining information - all done covertly. Most computers connected to the internet will in fact be infected with some form of spyware, with users being blissfully unaware (apart from...

What is a Firewall?



A personal firewall is a software application which filters traffic entering or leaving your computer. When you're connected to the Internet, information is flowing to and from your PC in a near-constant stream through your PC's "ports". There are thousands of "ports" and they are like little...

How to choose a Web Host



If you have your own website, you will have some form of a webhost providing the service that allows you to store the information contained within your site to be accessible over the internet. Some ISPs supply free webspace, which is not the sort of hosting this article covers. If...
 



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