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  • How to make Windows Vista appear like XP

    A lot of XP users are unable to handle or get used to the new look of Vista ,with its flashy appearance and heavy load on your PC
    http://www.freetechexams.com/microsoft-windows/windows-vista/how-to-make-windows-vista-app...
  • How to get Yahoo Messenger for Windows Vista

    The easy to use and easy to manage Yahoo messenger is the perfect addition to your Windows Vista set up
    http://www.freetechexams.com/microsoft-windows/windows-vista/how-to-get-yahoo-messenger-fo...
  • How to Capture Screen Shots with Windows Vista

    In order to capture the current screen you are viewing, the Vista snipping tool needs to be installed. Once it has been installed it is a good practic
    http://www.freetechexams.com/microsoft-windows/windows-vista/how-to-capture-screen-shots-w...
  • How to Speed up Windows Vista

    Is your computer taking forever to start up? Is it getting stuck every now and then? Such scenarios can be extremely annoying and frustrating, here ar
    http://www.freetechexams.com/microsoft-windows/windows-vista/how-to-speed-up-windows-vista...
  • Restoring a Trusted Site List in Windows Vista

    You can restore the trusted site list in windows vista. You can also backup the trusted site list using Regedit
    http://www.freetechexams.com/microsoft-windows/windows-vista/how-to-restore-trusted-site-l...
  • Introduction to Wide Area Network (WAN)

    WAN is a wide area network, as such it is spread over a very large area such as a city, country or even a continent and overseas, the internet is a WA
    http://www.freetechexams.com/computer-networking/network/what-is-wide-area-network.html
  • Introduction to Metropolitan Area Network - MAN

    MAN stands for metropolitan area network. As the name suggests a MAN usually have a range of a particular city. They typically use wireless (Wi-Fi or
    http://www.freetechexams.com/computer-networking/network/what-is-metropolitan-area-network.html
  • Introduction to Intranet

    An intranet is a private computer network built inside Organisation Company or a university. Intranet uses internet protocols with some times wired an
    http://www.freetechexams.com/computer-networking/network/what-is-intranet.html
  • Network Routers - Introduction to Broadband, DLS and IP

    Routers are much different than hubs or switches; they are more complicated network devices capable of handling more complex tasks. At time routers ca
    http://www.freetechexams.com/computer-networking/network/what-is-network-router.html
  • Network Cabling - Different type of Network Cables

    Routers are much different than hubs or switches; they are more complicated network devices capable of handling more complex tasks. At time routers ca
    http://www.freetechexams.com/computer-networking/network/comparison-between-routers-switch...
  • Hardware Requirements for setting up home based Wireles

    First of all there are routers which are hardware equipment used for connecting many wired/wireless networks to each other. It is a layer 3 gateway; h
    http://www.freetechexams.com/computer-networking/network/hardware-used-for-setting-up-home...
  • Network Cabling - Different type of Network Cables

    Whereas wireless networking is the newest leap in technology, many networks still remain wired, mainly due to the speed and security of wired connecti
    http://www.freetechexams.com/computer-networking/network/network-cables.html
  • What is Modem - Introduction to Computer Modems

    Modems (modulator demodulators) are small box like devices used in dial up network connections. Modems translate data from binary to analog and vice v
    http://www.freetechexams.com/computer-networking/network/computer-modems.html
  • What are lag switches

    A lag switch is a device which is used to create time lags or delays into the flow of data traffic. This way the modem does not get overloaded. Lag sw
    http://www.freetechexams.com/computer-networking/network/lag-switches.html
  • What is Ethernet Card - NIC Card - LAN CARD

    A lot like a network adapter, an Ethernet card supports the standard for a high speed wired connection. They are also known as network interface cards
    http://www.freetechexams.com/computer-networking/network/ethernet-card.html
  • What are Patch Cables - Introduction to Patch Cable

    These cables are used usually when you wish to connect two similar type devices through Ethernet. They are also used for a short period of time whilst
    http://www.freetechexams.com/computer-networking/network/patch-cables.html


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