What to Do When Someone Steals Your Website Content
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What to Do When Someone Steals Your Website Content

Creating content for the Internet is a challenge. On the one hand, without constant content creation, websites lose traffic and become irrelevant. On the other side of the equation, some unscrupulous webmasters and bloggers regularly seek fresh content from other sites, recycling it on their own pages.

Panasonic Toughbook CF-53 – Bringing desktop power to tough mobile conditions
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Panasonic Toughbook CF-53 – Bringing desktop power to tough mobile conditions

Panasonic introduces its latest entrant in the Toughbook family, semi–rugged Toughbook CF-53. This new device has a 14″ High Definition LED display and is powered by a second generation Intel® i5 or i3 processor. The next generation Toughbook 53 offers its users features such as: Long battery life (operating time of 10 hrs, one-day use) Light-weight (2.

Take remote access of your computer with Chrome Remote Desktop
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Take remote access of your computer with Chrome Remote Desktop

Early 2010, we blogged about three tools that help you remotely control your desktop. There are several more tools and a new kid to hit the block is from our very only Google in the form of the Chrome Remote Desktop. Google Chrome Desktop is an extension for Google Chrome that allows users to remotely access another computer using the Chrome browser or a Chromebook.

How To Easily Merge Multiple MPEG Videos
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How To Easily Merge Multiple MPEG Videos

There are times when a number of small video clips are created when one uses the video function in one’s phone or perhaps you’d like to join together a set of mpg clips created by your digital camcorder. If your camcorder or clips are in the MPEG format, you’re in luck – a simple command line will append and merge the clips into a single large clip allowing you uninterrupted viewing pleasure. This is done by using the COPY command and without the need for any external utility.

Simplify clearing the Windows Print Spooler Queue
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Simplify clearing the Windows Print Spooler Queue

Windows uses Print Spooling to store the print jobs (data sent to a printer) in a buffer, allowing the program that sent the data to the printer to resume its normal operation. Basically, it means that your Word Processor need not wait for the file to print before restoring control to the user. You’re free to work on the document while the printer keeps printing.

Remove your Deleted File Tracks with Eraser
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Remove your Deleted File Tracks with Eraser

Normally, we delete our files and empty the recycle bin but that procedure doesn’t remove those files permanently. The traces are still there and can be recovered easily by using related applications. This can become a problem if you are using a computer with more than 1 user and your important files (which may include passwords, personal information, classified documents etc)  can be at stake.