Computing Articles
  • Prosperity Automated System Offers Passive Income
  • by Elias Georgi
  • In today's tenuous economy, virtually no one can depend upon continuous employment. With more jobs moving offshore and various industries cutting back their payrolls, the guaranteed paycheck is going the way of the rotary dial phone. Although many people continue to work a nine-to-five job with a single employer, more people are looking for ways to either supplement their income or start their own business,so what's the solution ?
  • How to repair computer errors
  • by Michael Cottier
  • Learn how to repair computer errors that are annoying and intrusive. Find out about the different types of errors, where they come from and what causes them.
  • How Does Voip Work?
  • by Dave Markel
  • To make your VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) work good enough you need to have broadband internet connection. Internet broadband connections are represented with cable or DSL modems with bandwidth of 56 kbits and higher.
  • Making the Switch to Voice Over IP
  • by Dave Markel
  • VoIP is very cost effective as the monthly fee is lower than regular telephone networks. More than that, VoIP also integrate call forwarding and call display, options that are extra charged by the phone companies.
  • Introduction to Voice Over IP
  • by Dave Markel
  • VoIP is probably something you have heard about if you are keen of new computer technologies. VoIP allows telephone calls over the Internet and due to the constantly improving Internet connections it is starting to replace traditional phone networks.
  • IBM Notebook ThinkPad T43
  • by Richard Keir
  • Take a look at an IBM notebook computer - particularly the T-43 for the business user. This IBM notebook has some unusual features you'll love.
  • Monetizing RSS Feeds
  • by Sharon Housley
  • Publishers are evaluating options and determining how they can profit from RSS feeds. The two obvious contenders that publishers are considering to profit from their RSS feeds are: subscription RSS feeds and RSS feed advertisements.
  • by Craig Dawber
  • The article deals with the advantages of DVD both as a medium for data storage and entertainment medium. It appears that the advantages are many and limitations are few, giving it the edge over other alternatives.
  • Web Applications vs Desktop Software
  • by Sharon Housley
  • There has been a long running debate about web applications replacing desktop software applications. While some functions are better suited to web applications. It is my belief that security concerns and legacy systems will prevent desktop software from becoming obsolete.
  • How to find the best LCD monitor for you
  • by Michael Cottier
  • Learn about the many different aspects you need to consider when purchasing an LCD monitor for the first time, or if you want a new one. Do not sacrifice picture quality for money; find out how to have the best LCD for the best price.
  • What is Google Base?
  • by Sharon Housley
  • Google Base, is a new service in beta, from Google that requests that publishers add their information to the "Google Base". Google Base is hosted by Google. All types of item submissions are accepted online and off-line information in a variety of formats.
  • by Stephen Wright
  • Finding a Home Business that's right for you is not an easy task. This article outlines steps designed to help in making those decisions.
  • Hard drive crash prevention and recovery tips
  • by Michael Cottier
  • A hard drive crash can destroy all of your important data and cost you a lot of money. Learn how to get your data back and the best possible way to get a hard drive back in your computer and working properly. I also will give you some important tips and ideas to take care of your hard drive and prevent a crash from ever happening.
  • by Stephen Wright
  • Any work at home business doing InternetMarketing these days need to be wary of spyware, and the potentially devastating effects spyware viruses can have.
  • How to upgrade computer memory
  • by Michael Cottier
  • Learn how to upgrade your computers memory yourself. Figure out which kind to buy, where to buy it from and how to replace or add too your old RAM. Save time and money with these steps from an expert.
  • Thinking about Discount Notebook Computers
  • by Richard Keir
  • Some thoughts on discount notebook computers and just why you might be better off with a discounted laptop rather than a bleeding edge model. Plus what to do first - before you shop for a notebook. A little thought can save you a lot of money.
  • by Stephen Wright
  • Get on the bandwagon for profits and increasing your website traffic in the balance with Google Adsense. This article tells you how.
  • Tips for buying a new computer
  • by Michael Cottier
  • This article will help the average consumer avoid the common mistakes when buying a new PC and make sure they get everything they need.
  • What is Web 2.0?
  • by Sharon Housley
  • There has been a lot of chatter lately about Web 2.0, as if the Internet is a versioned software application. So what is Web 2.0?
  • Google's Video Store Premiers
  • by Jim Edwards
  • The trend for selling video on the Internet "vending- machine-style" got a huge boost with the announcement by search giant, Google, that their online video store opened for business. On the surface, it appears they'll just sell old episodes of the "Brady Bunch," "Twilight Zone" and NBA games you missed However, on closer inspection, Google's online Video Store represents a whole-scale shift in communications power.
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