Mozilla Firefox is a web browser commercialized and managed by the Mozilla Corporation.
It is the second-most-popular browser in use worldwide after Microsoft Internet Explorer. Its major advantage over the Microsoft Internet Explorer is speed. It is much faster.
Opera is a fast and free Web browser and Internet suite developed by the Opera Software company.
It is safe, secure, powerful and fully customizable. Speed is its competitive advantage.
What does the "System error 67 has occurred" message mean?
This can happen when using the NET USE networking command.
Let's use an example. When mapping a drive on a server and launching some application using a script, we usually use the NET USE networking command. For example, the following script:
It is very easy to forget a password in our information age as probably everyone has tons of passwords. Not wanting to remember all passwords, some people leave their home wireless routers set to the default factory settings. But even with that setting, it is easy to "forget" oneself out of a router.
How to re-create or restore the Show Desktop icon on the Quick Launch toolbar?
We all know how easily icons can disappear, right? Click the mouse button by mistake while scrolling over the page not noticing we clicked it when on top of an icon, and the icon is suddenly gone.
How to check if my computer is running a 32 bit or 64 bit operating system?
This can be easily researched through the computer registry.
google_ad_section_start is a keyword that the Google Adsense service uses to focus on a page section. Or, more precisely, a webmaster of a web uses this keyword in the HTML code to emphasize a page section that he wants the Google crawlers to see and pay more attention to. This is called Google Ad Section.
RAID is short for Redundant Array of Independent (or Inexpensive) Disks.
It is a category of disk drives that employ two or more drives in combination with fault tolerance and performance management systems.
Browser Safe Colors is a term that refers to the array of colors that can be described in the computer language using only 8 bits.
In the days when 8-bit monitors were the standard, a web developer had to restrict himself or herself to only the browser safe colors in order to ensure that the colors he or she chose would appear correctly on web pages.
A prime number (often simply called a "prime" for short) is a natural number, a positive integer where p greater 1 that has no positive integer divisors other than 1 and p itself. More precisely, it has exactly two distinct natural number divisors.