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  • What Components Are Inside My Computer?

    Webcasts // Jan 2012 // provided by Videojug

    In this Webcast the presenter describes about the components inside the computer. The presenter also describes the major hardware components that can be found in their hardware tower with out help.

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  • How to Know How Much RAM Should You Get for Your Computer

    Webcasts // Jan 2012 // provided by Videojug

    In this Webcast the presenter describes about the usage of RAM in the computer. The presenter describes always get more RAM for the computer. One can never have too much RAM. Having too much RAM has no detrimental effect, but lack of RAM can cause problems with their computer speed.

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  • How to Change Your IP Address in Windows

    Webcasts // Jan 2012 // provided by Videojug

    In this Webcast the presenter describes about Changing IP address. The IP address or Internet Protocol address is the computer's unique identifier. Here is the quick webcast on how to change their IP address when using Windows.

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  • How To Make Your Wireless Network Secure

    Webcasts // Jan 2012 // provided by Videojug

    In this Webcast, the presenter explains about how to make the wireless network as a secured one. While setting up their wireless network one also want to be concerned about security. It's a little bit more vulnerable than a wired network is but it doesn't have to be.

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  • How to Tell if a Website Is Secure

    Webcasts // Jan 2012 // provided by Videojug

    There are a number of ways that the user can tell whether a site that their working with is secure or not. One of the most common ways is a little icon on the bottom of their browser that's a padlock. In this Webcast, the presenter explains about website security.

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  • Computer Security and Surfing

    Webcasts // Jan 2012 // provided by Videojug

    In this Webcast, the presenter explains about computer security and surfing. Encryption is a process in which data is encoded so that it can be sent over lines, network lines, the Internet, and it is decoded on the end where it is received. That way, the information, if it's intercepted ...

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  • How to Enhance the Privacy of Your E-mail On Your Computer

    Webcasts // Jan 2012 // provided by Videojug

    E-mail is relatively private. Relatively private because it does involve machines and servers that handle multiple pieces of mail and are administered by other people. In this Webcast, the presenter explains about how to enhance the privacy of their E-mail on their Computer.

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  • Mobile Tips: Dial Phone Numbers Using Letters on Your Blackberry

    Webcasts // Jan 2012 // provided by Videojug

    In this Webcast the presenter describes about Mobile tips. The presenter also describes about dialing phone numbers using letters on their Blackberry. Using the Alt and ABC buttons, one can type letters into a phone number.

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  • How to Get Cheap or Free Long Distance

    Webcasts // Jan 2012 // provided by Videojug

    With traditional long distance phone lines, one have to pay a toll to all the companies their phone call goes through. But VoIP technology allows one to use the internet to go around these long distance phone companies and get directly to the person they want to talk to. In ...

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  • How To Improve Your VOIP Reliability

    Webcasts // Jan 2012 // provided by Videojug

    In this Webcast the presenter describes about improving VoIP line reliability. One is, the user can run a battery back-up on their voice over IP system, whether it is an ATA, an IP phone, or their computer. So that if there is a power outage, or if there's a brownout, ...

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