Category Archives: Help

PC Serial Number

Here is a quick command that you can use to find the Serial Number of your machine. To find the serial number, open command prompt (cmd) and type the following command. c:\>wmic bios get serialnumber This will give you your machine’s serial number by pulling the information  
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Questions to ask Before Setting up a Web Site

1) Corporate Identity: Corporate Information (for site development): Company Name (Legal) Company Name (Branding) Company Tag Line: Company Phone Number Company Fax Number Address: Other contact information Business hours of operation (store hours / when phones will be answered, if relevant) 2) Domain Names and Hosting: Main Domain Name: What other domain names do you…
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Registrar Transfer

Obtaining an authorization code for registrar transfer The table below shows how to contact most common registrars, their contact information, and the general process: REGISTRAR TO OBTAIN AN AUTHORIZATION CODE CONTACT INFO TRANSFER APPROVAL Network Solutions Call support and request Authorization Code; they will send it back to the ‘Admin’ contact on domain. (888) 642-9675…
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Unsubscribe Email

Why unsubscribing can be a bad idea, whether you do it by sending a reply email or opening an "unsubscribe" web link: 1. You have confirmed to the sender that your email address is both valid and in active use. If the sender is unscrupulous then the volume of email you receive will most likely…
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Samples Pages Names

Common Site Pages Most Web sites have a specific set of pages in common with one another. Every Web site, bar none, has a “home page,” even if there is nothing but a home page. Then there are the others usually found on a site: contact pages, descriptions of products or services, a page about…
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Malware

The differences between "viruses" and "malware." Viruses are a specific type of malware (designed to replicate and spread), while malware is a broad term used to describe all sorts of unwanted or malicious code. Malware can include viruses, spyware, adware, nagware, trojans, worms, and more. However, because viruses (and to a lesser extent, trojans and…
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