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How to Change a Folder in RoboForm

How to Change a Folder in RoboForm

RoboForm stores your login names and passwords, organizing them in folders and sub-folders. This helps sort your login information, so that you are not scrolling through pages of stored logins. You can create folders pertinent to each of your categories, and if there is more than one person using th
How to Write to the Android File System

How to Write to the Android File System

The Android file system is protected against writing by default. It's similar to the operating system directory on your computer, because files written to it may cause problems. The Android file system is set to be read-only. You can use the Android Software Development Kit and a special developer m
What Is Windows XP Student Edition?

What Is Windows XP Student Edition?

Microsoft produces many different versions of each operating system. One of these versions is a student edition. Microsoft Windows XP is one software that was marketed to students.
How to Install Arris Touchstone 501 in Windows XP

How to Install Arris Touchstone 501 in Windows XP

The Arris Touchstone 501 is a high-speed telephony modem, enabling your Windows XP computer to connect online. Installing this equipment to your XP computer is possible by effectuating a physical connection to the hardware followed by establishing a network link utilizing the commands embedded in yo
Problems Installing DirectX 9.0

Problems Installing DirectX 9.0

DirectX 9.0, a graphics boosting program designed by Microsoft for the Windows operating system, includes several features, including pixel shading, 3-D image enhancers and support for both 64 bit and 32 bit computers. Still, none of these features are very helpful when experiencing...
How to Create an XP-Compatible Partition

How to Create an XP-Compatible Partition

In order to install Windows XP onto a new hard drive, you first have to create a viable partition on that drive. Creating a partition is essentially a way of splitting the hard drive into one or more discrete "portions" that will each be recognized by your operating system as "drives" -- the C: driv
How to Identify Unknown Communications Protocol

How to Identify Unknown Communications Protocol

Network communication protocols are usually established to enable applications and services running on hosts to communicate even when designed and developed by different parties. However, in some cases, protocols are invented to meet a specific requirement, are not standard and may disrupt networks
How to Upgrade an XP Service Pack 1 to SP 2

How to Upgrade an XP Service Pack 1 to SP 2

Don't ignore Windows Updates. It may be harmful to your computer if you do. Windows Service Packs are major updates and patches to the Windows operating system. A Service Pack improves the security, patches any vulnerabilities and adds new features to Windows. Some of the features introduced in Serv
What Is the Difference Between Microsoft Windows 98 & Microsoft Windows XP?

What Is the Difference Between Microsoft Windows 98 & Microsoft Windows XP?

Windows 98 and Windows XP are both operating systems from Microsoft. They have somewhat similar interfaces, but the similarities pretty much end there. Windows 98 was released in 1998, and Windows XP was released in 2001.
How to Get Sound with Boycott Advance

How to Get Sound with Boycott Advance

Boycott Advance is a program that emulates Nintendo's Game Boy Advance portable console on personal computers. You can use this software to develop and test games for the Game Boy Advance platform or to play games that amateur developers create and distribute online. Boycott Advance has the ability
XP Update Packages

XP Update Packages

When it was first released in 2001, Windows XP was considered to be a revolutionary step forward for operating system design and development. Since its initial release, there have been countless updates to almost every aspect of the operating system. Of these updates, there have been...
Toshiba Recovery Options

Toshiba Recovery Options

As a last resort, you can restore the factory settings on your laptop.Laptop image by Marek Kosmal from Fotolia.comToshiba laptops, like any others, can run into problems that make them almost worthless. While many users take their laptops to a professional to fix the issue, this can...
How to Install Memory for the HP Pavilion ZX6000

How to Install Memory for the HP Pavilion ZX6000

Memory for an HP model ZV6000 can be in two locations depending on how your laptop was made at the factory. One location for the memory is on the bottom of the laptop. The other location for the memory is beneath the keyboard. In order to install new memory, you will need to determine where the memo
How to Make Your Own Windows CD

How to Make Your Own Windows CD

With the release of Windows 7, for the first time Microsoft offered their operating system as a download. If you use Windows 7, you can download the ISO disc image and burn this to disc. You will then have your own Windows disc. This is useful if you ever need to recover, repair or reinstall your op
How to Hook Up Windows Media Center in Vista

How to Hook Up Windows Media Center in Vista

The Windows Media Center program is built into certain versions of the Windows Vista and Windows 7 operating systems. As opposed to Windows Media Player, which only allows you to catalog and play certain types of audio and video files, Windows Media Center also enables you to use your computer as a
How to Stop Tracking Cookies With Windows Vista

How to Stop Tracking Cookies With Windows Vista

Tracking cookies are used by websites to trace your online activity so that advertisements can be created specifically for you. The most annoying types of tracking cookies can be used to get information from your computer that can allow the vendors behind them to contact you. In Windows Vista you ca
How do I Remove Start Up Items From Windows XP?

How do I Remove Start Up Items From Windows XP?

Removing start up items from Windows XP can decrease the amount of time necessary for your computer to boot. By default, start up items launch each time you log in to Windows XP, so having a large number of start up programs increases the strain put on the processor when first logging in. The System
How to Set Up a FTP Site in Windows XP Pro

How to Set Up a FTP Site in Windows XP Pro

File transfer protocol (FTP) is a web-based technology developed and used to transfer files from one computer or server to another. It is the most common method of transferring website files to the hosting server. Windows XP Professional, the most robust version of the Windows XP operating system, h
How to Repair an Audio Card Driver in Windows XP

How to Repair an Audio Card Driver in Windows XP

Your audio card, or sound card, is a board of circuits and connections which regulates audio on your personal computer, including listening to MP3 media and chatting on a microphone through instant messenger. Audio card hardware uses what is called a "driver" to communicate and integrate with operat
How to Stop an Installer

How to Stop an Installer

Installing a piece of software typically requires the activation of a setup or installer program. Like any other program running on your system, an installer takes up system resources, as well as filling space on your hard drive with the chosen software. If for any reason you wish to stop the instal