How To Get Around Your School Or Workplace Firewall

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It’s becoming increasingly common today for schools or educational institutions, workplaces, and governments to block websites. One of the most popular examples of such restrictions is the Great Firewall of China, which enforces internet censorship in the country to slow down cross-border internet traffic, and block access to certain foreign websites. If you’ve come across […]

Using the Transmission Web Interface

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When you talk about downloading a torrent file, it’s normally assumed that you’re looking to download some illegal and copyright protected content from the Internet. This belief is so popular that many companies have simply blocked access to torrents from their internal networks.  The question is, how do you download legal torrents while in your […]

How To Set Up Your Website On Google Analytics

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Google Analytics has always been one of the most popular tools website owners have used to monitor their web traffic. Setting up a new website in Google Analytics isn’t quite as straightforward as it should be. However, following the steps below, you should be able to have your website enabled with Google Analytics tracking in […]

15 Best Websites for Free Clipart Downloads

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Ah, clipart! Or is it clip art? This could be as debatable as how to pronounce .gif. We’ve gone through over 25 clipart sites that lay claim to being awesome, and narrowed them down to 15. If you’re looking for free HD images and videos, we’ve got an article for that too. The criteria for […]

How to Find, Download, and Install Custom Icons in Linux

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Linux users have the freedom to customize their system to fit their preferences, including the desktop theme and icons. There are many simple ways to create custom icons in Linux to change the look and feel of your system. We will discuss the following methods to use custom icons:    Finding and installing custom icons from […]

How to Create an XML Sitemap for Your Site

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If you run a website of any kind, you should probably have an XML sitemap. It will help your search engine optimization (SEO). But you might be wondering what an XML sitemap is, and even if you knew, how would you create an XML sitemap?  The good news is that creating an XML sitemap is […]

How To Download a Video From Any Website

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Downloading videos is easy when you see a download button. Unfortunately, most video sharing sites obviously don’t allow downloads, usually to protect copyrights or because there’s not a large demand to download their videos. But there are tools and tricks you can use to download videos even when there isn’t a download button. Maybe you […]

How to Remove Table Borders in Google Docs

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Google Docs is one of the best ways to create and share documents for all purposes, and one of the main reasons for such is that it allows a wide range of formatting capabilities. If there’s something worth inserting in your document to organize it or convey your message better, Google Docs probably supports it. […]

How to Tunnel VNC over SSH

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If you’re connecting to a remote desktop using the Virtual Network Computing (VNC) protocol, your connection might not be secure. Some VNC clients, like the popular TightVNC, don’t encrypt your connection beyond the initial sign-in stage. To get around the problem, you can tunnel a VNC connection over a Secure Shell (SSH) tunnel. Not only […]

What Is Windows PE & How To Make a PE Rescue Disk

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Windows PE (or Windows Preinstallation Environment) is a scaled-down version of Windows. This custom environment is useful in an emergency, letting you run Windows commands or custom, third-party tools to resolve issues with your Windows installation or, in a worst-case scenario, to recover your files. There are several third-party Windows PE rescue disks that you […]