Category: "Computer Tips"


How to Remove Safari Extensions on Mac

  Safari for Mac allows for optional third party browser extensions to be installed, performing functions like social sharing, note taking, interface with apps like 1password, amongst others. Sometimes Safari extensions can be useful, but sometimes they… more »
Learn how to reset (flush) the DNS cache.   About the DNS cache OS X keeps a local cache of resolved DNS queries for a time defined by the DNS server. Sometimes it might be necessary to reset the cache immediately and re-query a DNS server. For example,… more »
Classic Shell™ is free software that improves your productivity, enhances the usability of Windows and empowers you to use the computer the way you like it. The main features are: Highly customizable start menu with multiple styles and skins Quick… more »
The Mac hosts file is a system level file located at /etc/hosts which maps IP addresses to host names for Mac OS X networking. Many users edit and modify the hosts file so that they can point a domain to a different IP address, whether for the purpose… more »
There seems to be people out there with too much time on their hands and they are trying to scam you out of money and time. They send out emails to registered domain owners telling them that there is there own or another domain similar to theirs for… more »

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