From Start to Finish: the Evolution of the Internet

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When the Internet first began it was to prove we had the ability to communicate instantly without the use of telephones or snail mail. The Internet then involved into an online message board where users from all across the world could connect, communicate and share within minutes.

Today, the Internet has evolved into an ever-expanding community of socialization, communication and sharing that is nearly instant whether you are using a traditional Internet connection or if you are Read more…

Celebrating Advancements in Technology Over the Years

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Technological advances over the years have rendered a digital age in which many things that were once deemed impossible are being made possible. Realistic graphics displayed on prominent Sony and Microsoft systems, such as the PS3 and XBOX 360, now dominate the screen and have paved the way for a new generation of gaming. Internal microphones and integrated webcams are now standard features of many laptops that are included in initial purchases, and free software, including Skype, make it possible to make video or voice Read more…

Tools to Keep Your Browser Tabs Organized

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When you’re working on something, it’s not unusual to have several tabs open in your Internet browser window. Multitasking is easy to do with tabs. Sometimes, though, those tabs seem to get a little out of control.

You have to click through all of your tabs before you find the one you want. That’s a huge waste of time. If you want to keep your browser tabs organized and be a more efficient worker, take advantage of these tools and tricks.

These tips are all specifically for Google Chrome, but other browsers such as Mozilla Firefox and Internet Explorer have equivalents for most of them.

1. Sync Open Tabs

If you have to switch computers – for example, from your desktop to your laptop – you don’t have to lose all the tabs you had open. You can take them along with you.

This feature is built right into Chrome. Simply type “chrome://flags/” into the address bar on Chrome and click Enable syncing open tabs. This syncs the open tabs to your Google account, meaning you can now open it from Chrome on any computer or Android device.

2. Pin Tab

If you’re worried you might accidentally close an important tab, there’s an easy way to keep that from happening. Right-click on the tab and choose Pin Tab. The tab will shrink down to just the favicon and move to the beginning of the tab list.

It puts your important tabs at the beginning and keeps you from closing something out by accident.

3. Keyboard shortcuts

Using your keyboard shortcuts to navigate your tabs can save you a great deal of time. CtrlTab and CtrlPage Down both move one tab to the right, while CtrlShiftTab and CtrlPage Up move to the right.

Perhaps the most valuable keyboard shortcut, however, is the one that lets you open the last tab you closed: CtrlShiftT>. If you do accidentally close a tab, you can undo it with this shortcut.

4. TooManyTabs

This Chrome extension is perfect for people who frequently have so many tabs open that they can’t even see the favicons anymore. It gives you a bird’s-eye view of your tabs, an easy preview of the content of each tab, tab search, the ability to suspend idle tabs, and the ability to sort tabs by domain name, page title, or when they were created.

5. Tab sugar

Firefox has its own version of this Chrome extension included as a feature called Tab Groups. You can create different tab groups or folders, place tabs within them, and easily navigate through tabs that have similar functions.

If you’re working on multiple projects, this is an excellent way to put all tabs pertaining to one project together without losing any of the others.

6. ZipTabs

At the end of the day, if you just want to save all your tabs for the next day or take them home to peruse on your own, ZipTabs is there for you. It downloads all your open tabs into a handy zip file, so even if you’re not going to have Internet access later, you can still read all the web pages you saved.

If you happen to live in a remote outpost of the U.S., you can also have high-speed Internet, rather than settle for dial-up. Be sure when you open more tabs, you dedicate one to learning about satellite internet and how you can have speeds faster than ever before.

Putting Together New Servers for Your Website

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Organizing your website is one of the best things you can do when it comes to maintaining a good client base. When someone visits your site, they want it to be fully organized and easy to navigate. Without these features, you will find that it is almost impossible to get people to stay and use your services or even read your blog. When creating a site, the most important thing you need to do would be to organize new servers as much as possible.

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New Innovations to Make Web Page Integration Seamless

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Creating a website takes a lot of hard work, but it is worth it when you have something seamless and professional. There are a few things you can do as a website owner to ensure that your template looks as good as it possibly can. One way to accomplish this is by using an innovative software program designed specifically to create websites for you. You can either purchase this software at a local office supply store or you can download it directly from the Internet. You can then customize each Read more…

The Differences between Shared Servers and Private Servers

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If you have a router in your home, you might have noticed that you can either make the server secure or leave it open. There are a few things you need to know about secured and unsecured servers before you do anything permanently. One thing to remember is that when a server is secure, only people who have your unique passkey can access it. This basically means that people who are close by or your neighbors cannot pick up your WiFi for free. This is often the best option in order to keep yourself secure and private while accessing Read more…

New Technologies to Make Loading Times Faster

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When you’re using the Internet in your home, you might notice that it is not as fast as you would like it to be. This can be a major problem for people who either work from home or use their computers to play games that need to be as high-speed as possible. There are a few things you can do if you want to be able to increase loading times so that they are quicker and more convenient for you. One way to improve loading times is to change your Internet provider. Read more…

Using Web Tools to Draw Customers to Your Website

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There are certain tools that are available which can help any website to become much better and which can help those who are looking for their information actually find them. What this all means is that web tools are useful in getting people the type of relevant websites that they actually want to see.

Web tools include things like having an electronic shopping cart available to visitors. This will allow them to make the purchases that they need to when they are checking out a website. That is Read more…