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It doesn’t happen very often for regular users, but sometimes a website or service needs to change their IP address and your computer’s local cached entry is incorrect. When you are a server administrator or programmer, this happens all the time.

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When you are setting up a long range Wi-Fi connection, you want to make sure that your connection is as solid as possible, but can you use a mixture of antenna types or should you go with high-gain only? Today’s SuperUser Q&A post has the answers to a confused reader’s question.

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Development on the next release of Ubuntu is continuing to move along, so if you like helping with the testing phase or simply want a peek at the newest features, then here is your chance for some fresh 14.10 goodness. So grab a stack of blank DVDs and get ready for some alpha release fun!

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Your computer is probably running a 64-bit version of Windows. But take a look at the Task Manager and you’ll see most programs on your system are still 32-bit. Is this a problem?

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When it comes to internet-enabled radios, it takes a lot to stand out from the crowd. Today we’re taking a look at the Grace Digital Encore, a beefy little Wi-Fi radio with huge sound, dead simple setup, and even smartphone support. Read on as we take a tour and put it through the paces.

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One can never have enough Minecraft goodness to fill the old geek den with, so with that in mind, we found another tempting piece for you to add to your collection. Learn how to make your own personal flickering Minecraft torch in today’s DIY video!

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When you run a command using sudo in Linux, the Terminal prompts you to type in your password with no visual feedback as you type. We’ll show a quick tweak that will show asterisks (*) when you type in your password in the Terminal.

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Windows domains are typically used on large networks — corporate networks, school networks, and government networks. They aren’t something you’ll encounter at home unless you have a laptop provided by your employer or school.

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