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The objective for this lesson is for you to gain a complete understanding of the Homegroup concept and how it works for network sharing.

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Windows XP isn’t dead and buried yet. Microsoft will be creating security updates for XP for years to come, but those updates won’t be available to normal users. No, they’re just for large businesses and governments with money to burn.

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This week saw the arrival of Windows XP’s EOL date, yet many are holding onto it, and on occasion, even older systems still. How do you convince a stubborn family member that updating their unsupported system to a newer, more secure one is in their best interest?

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Do you like a good challenge that will make you think? Then test your thinking and shooting skills versus walls, twists, turns, and gravity itself in a quirky physics-based arena with Contrast Canon!

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The objective for this lesson is to explain the Public folder concept, what it is and how it works. As you will see, this folder can be used both for sharing with other people that use the same computer and with others on the network.

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If you’re rocking XBMC, the robust, free, and open-source media center solution (that we love and rave about) and are sick of suffering without subtitles, or struggling to manually match and download them, struggle no more: you can enable automatic downloading in XBMC. Read on as we show you how to enable the service and grab subtitles with ease.

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The last time we alerted you to a major security breach was when Adobe’s password database was compromised, putting millions of users (especially those with weak and frequently reused passwords) at risk. Today we’re warning you about a much bigger security problem, the Heartbleed Bug, that has potentially compromised a staggering 2/3rds of the secure websites on the internet. You need to change your passwords, and you need to start doing it now.

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Do you like the idea of buildings and bridges having a literal ‘twist’ built into their design? Then sit back and enjoy today’s presentation about the use of Mobius Band design in buildings and bridges by Carlo H. Sequin from U.C. Berkeley!

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