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… documents between all their apple devices. 4GB free but only for photos, you need is a paid version for documents. Google Drive From Google (of course) and for everybody (you do need a google account); also very easy to use, letting you store and access your files anywhere, on the web, your HDD or on the go and each is updated when online. Below is a summary of features for the Big Four [table id=1 /] I use Dropbox and GoogleDrive mostly as I’ve had accounts for years, but  there are many …
… a home based business does not have a store front or a public office where they can advertise themselves, you must invest money in getting the word out to the world about your company. Consider internet marketing as a way for your business to expand in the world as well as advertising in local newspapers, billboards, and newsletters. 2) It takes time to develop clientele and make a significant amount of money through any business and this is not any different when it comes to a home based …
A very useful tool I use, mainly for backing up online and sharing files within my own network , but it has the potential for much much more is Dropbox. Yes, there is an upgrade option, but you can use the free version very well. There is also an option to get more free storage space when someone you tell about Dropbox signs up. So what does it do?  It lets you share your files and folders with others by sharing an existing folder on your PC or creating a new one to share. Once you add other …
… suburbs whose homes have been inundated with smelly brown, water. I’m lucky to be in a higher area. My place is 100 yards off  a major road which is flooded down the end about 1km from me. The store I buy my elctronic goods from just down there had water nearly to the roof & it is on a high bit. When I saw that shown in an aerial view from the TV chopper this morning, it really threw me as I didn’t think the water would reach there at all. They’re asking people not to go …
There is more to your  computer than the monitor, the keyboard and the mouse, though most of the other components are hidden away. In that big box that you often complain about being too bulky, lies the heart of the computer. It houses all the vital parts that make your computer fully functioning. Get to know some of these parts. The processor or CPU (Central Processing Unit) determines how fast your PC will be & is perhaps one of the vital parts of a computer, if not the most vital. …

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