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    Back in July I promised to help track down a solution to the "General failure" error that appears in Outlook when you click a link embedded in an e-mail. Judging from the number of pleas for help I continue to get from readers, this problem hasn't gone away. And it appears to affect users of all browsers, not just Firefox or Internet Explorer.

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    Google has finally rolled out the business version of its Google+ social network worldwide.

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    When a reader needed a recommendation for 3D cheap design software, our Helproom expert knew just what to recommend.

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  • How-Tos: Filing flagged email

    A reader who visited the Macworld forums would like a way to sort email based on flag color. He or she writes:

  • How-Tos: Bulk delete email on an iPhone

    Reader Arnie Goldstein asks the question that every iOS user has had flit through their mind at one time or another:

  • How-Tos: How to disable roaming on a BlackBerry

    Being able to browse the web from your smartphone when you're on the go is a great function, whether you want to catch-up on work emails while you're on the train or simply make your friends jealous by posting pictures of how you're sunning yourself to Facebook when you're on holiday

  • How-Tos: How to disable roaming on an Apple iPhone

    Being able to browse the web from your smartphone when you're on the go is a great function, whether you want to catch-up on work emails while you're on the train or simply make your friends jealous by posting pictures of how you're sunning yourself to Facebook when you're on holiday.

  • How-Tos: How to disable roaming on a Google Android 2.2 device

    Being able to browse the web from your smartphone when you're on the go is a great function, whether you want to catch-up on work emails while you're on the train or simply make your friends jealous by posting pictures of how you're sunning yourself to Facebook when you're on holiday.

  • How-Tos: How to adjust the screen timeout on a BlackBerry

    Smartphones have a screen timeout built into them, which works in the same way as a screen saver on your PC, temporarily suspending the screen or making it appear black while the device is not being used.

  • How-Tos: How to adjust the screen timeout on a Google Android 2.2 device

    Smartphones have a screen timeout built into them, which works in the same way as a screen saver on your PC, temporarily suspending the screen or making it appear black while the device is not being used.

  • How-Tos: How to adjust the screen timeout on an Apple iPhone

    Smartphones have a screen timeout built into them, which works in the same way as a screen saver on your PC, temporarily suspending the screen or making it appear black while the device is not being used

  • How-Tos: How to program software

    We introduce you to the secrets of computer programming and show you how to create PC programs from scratch

  • How-Tos: How to record a podcast

    Podcasting is a useful vehicle for communicating with clients, colleagues and fellow hobbyists. We explain how to get started, recording and delivering your podcast

  • How-Tos: How To Support Cloud Applications

    Support organizations and Internal help desks have been supporting user applications for decades. But cloud apps make for some new twists, here are some best practices that are the cornerstones of cloud system support.

  • How-Tos: How to see which applications are running on a BlackBerry

    BlackBerry's, like many smartphones, offer the ability to have apps running in the background. While the Messages, Phone, Browser and BlackBerry Messenger apps won't drain your battery or affect the performance of the handset, other apps may well do.

  • How-Tos: How to tether a Google Android tablet to an Android phone

    A tablet PC is a great way to surf the web, read emails and even catch-up on TV while you're on the go, especially since its much more comfortable looking at a tablet's larger screen compared to the smaller display of a smartphone.

  • How-Tos: Crash course: How to make a website with Drupal

    Drupal is an amazing content management system (CMS) that can build pretty much any Web site you want it to -- if you can figure out how. Follow along as I remake my personal Web site, bratgrrl.com, using Drupal.


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