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How to use Google Chrome for Web browsing in Arabic

Google Chrome is one of the most popular web browsers on the planet.But if you want to use it in Arabic, you need to know how to do it properly.This tutorial shows you how to use Chrome’s built-in WebExtensions feature to create a full-fledged HTML5 video player.You’ll need a web browser that supports HTML5 and

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When to check your printer for a virus?

If you are concerned about the potential for a new virus to spread to your printer, it’s time to check it out for yourself.A new virus known as SERS-CoV-2 is also being dubbed SERS.A paper published in the American Journal of Infectious Diseases on Monday describes how it is being spread among consumers and printers,

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How to Use a Social Network as a Web Application

Newsweek article The news site will not be hosting the book online for now, but its plans are to publish it in print later this year.“The book will be printed and delivered in its entirety, in the fall,” the book’s publisher said in a statement to Newsweek.“We’re working to ensure that the book will remain

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Which web browsers support Windows 8?

Microsoft Edge is still in beta, and is not available to most users.But it’s not a bad browser if you are interested in exploring the web and writing content on a tablet or PC.We recommend Microsoft Edge if you’re interested in browsing the web on a mobile device.It has some good features and is designed

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What are the biggest cloud services that you use?

Weber, a cloud computing company, is facing a cloud migration to Microsoft Azure.Weber announced the change in a blog post today.“We have spent the last several months exploring the cloud,” wrote Weber CEO John Weber.“In the end, we have decided to make the transition to Microsoft’s Azure platform.”The company announced a similar move in March,

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Why are Microsoft and Oracle pushing out Windows 8?

Microsoft and Intel have released two versions of the operating system for the first time in more than five years, and they’re bringing it to the desktop with support for both desktop and mobile devices.But it’s a major step forward for Microsoft and the technology industry that’s been at the center of a bitter feud