How to delete pics on my computer?

Question by Alex: How to delete pics on my computer?
I saved some pictures on my computer. Somehow when i synced my gmail account to my phone, those pictures got transfered to my phone. where can i find the pictures and delete them?

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Answer by ez80227
your gmail isn’t on your computer, i’ts in the gmail servers….
unless youv’e signed up for google drive, cloud storage, and synced that to your hard drive, you need to give more info.
if you did synce google drive to your computer, this info is in the properties of the program on yor computer…

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Q&A: Computer Networking Scenario-What stuff do I need?

Question by Bob Joq A: Computer Networking Scenario-What stuff do I need?
My mate and I are going to design a school computer lab with the necessary hardware and software components along with the IP address for different components. The computer lab consists of one IP network with 100 computers on one Domain. The files are shared using FTP server. Servers are configured with Static IP address and clients have dynamic IP addresses received from a DHCP Server. Programming software like Java, C,C++ are installed on all the users PC’s. The softwares are also available on the FTP server, as a downloadable.

*The lab consists of 100 computers. So a total of 48 port *3 switches would be required. The FTP server can be Windows based or Linux flavor. Windows or Linux based DHCP servers can be setup as DHCP Server. The network address of 192.168.1.0 can be configured as a Scope on DHCP Server. Since all the users are belonging to one domain, an active directory can be configured with one single domain name.

I need help with the stuff below:

*What will I need for this project? (hardware / software needed servers, workstations, routers, switches)
*What protocols will I need to use?
*Estimated Cost?
*How OSI model is addressed with the network
*How the IP/TCP model is address with the internet / cloud
***All help is greatly appricated!***
***The more words the better!!*******
helppppppp

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Answer by ?? ??????????? ?? ????????? ??? ??????? ??? ?????
Try to get the working port….

Good luck!

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what computer security issues and vulnerabilities are there in cloud computing?

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by KEXINO

Question by : what computer security issues and vulnerabilities are there in cloud computing?

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Answer by Leopold
http://www.infowars.com/wozniak-cloud-computing-trend-is-horrendous/

Read the comments section at Infowars and follow the link on their page to the original UK Register article.

Original article – Woz: Cloud computing trend is ‘horrendous’:
http://www.theregister.co.uk/2012/08/06/wozniak_cloud_will_be_horrendous/

Scribe’s mobe, MacBook pwned after hacker ‘fast-talked Apple support’ – iCloud burst in social engineering attack claim:
http://www.theregister.co.uk/2012/08/06/icloud_hack_racist_tweets_idevice_wipe/

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Q&A: Need help from TECH SAVVY COMPUTER person!?

Question by : Need help from TECH SAVVY COMPUTER person!?
I have recently been enlisted to design a school newspaper website for my school. It must be very professional and boast a clean user interface. We were hoping to emulate the site inklingsnews.com, but also want to include additional features. Since im not too good at coding and we have little budget, we want to stick to mostly templates. So, what are the things I need and what are some good sites for professional templates. Take money out of the issue, educate me to the best of your ability on what kind of hosting is good, and what I need to make a professional, customizable site with templates. I saw that Inklings News uses cloud flare and some other sites, but im guessing there’s is custom coded. You would be a lifesaver if you could provide me with some info on this stuff and how to make a gorgeous website. Please help, thanks!
Without learning HTML as my time is limited, what is the best way of executing the site?

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Answer by The Future is Fusion
learn HTML.

get a hosting site from godaddy or something

i know microsoft sharepoint workspace can edit websites, but it got removed in the 2010 suite.

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New facts – What would be the best computer skills to learn for the future? 10 points?

Question by : New facts – What would be the best computer skills to learn for the future? 10 points?
Hi ! I am a 27yr old MBA student with about 6-9 months of free time.So, I am thinking of learning a computer skill that I will enjoy and might be useful somewhere in future.

Although I have no background in computer science, I have dabbled a bit in javascript and CSS in the past (very superficially, just enough to have fun with greasemonkey and make internet easier to use). I am a software junkie and like to try many different softwares even if they serve the same purpose, Hell I could probably even start a review blog or something. And I surf the internet a lot for tweaks and hacks etc… to make life easier wherever possible.

With this background (probably no background by your standards !), what would you suggest that I should learn ? I am looking to learn something that would be easy to learn and fun. Preferably the skill you mention should not become redundant a few years down the line. It will be better if I can use it somewhere in daily life so that I stay in practise while using it. I want to ideally learn something that would help me in my job as a manager in the future.

I have surfed to internet to narrow down to a few skills and have taken some opinions from people who know stuff. This is the list of things I have ended up with(even I can see that some of the suggestions are pretty stupid). I’d be thankful if you could analyse some of these and let me know your thoughts on this.

1.Java or C#
2.Dreamweaver,
3.Web design (MySQL and PHP)
4.Animations
5.MS Access and MS Excel
6.COBOL
7.SEO
8.Linux (emphatically recommended)
9.Something with security, privacy, anti-hacking, something along those lines
10. Cloud computing, Software As A Service, Platform As A Service

Best answer:

Answer by Dominic H
How many times a day are you going to post this? How long do you think it’ll be before Yahoo Answers considers it spam?

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New facts – What would be the best computer skills to learn for the future? 10 points?

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by wwarby

Question by : New facts – What would be the best computer skills to learn for the future? 10 points?
Hi ! I am a 27yr old MBA student with about 6-9 months of free time.So, I am thinking of learning a computer skill that I will enjoy and might be useful somewhere in future.

Although I have no background in computer science, I have dabbled a bit in javascript and CSS in the past (very superficially, just enough to have fun with greasemonkey and make internet easier to use). I am a software junkie and like to try many different softwares even if they serve the same purpose, Hell I could probably even start a review blog or something. And I surf the internet a lot for tweaks and hacks etc… to make life easier wherever possible.

With this background (probably no background by your standards !), what would you suggest that I should learn ? I am looking to learn something that would be easy to learn and fun. Preferably the skill you mention should not become redundant a few years down the line. It will be better if I can use it somewhere in daily life so that I stay in practise while using it. I want to ideally learn something that would help me in my job as a manager in the future.

I have surfed to internet to narrow down to a few skills and have taken some opinions from people who know stuff. This is the list of things I have made :
1.Java or C#
2.Dreamweaver, Web design (MySQL and PHP)
3.Adobe
4.Animations
5.MS Access and MS Excel
6.COBOL
7.Brute force software (have no idea what that is !)
8.SEO
9.Linux (emphatically recommended)
10.Something with security, privacy, anti-hacking, something along those lines
11. Cloud computing, Software As A Service, Platform As A Service, Cloud computing
12.Surveillance, Understanding Facial Recognition

Can you please analyse these for me from the point of view of Relevance to my work as a manager, Longevity, Ease to learn and Fun.

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Answer by Tom
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New facts – What would be the best computer skills to learn for the future? 10 points?

Question by : New facts – What would be the best computer skills to learn for the future? 10 points?
Hi ! I am a 27yr old MBA student with about 6-9 months of free time.So, I am thinking of learning a computer skill that I will enjoy and might be useful somewhere in future.

Although I have no background in computer science, I have dabbled a bit in javascript and CSS in the past (very superficially, just enough to have fun with greasemonkey and make internet easier to use). I am a software junkie and like to try many different softwares even if they serve the same purpose, Hell I could probably even start a review blog or something. And I surf the internet a lot for tweaks and hacks etc… to make life easier wherever possible.

With this background (probably no background by your standards !), what would you suggest that I should learn ? I am looking to learn something that would be easy to learn and fun. Preferably the skill you mention should not become redundant a few years down the line. It will be better if I can use it somewhere in daily life so that I stay in practise while using it. I want to ideally learn something that would help me in my job as a manager in the future.

I have surfed to internet to narrow down to a few skills and have taken some opinions from people who know stuff. This is the list of things I have ended up with(even I can see that some of the suggestions are pretty stupid). I’d be thankful if you could analyse some of these and let me know your thoughts on this.

1.Java or C#
2.Dreamweaver,
3.Web design (MySQL and PHP)
4.Animations
5.MS Access and MS Excel
6.COBOL
7.SEO
8.Linux (emphatically recommended)
9.Something with security, privacy, anti-hacking, something along those lines
10. Cloud computing, Software As A Service, Platform As A Service, Cloud computing

Best answer:

Answer by David
GET A PROPER JOB.

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New facts – What would be the best computer skills to learn for the future? 10 points?

Question by : New facts – What would be the best computer skills to learn for the future? 10 points?
Hi ! I am a 27yr old MBA student with about 6-9 months of free time.So, I am thinking of learning a computer skill that I will enjoy and might be useful somewhere in future.

Although I have no background in computer science, I have dabbled a bit in javascript and CSS in the past (very superficially, just enough to have fun with greasemonkey and make internet easier to use). I am a software junkie and like to try many different softwares even if they serve the same purpose, Hell I could probably even start a review blog or something. And I surf the internet a lot for tweaks and hacks etc… to make life easier wherever possible.

With this background (probably no background by your standards !), what would you suggest that I should learn ? I am looking to learn something that would be easy to learn and fun. Preferably the skill you mention should not become redundant a few years down the line. It will be better if I can use it somewhere in daily life so that I stay in practise while using it. I want to ideally learn something that would help me in my job as a manager in the future.

I have surfed to internet to narrow down to a few skills and have taken some opinions from people who know stuff. This is the list of things I have ended up with(even I can see that some of the suggestions are pretty stupid) :
1.Java or C#
2.Dreamweaver, Web design (MySQL and PHP)
3.Adobe
4.Animations
5.MS Access and MS Excel
6.COBOL
7.Brute force software (have no idea what that is !)
8.SEO
9.Linux (emphatically recommended)
10.Something with security, privacy, anti-hacking, something along those lines
11. Cloud computing, Software As A Service, Platform As A Service, Cloud computing
12.Surveillance, Understanding Facial Recognition

Can you please analyse some of these for me from the point of view of Relevance to my work as a manager, Longevity, Ease to learn and Fun.

Best answer:

Answer by opium_kills_pain
Linux is a unix like language.
Not only is it free and open source, it is used on most major server systems.
It has high relevance and has been around for a long time now.

You can get free operating systems like The Slackware Linux Project, Debian or Ubuntu to get familiar with it. Server and firewall versions are also available if you want to try creating a local network with high security features.
They will run on almost any modern computer, even if the machine is a bit older.

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Q&A: New facts – What would be the best computer skills to learn for the future? 10 points?

Question by : New facts – What would be the best computer skills to learn for the future? 10 points?
Hi ! I am a 27yr old MBA student with about 6-9 months of free time.So, I am thinking of learning a computer skill that I will enjoy and might be useful somewhere in future.

Although I have no background in computer science, I have dabbled a bit in javascript and CSS in the past (very superficially, just enough to have fun with greasemonkey and make internet easier to use). I am a software junkie and like to try many different softwares even if they serve the same purpose, Hell I could probably even start a review blog or something. And I surf the internet a lot for tweaks and hacks etc… to make life easier wherever possible.

With this background (probably no background by your standards !), what would you suggest that I should learn ? I am looking to learn something that would be easy to learn and fun. Preferably the skill you mention should not become redundant a few years down the line. It will be better if I can use it somewhere in daily life so that I stay in practise while using it. I want to ideally learn something that would help me in my job as a manager in the future.

I have surfed to internet to narrow down to a few skills and have taken some opinions from people who know stuff. This is the list of things I have ended up with(even I can see that some of the suggestions are pretty stupid) :
1.Java or C#
2.Dreamweaver, Web design (MySQL and PHP)
3.Adobe
4.Animations
5.MS Access and MS Excel
6.COBOL
7.Brute force software (have no idea what that is !)
8.SEO
9.Linux (emphatically recommended)
10.Something with security, privacy, anti-hacking, something along those lines
11. Cloud computing, Software As A Service, Platform As A Service, Cloud computing
12.Surveillance, Understanding Facial Recognition

Can you please analyse some of these for me from the point of view of Relevance to my work as a manager, Longevity, Ease to learn and Fun.

Best answer:

Answer by opium_kills_pain
Linux is a unix like language.
Not only is it free and open source, it is used on most major server systems.
It has high relevance and has been around for a long time now.

You can get free operating systems like The Slackware Linux Project, Debian or Ubuntu to get familiar with it. Server and firewall versions are also available if you want to try creating a local network with high security features.
They will run on almost any modern computer, even if the machine is a bit older.

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New facts – What would be the best computer skills to learn for the future? 10 points?

Question by : New facts – What would be the best computer skills to learn for the future? 10 points?
Hi ! I am a 27yr old MBA student with about 6-9 months of free time.So, I am thinking of learning a computer skill that I will enjoy and might be useful somewhere in future.

Although I have no background in computer science, I have dabbled a bit in javascript and CSS in the past (very superficially, just enough to have fun with greasemonkey and make internet easier to use). I am a software junkie and like to try many different softwares even if they serve the same purpose, Hell I could probably even start a review blog or something. And I surf the internet a lot for tweaks and hacks etc… to make life easier wherever possible.

With this background (probably no background by your standards !), what would you suggest that I should learn ? I am looking to learn something that would be easy to learn and fun. Preferably the skill you mention should not become redundant a few years down the line. It will be better if I can use it somewhere in daily life so that I stay in practise while using it. I want to ideally learn something that would help me in my job as a manager in the future.

I have surfed to internet to narrow down to a few skills and have taken some opinions from people who know stuff. This is the list of things I have ended up with(even I can see that some of the suggestions are pretty stupid) :
1.Java or C#
2.Dreamweaver, Web design (MySQL and PHP)
3.Adobe
4.Animations
5.MS Access and MS Excel
6.COBOL
7.Brute force software (have no idea what that is !)
8.SEO
9.Linux (emphatically recommended)
10.Something with security, privacy, anti-hacking, something along those lines
11. Cloud computing, Software As A Service, Platform As A Service, Cloud computing
12.Surveillance, Understanding Facial Recognition

Can you please analyse some of these for me from the point of view of Relevance to my work as a manager, Longevity, Ease to learn and Fun.

Best answer:

Answer by opium_kills_pain
Linux is a unix like language.
Not only is it free and open source, it is used on most major server systems.
It has high relevance and has been around for a long time now.

You can get free operating systems like The Slackware Linux Project, Debian or Ubuntu to get familiar with it. Server and firewall versions are also available if you want to try creating a local network with high security features.
They will run on almost any modern computer, even if the machine is a bit older.

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