Asked in Web HostingInternet Security and PrivacyWeb Browsers
Internet Security and Privacy
Why do some user Client disable the support to cookies in their Browsers?
March 18, 2009 5:22AM
due to viruses, misuse of client information, adware , etc
However its better to have good anti virus software, firewall instead to blocking cookies. As most of websites need cookies to work properly.
Asked in Internet Explorer, Web Browsers
What are the types of browsers available?
Today, there are as many browsers as there are countries and as many customization options as there are people. However, most mainstream browsers fall into one of four categories: -Single-Purpose/App Browsers (Can be used to browse only one webpage at a time, usually full-screen, better to appreciate web apps) -"Light" Browsers (Usually with no more features than a tab bar, these are focused on speed and old computer support) -Full Browsers (Tons of customization options and features, can be very heavy on RAM, most people use these, a new-ish computer is needed) -Browser Suites (Mostly abandoned, popular during the first internet popularity surge, they often include an email client, RSS reader, chat client, etc.)
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What are the functions of client officer in a bank?
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Describe how you would support a client with acquired brain injury who demonstrated cognitive deficits as a result of his injury?
Asked in Java Programming, JSP and Servlets
What is servlet cookies in java programming?
Asked in Computers, Computer Terminology, Internet
In computer language what are cookies?
HTTP cookies, more commonly referred to as Web cookies, tracking cookies or just cookies, are parcels of text sent by a server to a Web client (usually a browser) and then sent back unchanged by the client each time it accesses that server. HTTP cookies are used for authenticating, session tracking (state maintenance), and maintaining specific information about users, such as site preferences or the contents of their electronic shopping carts. The term "cookie" is derived from "magic cookie," a well-known concept in UNIX computing which inspired both the idea and the name of HTTP cookies.
Asked in Google Chrome
What are internet explorer and Google Chrome really?
Asked in Windows 98, Windows XP, Windows 7
How can you improve Windows xp performance?
Hi, here a checklist I put together a few years ago. BIOS - Ensure OS Drive is the first in Bios boot sequence. Explorer - Move My Documents to another physical drive, Uncheck "Automatically search for network folders and printers". Command Prompt - Disable Disk Performance Counters "diskperf -N". Control Panel - Clean out Scheduled Tasks, Backup and Remove Unwanted Fonts, Disable sounds, wallpapers and screensavers. MSCONFIG - /NOGUIBOOT, Remove unwanted programs from Startup. System Properties - "Adjust for best Performance", Optimize Virtual memory, Turn-off System Restore. User Accounts - Disable 'Use Fast User Switching'. Local Disk Properties - Disable NTFS drive compression and indexing, Disk Cleanup and Defrag. Services.msc - Alerter Disable Automatic Updates Disable Application Layer Gateway Service Manual Background Intelligent Transfer Service Manual ClipBook Disable COM+ Event System Disable COM+ System Application Disable Computer Browser Disable Distributed Link Tracking Client Disable Distributed Transaction Coordinator Disable Error Reporting Service Disable Fast User Switching Compatibility Disable Help and Support Disable Human Interface Device Access Manual IMAPI CD-Burning COM Service Disable Indexing Service Disable IPSEC Services Disable Logical Disk Manager Manual Logical Disk Manager Administrative Service Manual Messenger Disable MS Software Shadow Copy Provider Manual Net Login Disable NetMeeting Remote Desktop Sharing Disable Network DDE Disable Network DDE DSDM Disable Network Location Awareness (NLA) Disable NT LM Security Support Provider Disable Performance Logs and Alerts Disable Portable Media Serial Number Disable Print Spooler Disable QoS RSVP Disable Remote Access Auto Connection Manager Disable Remote Access Connection Manager Disable Remote Desktop Help Session Manager Disable Remote Procedure Call (RPC) Locator Disable Remote Registry Service Disable Routing and Remote Access Disable Secondary Logon Disable Security Accounts Manager Disable Server Disable Smart Card Disable Smart Card Helper Disable SSDP Discovery Service Disable System Event Notification Disable System Restore Service Disable Task Scheduler Disable TCP/IP NetBIOS Helper Service Disable Telephony Disable Telnet Disable Terminal Services Disable Themes Disable Uninterruptible Power Supply Disable Universal Plug and Play Device Host Disable Upload Manager Disable Volume Shadow Copy Disable WebClient Disable Windows Image Acquisition (WIA) Disable Windows Installer Manual Windows Time Disable WMI Performance Adapter Disable
Asked in Child Support
Can child support services over rule a court order?
Child support Services enforce court orders and sometimes assist the client in obtaining court orders or modifying them. Child support is established by a court order in the US. Child support Services enforce court orders and sometimes assist the client in obtaining court orders or modifying them. Child support is established by a court order in the US. Child support Services enforce court orders and sometimes assist the client in obtaining court orders or modifying them. Child support is established by a court order in the US. Child support Services enforce court orders and sometimes assist the client in obtaining court orders or modifying them. Child support is established by a court order in the US.
Asked in US Constitution
What should client support administrators do to protect the privacy of individuals?
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What is the purpose of a client relationship management?
Asked in Web Browsers, Mozilla Firefox
What are the lighter and better browsers than Mozilla Firefox?
Asked in Web Browsers
Why are web browser called universal clients?
Asked in Computer Terminology
Client who needs IT support and wants to be billed Monthly?
Asked in Web Browsers
What are some of the similarities of web browsers?
There are a lot of browsers that are similar to each other and differ in a range of some unique features. For example. Chrome is based on Chromium, which is opensource. There are other browsers which are also Chromium based, which means they will surely look similar to Chrome. For example. Citrio browser. However, it does much more than Chrome can do - downloads online videos, has a built-in download manager with a bittorent client and others.
Asked in Computer Networking
Difference between client and server os?
Basically the difference is how it's intended to be used. For instance, a client OS is optimized to give higher priority to client programs such as games, word processors, internet browsers, etc where a server would be optimized to run processes that the client systems would connect to and get information from such as email server programs, web server programs, databases, etc. However, there are a lot of similarities between the two and it is possible for a client OS to act as a server for some functions and vice versa.
Application layer protocol is commonly used to support for file transfers between a client and a server?
Asked in PHP Programming
How do you redirect a url in php?
URL redirects occur when the server, ran by PHP, gives the client a new location to be at. This information is sent using a the HTTP Location header. Such a header can be sent using the header($str) function, where $str equals "Location: http://www.example.com/". This would send the client to example.com. Although uncommon, browsers can be configured to ignore location headers. Do not assume the client will always be redirected.