What's new at Computer Hope
03/05/2014 - Top 10 keyboard shortcuts everyone should know
03/05/2014 - Is it possible to have two video cards in one computer?
03/05/2014 - Installing a PC computer mouse
03/05/2014 - How do I compress or make files into one file?
03/05/2014 - How do I play a movie file in Windows?
03/05/2014 - How often should I buy a new computer?
03/05/2014 - Linux and Unix ip command and examples
03/05/2014 - Linux and UNIX modprobe command help and examples
03/05/2014 - Windows 95 16-bit applications
03/05/2014 - Complete listing of computer software
03/05/2014 - Converting binary and hexadecimal values
03/05/2014 - Computer Browsers
03/05/2014 - DirectX Help
03/05/2014 - HTML color codes and names
03/05/2014 - How do I view my Internet browsers history?
03/05/2014 - How do I download a file from the Internet?
03/05/2014 - How do I clear my Internet browser history?
03/05/2014 - How do I clear my address bar history?
03/05/2014 - How to change my browsers home page.
03/05/2014 - Deleting and organizing Internet favorites and bookmarks.
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January 2014 - Computer Hope has updated all of its pages with a new look and more responsive design. Full details about the 2014 site update.
Downtime or other issues
January 20, 2014 - After server upgrade the forums are experiencing a slow response for some of the features. This is currently being investegated and we hope to have a solution soon.
- Continuing work on resolving all of the current Computer Hope e-mail related issues.
- Creating an automated help agent to help users who are not sure what to search for or how to find help locate help. Now in beta: Mr. Hope.
In addition to the above upcoming information Computer Hope is always working on several other new ideas and creating new information. To keep unique Computer Hope will disclose items close to their release date or at a time we find suitable. All above upcoming information and changes have no dates listed on purpose and are commonly listed in the order that we believe they will be completed.