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05/22/2018 - Computer file extentions - A
05/22/2018 - MS-DOS dir command help
05/22/2018 - Known MS-DOS issues
05/22/2018 - Help with the forfiles DOS and Windows command line command
05/22/2018 - Latest questions and answers on Computer Hope's database
05/22/2018 - Computer and technology company contacts
05/22/2018 - MS-DOS type command help
05/22/2018 - Windows 10 Help and Support
05/22/2018 - Open Whisper Systems company and contact information
05/22/2018 - Computer History for the year 2018
05/22/2018 - How to change a MAC address
05/22/2018 - How can I transfer my files from my smartphone to my computer?
05/22/2018 - How to create a Windows 10 installation disk
05/22/2018 - Why are there so many programming languages?
05/22/2018 - How do I view hidden files in macOS?
05/22/2018 - Electronics Terms
05/22/2018 - B - Computer Dictionary and Glossary
05/22/2018 - Andrew Bobeck
05/22/2018 - Edouard-Leon Martinville
05/22/2018 - Jake Winebaum

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5/21/2018 - Working on changing how the updated date is changed when changes are made. Currently any change no matter how small changes the updated date. Plan on making the date change only when significant updates are made to a page.

Upcoming Information

  • 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.


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