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08/16/2021 - What is a Calculator?
08/16/2021 - *NEW* How to add, modify, and remove a chart in PowerPoint
08/16/2021 - *NEW* How to report a YouTube video or channel
08/16/2021 - *NEW* How to transfer files from a memory card to the computer
08/16/2021 - *NEW* How to digitize a negative and slide on my computer
08/16/2021 - When I click my mouse, it sometimes double-clicks
08/16/2021 - *NEW* What is Stream Sniping?
08/16/2021 - Command line vs. GUI
08/16/2021 - What is Ransomware?
08/16/2021 - What is a Divide?
08/16/2021 - How to insert an image in a text file or document
08/16/2021 - What is an I/O Device (Input/Output Device)?
08/16/2021 - What is Drag-and-drop?
08/16/2021 - *NEW* How to import a CSV file in Google Sheets
08/16/2021 - What is an Expert System?
08/16/2021 - How to send an attachment or photo through e-mail
08/16/2021 - How do I find text within files in Linux?
08/16/2021 - What are Properties?
08/16/2021 - *NEW* Akamai company and contact information
08/16/2021 - *NEW* What is Remote Storage?

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12/31/20 - With our new years update we've added a new dark mode. If your computer or device has dark mode enabled all pages on Computer Hope now automatically appear in dark mode.


  • 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 the above upcoming information and changes have no dates listed on purpose and are listed in the order that we believe they will be completed.

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