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3 ways to fix the “this webpage has a redirect loop” error

This webpage has a redirect loop

Do you ever get the feeling that you’re in the Twilight Zone?  Or maybe you’ve experienced that eerie Déjà vu feeling – you know what I mean right?  It’s one of those things where the event you’re currently experiencing seems to

Posted in Google Chrome, Internet Explorer 10, Internet Explorer 11, Internet Explorer 9, Mozilla Firefox, Opera, Safari, Web Browsers Tagged with:

Guarding your computer from the Junkware jungle

Crapware

Your computer is running kind of slow and you think it’s time to fix things. So you start Googling around and read that Avast Free Antivirus 2014 is what you need.  All the forums are raving about it and you

Posted in Google Chrome, Internet Explorer 10, Internet Explorer 11, Internet Explorer 9, Mozilla Firefox, Opera, Safari, Web Browsers, Windows, Windows 10, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1

What the heck are cookies and why do I have so many of them?

Mmmm cookies.  There’s nothing like a box of Pepperidge Farm cookies.  Chessman are my favorite. No wait, I actually like Walkers Shortbread Fingers more.  They’re so delicate and buttery and just plain delicious.  But unfortunately today we’re not talking about

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The simple yet insidious advancements of Malware

Here’s the story: You’ve been going to the gym because you want to stay in shape.  In fact, you’ve recognized that a good workout isn’t sufficient so you’ve made a resolution to not only exercise but to eat well too.

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Using Firemin to improve the way Firefox handles memory

A slow browser can really ruin your day.  It can make your entire computer feel lazy and put you in a choleric mood.  In my experience, when most people claim their computers are slow, the browser is usually to blame. Today

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