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How to switch from Qwerty to Azerty
How to switch from Qwerty to Azerty
If you're from a French-speaking country, chances are you're used to the Azerty keyboard setting as opposed to the rest of the world, where Qwerty is the standard. If your keyboard just decided to switch from Azerty to Qwerty on its own, please read on to find out how to switch your system from Qwerty to Azerty again.
Ten fun things to do with an old computer
Ten fun things to do with an old computer
If you're like me, you've always got one or more old computers lying around. It seems like a shame to throw them away, but you don't really know what to do with them either. Well look no further, and discover ten fun things to do with that old computer!
Make your own World of Warcraft private server in 20 minutes
Make your own World of Warcraft private server in 20 minutes
Have you ever wanted to play World of Warcraft as a single player game? Tired of paying monthly subscriptions?  Whatever your reasons, if you want to create your own private server to play WOW, this simple guide is for you.
How to open an ODT file
How to open an ODT file
ODT files are Open Office text files. These files are not directly compatible wil earlier versions of MS Office (anything older than Office 2007 SP2), so some users have difficulty opening them. This post describes three different methods to open an ODT file.

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