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Changing home address

I need to change my home address

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  • Tap the screen to bring up the menu
  • Tap the 'Change preferences' icon
  • Tap the arrow to the right to the 'Change home location' icon (looks like a house with a spanner)
  • Choose the best option to identify your address (postcode, address, recent destination, etc)

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Changing e-mail address


The act of changing your email address is simple.
However, you can save yourself a lot of headaches by doing some planning before you begin.

Just as with changing your home address, one of the main challenges with changing your email address is making sure that you do not loose any important contacts.

Another challenge to is avoiding bringing your old spam contacts with you.
A third challenge is to find an email address that fits your needs.

Gather your contacts into a single list.
Remember, that you probably have a lot more contacts than just the ones currently set up on your "favorite contacts" list on your email account.

Spend some time going through you email history and identify older contacts that you may not have used in a while, but which you do not want to loose.


Think about your needs before setting up a new email account. Think about the kinds of attachments you like to send?

Do you need higher capacity?
Also think about what kind of interface your prefer.
Some prefer a simple, bare-bones interface, while others prepher something more elaborate.

Ask yourself if the address itself is important to you.
Some people are quite picky about this.

Ask yourself what you dislike about your current service.
This will help you to better pinpoint what you desire from your new service.

Check out your options.
There are a lot of free web-based email services out there.

These are great for some purposes, but if you need really high capacity, or require greater security, then you might want to look for a different type of service that you will need to pay for.

Read the privacy policy carefully of any email service you are considering.
Make sure you are not making any commitments you are uncomfortable with.

Test your new address.
Once you set up you new address, have a few close friend email you regularly for a few days to make sure it is really what you want before informing all you contacts.

Send out a single mass-mailing to all your contacts, once you have established your new address, and tested it.
Be careful to weed out all the spammers before you do this.

Keep your old email address active for a while after establishing your new address.
How long you need to do this depends upon how much email traffic you have.

The more traffic, and the more contacts you have, the longer you should keep your address active.
Generally speaking, your should plan to wait at least one month before abandoning you old address.

In some cases, you may want to keep checking it for several months.

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My internet explorer8 home page keeps changing to www.golld.com and i ve been told it moght be a virus what can i do? if you know what is causing this for it to happen please tell me. If it is a virus then...


Firstly uninstall the internet explorer and reinstall it. After that set your home page to whatever you want, to set your home page, follow this steps, click Tools on the Menu - Internet Options - on the General Tab just below the "Home Page" type the url address of your desired home page, click apply and the ok.. This will solve your problem. Also check your ad-ons tool bars, and remove unnecessary tool bars.. Good luck..

May 14, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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My tomtom is programmed to an English address. I have now moved to Spain. I can now get Spanish maps and roads, but I change the English address to my new address in Spain. How do I do this please?


Go into the settings in the menu and you will see an option for changing your "Home" location. This is what you need to do.
Which Tomtom model do you have as you can download their manuals free from the Tomtom website, here http://www.tomtom.com/support/support.php?ID=3

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2WIRE wireless router


While changing the name,its not in wireless router.

!.switch off the wireless router.

2.first change the name of the PC.(don't connect to wireless)its normal name changing.

3.Restart the PC.

4.Now enable the DHCP on bothside.


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My old e-mail address keeps popping up


Click All programs
Click Windows Mail
Click Tools at the top
Click Accounts
Click MAIL
Click Properties
Click SERVERS
Here is where you can change your EMAIL servers

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Gaming


You need to set the correct address for DMZ (your PC IP address). You may also find that your PC firewall settings will need changing.

You shouldn't need to set DMZ for this, you can set port-forwarding instead, and then select the ports you wish to pass through for each IP address connected to your home side of the router.

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