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https://familyinternet.about.com/cs/computinghelp/l/aa052401a.htm

1,024 Byte = 1 Kilobyte (KB)

1,024 Kilobyte (KB) = 1 Megabyte (MB)

1,073,741,824 Bytes = 1 Gigabyte (GB)

1 Gigabyte (GB) = 1,024 Megabyte (MB)

1024 Gigabyte (GB) = 1 Terabyte (TB)

How to Delete Synched Photos from iPhone 4S' "Photo" Library When my iPhone 4S' OS got updated to OS8 by force, I noticed there is extra folder "Photos" in the Camera Roll. Somehow, in the iTunes, synching "All Folders" caused all the saved photos on my PC to be copied over to the iPhone. When I found the menu to stop the auto synch, it was too late. All 900 some photos got copied over to my iPhone. Tried a couple of solutions to delete pictures in the "Photos" folder, but there is no "Delete" feature available in the iPhone's Edit menu. I found a couple of solutions on Apple's website, but they did not work. Thankfully the CopyTrans application did the job. After making sure that all my important photos are indeed backed up/copied to my PC or iCloud, I launched "CopyTrans" application. You can follow this and try it: After CopyTrans is launched, select CopyTrans PHOTO. When your iPhone is recognized, it will show you the groups of photos that are on your iPhone's Camera Rolls. Select the Albums on the left column and select DELETE option from Right mouse click drop down menu; And select "APPLY CHANGES" button on the top menu. It will refresh the screen and the Album disappears. Check the iPhone's Camera Roll. Album is deleted also. Notice, when "Photo Library" folder is the only ones left on the left column menu of CopyTrans, the right mouse click "Delete" is no longer available. What to do? Click on "Photo Library" folder in the Left column. All it's contents/pictures are displayed in the center column. Move your mouse to the Center column where all the pictures are displayed. Select some at a time or screenful at a time, Right mouse click on the selected groups of pictures from the center column and select DELETE. Then press "APPLY CHANGES" button on the top menu. All pictures in the center column in the "Photo Library" disappears. Check your iPhone's Camera Roll. Click on "Photos" folder. All the synched pictures have been removed.

Home Wireless Network is as Easy as Ethernet. "Almost" all Internet Service Provider offers LAN and Wireless services to residential area. Some also provide these services without the need for LAN line phone services. Many users have been ditching the LAN line and even patch through to Internet via their Smart cell phone service provider. Regardless of which service you choose, do some homework first before jumping into one. Technologically, depending on where you live and services available in the are, you have a couple of choices available to your advantage. Otherwise, you maybe one of the few who are stuck with such and such service carrier that we have to bear with until a new and better competition rattles their cage. Let's surf with a style and speed. Now you want to hook up all your family member's computers for Internet access, but don't want to exactly deal with running wild numbers of 50 feet cat-5 cables all around the house, then the wireless network is a good solution. Experience the blazing-fast wireless speed connection up to 108Mbps with 802.11g wireless router. Today 5 Gig? maybe 1 Gig. Make sure when the tech support connects your in-house modem box that they connect it to the type of service plan you purchased. Meaning, they have connected to you to the correct SERVER that is providing you at the service speed you purchased. Make sure you configure your wireless router's connection security with WPA, WPA2 etc. WEP & WPA security, etc. gives wireless networking range of 400+ feet. It gives you the freedom to connect to Internet from the 2nd floor bedroom, your backyard, around the house freely. And with easy web access router management menu, you can setup your wireless network security to prevent evesdroppers and hitchhikers at your expense.

To find out more information on Wireless security, check out web sites from a general search engine from a reputable websites. Another one to add to for a general knowledge is in the area of Cybersecurity. As we advance to use and rely on computing systems at home to obtain and transfer data, we all need to understand the Do's and Don'ts and how to identify suspicious sites and PC activities.

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