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Fix: NET::ERR_CERT_DATE_INVALID – Google Chrome

Fix: NET::ERR_CERT_DATE_INVALID – Google Chrome

Did you browse to a website in Google Chrome that is using HTTPS and receive your connection is not private NET::ERR_CERT_DATE_INVALID message? Here is why you received the error and how to fix it.   Your connection is not private Attackers might be trying to steal your information from “” (for example, passwords, messages,...

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How To: Quickly Change Mac Sidebar Icon Size

How To: Quickly Change Mac Sidebar Icon Size

You can now adjust the sidebar icon size in all Windows of Mac OS X. This option will also adjust sidebar icon size inside applications, including iTunes and Mac Mail.   1. Open System Preferences 2. Change the desired sidebar icon size using the Sidebar icon size selections Small, Medium and Large. See examples...

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All Google Chrome Error Codes – Fix The ERR_"" Message

All Google Chrome Error Codes – Fix The ERR_"" Message

A complete list of Google Chrome Errors you may receive while browsing a website. Let us know if you receive an error list below - including details of how you received the error and any other information to help solve fixing it. You can copy/paste the error from this list when you post below.   *...

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Fix: ERR_EMPTY_RESPONSE – Google Chrome

Fix: ERR_EMPTY_RESPONSE – Google Chrome

While browsing a website using Google Chrome, you may receive an unable to load page error 324 ERR_EMPTY_RESPONSE. This error is most commonly caused when you mistype a website address or URL.   “” page isn’t working “” didn’t send any data. ERR_EMPTY_RESPONSE   Double and triple check that the URL you type into...

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Robocopy (Robust) For Mac OS X – CP Command Terminal

Robocopy (Robust) For Mac OS X – CP Command Terminal

If you are looking for an alternative to Windows Robocopy for Mac OS X, look no further. The copy files (cp) command in Terminal works just like Robocopy. CP will copy files in OS X and preserve their structure and attributes. You can also see in real-time the files being copied using the verbose switch. Let’s...

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