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What is ssvagent.exe?

Ssvagent.exe is an executable file that is associated with the Java platform. Specifically, ssvagent.exe is activated to run as an updating agent or file when the Internet Explorer browser is used or opened. Every time this particular browser is used, ssvagent.exe is also activated to run in the background as an updating or installation file […]

What is ebay?

Introduction: With the evolution and advancement of internet, things have become easier and people now can do almost everything online. When it comes to shopping, some people find it very annoying and hectic to actually to the market and have some sale purchase. But with the blessings of internet, we have now such websites and […]

What is Evernote?

Evernote refers to a cloud-based software which allows users to keep their important documents in a single place. By using this tool, the user will be able to organize pictures, clips from the internet, documents, notes, and PDFs. Evernote can be used for your personal and professional needs. You can use Evernote to save your […]

What is iDisk?

iDisk refers to a .Mac feature that allows users to have a personal storage in the secure servers of Apple. The information and data that is copied to the iDisk are guaranteed to be safe and can be accessed from anywhere as long as there is an internet connection. Through this feature, it is also […]

What is gusvc?

GUSVC is short for Google Updater Service and it refers to an executable file that is present in computers that have been installed with Google-related software and products. This file basically performs the function of a software updater.  Whenever a computer is turned on, gusvc or the Google Update Service will automatically run and search […]

What is WhatsApp?

WhatsApp is a popular instant messaging application that can be downloaded and used for free as long as users have an internet or broadband connection.  Through WhatsApp, users can send out text messages and multimedia messages to friends and family without having to worry about paying for the service.  With a cellular network plan or […]

What is JSON?

JSON stands for JavaScript Object Notation.  It refers to an open standard programming tool or language that is typically used to transfer data between one application on the web and the main server.  Its format is derived from JavaScript, a known programming language for web applications but it is released as an open standard in […]

What is Pinterest?

Pinterest is a popular website for people who wish to share photos online and share comments and stories with other people.  Members of Pinterest are able to “pin” or post different images and even videos of everything from personal pictures to food recipes and even travel tips.  The main feature of Pinterest is that it […]

What is Tumblr?

Tumblr is a very popular microblogging and social networking site that was made available back in 2007.  Its founder is David Karp and holds its main office in New York City, USA. By 2013, the Tumblr website along with it its rich content of more than 170 million blogs, was acquired by Yahoo! Incorporated. The […]

What is a MRM domain?

MRM domain refers to the messaging model or domain that works under the IBM platform.  Through MRM domains, various message models may be created for varying message types and formats. The message types and formats may also be configured to integrate with the specifications of a message domain parser or the MRM parser in the […]

What is Quora?

Quora is a popular website that features questions and answers from its own users. Launched back in 2010, Quora allows its own community of users to post questions and/or answers on the website. Questions may be regarding historical facts and figures or other concerns that relate to a variety of topics. The same community of […]

What is jswtrayutil.exe

Jswtrayutil.exe refers to a file associated with the Jumpstart folder that is stored under Program Files in Windows-based computers. With its .exe extension, jswtrayutil performs utility functions for wireless internet connections. This file is considered part of the TP-LINK networking systems, a popular company that provides various networking-related products across the globe. TP-LINK has its […]

What is JTidy?

JTidy refers to the Java port of popular HTML cleanout tool called HTML Tidy. HTML Tidy is an application that helps check invalid syntax in HTML.  With good syntax, HTML provides good-looking and functional web pages.  With its association to the Java port, JTidy is created with basically the same purpose of cleaning out invalid […]

What is GMX?

GMX or Global Message eXchange is a webmail service that is offered for free.  Aside from the standard email services, GMX also offers file storage and other data handling services to its subscribers. The first version of GMX was released by GMX Internet Services back in 1997.  Under the GMX.net website, GMX is offered in […]

What is cisvc.exe?

CISVC.exe is an executable file for Windows’ “Content Indexing Service”.  The main function of this file is to literally check on the indexing service that is done by the Windows operating system in the background.  Indexing services are regularly checked to ensure that the computer’s resources are not used up in terms of memory. When […]

What is CPGZ?

CPGZ is a compressed version of a CPIO file. CP refers to CPIO which is the main file, while GZ refers to GZIP, the compression utility.  Files that have the CPGZ extension can typically be found in computers that run Mac OS X or the Unix platform. CPIO (Copy In Copy Out) files generally works […]

What is BCWipe?

BCWipe is an application that is able to permanently erase or delete files that run on one’s computer.  It is classified as a form of data erasure utility that works with computers that run on Windows, Mac OS X, and UNIX.  Created and developed by Jetico Inc. Oy, BCWipe is of commercial and military-grade.  With […]

What is MLLN circuit?

What is MLLN circuit? MLLN circuit refers to a system involving a Managed Leased Line Network.  As its name suggests, this particular circuit runs on leased line rather than on a dial-up service.  In the field of telecommunications for example, individuals or companies that employ MLLN circuits have a designated line for their data transfer […]

What is gzipping?

What is gzipping? ‘Gzipping’ is the term used when one is compressing or decompressing a particular file.  This application was developed by the GNU Project which explains the “G” in “gzip.”  Files that are gzipped literally mean that they are compressed and result in a smaller file size.  And since gzipping was developed by the […]

What is Xfire For?

What is Xfire for? Xfire is a freeware that is popularly used by online gamers. This particular software has instant messaging features wherein gamers can send messages and/or chat with friends who are also playing online. This makes it convenient for online gamers to be able to connect with friends through personal messages while playing […]

What is Google+?

What is Google+? Google+ is Google’s own social networking site which is setup to directly compete with Facebook, the biggest social networking site in the world. Google has been known as the search engine of choice when browsing through the internet, but has continuously explored other options to expand its online presence and provide more […]

What is Go Daddy?

What is Go Daddy? Go Daddy is a company that offers web hosting services and is considered the biggest Internet domain registrar in the world. But aside from web hosting and domain name registrations, Go Daddy is also involved with selling electronic business software and services. The main company is called The Go Daddy Group, […]

What is TMail?

What is TMail? TMail refers to the email service offered to users and subscribers of T-Mobile phones, particular the “Sidekick” models which allow for personalization and is built for optimal web surfing activities. When a T-Mobile phone user is talking about his TMail account, he/she is actually referring to his very own email account. The […]

What is Zynga?

What is Zynga? Zynga is a relatively new player in the gaming industry with its founding in 2007. But since its founding, Zynga has grown to be one of the most popular, innovative, and successful gaming companies. It has its headquarters in San Francisco, California in the USA and develops mostly browser games. These browser-based […]

What Is Wiki?

What Is Wiki? It was in 1994 when Mark Cunningham started the concept of WikiWikiWeb. It was in the early 2000’s when it has already been transformed into the Wiki that we know now. By 2007, Wiki has already been officially recognized as an English term. Now, what is Wiki and how is it relevant […]

What is ESPN3?

What is ESPN3? ESPN3 is an ESPN online Website featuring live broadband sporting events from around the world, giving sports fans an interactive experience. It is currently available in North America, Australia, Brazil, Chile, Middle East and Europe (except in Italy). In the United States, it is available to those who subscribe to it through […]

What is Gmail?

What is Gmail? Gmail is a free email service provided by Google, Inc. It started to be seen on the web in the year 2004. The first Gmail accounts were actually given out to people, like employees, their friends, and family members. These first few people who had access to Google’s email service were allowed […]

What is LinkedIn?

What is LinkedIn? LinkedIn is another social networking website created on December of the year 2002. Started marketing in May 2003, LinkedIn is business-oriented and is intended for professional networking. LinkedIn rapidly increased its popularity and as of present, it has a record of over 90 million members who signed up. The professional networking site […]

What is Amazon S3?

What is Amazon S3? Amazon S3 is an online storage service by Amazon Web Services. Designed for software developers, it has an easy and simple web interface for storing and retrieving any amount of data from anywhere on the web, anytime. Through this service, developers can build applications easily especially when it involves storage. Amazon […]

What is YMail?

What is YMail? YMail is an alternative email extension for yahoomail users. This was created in order to allow users to choose their preferred user names if it has already been taken up in the original yahoo.com extension. An example of a YMail account could be samplemail@ymail.com. YMail is a free email service from Yahoo! […]

What is DIGG?

What is DIGG? DIGG is a website that features news and social content, all of which are shared or submitted by its loyal users.  And since the website is focused on the users, content can be shared with other members.  To date, DIGG.com is among the Top 250 sites in the internet.  It registers 33 […]

What is Google Voice?

What is Google Voice? Google voice is an online phone service which allows PC-to-PC voice calling and free PC-to-phone. Initially, in order to get to use this service you needed an invitation from a friend or someone who already had it, or go to the Google Voice invitation request page. Recently, Google dropped the requirement […]

What is Amazon?

What is Amazon? Amazon happens to be a very popular name for those who are in businesses. There are very many Amazon businesses around the world with one of the biggest being the amazon.com website which is an online retail e-commerce company. There have also been movies, TV shows and documentaries made and named Amazon. […]

What is WordPress?

What is WordPress? WordPress is a free, open source content management system (CMS) which is powered by PHP and MySQL. This is used majorly for blog publication and is the most popular CMS today. The first version of WordPress was released by its founding developer Matt Mulenweg on May 2003, as a direct successor to […]

What is Duckduckgo?

What is Duckduckgo? Duck Duck Go is a search engine that offers innovative search solutions such as zero click info, maximum privacy, customizable settings and less spam. Duck Duck Go retrieves more relevant searched pages, listing results from crowdsourced sites such as Wikipedia, as well as Yahoo search BOSS and its own web crawler, the […]

What is WikiLeaks?

What is WikiLeaks? WikiLeaks is a media organization launched in 2006, operating internationally with the aim of publishing and making public government classified information. WikiLeaks is run by The Sunshine Press. The organization is headed by Julian Assange, an Australian Internet activist. WikiLeaks is supposedly founded by Chinese dissidents, journalists, technologists and mathematicians. Some have […]

What is Joomla?

What is Joomla? Joomla is an open source content management system (CMS) which is used for the creation of websites. A content management system keeps track of all the components of a website, much like a filing cabinet. The term Joomla is derived from the Swahili word ‘jumla’ which means ‘all together’. Downloading Joomla is […]