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Introduction and Please Review

  1. Gymfroggy profile image68
    Gymfroggyposted 8 years ago

    Greetings all,

    I didn't spot an introduction forum so posting here instead. I am a website developer from the UK and look forward to creating useful hubs for everyone to enjoy.

    Please take a look at my first proper hub … ed-To-Know and let me know what you think. Any feedback, good or bad, is most welcome!

    1. NoRR4Me profile image81
      NoRR4Meposted 8 years agoin reply to this


      You have a nice Hub. Thanks for all of the computer tips! You'll do great on HubPages.

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    JeanMeriamposted 8 years ago

    I think you did a wonderful job. It's one of the prettiest hubs I have seen. You'll do fine.

    I would have broken it into two hubs though and linked them together for a natural backlink.

  3. Shadesbreath profile image84
    Shadesbreathposted 8 years ago

    That's actually some good stuff.  It's not typically the sort of thing I would read, but, the voice is conversational, with just the right sprinkle of humor, to make moving through what would otherwise be a boring list, interesting enough to keep moving through said list.

  4. jj12 profile image58
    jj12posted 8 years ago

    Great hub - lots of things I didn't know even though I've been using computers for many years now.

  5. IzzyM profile image89
    IzzyMposted 8 years ago

    LOts of useful kwyboard shortcuts there, and many I didn't know. Thanks smile

    Talking of shortcuts, anyone remember the shortcuts for odd things like the half, quarter three-quarters etc. I think it was alt + a combination of numbers from the numeric keybpad. (something like alt+345)

    The first day I forgot what they were I pressed the combination I thought it was, and turned the screen on a Win XP computer upside down!

    It took me hours to put it right. I had to turn the monitor upside down to google the problem.

    I did sort it eventually after a lot of searching but it's made me wary of trying new shortcuts LOL

  6. mikenielsen profile image57
    mikenielsenposted 7 years ago


    I am new here and welcome to hubpages. In this forum i love to meet new members and share some useful info and also want to learn from themselves...