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It is just as easy using Dropbox. (no need to go to websites to share files or touch the keyboard since these seem to be your concerns) Install dropbox on both the computers and login with the same dropbox account to both. Then the file sharing process will be : Drag the file into the folder linked to DropBox on one computer. File will automatically ...


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Yes, you can do that. In both computers, start a chat with someone who is not online. (Preferably use a contact who you know will not be available or use another account of your own.) When you type into the chat in one computer, you will see the text also in the other computer. If you drag a file to the chat in one computer, you can download it in the ...


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I help out on the Mozilla Firefox support site. I just had a chat with a Microsoft tech in this issue; https://pastebin.mozilla.org/8826478


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When you connect to a public network, you are using DHCP to obtain your IP addressing for your device. Without going into long detail, there's not really a way that your two computers have the same IP address on your local network. If you are using two Windows computers, I would open run.exe and type in ipconfig to find out for yourself. This sounds like ...


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Open Skype > Conversation > View Older message > select time You can change log settings in skype options at the advanced chat-options.


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Are you logged into both browsers using your google account? If you are you'll see a little name like this in the upper right hand corner: This will transfer data, including history, autofill and cookies across computers.


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I don't know why you can't force-quit Skype or FF. I'm having a similar problem. But the reason Chrome has more than one item in that list is it uses separate processes instead of just separate threads, like FF. Basically, separate processes means that the OS knows that 2 things are running concurrently, and can help manage it. Separate threads mean that ...


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I just removed the numbers ABOVE the one I wanted to call, and now the contact shows up fine in Skype. One of the numbers AVOBE the one I wanted to call had commas in it, and some code I used with long distance calling cards. So it seems the answer is "Skype doesn't show a contact based on it having at least ONE valid number, but expecting ALL of them ...


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Chrome (by default) will have more than one instance open. You can prevent this by looking at your system tray (click the arrow if it's not there). Right-click the Chrome icon and uncheck 'Let Chrome run in the background' or something along those lines. The other answer would be that you have something opening programs like a madman. In that case, do a ...


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I believe I've figured out the answer. I had the same issue and it was an interesting fix. See if this works for you. I right-clicked on the speaker icon in the Windows Start Bar and pressed Playback Devices. Right-click on the device that represents your 3.5mm headphone jack and select Properties. Go to the Enhancements tab. I found that no enhancements ...


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I agree with @slhck - It seems you can't with Skype. But a (seemingly??) little-known fact, is that you have been able to get 'Remote Assistance' in Microsoft Windows since XP. Even most of the links supplied by @slhck don't seem to mention this. (It's not the best out there, but it works.) It's just a few clicks away. In XP: Start -> Help and Support -> ...


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It looks like a shared library issue. Run the following as root: apt-get -f install && apt-get update && dpkg -i skype-debian_4.3.0.37-1_i386.deb && --install


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Seems like a simple dependency issue. Not 100% sure about Kali Linux, but did find these Kali Linux specific Skype installation instructions that seem solid. Specifically they suggest the following: sudo apt-get -f install The -f flag stands for --fix-broken and according to the man page it will: Fix; attempt to correct a system with broken ...


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Assuming that your headset is using 3.5mm socket and not operating via USB you could use a double adapter (available from electronics or hifi store) which will create two outputs for your headset sound. Then basically use a set of headphones that are patched into one of the sockets and stick it close to the input of your headset. It should give you what ...



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