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  2. CompuServe.com - Home

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    For Naomi Judd's family, tour is a chance to grieve, reflect; Trevor Noah says he's exiting as host of 'The Daily Show' Cinema opens in Kashmir city after 14 years but few turn up

  3. About CompuServe

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    Since February 1998, CompuServe has been a wholly owned subsidiary of America Online, Inc. As part of the AOL Web Properties group, CompuServe plays an important role by providing Internet connectivity for value-minded consumers seeking both a dependable connection to the Internet and all the features and power of an online service. CompuServe 7.0

  4. Welcome to CompuSERVE, We have a fully equipped workshop and staff, ready to deal with all kinds of repairs. If we can't fix it then chances are no one can.

  5. GIF - Wikipedia

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    CompuServe encouraged the adoption of GIF by providing downloadable conversion utilities for many computers. By December 1987, for example, an Apple IIGS user could view pictures created on an Atari ST or Commodore 64. GIF was one of the first two image formats commonly used on Web sites, the other being the black-and-white XBM.

  6. ZDNet - Wikipedia

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    ZDNET began as a subscription-based digital service called "ZiffNet" that offered computing information to users of CompuServe. It featured computer industry forums, events, features and searchable archives. Initially, ZiffNet was intended to serve as a common place to find content from all Ziff-Davis print publications.

  7. Zamzar - free online converter

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    File convert service between document, image, audio, video, e-book, archive and CAD formats. No account or signup required.

  8. File extension.dwg: Category: CAD File: Description: The .dwg file extension stands for drawing. One of the oldest file types, it was initially conceived in the 1970s for use with the early Computer Aided Design (CAD) devices for 2D and 3D drawings.