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|Q.||Does my browser have to accept cookies?|
|A.||Yes, your browser needs to be cookie enabled.
To enable the cookies on Internet Explorer open an instance of the browser. Go to "Tools" menu and select "Internet Options...". Select the "Security" tab on the new window that pops up. Move the lever on the "Settings" section to the lower positions where it accepts cookies. There is a text that changes as you move the lever that tells you which cookies you are accepting at each level. Click on the "OK" button to save the settings. This will turn your Internet Explorer cookies on.
To enable the cookies on Netscape Navigator open an instance of the browser. Go to "Edit" then "Preferences". There click on "Advanced", make sure that "Accept All Cookies" is checked and hit "OK". This will turn your Netscape Navigator cookies on.
|Q.||What is buffering?|
|A.||When audio data is being transmitted between two connected devices (such as SmasHits’ servers or a broadcaster’s computer, and a listener’s computer), there is often a short period of time before the receiving device begins to play the audio it receives. The delay is caused as the receiving device gathers a large enough block of data not only to allow it to begin playing, but also to allow it to hold a small amount of additional data on hand ready to play as it is needed. Typically, buffering is intended to ensure that the receiving device does not find itself suddenly lacking enough data on hand to continue playing without interruption or skipping. There are somewhat different buffering characteristics for different audio player software.
|Q.||I'm trying to watch videos but every few seconds it pauses to buffer. Can you please tell me why?|
|A.||This buffering is due to your Internet connection speed. Videos, specially, are big in size and are best viewed when you have a
fast Internet connection.