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Computer Performance Tips
More Memory (RAM)
Memory is where the computer stores open files or programs in order to give the processor quick access. To put it simply more memory means more speed and stability. You can buy memory online or visit your local Best Buy where they can install it for you if you don't feel comfortable doing it yourself.
Defrag your computer
Diskeeper is by far the most effective and efficient defrag program I have ever used. With Diskeeper you can defrag your computer without having to close other programs. You also have a "set it and forget it" feature that enables you to set your computer to defrag any time without having to think about defragging ever again. Most notably this defrag program gives your computer a clear performance boost.
Remove adware & spyware
Ad-Aware and Spybot Search and Destroy are both free programs that will scan your computer for adware and spyware and allow you to remove it with ease.
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Tech Is Changing New York, but Not How He Reports on the City The New York Times
How do New York Times journalists use technology in their jobs and in their personal lives? J. David Goodman, a metro reporter, discussed the tech he's using.
Google’s Duplex Uses A.I. to Mimic Humans (Sometimes) The New York Times
In a free *service*, bots call restaurants and make reservations. The technology is impressive, except for when the caller is actually a person.
Taking Steps to Maximize Privacy While Covering the Lack of It The New York Times
Jennifer Valentino-DeVries, an investigative reporter who has delved into issues of online privacy, is “under no illusions” that protecting our digital selves is fully ...
Capturing What’s Online in China Before It Vanishes The New York Times
It's important to preserve snapshots of China's internet before they vanish without a trace, says Raymond Zhong, a Times tech reporter in Beijing.
Why Play a Music CD? ‘No Ads, No Privacy Terrors, No Algorithms’ The New York Times
Streaming services have revolutionized the discovery of songs, but here's why Ben Sisario, who covers the music industry, still likes to listen to compact discs.
Hillel's tech corner: DayTwo: Your personal dietitian algorithm The Jerusalem Post
How is it that I eat a slice of pizza and see the weight immediately, and my friend can eat a pizza pie and remain slim?
Are AirPods Worth the Costs? The New York Times
Apple's wireless earbuds have led to questions about personal tech as environmental scourge and punch line.
First American Financial exposed data in millions of mortgage documents, report says USA TODAY
An estimated 885 million digitized documents from mortgage deals dating back to 2003 have been exposed by First American Financial Corp, a provider of title ...
Threat or promise? E-auto boom could cost industry jobs The Oakland Press
ZWICKAU, Germany (AP) — Over 115 years the auto industry in the east German town of Zwickau has lived through wrenching upheavals including World War II ...
US takes aim at Chinese surveillance as the trade war becomes a tech war CNBC
China and America's trade war looks more and more like a tech war, and the United States appears to be widening its focus on to another category of Chinese ...
The Top 10 Tech Stresses That Frustrate Americans The Most (Video) South Florida Reporter
Slow Wi-Fi, login troubles or plagued by a dying battery? A majority of Americans endure five tech frustrations EVERY day, according to new research. A recent ...
Engineers are making a personal heating/cooling system you can wear - Tech News The Star Online
Are you always cold? Or always hot? Do you ever find yourself in an argument with someone over whether the heating should be turned up or down?
Nearly all states use drones for range of work The Oakland Press
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — In Utah, drones are hovering near avalanches to watch roaring snow. In North Carolina, they're searching for the nests of endangered ...
Real or artificial? Tech titans declare AI ethics concerns The Oakland Press
The biggest tech companies want you to know that they're taking special care to ensure that their use of artificial intelligence to sift through mountains of data, ...
Will automated customer service replace people? | Personal Tech The Oakland Press
Man vs. machine: That's the debate going on in almost every industry, particularly in regard to customer *service*.
It’s Time to Use Your Imagination With Bluetooth Trackers. We Did. The New York Times
This week, I'm asking readers to engage in an admittedly odd exercise: to use our imaginations with Bluetooth trackers. Sounds weird, right? Bluetooth trackers ...
How to Add Hollywood Special Effects to Your Videos The New York Times
With your smartphone, inexpensive software and a bit of cloth or paper, you can make your own “green screen” movies.
These robots were built to be punched, stabbed and cursed. Here's why you might want to oblige them. - NBC News
These robots were built to be punched, stabbed and cursed. Here's why you might want to oblige them. NBC News
Researchers at Carnegie Mellon and Israel's Hebrew University created "catharsis" robots designed to be stabbed, punched, cursed and otherwise abused by ...
US seeks new tools to counter unrelenting wave of robocalls The Oakland Press
U.S. regulators are proposing new tools to counter the unrelenting waves of robocalls received each year in America.
A sneaker that fixes itself could be coming soon The Oakland Press
Picture this: You're playing soccer with friends. As you kick the ball, you realize the bottom of your foot feels cold and wet. You turn your sneaker up to look.
iPad Pro, Tile keyring and Juku backpack: Tech tools for busy professionals The Irish Times
Top 1000: what you should be packing in your personal tech arsenal this year.
Will AirPods spark the next technology wave? How ‘personal audio computing’ could reshape the industry - GeekWire
Will AirPods spark the next technology wave? How ‘personal audio computing’ could reshape the industry GeekWire
The smartphone started as a better phone, and ultimately became the basis of a new, era-defining wave of computing. Could AirPods be the same? Could they ...
5 Tech-Savvy Ways to Improve Your Personal Money Management Yahoo Finance
Would you be hard-pressed to come up with a $5 bill if asked at a register? As of 2017, about half the population had moved to a limited cash existence, and 5% ...
Need a geeky mate to help with technology? Northern Star
A NEW Ballina business is helping people to get tech-savvy.
Razor startup Harry’s will be acquired by Edgewell Personal Care for $1.37B TechCrunch
Edgewell Personal Care, which owns brands like Schick (razors), Banana Boat (sunscreen) and Wet Ones (moist wipes), is adding Harry's to that list in a $1.37 ...
Google Pixel 3A Review: The $400 Smartphone You’ve Been Waiting For The New York Times
Dear readers, I hear you: Plenty of you are making it loud and clear that you are frustrated with today's smartphone prices, which are approaching the cost of a ...
How to Declutter and Organize Your Personal Tech in a Few Simple Steps The New York Times
Accessories and data may not take up much physical space, but they contribute to frustration and anxiety. Here are ways to keep e-junk at bay, Marie ...
Newsom wants companies collecting personal data to share the wealth with Californians - Los Angeles Times
Newsom wants companies collecting personal data to share the wealth with Californians Los Angeles Times
Gov. Gavin Newsom wants companies that collect personal data to share the wealth with consumers. The idea isn't new, but there are many ways to execute it.
MPD: Woman Goes Low-Tech to Steal Personal Information FOX10 News
Sometimes, you don't need to go "high tech" to steal someone's personal information. One woman was able to do it the "low tech" way, says Mobile Police. Now ...
What Do Women in Tech Want? Techopedia
Women have long been a minority in tech, but what do those in the field most want from their employers and careers in general? Here's what they had to say.
Sliding Backward on Tech? There Are Benefits The New York Times
Pamela Paul, editor of The New York Times Book Review, decided to downgrade her tech two years ago. It has worked out, with paper and DVDs instead of the ...
Decentralized Identity: How Microsoft (and Others) Plan to Empower Users to Own and Control Personal Data - Cointelegraph
Decentralized Identity: How Microsoft (and Others) Plan to Empower Users to Own and Control Personal Data Cointelegraph
Microsoft, one of the world's largest software makers by revenue, is currently on a blockchain streak. This time, Microsoft presented a vast blockchain-related ...
The Game of Thrones’ Hangover is a Blip on the Radar Compared to The Annual Cost of Digital Distraction - Grit Daily
The Game of Thrones’ Hangover is a Blip on the Radar Compared to The Annual Cost of Digital Distraction Grit Daily
It's predicted that millions of Americans will call in sick with a hangover from the final Game of Thrones episode, which, if you're reading this later, aired on HBO ...
The tech products most likely yield profit in the future The Money Pages
Home technology products such as Amazon's Alexa, Google Home and Smart thermostats are the gadgets most likely to offer the greatest profits in future resale ...
Devices That Will Invade Your Life in 2019 (and What’s Overhyped) The New York Times
A.I. that responds to your voice. Next-generation wireless networks. If this year's biggest consumer technology trends have a familiar ring, there's a reason for ...
If I'm going to wear a computer on my face, it needs to be perfect Financial Post
Tech reporter James McLeod test drives North's smart glasses Focals.
He Reported on Facebook. Now He Approaches It With Caution. The New York Times
Nick Confessore, an investigative reporter who has written about social media and data privacy, has changed his tech habits after what he has learned.
Millions of personal files exposed by insurance biz, serial web hacker strikes again, and more from infosec land - The Register
Millions of personal files exposed by insurance biz, serial web hacker strikes again, and more from infosec land The Register
Roundup It's a bumper three-day weekend in the US and UK, so we won't keep you long. Here's a rapid summary of information security news from the past ...
This Tech Makes D.I.Y. Key Duplication Easy. Maybe Too Easy. The New York Times
You can now take key duplication into your own hands using kiosks and apps from start-ups. Our columnist explored whether the benefits of this outweigh the ...
Lifting Journalism by Knowing What Readers Are Looking For The New York Times
Claudio E. Cabrera, who specializes in search engine optimization, describes how he keeps track of what's hot in search and how that informs coverage — and ...
Amidst uncertain times, the Honor 20 launches in Malaysia Digital News Asia
Huawei may be going through some tough times thanks to the US ban, but Honor ploughs ahead with launch.
‘The Effects Cannot Be Overstated’: When Tech Invaded Media The New York Times
How do New York Times journalists use technology in their jobs and in their personal lives? Jim Rutenberg, media columnist for The Times, discussed the tech ...
Activist shareholders to target Zuck with giant angry emoji inflatable at Facebook AGM - The Register
Activist shareholders to target Zuck with giant angry emoji inflatable at Facebook AGM The Register
Facebook stock-owning activists are planning to deliver an eight-foot angry-looking emoji to CEO Mark Zuckerberg at the company's annual general meeting ...
I Deleted Facebook Last Year. Here’s What Changed (and What Didn’t). The New York Times
Our personal tech columnist didn't lose touch with his true friends — but strange things did occur, including Instagram thinking he was a woman.
Limiting Your Digital Footprints in a Surveillance State The New York Times
To protect himself and his sources from prying eyes in China, Paul Mozur, a technology reporter in Shanghai, leaves just an “innocent trace” of digital exhaust.
The Tech That Was Fixed in 2018 and the Tech That Still Needs Fixing The New York Times
From Facebook to creepy online ads, the worst tech of the year made the internet feel like an unsafe place to hang out. Yet there were some products that were ...
Organizing Your Unwieldy Photo Collection Is Easier Than You Think The New York Times
Do you ever find yourself scrolling madly through your phone's camera roll, looking for that one fabulous vacation shot you're describing to a friend — and you ...
Starbucks Will Use Blockchain Tech to Create a More Personal Connection With its Customers Blokt
America's tech giant Microsoft announced a partnership with coffee chain Starbucks on a number of tech solutions including the use of blockchain technology in ...
The Must-Have When Reporting on Disasters: A Satellite Phone The New York Times
How do New York Times journalists use technology in their jobs and in their personal lives? Thomas Fuller, a national correspondent based in San Francisco, ...
Digital Privacy Is a Big Concern in Europe. For This Reporter, Too. The New York Times
How do New York Times journalists use technology in their jobs and in their personal lives? Matt Apuzzo, an investigative correspondent in Brussels, discussed ...
Facebook Did Not Securely Store Passwords. Here’s What You Need to Know. The New York Times
SAN FRANCISCO — Facebook said on Thursday that millions of user account passwords had been stored insecurely, potentially allowing employees to gain ...
What Is 5G? Here’s What You Need to Know About the New Cellular Network The New York Times
The transition to new fifth-generation networks, known as 5G, will affect how you use smartphones and many other devices. Let's talk about the essentials.
Where a TV Pro Goes for Video When YouTube Just Won’t Do The New York Times
How do New York Times journalists use technology in their jobs and in their personal lives? Liz Day, a senior story editor for The Times's new television show, ...
SMI wants to become NASCAR track operator that is Personal Tech Know Bits
The parent company of Speedway Motorsports Inc. has created an offer to acquire all of its outstanding common stock, the second movement of its kind between ...
A Favorite Tool While Reporting on Start-Ups: Paper? The New York Times
How do New York Times journalists use technology in their jobs and in their personal lives? Erin Griffith, a start-ups and venture capital reporter in San Francisco ...
Instagram to remove number of likes on photos and videos in Canada Financial Post
Facebook Inc.'s Instagram is considering removing the number of “likes” on posts, a move that mirrors efforts by social media companies like Twitter Inc. to make ...
From Bubble Memory to Hot Spots and a Fly Rod The New York Times
David E. Sanger, a national security correspondent, recounts his gear from the computers in use when he joined The Times in 1982 to his overloaded backpack ...
How to Save on Your Next Apple Purchase The New York Times
Gadgets like Apple's iPhone have become so powerful and durable that you can wait many years before buying a new one. The bad news is that your next ...
In a Stumble for Apple, a FaceTime Bug Lets iPhone Users Eavesdrop The New York Times
A glitch in the video and audio calling app, which the company says it will fix, can turn the device into one perhaps better suited for espionage.
Protecting Your Internet Accounts Keeps Getting Easier. Here’s How to Do It. The New York Times
There are many tools for setting up two-factor authentication, a security mechanism that prevents improper access. These four methods are the most compelling.
You Can’t Stop Robocalls. You Shouldn’t Have To. The New York Times
Today's solutions for fighting spam and scam calls are ineffective. But the onus should be on the phone companies, not you, to solve this problem.
What’s Next for Smartphones? Samsung’s New Galaxy Line Offers a Few Answers The New York Times
One of the company's newly unveiled models works with 5G wireless networks. Another folds up like a book.
Spending Is as Easy as Pushing a Button. The Hard Part? Keeping Track. The New York Times
How do New York Times journalists use technology in their jobs and in their personal lives? Tara Siegel Bernard, a personal finance reporter, discussed the tech ...
How an App Creates ‘Disturbingly Agile Millennial Thumbs’ The New York Times
Isabella Kwai, a reporter in Australia, rarely takes notes on paper anymore and instead uses her iPhone. She can still look sources in the eye while typing.
Talking to Taffy Is Low Tech. And Intense. The New York Times
Armed with an Olympus recorder, she's spent time with Gwyneth Paltrow and Bradley Cooper. Here's how Taffy Brodesser-Akner of The New York Times ...
Hurricanes. Shootings. Fires. Time for an Editor’s Emergency Kit. The New York Times
When news of natural disasters or man-made ones break in the U.S., Julie Bloom taps a variety of tools to communicate with reporters, edit stories and get them ...
Germany Is Wary of a Digital World (but Loves Its E-Toothbrushes) The New York Times
How do New York Times journalists use technology in their jobs and in their personal lives? Melissa Eddy, a Berlin correspondent for The Times, discussed the ...
Setting Up Your Tech on the Assumption You’ll Be Hacked The New York Times
Sheera Frenkel, who writes about cybersecurity for The Times, explains how she safeguards her devices, and why passwords remain a weak link for more ...
When the Tools of the Trade Are the Keyboard and Mouse The New York Times
For Daisuke Wakabayashi, who covers Google, computer accessories are important. Very important.
My home tech setup for 2019 Business Insider
Technology can vastly improve the quality of your home and life. I've listed the computers, gadgets, and accessories I'm using on a personal basis in 2019 ...
To Cover China, There’s No Substitute for WeChat The New York Times
Li Yuan conducts much of her work on the WeChat mobile app, including spotting trends — and prodding sources to get back to her.
You Don’t Have to Be a Journalist to Want to Keep Chats Private The New York Times
How do New York Times journalists use technology in their jobs and in their personal lives? Kate Conger, a technology reporter for The Times in San Francisco, ...
How to Take Music Lessons Whenever (and Wherever) Works for You The New York Times
You're never too old to learn to play a musical instrument, but finding a tutor and the time for lessons is another matter. If working with a personal teacher isn't an ...
The Most Important Kitchen Tools This Holiday (or Any Season, Really) The New York Times
Tech has brought innovation, convenience and smarts to the kitchen. Here's what Melissa Clark uses and the tools she finds indispensable.
Uber vs. Lyft: Which Ride-Hailing App Is Better? The New York Times
Uber and Lyft recently made clear that they are in the ride-hailing business for the long haul. Shortly after Lyft went public with plenty of fanfare last month, Uber ...
It’s Her Job to Get More People to Act Like You Right Now The New York Times
How do New York Times journalists use technology in their jobs and in their personal lives? Millie Tran, a global growth editor for The Times, discussed the tech ...
Just Embed a Phone Into This Editor’s Mind, Already The New York Times
Choire Sicha, who runs The New York Times's Styles desk, has such a close relationship with his smartphone, he says, it may be time to “punch the circuitry into ...
Maker of US border's license-plate scanning tech ransacked by hacker, blueprints and files dumped online - The Register
Maker of US border's license-plate scanning tech ransacked by hacker, blueprints and files dumped online The Register
Exclusive The maker of vehicle license plate readers used extensively by the US government and cities to identify and track citizens and immigrants has been ...
Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus Review: A $1,000 Smartphone With Compromises The New York Times
After I set up Samsung's new Galaxy S10 Plus phone last week, I showed it to my partner and said with atypical enthusiasm, “Check it out — this phone has the ...
An Arsenal of Skype, Voice Recorders and FOIAs The New York Times
Emily Bazelon, an investigative reporter at The New York Times Magazine, craves easy-to-use tools, whether for interviews, Freedom of Information Act records ...
The Easy (and Free) Way to Make a Budget Spreadsheet The New York Times
With a little time, typing and easy-to-use software, you can quickly see your financial picture much more thoroughly and better plan for the future.
Are Your Children Racking Up Charges From Mobile Games? Here’s How to Fight Back - The New York Times
Are Your Children Racking Up Charges From Mobile Games? Here’s How to Fight Back The New York Times
Parents are often surprised by unauthorized credit card charges. The culprit: Bait apps, which lure children into buying virtual junk online. Preventing these ...
First genderless voice, "Q", created for personal tech assistants FOX 7 Austin
VIRTUE Nordics is the team behind "Q", the first genderless voice assistant. With the launch of "Q", VIRTUE and Copenhagen Pride hope that consumers and ...
The Essentials for Covering Silicon Valley: Burner Phones and Doorbells The New York Times
Reporting on secretive technology companies sometimes means finding people who don't want to be found. Jack Nicas, who covers Apple, relies on some ...
Samsung Postpones Rollout of Galaxy Fold The New York Times
The company, the world's largest handset maker, said it would postpone the release of the foldable smartphone after reports that the device was malfunctioning.
Are Targeted Ads Stalking You? Here’s How to Make Them Stop The New York Times
Ever been haunted by an online ad for an item you researched or bought? Targeted ads were designed to follow you around everywhere. Here's how to banish ...
Depressed and Anxious? These Video Games Want to Help The New York Times
A growing number of games are taking on mental health issues like depression, anger and post-traumatic stress disorder.
Twist my Arm why don't you: Brit CPU behemoth latest biz to cease work with Huawei – report - The Register
Twist my Arm why don't you: Brit CPU behemoth latest biz to cease work with Huawei – report The Register
Updated Brit chip designer Arm has now severed its links with Huawei in accordance with US sanctions, depriving the Chinese smartphone maker of a crucial ...
Social Media’s Re-engineering Effect, From Myanmar to Germany The New York Times
How do New York Times journalists use technology in their jobs and in their personal lives? Max Fisher, a reporter based in London who co-writes The ...
California show explores Warhol's social, tech foreshadowing Financial Post
SAN FRANCISCO — Before Instagram and Facebook, before selfies and filters that perfect selfies, there was Andy Warhol, using his art to imbue friends, family, ...
Make Your Friends and Family Less Irksome This Holiday Season The New York Times
Getting a big group together this time of year can be a hassle. So spare everyone the endless phone notifications and email threads and try these methods ...
When You Track Oreos, Exercise and Everything Else The New York Times
Tim Herrera, editor of The New York Times's Smarter Living section, does not believe the answer to happiness is less technology. Here's why.
Big Tech leapt on the blockchain bandwagon but its applications are stuck in cryptocurrency - The Register
Big Tech leapt on the blockchain bandwagon but its applications are stuck in cryptocurrency The Register
Huge expectations for blockchain have been created by large suppliers such as IBM, Microsoft, Amazon and SAP, institutions such as The World Economic ...
The Sun Sets. The Wind Dies. But Energy Data Is Relentless. The New York Times
Alternative power sources have upended the electric grid. Ivan Penn, who covers the beat, discusses the changes and how he keeps track of them.
We Tried Facebook’s New Portal Device (So You Don’t Have To) The New York Times
Facebook's new gadgets, Portal and Portal Plus, are meant to bring people closer together. So we — Mike Isaac and Farhad Manjoo, two technology writers for ...
Spotting Disinformation Online Before the Midterm Elections The New York Times
How do New York Times journalists use technology in their jobs and in their personal lives? Kevin Roose, a technology columnist in New York who has been ...
Apple Watch Series 4 Review: A Big Step for Wearable Gadgets The New York Times
The faster speeds and larger screen sound boring on paper. But an electrical heart sensor gives a glimpse of the promise to come, our reviewer writes.
How to Delete Facebook and Instagram From Your Life Forever The New York Times
Lost faith in Facebook and Instagram after data leakages, breaches and too much noise? Here's a guide to breaking up with the social network and its ...
How to Make a 3-D Model of Your Home Renovation Vision The New York Times
Before you get out the hardware, use software like free floor-plan apps and augmented-reality tools to sketch out the ideas for your remodeling projects.
How to Sort Through a Cornucopia of Television Shows The New York Times
Our assistant TV editor has a state-of-the-art setup for watching shows and movies. But here's what happens when there can be too much *content* to choose.
Selecting a Personal Digital Assistant
A Computer in Your HandCarrying around an address book and planner is becoming a thing of the past. With new PDA developments, you can manage your contacts and schedule, use e-mail, and even listen to music.
Troubleshooting Computer Freeze (Lockup) Problems
How familiar does the following sound? Your computer was working fine, but then suddenly started locking up (aka hanging or freezing), rebooting itself (crashing) or shutting down spontaneously? If you know only too well what I am talking about, then read on! Performing the simple steps below can fix the majority of lockup cases.1.
15 Good Programming Habits
1. Before sitting down for coding, you must have formal or a paper-napkin design of the solution to be coded.
Portable Technology: Getting to Know the Treo
Up until the recent past, those who wanted to take advantage of a mobile phone, data organizer, wireless e-mail with text messaging, web browsing and a digital camera had to have separate units for each. With today's technology comes the Treo - offering all of those features in one small hand-held unit.
Customize Your Portable Player with an MP3 Player Accessory
Everywhere you look today people are listening to personal audio players. And many look for ways to personalize and/or enhance their experience.
Bluetooth Technology: Tips for Buying Headsets or Headphones
The technological horizon has always got something new to offer, and among the most recent of these offerings is Bluetooth enhanced hardware. For those of you who are unfamiliar with this latest-and-greatest technology, headsets and headphones in the Bluetooth line offer the ability to use your cell phone without the need for hands or dangling wires.
Lives With Games Tradition and Industry
The United States Of America citizen feels that games is a part of their life while developed countries such as the United Kingdom and Japan would feels that Games is high prospects to gain profit either in domestic level or internationally. Games is very influence in human life at this time.
Use Your Computer For Your Entertainment Needs
By using your computer today you can find a lot of different music and movie programs. From downloading music and movies directly from the internet to buying subscriptions, joining clubs, and even renting, all from the comfort of your home.
How To Have Two (Multiple) Copies Of Windows
Having two operating systems is not as difficult as many of us consider. It just requires little hard work and some good equipment.
EDTV: What You Should Know Before You Make That Purchase
Enhanced Definition Television - also known as EDTV - is one of the many modern viewing technologies of our time. Often confused with HDTV capability, this is actually a compromise between standard TV and HDTV.
The Benefits of the New Firefox Browser
You probably heard of the new Firefox browser version 1.0 recently released by Mozilla.
Font Organizers Review, Part I
Do you know how many fonts are currently installed on your PC? What is the difference between OpenType, TrueType, PostScript Type 1 and Printer fonts? If the answer is 'No', it's time to consider getting a font organizer.TypografThis extremely well-done 32-bit app lets you preview, print, and manage TrueType and Type 1 fonts.
2 PC Annoyances and How To Solve Them!
I have a love-hate relationship with my computer.In fact, often I love to hate my computer!It will do things I know even the great Mr.
Lightning Season: How to Avoid Data Loss
We have just entered the time of year that most electrical storms occur.Sudden loss of power, power surges, and electrical spikes are all very common causes of computer damage.
What Does That Error Message Really Mean?
Surf the 'Net for about 10 minutes and chances rate very high that you'll encounter an error of one kind or another.Whether the error message pops up on your own computer or on a website loaded in your browser, knowing what the error means can help you solve the problem much faster and avoid hours of frustration (especially in a situation where nothing you do will solve the problem).
10 Easy Steps to Speed Up Your Computer - Without Upgrading
1. Empty the Temp directory regularly.
Home Electronics: The Facts About Plasma TV
Not so many years ago, homes across the country watched their favorite TV shows on a bulky floor model that took awhile to warm up before you could see the picture, didn't offer anything in the way of remote control manipulation and offered a washed out image on the TV's cathode ray tube hosted screen..
Keeping Passwords Secure
As the web has evolved, so have the methods of collecting personal information. A large number of websites require visitors to register to gain access or participate.
Portable DVD Players - Things To Know
In my humble opinion nothing makes a long trip easier (especially if you have kids). A portable DVD player is the ideal solution for those long plane rides or endless drives in a car to keep everyone entertained, especially when you have new hit DVD to play.
If you utilize a computer at home or work it is likely that you use email. Email is an electronic message that is sent from one computer to another following a specific protocol (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol or SMTP).
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