Latest articles tagged “answers”

Latest articles tagged “answers”

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How And Why Computer Components "Age"
by Gary Oldwood on 20 May 2017 · 449 views
As you might have observed, computers can just stop working some day, leaving you curious as to what happened that resulted in this disaster. Here are some underlying factors that play an important role in computer "aging". ... Read more
World Wide Web: How And When The Internet As We Know It Was Formed
by Gary Oldwood on 20 May 2017 · 417 views
The web did not always exist of course, and it certainly didn't have the form and properties it has now. Here is its history, from the time it was conceived as an idea until today. ... Read more
Open-Source Software Explained
by Gary Oldwood on 16 May 2017 · 371 views
By the looks of it, open-source software is the next big route for developers and businesses, so here is what it is and how it works. ... Read more
These Are The Windows System Folders That You Should Never Mess With
by Gary Oldwood on 17 April 2017 · 527 views
In order for Windows to work properly, it relies on several files and folders located within the drive it is installed in. In this article you can see which folders in your Windows installation drive are system folders, so as to avoid touching them. ... Read more
Developer Options- All Hidden Options In Android
by Gary Oldwood on 4 February 2017 · 602 views
Android's developer options hold quite a few hidden settings that can prove to be very useful for the average user- and here they are. ... Read more
Where to download official Windows 7, 8.1, 10 ISOs from? Legally, directly from Microsoft.
by Mihai Neacsu on 11 August 2016 · 9174 views
Microsoft offers ISO installation files for Windows 7, 8.1, and 10, but they are not always that obvious to find online. These ISOs come in handy when you need a full reinstall of the Windows OS and the original installation media you had, is lost. ... Read more
The Story Behind The Most Famous Symbols In Technology!
by Gary Oldwood on 8 August 2016 · 1024 views
You keep seeing them, but have you ever wondered what they actually mean? Here is the history behind the most famous symbols used in technology. ... Read more
Working Pokemon Go maps to find your missing pokemons
by Mihai Neacsu on 4 August 2016 · 1173 views
Since PokeVision used the Niantic API to show you the exact location and despawn time for each pokemon around and Niantic killed the pokemon radar entirely, PokeVision was left stranded. So what are your alternatives right now? ... Read more
What are the rewards and unlockables at each Pokemon Go level, with required XP for each level
by Mihai Neacsu on 2 August 2016 · 508 views
The Pokemon Go Frenzy does not seem to wind down anytime soon, so besides our beginners guide to catch them all, we made this list with what to expect each time you level up. ... Read more
Using Facebook App Wastes up to 15% of an iPhone's Battery, Up to 20% of an Android Phone's Battery – Should You Uninstall and Use an Alternative?
by Chris Thomas on 24 April 2016 · 766 views
Reports indicate that Facebook's apps for iOS and Android can hog up to 20% of a smartphone's battery. Accessing Facebook through a web browser or third-party Facebook app is often faster than using the official Facebook app. ... Read more
Q&A: I see a 'Startup Settings' screen every time I boot into Windows. How do I remove it?
by Mihai Neacsu on 27 February 2016 · 2086 views
We answered "Whenever I boot into Win10, I get an initial "Startup Settings" screen (see screenshot). This appears before the "Choose an Operating System" screen, and doesn't show up in MSconfig. Now I want to get rid of it, but don't know how". ... Read more
What is "Defer Updates" in Windows 10 and How to Enable it
by Gary Oldwood on 1 September 2015 · 2701 views
In this article we explain what "Defer Updates" is in Windows 10 and how to enable it. ... Read more
Find out if your Windows is 32-bit or 64-bit - guide for XP, Vista, 7, 8, 8.1, 10
by Mihai Neacsu on 26 August 2015 · 1807 views
This guide will show you how to find out if your Windows is a 32-bit or 64-bit operating system. We're covering all Windows editions: XP, Vista, 7, 8, 8.1, and 10. ... Read more
Microsoft "Fingerprints" your Computer Hardware to Activate Windows 10 - How Activation Works, and What you Can Do to Avoid Accidental Deactivation
by Gary Oldwood on 21 August 2015 · 1744 views
The activation process for Windows 10 in computers which upgraded does not depend on the typical product key validation method, but uses your computer's hardware instead. ... Read more
How to Fix the "Start Menu and Cortana Not Working" Bug in Windows 10
by Gary Oldwood on 17 August 2015 · 4764 views
There's a bug in Windows 10 that prevents the Start menu and Cortana from working, and it's a pretty common one actually. Read this article for a list of possible solutions. ... Read more
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