Latest articles tagged “answers”

Latest articles tagged “answers”

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What is an Elevated Command Prompt? Several ways to open one in Windows 8 and 10
What is an Elevated Command Prompt? Several ways to open one in Windows 8 and 10
by Mihai Neacsu on 26 June 2014 · 18489 views
Also called elevated mode, an elevated command prompt is a command line mode introduced in Windows starting with Vista. It's available in Windows 7, 8, 8.1, and 10 as well. What it does is allows an user to execute commands with admin privileges. ... Read more
What is System Protection in Windows 8 and how to enable or disable it
What is System Protection in Windows 8 and how to enable or disable it
by Mihai Neacsu on 25 June 2014 · 7076 views
System protection is a Windows feature that creates and saves as restore points information about your PC's system files, software, drivers, and registry settings. It does this for all the drives that have system protection activated. ... Read more
How to move Pagefile.sys and Swapfile.sys to another drive in Windows 8/8.1 or 10
How to move Pagefile.sys and Swapfile.sys to another drive in Windows 8/8.1 or 10
by Mihai Neacsu on 24 June 2014 · 194938 views
In this tutorial we'll show you how to move both Pagefile.sys and Swapfile.sys to another drive. You will need administrator privileges to performs this action so have your admin credentials ready. ... Read more
How to Delete Thumbnail Cache in Windows and Why
How to Delete Thumbnail Cache in Windows and Why
by Dan Vlasic on 20 May 2014 · 3943 views
The Windows OS generates thumbnail cache files to make the process of folder loading faster. It needs to be enabled for slow speed drives; it must be disabled if you have privacy concerns; you can delete thumbnail cache files manually or using tools. ... Read more
The Difference Between x64 and IA-64
The Difference Between x64 and IA-64
by Dan Vlasic on 1 May 2014 · 2072 views
When one of the utilities, namely devcon.exe, refused to run on my Win 7 because it was an IA-64-only, I knew I was not the only one wondering what the catch was all about. So, here is the breakdown. ... Read more
Are Smartphones Today Bad For Your Kiddos?
Are Smartphones Today Bad For Your Kiddos?
by Chad Faith on 17 April 2014 · 1204 views
We’re living in an era when the unmitigated access to information is just a tap away and it’s definitely reshaping our world. ... Read more
The "Cloud" and "Cloud Computing" explained
The "Cloud" and "Cloud Computing" explained
by Gary Oldwood on 16 April 2014 · 1597 views
Chances are that you’ve already entered the cloud but you just don’t know it yet. ... Read more
Why Flash Drives are Still Using FAT32 Instead of NTFS
Why Flash Drives are Still Using FAT32 Instead of NTFS
by Chris Thomas on 16 April 2014 · 1941 views
Why haven't manufacturers switched over to using only the NTFS file system in flash drives if it is supposed to be an upgrade from FAT32? Find out here. ... Read more
Learn About Secure Boot And How It Improves PC Security
Learn About Secure Boot And How It Improves PC Security
by Pete Daniel on 11 April 2014 · 1557 views
With the growing threat of infectious low-level malware which can get into the boot process to load in malicious programs or prevent an operating system from starting, Intel developed EFI in the 1990s to secure the boot process. ... Read more
Will Clearing Your Browser's Cache Actually Improve Your Browsing Experience?
Will Clearing Your Browser's Cache Actually Improve Your Browsing Experience?
by Chad Faith on 1 April 2014 · 13448 views
Actually the title of this post is a double-edged sword because the answer is both yes and no. And you are wondering why I have said that. Well, let me take you through briefly on what this actually entails by first explaining what the cache is. ... Read more
Why does iTunes or App Store asks for my password every single time I update an app?
Why does iTunes or App Store asks for my password every single time I update an app?
by Mihai Neacsu on 31 March 2014 · 1826 views
This happens because you probably have Restrictions enabled on your iPhone, under Settings > General, and have set up your 'Require Password' interval to 'Immediately'. Here's the easy fix. ... Read more
How does Google know it's your birthday Today and how does it celebrate it?
How does Google know it's your birthday Today and how does it celebrate it?
by Mihai Neacsu on 27 March 2014 · 11502 views
Well the short answer is that you told Google when's your birthday, most probably by entering it in your Google+ profile. This Google 'egg' was introduced back in October 2010. ... Read more
'Do Not Track' Feature Explained and How to Enable It in Chrome, IE, Firefox and Opera
'Do Not Track' Feature Explained and How to Enable It in Chrome, IE, Firefox and Opera
by Dan Vlasic on 26 March 2014 · 3325 views
Do Not Track is a polite message from the user that he does not wish to be tracked by advertising networks, social platforms and analytics services. ... Read more
Why Third-Party browsers, Including Chrome, are Slower Than the Default Safari in iOS
Why Third-Party browsers, Including Chrome, are Slower Than the Default Safari in iOS
by Chris Thomas on 26 March 2014 · 1328 views
Many people are confused as to why no other browser can load pages as fast as Safari on their iPhone or iPad when their PC loads pages faster in Chrome. The answers may actually surprise you... ... Read more
Google Search Can Now Answer Geometry Questions
Google Search Can Now Answer Geometry Questions
by Chris Thomas on 26 March 2014 · 1530 views
Google has added yet another amazing feature to their search engine, this time in the form of a quick geometry calculator that lets you determine the perimeter, volume, area, and other attributes of virtually any type of shape. ... Read more
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