Posts tagged "tech tips"

Building a computer or choosing parts for a computer for your work from home needs is not necessarily daunting. But it can be difficult and confusing in choosing what is best for your needs. Assuming that your work does not involve very technical stuff like web designing, web development, video editing, and the like, these…

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Computer and internet technology is awesome, until it doesn’t work the way it’s supposed to. When something goes wrong with your computer, you can curse the computer age for also producing enough computer problems that may seem to drive you crazy. Most of us know very little to fix computers, but not all computer problems…

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Whether you’re a freelancer or working with a homebased group, the luxury of working from your own house offers plenty of benefits. Increased flexibility and relaxed approach to work tasks are only just a few. However, this comfort can be a double-edged sword if you aren’t well organized, get distracted easily, or haven’t adjusted your…

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Have you ever been troubled by losing important data on PC hard drive, memory card or USB devices because you deleted them by mistake? Do you know it is possible to recover deleted files? First, let’s learn a few things pertaining to deleted files and recovery efforts. When data loss happens, first remember to stop using…

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Like any other machine, a computer is far from perfect and will slow down with age. Each time you install a program, bits of it are scattered all over your system, and the end result is a slower computer. Usually after a year or more, computers tend to feel sort of clogged up and sluggish….

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Defrag, defragging, or defragmentation is like doing general house cleaning for your computer. It picks up all of the pieces of data that are spread across your hard drive and puts them back together again. Defragmentation is important because every computer suffers from the constant growth of fragmentation and if you don’t clean house, your computer suffers. Disk fragmentation occurs when…

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Do you have an old computer that you’re thinking about replacing because it’s starting to slow down all too often? Well, there are actually much more practical alternatives. We all know how enticing the idea of simply junking it and replacing it with a brand new computer can be, but you might be better off…

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