How To Fix Your Computer Without Calling In Geeksquad

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Most of the folks who write for this site know their way around a computer intimately. From the early days of IBM compatibles running DOS all the way to modern gaming PCs and laptops, collectively we’ve done and seen nearly all of it. Which makes it easy to forget that the average PC user is […]

Is Your Keyboard & Mouse Not Working? Here’s How To Fix Them

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It’s bound to happen eventually. You’re in the middle of important work when your mouse and keyboard suddenly stop working on Windows. What do you do? Panic? Scream? Have a drink? Don’t call in a technician yet. There are a few basic steps you can take to fix the problem on your own. In this […]

4 Useful Tablet & Smartphone Benchmarking Tools

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Tablets and smartphones are quickly becoming the main daily computing device. In fact, for people who aren’t PC gamers or who don’t need to use an office suite, there are few reasons to own a laptop or PC these days. In a pinch you can even use something like the Samsung DEX and turn your […]

How To Remove EXIF Data From Your Photos

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If you make photos with any of the modern devices available out there, it is likely the device also adds extra information to those photos when they are captured and saved. This extra information, called EXIF data, usually includes the camera model, the date when the photo was taken, your geolocation data, and so on. […]

How To Use Windows Without a User Password

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If you trust the people around you, then there’s no need to protect your Windows computer with a password. Entering a Windows password on your login screen can be time-consuming. You might also not be able to log into Windows because you forgot your password. So today, let’s learn how to create a new (and […]

Everything You Need To Know About SSD Wear & Tear

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In what seems like a very sudden move, SSD technology has gone mainstream. These fast, solid-state drives are a common feature on even mid-range computers. Even the next generation of Playstation will feature an SSD instead of a more traditional hard drive. In general this is a good thing. SSDs represent a major leap in […]

How To Check Your Router For Malware

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Your router is a prime target for hackers who want to freeload off your WiFi connection or infiltrate your network. If it’s compromised, they can redirect your personal or business internet requests to malware-infected servers. However, most people don’t realize the magnitude of the problems that come with a router that has been hacked. Manufacturers […]

How To Check Your Printed Documents History On Windows 10

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There will be many instances when it is useful to know what has been printed from a certain computer. You can find out everything that you’re about to print and you will also know how to view what you’ve already printed — whether it was recent or a long time ago. You can also check […]

How To Cut Out An Object In An Image In Photoshop CC

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The best way to quickly cut out an object in an image in Photoshop CC is to use the new Select and Mask feature. I will explain how you can use this effectively and cut out images as fast as possible. If you are regularly editing images, you’ll want to know how to cut out […]

What To Do If Your Windows Mouse Suddenly Cannot Drag & Drop Files

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Using your mouse to drag and drop files helps you enormously to work faster on your computer. But what if the function suddenly stops working? What do you do then? In this post are the different solutions to the problem. These are easy and quick fixes that anyone can try out. Run a DISM Tool […]