What’s the Difference Between Consumer and Professional Workstation Graphics Cards?

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The GPU or Graphical Processing Unit is one of the most important components in any computer. It’s the hardware component dedicated to processing the visuals produced by your computer. When you watch a video, play a game or edit photos, your GPU plays a major role in how pretty the graphics are, or how smoothly […]

Laptop Plugged In, but Not Charging?

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When your laptop’s battery level is below 20%, it’s time to get the charger and plug it in. But what if nothing happens? In this post, let’s look at what you can do when your laptop is not charging even though the charger is plugged in. This way, you won’t have to panic and start […]

Basic One-Column and Multi-Column Data Sorting in Excel Spreadsheets

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Two of Excel’s primary functions are to allow you to manipulate and view data from different perspectives, and one of the program’s more simple but powerful tools for doing so is the Sort function. Whether it’s simple ascending/descending sorts, sorting on more than one variable to display data in groups or to maintain row integrity, […]

9 Useful Things Linux Can Do that Windows Can’t

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Think Windows is the only operating system out there? Think again.  Have you heard of Linux? Linux and Windows are considered to be the world’s best-operating systems. When deciding whether to choose a Windows or Linux operating system, most people look at features such as cost, support, security, functionality, hardware compatibility, and reliability. Before deciding […]

Fix Repeating Keys With These Tips

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If you’ve ever had a repeating key, you will know how annoying it can be. Every time you have to double back to erase a duplicate “i” or “s,” you lose a little time. It may even interfere with your thought flow, killing your productivity throughout the day. The good news is that repeating keys […]

4 Ways To Edit a PDF File

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When John Warnock, co-founder of Adobe, developed the Portable Document Format (PDF), he wanted to make it easier for people to distribute documents without the need to print them. Surprisingly, it didn’t turn out to be very user-friendly. Not only were the files large in size, but the format didn’t support external hyperlinks and could […]

6 Easy Ways To Speed Up Your Ubuntu Installation

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Have you noticed your Ubuntu system’s performance has slowed down? Even though Ubuntu 18.04 (the most recent version) is a very powerful Linux distribution, over time, your installation can become sluggish. There are a variety of factors that can affect the speed of your system, including: The number of programs you have downloaded Low virtual […]

12 Things You Didn’t Know You Could Do With The Windows 10 Taskbar

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A key to quality work is a quality workspace. Organized, a place for everything and everything in its place. That’s one of the ideas behind the Windows toolbar. Let’s learn how to make the most of it. The Windows toolbar is the strip across the bottom of your screen where the Windows button is on […]

The DOS Commands Every PC User Must Memorize

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To the average Windows user, DOS commands seem like a relic of its time. However, they’re still around and are just as useful as they were years ago. To fully appreciate how powerful these commands are, we’ve compiled a list of the most helpful DOS commands. Granted, some of them are not totally useful on […]

How To Manually Set Up WordPress On a Domain

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If you have you own domain name already set up, setting up a WordPress site on it is very easy. However, there are several things you’ll need to get ready before you can install your WordPress site and start using it. This guide will walk you through everything you need to know about preparing your […]