Help Desk Geek – Page 96 – Help Desk Tips for IT Pros

How To Perform Effective Split Tests In WordPress

by File in: Wordpress

All the elements and functionality on your website have an impact on your conversion rate and user engagement. The best way to determine what is working and what is not […]

4 Ways To Tell If You’re Using 32-Bit Or 64-Bit Windows

by File in: Windows 10

Although we’re gradually transitioning into a fully 64-bit PC world, not everyone is currently running a 64-bit version of Windows. Knowing if your Windows is 32-bit or 64-bit is important […]

How To Safely Destroy An Old Hard-Drive

by File in: How-To

The age of privacy appears to be coming to an end, but that doesn’t mean you should willingly give up all your information. Yet that’s what thousands of people do […]

How To Change Your DNS Provider In Windows

by File in: Windows 10

One way to think of the Domain Name System (or DNS) is as the phone book of the internet – DNS servers tell your machine what IP address domain names […]

What’s The Best Data Recovery Software For You?

by File in: Product Reviews

Losing your data can be terrible. But if you installed a data recovery software prior to the loss, the odds are in your favor – you can get your data […]

How To Bypass a Windows Login Screen If You Have Lost Your Password

by File in: Windows 10

Typing in a password every time you want to access Windows can quickly become a bothersome chore. This annoyance is only furthered with the need to constantly change that same […]

7 Health Issues Caused by Computers and How to Prevent Them

by File in: Help Desk

Constant use of anything is going to lead to problems. Computers are no different, and it could be argued that humans spend more time on them, including smartphones, than anything […]

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

by File in: Reviews

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 […]

Laptop Plugged In, but Not Charging?

by File in: Help Desk

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 […]

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

by File in: Office Tips

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 […]