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What to Do If You Forget Your Mac’s Password
31/12/2015 9:58 am by ancapdev in Computers

Can’t remember your Mac’s password? Don’t worry. With the default settings, you can simply try logging into your Mac. Fail enough times and you’ll be able to reset your password with your Apple ID. But this won’t always

Geek Trivia: The Armstrong Limit Is A Critical Consideration In Which Field?
31/12/2015 9:58 am by RDongre in Computers

The Armstrong Limit Is A Critical Consideration In Which Field?

  1. Aviation
  2. I
What is a TPM, and Why Does Windows Need One For Disk Encryption?
31/12/2015 9:58 am by Canada in Computers

BitLocker disk encryption normally requires a TPM on Windows. Microsoft’s EFS encryption can never use a TPM. The new “device encryption” feature on Windows 10 and 8.1 also requires a modern TPM, which is why it’s only enabled on new hardw

How to Enable System Restore (and Repair System Problems) on Windows 10
31/12/2015 9:58 am by Chook2330 in Computers

With Windows 10, Microsoft seems to have disabled System Restore by default — at least on some PCs. System Restore has been around since Windows ME, creating snapshots of system files you can restore if a problem occurs.

How to Enable, Disable, and PIN Protect Voice Purchasing on Your Amazon Echo
31/12/2015 9:58 am by Spasas in Computers

There’s a whole host of tricks your Amazon Echo is capable of and, among them, is a pretty neat one: you can order products right off Amazon using voice commands. Read on as we show you how to enable it, disable it, and add a PIN protection cod

How to Change the Default PDF Reader in Windows 10
31/12/2015 9:58 am by dummyadresse in Computers

Microsoft Edge is not only the default web browser in Windows 10 but also the default PDF reader. This is definitely a good thing as we can finally view PDF files without having to install third-party apps, but it’s more of a basic PDF reader.<

Geek Trivia: Under the Famous Louvre Museum You’ll Find A Laboratory Devoted To?
31/12/2015 9:58 am by kakashi_ in Computers

Under the Famous Louvre Museum You’ll Find A Laboratory Devoted To?

  1. Partic
How to Setup Your New Chromecast
31/12/2015 9:58 am by dormsbee in Computers

When we first reviewed the Chromecast back in 2013 we showed you how to set it up, but the Chromecast now comes in a sleeker, more powerful, and better designed package so we’re back with updated instructions.

How to Customize File Explorer’s Quick Access Toolbar in Windows 10
31/12/2015 9:58 am by TheStu in Computers

The Quick Access Toolbar is a small, customizable toolbar that exposes a set of commands that are specified by the application or selected by the user. It provides a lot of customization opportunities to help make the commands and actions you use most of

How to Stop Your Amazon Echo from Listening In
31/12/2015 9:58 am by SeaSerpent in Computers

The crux of Amazon’s personal voice-assistant Alexa and the companion hardware the Amazon Echo is that she’s always there listening and ready to help but that doesn’t mean that you always want Alexa listening and at the ready.

Geek Trivia: Leonard Nimoy Based The Vulcan Salute On A Symbol From Which Cultural Group?
31/12/2015 9:58 am by George Garchagudashvili in Computers

Leonard Nimoy Based The Vulcan Salute On A Symbol From Which Cultural Group?

What Stops Mobile Broadband from Experiencing ‘Interference’ Problems?
31/12/2015 9:58 am by Jarques in Computers

With the constant increase in the usage of mobile devices, what is it that helps keep mobile broadband working as smoothly as it does? Today’s SuperUser Q&A post has the answer to a curio

How to Repair Disk and File System Problems on Your Mac
31/12/2015 9:58 am by YBS1 in Computers

Modern versions of Mac OS X no longer need you to repair disk permissions. However, that’s not the only issue that can occur with a disk or file system. Mac OS X contains a variety of tools for repairing disk, partition, and file system errors.


14 Ways to Customize the Taskbar in Windows 10
31/12/2015 9:58 am by Gerle in Computers

The Windows 10 taskbar works much like previous Windows versions — it offers buttons for every application you’re running and lets you pin icons for later, and a system tray for icons. The main difference is that Windows 10 has a Cortana sea

How to Manage Collaborative Playlists in Spotify
31/12/2015 9:58 am by ShayH in Computers

Got a big party coming up, but don’t want to leave the DJ duties to just one person? Thanks to Spotify’s collaborative playlist feature, you can be sure that no matter what taste in music might suit the mood best, everyone wil

Geek Trivia: The Longest Suspension Bridge In The World Is Located In?
31/12/2015 9:58 am by Madmick in Computers

The Longest Suspension Bridge In The World Is Located In?

  1. Russia
  2. The United Stat
Why is Zip Able to Compress Single Files Better than Multiple Files with the Same Content?
31/12/2015 9:58 am by gamefreakgcb in Computers

Being able to compress our files so that it is easier to share and/or transport them can make our electronic lives much easier, but sometimes we may see odd or unexpected sizing results after

10 Ways to Open the Command Prompt in Windows 10
31/12/2015 9:58 am by vylycyn in Computers

The command prompt has been around forever, and while it might not be as useful in Windows as one would hope, it’s still a great resource to have at your disposal. Today we’re showing you all of the different ways to open the command pr

How to Make High Quality Renders of Your Minecraft Creations
31/12/2015 9:58 am by swinaz in Computers

Do you have a really cool Minecraft world, and want to show it off? If so, Chunky will take very high quality pictures of your Minecraft worlds, which will show off your creations better than a simple in-game screenshot.

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