Have a look at some of our most popular FAQ’s and Answeres/Solutions.

Google is all about how you type in your query! Just like a Swiss army knife, Google has a lot of great hidden features once you get to know them, including:

A calculator
A dictionary
A glossary
An automatic unit converter
A resource for common facts (population, famous dates, etc.)
A resource for Mathematical constants (Pi, speed of light, etc)
A resource for Weather reports, flight status and Airport conditions
A resource for packages through UPS, FedEx, and USPS
A resource for Stock Quotes

  • I know this if off topic but I’m looking into starting my own weblog and was wondering what all is needed to get set up? I’m assuming having a blog like yours would cost a pretty penny? I’m not very internet savvy so I’m not 100 certain. Any tips or advice would be greatly appreciated. Many thanks

  • Comment on this FAQ

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

    Cookies are small files that websites put on your computer hard disk drive when you first visit. Think of a cookie as an identification card that’s uniquely yours. Its job is to notify the site when you’ve returned. Cookies shouldn’t be confused with viruses. While it is possible to misuse a cookie in cases where there is personal data in it, cookies by themselves are not malicious.

    Many websites, including Microsoft’s, use cookies. Cookies tell us how often you visit pages, which helps us find out what information interests you. In this way, we can give you more of the content you like and less of the content you don’t.

    Cookies can help you be more efficient. Have you ever put something in a virtual shopping cart in an online store and then returned a few days later to find that the item is still there? That’s an example of cookies at work.

    Cookies let you store preferences and user names, register products and services, and personalize pages.

    But if you never register or leave personal information at a site, then the server only knows that someone with your cookie has returned to the website. It doesn’t know anything else. You’re in charge of deciding whether “they” know anything about you.

    Comment on this FAQ

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

    Verify that your computer is able to see the Internet and/or other computers to ensure that your computer is not encountering a connection issue, which would be causing your e-mail issue. Ensure that your Internet e-mail server or your Network e-mail server is not encountering issues by contacting either your Internet Service Provider or your Network administrator.

    Tags: Email, PC, Windows

    Comment on this FAQ

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

    Double click the recycle bin icon on your desktop, here you will see all of the files within your bin. Select the files you wish to recover, right click and choose restore.

    Comment on this FAQ

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

    First check the computer’s power cord to make sure it is completely plugged into the wall socket. If you are using a plug strip, make sure it is completely plugged into the wall socket and that the power switch on the plug strip is turned on. Some plug strips also have a built in circuit breaker which usually looks like a black or red button near the power switch. Press the button to reset it and see if that solves the problem.

    For a laptop, please ensure your laptops battery is correctly inserted, please also ensure there is charge on the battery. Alternatively connect your charger to the wall plug and connect it to your laptop, check to see if the charger indicator light is illuminated (this will verify if the charger is working or not)

    Tags: Laptop, PC

    Comment on this FAQ

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

    Ever wonder why your computer warns you about ejecting those USB drives before you remove them? It’s because computers use something called write caching to improve performance: if you copy something to your drive, it’ll tell you it’s completed the task, but it’s actually waiting until it has a few other tasks to perform so it can do them all at once. Efficient, right? When you press eject, your PC finishes anything in the queue to make sure you don’t incur any data loss. Windows does a better job of avoiding problems than OS X and Linux, but we recommend ejecting all your drives anywayIt’s small price to pay for keeping your data safe.

    Tags: Laptop, PC, USB

    Comment on this FAQ

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

    You’ve probably heard some people say you should drain your battery completely before charging it, or that you should keep it between 40% and 80% all the time to make it last longer. Most of these rules are outdated, applying to older nickel-based batteries. Luckily, most or all of your gadgets these days run on Lithium Ion batteries, which are easy to take care of. They last longer when you perform shallow discharges, keep them cool, and don’t leave them plugged in while they’re running at 100%.

    Tag: Laptops

    Comment on this FAQ

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

    Windows 10 is designed to be compatible with the vast majority of Windows 7 and Windows 8/8.1 devices — so your device is most likely compatible.

    For details on your specific device and apps, you can use Get Windows 10 app to do a compatibility check. Click the menu in the upper left of the app and select “Check your PC” or “Your PC is good to go.” This displays any compatibility issues we find and recommends a resolution. While we don’t have info on every app or device in existence, it provides a comprehensive list of all known potential compatibility issues.

    Some Windows 10 features will require advanced hardware and not all features and services are available on every device, nor in every market. For instance, Cortana is not available in all markets.

    Comment on this FAQ

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

    Processor: 1 gigahertz (GHz) or faster
    RAM: 1 gigabyte (GB) (32-bit) or 2 GB (64-bit)
    Free hard disk space: 16 GB (32-bit) or 20GB (64-bit)
    Graphics card: Microsoft DirectX 9 graphics device with WDDM driver A Microsoft account and Internet access

    Comment on this FAQ

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

    The advantage of sleep is that it takes only seconds to restore your computer to where you left off and uses a very small amount of electricity. Also, you don’t need to restart programs or reopen files like you do if you shut down the computer.

    There are times when you must shut down your computer fully—for example, when you install new hardware or when you need to unplug a desktop computer.

    Tag: PC

    Comment on this FAQ

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

    Load More