You Should Own The Best Routers 2016

Jun
28

A good setup should offer enough throughput and range performance to provide robust wireless coverage everywhere you need it, and with our picks we aim to help you achieve just that. We've gone through hundreds of expert reviews and long-term usage impressions from actual owners to bring you the best routers you can buy in five distinct categories.

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The 20 Useful Tips & Tricks will Help You Operate Microsoft Windows 8.1 Efficiently

Jun
23

With the upgrade from Windows 8 to 8.1, Microsoft has made several changes mainly to improve on certain aspects that Windows 8 has received criticism for. For starters, there’s the return of the good old Start button, ability to create a lock screen slideshow, and even support for 3D printing!

We have got for you here a list of 20 useful tips and tricks for Windows 8.1. Whether you are entirely new to or beginning to get familiar with Windows 8.1, the following list should help you get the most out of this latest offering by Microsoft.

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These 5 digital tricks you'll use over and over again

Jun
22

When it comes to all things digital, we often learn by doing or by watching someone wow us with a trick. Here are five of my favorites that are high on the functional side.

1. Stop a text from sending

It’s happened to everyone. You tap Send on a text and regret it the moment you take your finger off your iPhone. You can stop a text from sending, but you must act quickly.

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The Ways to Keep Your Digital Memories Safe

Jun
20

Do you value your digital stuff?  Others recognize its current value, but think little about what it could mean to them in the future, and either aren't aware or don't think that all of it could be destroyed tomorrow. But hard drives die all the time, and the online services into which people sink their time close with alarming regularity, taking the work of millions of people with it. Preserve your digital memories now, before it's too late.Nearly everyone is creating things with computers, and some do it without any concern for its value.

 

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In the case of computer science education to ensuring our nation's security

Jun
18

Last month, state, industry and education leaders in the United States injected a breath of fresh air into our political system. Amid escalating polarization between presidential candidates, 28 bipartisan governors and 77 leading CEOs and educators from across the country asked Congress to fund K-12 computer science education. And now bipartisan congressional leaders are getting behind this issue with over 135 Republican and Democrats coming together to ask the Appropriations Committee to prioritize K-12 computer science education funding.

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Top 10 keyboard shortcuts everyone should know

Jun
16

Using keyboard shortcuts can greatly increase your productivity, reduce repetitive strain, and help keep you focused. For example, to copy text, you can highlight text and press the Ctrl + C shortcut. The shortcut is faster than moving your hands from the keyboard, highlighting with the mouse, choosing copy from the file menu, and then returning to the keyboard.
Below are the top 10 keyboard shortcuts we recommend everyone memorize and use.

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Here are 4 ways to do things faster on your PC

Jun
15

We may take for granted that learning a computer is something that daily use alone will automatically give us, but that alone doesn’t give you the tools you need to use a computer more efficiently.

Instead, investing in a private computer tutor, showing up to lessons at a local Apple store, or picking up a book or tip from the Internet is a great idea if you want to start shaving off  seconds that amount to minutes that before you know it add up to hours.

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Pausing on the PC death march

May
12

The reports of the impending death of the PC are not greatly exaggerated. The PC is yesterday’s technology, its demise hastened by smartphones, tablets and the cloud-computing services that make large-capacity computing devices unnecessary.

But I am part of a shrinking minority, still doing most of my work on PCs. In my case, they are Linux-powered PCs, but that is not the point. I would still be a dinosaur if I used Mac OS X or Windows.

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