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How To Clear Your Cache

Most browsers will let you control what information is stored, how long it’s kept for and who can see it. Adjust this to meet your own needs via the Privacy menu in the Tools or Internet Options section of your browser. If you’re using a public...
Author: Trey Williams
11/30/2019 1:07:53 AM



How To Replace a Motherboard

If working in a static prone environment, consider using an anti-static wrist strap or mat to keep you grounded throughout the process. Also, avoid stepping on regular rugs when working on the PC since constant movement produces static...
Author: Njuguna Eunice
12/11/2019 8:25:18 PM



Which Computers Are the Best?

What do I mean by best? My definition of best describes a computer that is fast, diligent, versatile and has a reliable storage capacity. For example, you can purchase an all-in-one desktop or an amazing PC for about $900. Moreover, many of these...
Author: Delilah Daut
12/11/2019 8:08:32 PM



How To Reinstall Windows 10

...you can avoid any potential reinstallation issues by confirming that your edition of Windows 10 is linked with your Microsoft Account. If your PC is still working enough that you can access your Settings, a full reinstallation of Windows 10 is...
Author: Trey Williams
12/11/2019 7:14:48 PM



What Is an Audio Chipset?

A chipset refers to a complex set of components in an integrated circuit. ...an audio chipset would be the circuit board located on the sound card of your computer.
Author: Collins Okoth
11/29/2019 9:22:45 PM



How Do I Get Into Windows Safe Mode?

Since the earliest releases of Windows, it was possible to access your computer’s Safe Mode by hitting the F8 (sometimes Shift + F8) key during bootup. In versions of Windows from 8.1 onwards...
Author: Trey Williams
11/29/2019 10:29:55 PM



What Is SATA 6GB/s

Hence, the third generation of SATA released in 2009 ended up being the SATA 6Gb/s because it transferred data at a speed of 6 gigabits per second. This naming process makes everything clear. SATA 6Gb/s drives are backward compatible...
Author: Collins Okoth
11/29/2019 10:57:56 PM



How Do I Destroy a Hard Drive?

The only safe way to completely destroy your hard drive is by taking it to a reputable company that will shred or incinerate it beyond all recognition and provide you with documented evidence of its demise. Don’t forget to back up any information...
Author: Trey Williams
11/29/2019 9:41:09 PM



How To Wipe a Computer Hard Drive

To save yourself from the frustrations of losing essential data, it is advisable to back up the information you want to keep. The internet offers a variety of programs for wiping computer hard drives. If you are not an expert...
Author: Njuguna Eunice
11/29/2019 11:23:01 PM



My Computer Won't Connect To the Internet but Others Will

If it’s just one device that won’t connect to the internet, then it’s more likely an issue with that device, than a problem with your internet connection or router. Make sure you’ve checked these things... 1. Move closer to the router and...
Author: Trey Williams
10/1/2019 6:41:18 PM