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How Do You Take A Screenshot in Windows 10

Taking screenshots is one of those things that you either do all the time, or never at all. But with IT departments becoming ever more remote and online information prone to becoming out of date or disappearing so quickly, being able to save a perman
Author: Trey Williams
10/1/2019 6:42:16 PM



What Is a Processor Core

The processor core is the part of the CPU that does the actual processing. It’s the brain of your computer and is responsible for making everything happen. Originally, processors only had one core so there was no reason to differentiate between the t
Author: Trey Williams
10/16/2019 10:16:22 AM



How Do I Download or Save a YouTube Video to My Computer?

There are third-party apps, browser extensions, websites of all kinds are available to help you download your favorite videos. These features allow you to keep downloaded items offline for as long as you want. Moreover, most of them are free!
Author: Delilah Daut
1/15/2020 11:36:30 PM



How Do I Know If I Have a Virus on My Laptop or Desktop Computer

The symptoms of a virus will depend on what that virus has been designed to do, but there are also certain things to look out for that are typical of this type of malware. -Noticeably slower or poorer performance -Browser redirections and un...
Author: Trey Williams
10/1/2019 6:39:12 PM



What Is a Computer Processor Thread

The Central Processing Unit (CPU) is usually referred to as the “brain” of your computer. It sits on the motherboard - the main circuit board - with the other physical components of your computer such as the Graphics Card and Random Access Memory (RA
Author: Trey Williams
9/26/2019 8:04:35 PM



What Is WAN/LAN?

WAN stands for wide area network, and LAN stands for local area network. These two types of networks allow two or more computers to connect to each other. LANs are used for more localized and smaller networking while WANs cover wider areas.
Author: Ian Musyoka
1/16/2020 12:54:28 AM



How To Understand Thermal Design Power (TDP)

TDP (Thermal Design Power) describes the amount of heat a component can dissipate. ...it is a measure of the expected amount of heat the CPU or GPU can give off under heavy use expressed in terms of watts.
Author: Emman Jemuel Velos
10/21/2019 8:33:02 PM



Quantum Computers Explained Simply

Unlike a typical Turing machine that could only perform one calculation at a time, a quantum version of the same machine can perform several calculations simultaneously. This feature makes quantum computers incredibly fast compared to regular comp...
Author: Collins Okoth
12/27/2019 2:05:23 PM



Optimizing RAM with Multi-Channel Support

The technology used in the manufacture of RAM sticks today is a far cry from what it was during the early years of the modern computer. These have increased the amount of data that can be stored while also increasing speed of access.
Author: Emman Jemuel Velos
12/24/2019 10:44:47 AM



Password Protecting Folders and Files

Depending on what device and operating system you’re using, there are various ways to password protect and/or encrypt the files you want to keep private. MS Office makes it really easy to add a password...
Author: Trey Williams
11/30/2019 1:27:02 AM