• I made a mess all over my keyboard when I was looking at explicit contents online, how can I clean the keyboard properly?

    My sister is about to come home, she will freak out if she realized someone was on her brand new MacBook Pro I don't want her to be able to smell it ya mean?
    My sister is about to come home, she will freak out if she realized someone was on her brand new MacBook Pro I don't want her to be able to smell it ya mean?
    6 answers · 3 hours ago
  • How do you get online?

    Best answer: You must be connected to an internet provider service. Now, you must create a connection using your settings menu for wireless and or ethernet. Now, you can click to connect the adapter in network and sharing. You can thereafter simply click on your browser icon.
    Best answer: You must be connected to an internet provider service. Now, you must create a connection using your settings menu for wireless and or ethernet. Now, you can click to connect the adapter in network and sharing. You can thereafter simply click on your browser icon.
    7 answers · 2 days ago
  • My friend s pc is beeping weirdly what do I do?

    Best answer: hey people,
    it's me, the person who was having the pc beep continuously.
    it's fine now, all i did was unplug my speakers, and it hasn't beeped since.
    if it comes back i'll tell you...
    thanks for trynna help
    bye!
    Best answer: hey people,
    it's me, the person who was having the pc beep continuously.
    it's fine now, all i did was unplug my speakers, and it hasn't beeped since.
    if it comes back i'll tell you...
    thanks for trynna help
    bye!
    6 answers · 5 days ago
  • Incognito warning, what does it mean?

    Best answer: Your employer can see all traffic on their network. I wouldn't look at porn at work - even if (like mine) your employer allows personal internet use, porn is almost certainly not allowed. Your ISP can see, but almost certainly no one's looking unless you're doing something illegal.
    Best answer: Your employer can see all traffic on their network. I wouldn't look at porn at work - even if (like mine) your employer allows personal internet use, porn is almost certainly not allowed. Your ISP can see, but almost certainly no one's looking unless you're doing something illegal.
    9 answers · 6 days ago
  • Is it possible to transfer everything from my pc to a new one?

    Best answer: yes, by connecting the hard disc drive of the old pc to the new pc and then using a cloning* program to clone all the data from the old hard drive making the new computers hard drive or ssd have the same data inlcuding all the favorites, cookies, drop downs autofill passwords etc. as the old pc.... show more
    Best answer: yes, by connecting the hard disc drive of the old pc to the new pc and then using a cloning* program to clone all the data from the old hard drive making the new computers hard drive or ssd have the same data inlcuding all the favorites, cookies, drop downs autofill passwords etc. as the old pc.
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    7 answers · 1 week ago
  • Take off parent controls?

    5 answers · 7 days ago
  • How much is a IMB computer from the 90's worth today?

    Hi. some old women was cleaning out her house and gave my husband a bunch of things including a vintage IMB computer. he figures the year is 97 or before he is fixing he has experience fixing computers he plans to sell it but. how much is something like that worth today? Thanks!
    Hi. some old women was cleaning out her house and gave my husband a bunch of things including a vintage IMB computer. he figures the year is 97 or before he is fixing he has experience fixing computers he plans to sell it but. how much is something like that worth today? Thanks!
    4 answers · 6 days ago
  • Is there a version of Windows 10 that DOESN'T look like a tablet?

    I love, love, love Windows 7, and I have put off upgrading because what I've used of Windows 10 looks absolutely gawd-awful. It's all blocky and crap. I want a working laptop that looks professional, not a bigass tablet. Even programs are changed to being called "apps" in Windows 10 and it... show more
    I love, love, love Windows 7, and I have put off upgrading because what I've used of Windows 10 looks absolutely gawd-awful. It's all blocky and crap. I want a working laptop that looks professional, not a bigass tablet. Even programs are changed to being called "apps" in Windows 10 and it cheapens it. I've seen where you can download things to resemble Windows 7, but that's almost besides the point. I want a professional laptop that doesn't look like it's for kids. Is there anything available at all?
    11 answers · 1 week ago
  • How can I have ALWAYS CAPITAL LETTERS on the keyboard labels?

    I just want a keyboard clean and elegant, without a lot of things "moving" or "change" on the keyboard buttons, it is quite disturbing. Could there be an option to: ALWAYS CAPITAL LETTERS on the keyboard labels?
    I just want a keyboard clean and elegant, without a lot of things "moving" or "change" on the keyboard buttons, it is quite disturbing. Could there be an option to: ALWAYS CAPITAL LETTERS on the keyboard labels?
    4 answers · 6 days ago
  • How can I transfer large amounts of files from one computer to another?

    Best answer: You can sign up for one of the free cloud storage accounts. The problem is that most of them that are free are not that large. Once you start searching you are going to see what I mean. You can certainly open multiple free accounts. Just keep in mind that the time necessary to copy all of those files from your... show more
    Best answer: You can sign up for one of the free cloud storage accounts. The problem is that most of them that are free are not that large. Once you start searching you are going to see what I mean. You can certainly open multiple free accounts. Just keep in mind that the time necessary to copy all of those files from your computer to the cloud storage is still going to be a fairly slow process that will be dictated by how many files there are, size of those files, the speed of your computer, speed of your internet service provider upload speed, and speed of the website you are copying to.

    Me, personally, I would buy an external hard drive and copy the files to that. You can buy an external for less than $100. You will still have the time issue of copying from one to the other, but with the magnitude of files you are talking about, you are going to have that issue no matter what type of storage you use. Plus, many of the files to which you refer can remain on the external as a permanent storage. For ex there is no need to have to copy the videos or photos, or even the music, back to the new computer hard drive as each (which is your size monster anyway) can remain stored there. So in this case you'd only have the time issue of ONCE for copying from the computer to the external and not have the issue of copying back to the hard drive.
    7 answers · 1 week ago
  • How Can I Listen to Music Without Wifi?

    8 answers · 1 week ago
  • How do I recover all of my deleted files on hard disk?

    So I changed my hard disk format because I want to transfer a folder from mac to windows. I accidentally erased all of em. Help.
    So I changed my hard disk format because I want to transfer a folder from mac to windows. I accidentally erased all of em. Help.
    4 answers · 1 week ago
  • Is it safe to start saving everything downloaded on my computer from onto DATA (D:)?

    Is it safe to start saving everything downloaded on my computer from onto DATA (D:)?

    Best answer: Normally, you can tell the system where you want particular folders of your private set of folders to be placed. For example, in File Explorer, expand the section under your user name and you should see a number of folders such as Documents, Downloads, Music, Pictures and Videos. If you right click on one of these... show more
    Best answer: Normally, you can tell the system where you want particular folders of your private set of folders to be placed. For example, in File Explorer, expand the section under your user name and you should see a number of folders such as Documents, Downloads, Music, Pictures and Videos. If you right click on one of these folders and open its Properties you should get the properties dialogue box. The image below shows the properties for my Documents folder.

    Select the Location tab, and change the location. In my case, I could replace C:\Users\Richard\Documents with D:\Documents. When you click OK, it will ask if you want the contents of the current folder moving to the new location. Normally I ask for this to happen, and the system moves all the data in the original Documents folder to the new location.

    This PC I am using today is a laptop with only a 32 GB drive, so it has no D: drive. However, on my bigger PCs, I always keep all my data on D: and leave C: for Windows and the actual programs for the applications. Periodically I make complete image backups of C: using programs such as Drive Image (there are many others). If I get a major problem with the operating system I simply restore the last image of C: and the PC is up and running again. For the files on D:, I keep copies of those files on separate removable external drives. As new files are added, I can copy those new files to the backup. This is quicker than making a complete image backup of D:.

    Since virus attacks, except for ransomeware, normally affect C: then simply being able to restore C: rather than all my data as well works very nicely.

    When setting up a PC, my normal criteria is, if the PC has less than 100 GB of storage, then I will put everything in C:. With more than 100 GB of storage, or when storage exists on more than one physical drive, then I use C: for the software and D: for data. If there are more than two physical drives, then I put a different logical drive (C:, D:, E:, etc) on different physical drives.

    My main laptop has a 480 GB drive. This is split into 100 GB for C: (with Windows and the installed applications) and the rest for D: (with all my data). Both logical drives are about half full.

    I hope this helps.
    5 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • How do I fix performance issues on my pc?

    I ran a virus/malware scan and I'm all clear in that area however the software told me I have performance issues. There's "browser data" with 376.5mb in total and "system and cache logs" with 674.7mb in total. In browser data, chrome takes up 294.9mb, Microsoft edge takes up 3.5mb,... show more
    I ran a virus/malware scan and I'm all clear in that area however the software told me I have performance issues. There's "browser data" with 376.5mb in total and "system and cache logs" with 674.7mb in total. In browser data, chrome takes up 294.9mb, Microsoft edge takes up 3.5mb, and internet explorer takes up 78.2mb. In system and cache logs, Command History is 112B, driver packages is at 3.4mb, error reporting is at 18.5kb, font cache is at 211.9kb, memory dumps are at 581.6mb, prefetch data is at 1.3mb, recent documents are at 12.8kb, system logs are at 4.6mb, and temporary files are at 83.7 mb. I really have no clue how to fix this Help
    4 answers · 2 weeks ago