When experiencing computer issues, you don't have to get professional help right away. The solution could be simple enough for you to fix it by yourself. Below are the ten most common computer problems I've encountered as well as their solutions. Try them and you'll not only potentially save some money, buy you may also learn something new and expand your technical skills.
The world has modernized in a very fast pace. Many scientists in the electronics industry continue to improve gadgets that can help humanity in accomplishing daily work. From push buttons, screen taps, and voice commands, these technological devices just keep getting better and better.
Intel’s recent ultrabook draft requires manufacturers to implement some version of their own proprietary “Wireless Display” standard across new lines. A competitor to technologies such as Apple’s AirPlay and Microsoft’s SmartGlass display broadcasting firmware, WiDi seeks to eradicate cables and pave the way for an instant-streaming future. Here, we’ll use Intel’s latest and greatest to explain how to connect a laptop to a TV supporting WiDi. Image copyright by Intel. What do you need? First up, WiDi has some pretty demanding hardware specs. Not to worry, though: any modern laptop, ultrabook or tablet should support most of the required technologies (excepting anything running Windows RT). You’ll need a third generation…
In 2007 a new kind of computer arrived on the scene: The netbook. The netbook was small compared to most other laptops on the market. They eschewed pricier components such as optical drives and focused instead upon portability and the ability to do simple tasks.
Mainframe computers offer specialised functions and are therefore favoured by a variety of organisations. It is similarly important for some businesses to be able to access their old mainframe programs, even if they now use new or different programs.