February 27, 2019
Before you look any further, you need to check the basics. If your MacBook Pro battery is not charging, verify the power cable. Inspect every inch of the cable and look for broken spots or any dark stains on its surface. If you find any damage, there is a chance it’s causing the problem.
The next thing you should do is to verify the ports for any foreign objects or debris. Dust can build up in the charging port blocking the connection, so if you find something, use a wooden object to remove it (you can use a toothpick).
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Check whether you are plugged in into the wall socket. Make sure it is turned on or try using a different socket. We know this sounds a bit basic but it’s always better to double check.
Just like apps on your MacBook can get frozen, so can the hardware that controls the charging of your notebook. That’s why when your MacBook won’t charge, try to restart it. A simple reboot can reset the hardware and fix the problem.
February 26, 2019
Apple made uninstalling most apps so easy that may not even realize you’re already doing it. Essentially, what you need to do is drag the app fromApplicationsfolder toTrash. Completely uninstalling applications on Mac can also be made simple with the help of a third party software. Despite the overall simplicity of the process some apps don’t fit the mold: built-in system apps, applications without evident shortcuts and other exceptions.
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While the drag-and-drop method covers most situations, it’s still imperfect. Some minor files are being left behind, when uninstalling the app by moving it to Trash. Usually, these files are nothing to worry about, but in the long run, your Mac fills up with unnecessary junk. In other cases, apps simply follow an entirely different uninstallation pattern. This article will cover it all.
These are just a few examples of popular file systems, and the only ones you'll really encounter as a Windows or Mac user. Which one you use depends on the drive and what you're using it for. For example, if you have an external drive you only use with Windows computers, you'll want to format it as NTFS. If you have a drive you're using with Windows PCs and Macs, ExFAT is probably the best option.
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Note that when you format a hard drive, it erases all the content on your drive, so make sure you choose the right file system before you copy your data. In some cases, it's possible to convert your drive without losing files—like converting a hard drive from FAT 32 to NTFS—but under most circumstances, the only way to change your file system is to erase the drive and format it from scratch.
February 25, 2019
To cancel taking a screenshot, press the Esc (Escape) key before clicking to capture.
To store the screenshot in the Clipboard instead of saving it to the desktop, you can press and hold the Control key while you click to capture. Or use the thumbnail or Options tochange the save location.
You can open screenshots with Preview, Safari, and other apps that can edit or view images. Preview also lets you export to a different format, such as JPEG, PDF, or TIFF.
Some apps, such as DVD Player, might not let you take screenshots of their windows.
The screenshot controls in macOS Mojave are provided by the Screenshot app, which is in the Utilities folder of your Applications folder. This app replaces the Grab app from earlier versions of macOS.
Learn how to take a screenshot on your iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
Press the Space bar. The pointer changes to a camera.
Click a window to capture that window. To exclude the window's shadow from the screenshot, press and hold the Option (⌥) key while you click.
Find the screenshot as a .png file on your desktop.
February 24, 2019
When something goes wrong on your system as a result of a bad piece of software–maybe an app you installed, or a driver that broke something important–it can be hard to fix. System Restore lets you restore your Windows installation back to its last working state.
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It does this by creating "restore points” every so often. Restore points are snapshots of your Windows system files, certain program files, registry settings, and hardware drivers. You can create a restore point at any time, though Windows automatically creates a restore point once per week. It also creates a restore pointright before a major system event, like installing a new device driver, app, or running Windows update.
Then, if something goes wrong, you can runSystem Restore and point it to a recent restore point. It will reinstate those system settings, files, and drivers, returning your underlying Windows system to that earlier state.
This can be really useful when troubleshooting certain types ofproblems. For example, if you install a device driver that makes your computer unstable, you’ll want to uninstall that driver. However, in some cases, the driver may not uninstall properly, or it may damage system files when you uninstall it. If you use System Restore and select a restore point that was created before you installed the driver, this can restore your system files to the previous state before any problem occurred.
Go to the device you want to update,right-clickon it, and chooseUpdate Driver.
The ‘Search automatically for updated driver software’option does just that: automatically updates the driver software. Windows will search for, download, and install the appropriate driver for you.
Bloodhound is a great member to have in your squad but they can also dish out damage while solo. Players who like to keep attacking will enjoy using Bloodhound in Apex Legends.
February 23, 2019
At the beginning of every match, a Hot Zone will be marked on the map by a large blue circle. Throughout this highlighted area, players will find that there is an increased chance of receiving higher tiered armor, as well as decked out weapons n that are complete with all attachments.
Given that every player in the match sees Hot Zones, you can only imagine just how intense this area can get, especially when it is close to the beginning of the flight path. If you're lucky and the zone isn't directly along the flight path, there is a much higher chance that players will just bypass the zone in favor of another area.
Hot Zones can be very risky, but if your willing to battle it out with many other players, the chances are you will be highly rewarded. If you're looking to loot in peace, the Thunderdome is going to be one of your best bets. Thunderdome has often been one of my favorite go-to areas to drop at because you will rarely ever encounter a fight during the opening minutes of the match. While the area isn't exactly massive, it will have enough loot for your entire team. Once your team is decked out and ready, Skull Town is a great option to move on as you will often find at least one team in the area - making it an ideal opportunity to launch a surprise attack on the unsuspecting players.
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February 17, 2019
To improve its accuracy, the company collects information about how you use your computer and where you go online. Most antivirus brands let you opt out of this data collection, but Panda doesn't.
Panda's continuous real-time scanner examines compressed files and blocks questionable apps from being loaded, but there's no specific defense against ransomware. The idea is that the three security screens will catch such attacks before damage is done.
If this level of protection is too intense, you can turn many of the features off or use Panda's Game mode, which blocks interruptions. Panda Free Antivirus alerts you when a USB drive or SD card is inserted, but automatic scanning is reserved for the Essential product.
February 16, 2019
If free antivirus tools are so great, why should anybody pay? For one thing, quite a few of these products are free only for noncommercial use; if you want to protect your business, you have to pony up for the paid edition. At that point, you should probably consider upgrading to a full security suite. After all, it's your business's security on the line.
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Even for personal use, most for-pay antivirus tools offer more than their free counterparts—sometimes a lot more. For example, the paid edition of adaware's antivirus adds a behavior-based detection tool, along with protection against malicious and fraudulent websites that the free version lacks. And Panda reserves quite a few features for paying customers, among them firewall protection, application control, and detection of insecure Wi-Fi connections.
In addition, many companies don't offer full-scale tech support for users of the free edition. The first time you need extra help digging a particularly stubborn piece of malware out of your system, you might regret the lack of support.
Avira's well-designed website does a good job of explaining the differences between its free and commercial products, and if you're happy with Avira Free Antivirus' specs, the product can be downloaded with a click.
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Installation is even easier. There's no messing around with custom setup options, no need to register or create an account (although that's an option, later): just agree to Avira's user license and everything is set up within a few seconds.
We tried installing Avira Free Antivirus alongside Avast Free and had no issues at all. Avira didn't demand that we remove Avast first, and the two packages didn't appear to conflict. (There is always the chance of problems when you install two security packages on the same system, but we still prefer the user to have the option to try it.)
The Avira installation isn't the lightest we've seen, with around 1.2GB of files and the addition of seven new background processes. Typical RAM requirements are reasonable at around 150MB, though, and we found no significant performance impact on our test system.
February 15, 2019
AVG AntiVirus Free has built-in defenses against email attachments and spyware but nothing specific to thwart ransomware other than standard behavioral monitoring. The SafePrice browser add-ons for Internet Explorer, Firefox and Chrome can keep you away from dodgy retail sites and just might save you a few bucks along the way, though to be fair, AVG may make a few bucks if you use it. Site-reputation monitoring is built directly into AVG AntiVirus Free, and the feature works with any browser.
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A prominent Scan button front and center lets you start scanning quickly, but the default scan is only a quick scan that examines the most common areas of infection. A more thorough scrub is available with Deep Scan, which examines every nook and cranny of your system but is three clicks from the main page of the interface.
February 14, 2019
Like most free antivirus software, Kaspersky Free is only free for noncommercial use. During installation, you create or log into your My Kaspersky account for full activation. The product also installs a toolbar for Chrome, Firefox, and Internet Explorer, providing markup for dangerous links in search results and access to the on-screen keyboard.
February 13, 2019
This product is only free for personal use. In the past, those wishing to use Avast in a business setting had to upgrade to Avast Pro Antivirus . Currently, Avast is de-emphasizing the Pro product; it didn't get an upgrade with the rest of the product line. When you try to use a Pro-only feature in the free antivirus, the product advises that you upgrade to the Avast Internet Security suite.
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During installation, Avast offers to install Google Chrome and to install the Google Toolbar in your other browsers. Unless you opt out, the toolbar makes Google your default search engine, but it doesn't take over your home page. The installer also presents a full page devoted to explaining how Avast uses your nonpersonal data, and how you can opt out if you wish.
February 09, 2019
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