I first found Linux very early in my journey with computers. It all started with me buying a Compaq Prolinea 486 DX25 from a customer at work sometime in 1999. It was in bits in a box and it came with a copy of Red Hat 5,2 on CD – I still have that CD.
Even the most powerful Windows computers, laptops, tablets and the home Pc can be seen to perform really badly, very sluggish. As it is Windows 10 comes with a bunch of apps that are allowed to run in the background and these can be safely turned off, for some reason Microsoft seems to think we
EM Client is a great choice to replace outlook if you don’t want to purchase Microsoft Office. Activation should be straightforward, here is a breakdown. First go to the EM Client registration page HERE. Once registered your license number will be shown on the page and also emailed to you. Here are screenshots of how
Good capacitors in the left picture, blown and leaking ones in the middle and a mixture of them on the right. Even one blown or bulging capacitor wont be good for your system, causing bad performance. These can be replaced by an electronic engineer.
I recently came accross this problem and this is the solution I found. Go to the App Store and install the HP ePrint app When you start the app registration is optional. You will also need to grant permission for it to access your photos etc. Once done you can go to photos via this
There’s nothing worse than your printer deciding it won’t work. The humble, home, multifunctional printer has become very cheap and is rarely worth spending money on it to get it fixed. However there are occasions where an easy fix is at hand and I will share here the fixed I have used over the years.
Have you ever wished you could do this? If you like to use webmail, and by that I mean logging into your email from a web browser such as Firefox, Google Chrome, Internet Explorer or Microsoft Edge then you may have noticed just how frustrating it is to start a new tab to log into