How to Increase Dedicated Video RAM in Windows 10

Seeing errors related to video RAM on your Windows PC? Struggling to run graphic-intensive programs like video editors and new video games? You may need more video RAM.But what even is that, and how can you increase it? We’ll share everything you need to know about video RAM, so read on! What Is Video RAM Stands for "Video Random Access Memory" and is pronounced "V-RAM." System RAM is great ...
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4 New Ways to Customize in Firefox Quantum

Firefox’s completely revamped version, Firefox Quantum, has arrived. This new age of Firefox brings speed improvements, a fresh new look, and less resource usage. https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=2&v=n6wiRyKkmKcIf you’ve just upgraded to Quantum, you should know a few quick ways to customize your browser. These either weren’t in older versions of Firefox or have cha...
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Solve File Upload Errors in Google Drive With These Quick Solutions

Google Drive is an online and offline file syncing service, but what happens when the syncing stops working? It’s not uncommon to have problems with Google Drive. From checking your network connection, disabling your firewall, or reconnecting your account, hopefully one of our tips below will solve your problem. If you have your own advice to share, please share it with us in the comments! Gene...
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How to Set Up TeamViewer Software to Access Your PC From Anywhere

What is Teamviewer?TeamViewer (TeamViewer 6) is a popular piece of  software used for Internet-based remote access and support. TeamViewer softwarecan connect to any PC or server, so you can remote control your partner's PC as if you were sitting right in front of it. For the remote session to work the partner has to start a small application, which does not require installation or administrat...
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How to Remotely Access Files on Windows 10 From Anywhere

There are many ways to remotely access your computer when you’re away from home.Having remote access to your computer or files from anywhere means you never have to worry again about forgetting an important file. You can travel lightly and also do business from just about anywhere you have an Internet connection. Here are several ways to access your files from the road ... and even remotely co...
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Privacy Matters! 5 Apps That Keep Your Data Safe and Private

If you are serious about protecting your privacy, you need to use the right apps to do it. You can’t rely on the Microsofts and Apples of the world. Switch to one of these apps guaranteed to keep your data safe from spies. A lot of apps are snooping on what you are doing. Google is known to read your mails, and some cloud storage providers even delete files that they think might be illegal. As fo...
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Firefox Quantum Arrives to Challenge Google Chrome

Did you ditch Firefox a while ago after feeling that it was slowing down compared to rival browsers like Chrome? Mozilla is determined to win you back. As promised, it just released Firefox Quantum (aka Firefox 57) -- and it promises to be much faster than you're used to. The company claims its newest browser is over twice as fast as the version from 6 months ago thanks to both a new, mu...
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Windows Media Player Disappeared? Get It Back!

Microsoft isn’t quite as bad as Google when it comes to trashing much-loved apps, features, and services, but lately the company seems to be moving in that direction. In 2017, we saw the demise of Microsoft Live Essentials and the first hints that Microsoft Paint might be coming to an end. Now, with the release of the Fall Creators Update, Windows Media Player has fallen by the wayside. It goes m...
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How to Show Hidden Files in Windows 10 and Previous

By default, Microsoft Windows 10 hides certain files from view when you explore them on your hard drive. This protects important files from being deleted so that the system isn’t damaged. If you’re the geeky type, you’ll want to be able to view all files all the time. Follow these steps to show hidden files.The hidden AppData/Roaming folder holds tons of app-settings files you might want to mo...
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6 Safety Tips to Protect Your Kids From Catfishing and Other Online Threats

Your kids are old enough to go online. You’ve kept a close eye on things so far, and you’re still using the parental controls, but some free time is required. The homework is all done, and just like their friends, your offspring want to hit a social network.Well, just hold it there. There are several threats to children going online for the first time, supervised or otherwise.Before you le...
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