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  1. The Electronic Numerical Integrator and Computer (ENIC) is the first programmable general-purpose electronic digital computer built during World War II under a contract to the US Army by the School of Electrical Engineering at the University of Pennsylvania; the team lead by American physicist John Mauchly and American electrical engineer J. Presper Eckert, Jr.
  2. The US-built ENIAC (Electronic Numerical Integrator and Computer) was the first electronic programmable computer built in the US. ENIAC, which had full operation in 1945, was huge, weighing 30 tons, using 200 kilowatts of electric power and contained over 18,000 vacuum tubes, 1,500 relays, and hundreds of thousands of resistors, capacitors, and inductors.
  3. Reducing LCD brightness level, unplugging unneeded devices, turning off Bluetooth, shutting down or hibernate the laptop rather than using standby, and/or effectively setting the power management on the laptop can increase life of the laptop's battery
  4. DDR4 SDRAM (Double Data Rate Fourth-generation Synchronous Dynamic Random-Access Memory) is a type of SDRAM with a high bandwidth ("double data rate") interface. Released to the market in 2014, it is one of the latest variants of dynamic random-access memory (DRAM). DDR4 is the same width as DDR3, but is slightly taller by about .9mm. DDR4 uses 288 pins and runs at 1.2V with low power modules expected to run at just 1.05V while DDR3 uses 240 pins and runs at 1.5V with low power modules running at 1.35V. Lower voltage components simply run cooler than their higher voltage counterparts and are generally more reliable. Moreover, the DDR4 standard allows for DIMMs of up to 64 GiB in capacity, compared to DDR3's maximum of 16 GiB per DIMM.
  5. DDR3 SDRAM is not backward-compatible with DDR2 SDRAM
  6. Only around 1% of the world's PCs are running hardware that can support virtual reality (VR) (e.g.; sight and sound) headsets.
  7. In the case of the original Apple Macintosh computer there are 47 signatures of members of Apple's Macintosh Division, which built the first Apple Macintosh computer in 1982.
  8. Iomega, founded in 1980, made the first Zip Drive with 100MB capacity, a huge improvement over the 1.44MB limitation of floppy disks in 1994.
  9. The Pentium microprocessor, released on March 22, 1993, was the fifth generation of the ‘x86’ line of microprocessors from Intel, the basis for the IBM PC and its clones.
  10. Linux, a Unix-like and POSIX-compliant computer operating system assembled under the model of free and open source software development and distribution, was designed and released by Finnish university student Linus Torvalds in October 1991.
  11. A computer virus is a malware program that, when executed, replicates by inserting copies of itself (possibly modified) into other computer programs, data files, or the boot sector of the hard drive; when this replication succeeds, the affected areas are then said to be "infected". There are about 200 new computer viruses released every day.
  12. Pretty Good Privacy (PGP), is an e-mail encryption program created by Phil Zimmermann in 1991 while working at PKWARE, Inc, as a tool for people to protect themselves from intrusive governments around the world. 
  13. The first portable 1-GB hard disk, made in 1980, weighed about 550 pounds, and was sold at $40,000 each.
  14. IBM 5120 made in 1980 was the heaviest desktop computer with a weight about 105 lbs and a 130 lbs external floppy drive.
  15. The first portable hard drive was created in 1979, and it could hold just 5MB of data.
  16. Floppy disks in the late 1970s were 8 inches in diameter.
  17. In 1961 IBM introduced the model 1311 disk drive, which was about the size of a washing machine and stored two million characters on a removable disk pack
  18. Over 300 million inkjet cartridges and 70 million laser cartridges are sold in the U.S. annually.
  19. Approximately 1.3 billion inkjet cartridges are used around the world annually and less than 30 percent are currently being recycled. Each year over 350 million cartridges are thrown out to landfills.
  20. The Intel first microprocessor was Intel 4004, which was designed for a calculator, contained only 2300 transistors and worked at a clock rate of 740 kHz. The Intel Sandy Bridge-E, one of the latest microprocessors from Intel, contains 2270 million transistors!
  21. Apple Lisa was the first personal computer that offered a graphical user interface and a mouse. It was sold around $10,000 during the early 1980.
  22. The Apple II is an 8-bit home computer, one of the first highly successful mass-produced microcomputer products It had a hard drive of only 5 megabytes when it was launched.
  23. Apple Macintosh Portable, the first battery-powered portable Macintosh personal computer, was released on September 20, 1989, weighs 16 pounds and had a 16MHz processor
  24. The first "IBM" personal computer that run on batteries was the IBM PC Convertible released in 1986.
  25. The world's first computer, called the Z1, which contained almost all parts of a modern computer, i.e. control unit, memory, micro sequences, floating-point logic and input-output devices, was invented by Konrad Zuse in 1936. His Z2 and Z3 were follow-ups based on many of the same ideas as the Z1.
  26. Konrad Zuse, an inventor and computer pioneer, created the world's first programmable computer, the functional program-controlled Turing-complete Z3 became operational in May 1941.
  27. The first IBM PC was introduced on August 12, 1981; pricing started at $1,565 for a configuration without disk drives and a color-graphics adapter.
  28. Graphical user interface, Computer mouse, laser printing, and the network card were all developed by Xerox located in Palo Alto, CA
  29. Douglas Carl Engelbart is best known for his work on the challenges of human–computer interaction, particularly while at his Augmentation Research Center Lab in SRI International, resulting in the invention of the computer mouse in 1964, and the development of hypertext, networked computers, and precursors to graphical user interfaces.
  30. The first electronic digital calculating device used about 300 vacuum tubes, with capacitors fixed in a mechanically rotating drum for memory.
  31. The bipolar transistor was invented in 1947
  32. Alan Turing was the first to conceptualize the modern computer, a device that became known as the
  33. Universal Turing machine.
  34. Charles Babbage is a mathematician, philosopher, inventor and mechanical engineer, he is best remembered for originating the concept of a digital programmable computer in 1833.
  35. The electronic computers developed around the 1940’s had the size of a large room and consumed huge amounts of electricity.
  36. Hewlett Packard, one of the world's leading computer and computer peripheral manufacturer, was first started in a garage at Palo Alto, CA, in the year 1939.
  37. Computers are programmed to carry out instructions required adding numbers together, and moving data from one place to another etc.
  38. David Bradley is credited for implementing the "Control-Alt-Delete" key combination that was used to reboot the computer.

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  1. How to Use the "Mouse Without Borders" and "Peek" Features in PowerToys
  2. How to Use Snap Assist in Windows 11
  3. How to Use Quick Assist in Windows 11
  4. How to Use Quick Assist on Windows 11 (video)
  5. How to Use Focus Assist in Windows 11
  6. How to Use Quick Assist in Windows 10
  7. How to Use Python
  8. How to Use Bluetooth on Your PC.
  9. How to Use Immersive Reader in Microsoft Edge
  10. How to Use a SSD Hdd to Replace the DVD Drive
  11. How to Use Function Keys on Your Keyboard
  12. How to Use the Multi-Display Function on Windows 10.
  13. How to Learn Python
  14. How to Learn Python the Easy Way
  15. How to Get Started With Python
  16. How to Get More Organized Using Microsoft Edge
  17. How to Get More Storage on a Laptop.
  18. How to Get more Computer Space and Clean Up C Drive. (video)
  19. How to Build a Gaming PC | Intel
  20. How to Build a Gaming PC
  21. How to Build a Gaming PC for Beginners
  22. How to Fix Quick Assist Not Working on Windows 11/10
  23. How to Fix Windows 10 Black Screen with Cursor After Login: 1 - 2 - 3 - 4. (video)
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  25. How to Fix a Corrupted External Hard Drive
  26. How to Fix a Corrupted Hard Drive Fast
  27. How to Fix a Corrupted External Hard Drive without Formatting
  28. How to Fix a Laptop that Won’t Turn on | HP
  29. How to Fix a Laptop that Won't Turn on
  30. How to Fix a Laptop Battery That’s Not Charging
  31. How to Fix It When Your Windows 10 Laptop Battery Is Not Charging
  32. How to Fix a Computer that Shows No Sign of Power.
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  35. How to Fix “Hard Drive Not Detected” on Windows 10.
  36. How to Fix Black Screen on Second Monitor
  37. How to Fix Loose USB Cable
  38. How to Fix the “Nvidia Display Settings Are Not Available” Error on the Nvidia Control Panel for Windows
  39. How to Fix CCleaner Botnet Infection
  40. How to Fix MalwareBytes “Unable To Connect” Error
  41. How to Fix a DVD or CD Drive Not Working or Missing in Windows 10
  42. How to Fix the "This Computer Doesn’t Meet Minimum Requirements" Intel HD Graphics Error
  43. How to Install Microsoft Quick Assist On Windows 11 (video)
  44. How to Install Windows 10 from a DVD, ISO File or a USB Drive
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  47. How to Install Windows 10 on PC or Laptop (Complete Guide). (video)
  48. How to Install Windows 10 via USB or DVD
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  50. How to Install Windows 10 on a New Hard Drive (with Pictures)
  51. How to Install New RAM (Memory) in a PC
  52. How to Install a New Processor (with Pictures)
  53. How to Install Memory in an iMac
  54. How to Install or Remove Memory in MacBook Pro
  55. How to Install a New Router
  56. How to Install an SSD (video)
  57. How to Install a New Hard Drive
  58. How to Install a Hard Drive | iFixit
  59. How to Install a Hard Drive (with Pictures)
  60. How to Install and Activate a Second Hard Drive in Windows. (video)
  61. How to Install a Second Internal Hard Drive on Your Windows 10 Device.
  62. How to Install a Second Hard Drive in Your Laptop.
  63. How to Install a New Hard Drive in Your Desktop PC.
  64. How to Physically Install a Second Internal Hard Drive.
  65. How to Add RAM (with Pictures)
  66. How to Add a Hard Drive to Windows 10.
  67. How to Add More Gigabytes to My Computer
  68. How to Add a Second Internal Drive to Your Computer.
  69. How to Add Bluetooth to Your Computer.
  70. How to Add Bluetooth to Your PC.
  71. How to Add a PIN to Your Account in Windows 10
  72. How to Add Your Email Account to Windows 10
  73. How to Add a YouTube Video to Your Web Site
  74. How to Add More Ethernet Ports to Your Router
  75. How to Add a Printer in Windows 10
  76. How to Add a Network or Wireless Printer to a Windows 10 Laptop
  77. How to Make Windows 10 Run Faster
  78. How to Make Your Computer Run Faster
  79. How to Speed Up Your PC
  80. How to Speed up a Slow Laptop or PC
  81. How to Speed up Windows 10
  82. How to Speed up Your Windows 10 Computer in 7 Easy Ways
  83. How to Successfully Speed up a Processor
  84. How to Replace the Optical Drive in a Unibody MacBook Pro
  85. How to Replace MacBook Pro Optical Drive with SSD
  86. How to Replace Your Optical Drive with a 2nd HDD/SSD
  87. How to Replace the Processor in a Desktop Computer
  88. How to Replace Your Laptop Battery
  89. How to Replace Battery in a MacBook
  90. How to Replace the Internal Battery in a Laptop Computer
  91. How to Upgrade RAM in a Desktop
  92. How to Upgrade the RAM (Memory) on a Laptop
  93. How to Upgrade the DDR RAM (Memory) for HP EliteBook 2540p (video)
  94. How to Upgrade the Memory in a PC
  95. How to Upgrade or Replace RAM in a PC
  96. How to Upgrade a Processor (with Pictures)
  97. How to Upgrade RAM in a PC
  98. How to Upgrade RAM in a Mac
  99. How to Upgrade RAM on a Mac
  100. How to Upgrade Mac Pro Optical Drive
  101. How to Upgrade to Windows 10 from Windows 7 or 8 on Laptop
  102. How to Upgrade Your Laptop DVD Drive for a HDD or SSD
  103. How to Repair Your Laptop's Battery
  104. How to Repair a Laptop Computer
  105. How to Repair a Computer
  106. How to Repair Corrupted Hard Disk Without Formatting
  107. How to Repair Corrupted External Hard Drive Without Losing any Data
  108. How to Repair Error Messages Display on a Blue Screen (Windows 10) on a HP Computer
  109. How to Troubleshoot and Fix Windows 10 Blue Screen Errors
  110. How to Troubleshoot Blue Screen or STOP Error Code on a Dell Computer
  111. How to Fix a Blue Screen of Death (BSOD)
  112. How to Set Up a Wireless Router
  113. How to Set Up a Wireless Router (with Pictures)
  114. How to Set Up and Configure your Home Router
  115. How to Set Up and Install a NETGEAR Router
  116. How to Set Up and Optimize Your Wireless Router for the Best WiFi Performance
  117. How to Set Up a Bluetooth Audio Device to Work with a Mac.
  118. How to Set Up Bluetooth on Your Mac.
  119. How to Set Up and Use Surface Headphones
  120. How to Set Up Email on Windows 10 Mail
  121. How to Set Up and Customize Email Accounts in Windows 10
  122. How to Set Up Email in the Mail App for Windows 10
  123. How to Set Up Outlook in Windows 10 Desktop
  124. How to Set Up and Customize Email Accounts in Windows 10
  125. How to Set Up a Second Wireless Router to Improve WiFi Coverage Area. (video)
  126. How to Set Up PIN Code in Windows 10
  127. How to Set a Windows 10 Pin Code (video)
  128. How to Set an Account Pin on Your Windows 10 Laptop
  129. How to Set or Reset a Windows Administrator Password
  130. How to Reset Windows 10 Admin Password Using Command Prompt
  131. How to Access Your Wi-Fi Router's Settings
  132. How to Access Your TP-Link Wi-Fi Router’s Settings | Home Network Community
  133. How to Change a Computer Hard Drive Disk - 13 Steps (with Pictures)
  134. How to Change Your Router Settings (Login, IP, Channel, etc.)
  135. How to Connect a Printer to an Computer
  136. How to Connect a Wireless Printer
  137. How to Connect a Wireless Printer | PCMag
  138. How to Connect a Wi-Fi or Bluetooth Printer
  139. How to Connect a Wireless Printer to a Desktop Computer
  140. How to Connect a Wireless Printer in Windows 10
  141. How to Connect Two Wireless Routers Together: Video 1 - Video 2
  142. How to Connect Two Routers on One Home Network Behind a DSL Modem (video)
  143. How to Connect a Router to a Router. (video)
  144. How to Choose a New PC
  145. How to Choose a Computer | Microsoft
  146. How to Choose a Computer | Digital Trends
  147. How to Choose a Computer | Dummies
  148. How to Choose a Desktop PC
  149. How to Choose the Right PC
  150. How to Choose the Right Laptop for You
  151. How to Choose a Laptop
  152. How to Choose a Computer Monitor | Consumer Reports
  153. How to Choose the Best Computer Monitor
  154. How to Choose the Right Monitor for Your Computer
  155. How to Choose a Monitor for Photo Editing
  156. How to Choose a Monitor for Your Desk at Home
  157. How to Choose a Monitor for Personal Use
  158. How to Choose: Gaming Laptop Vs. Gaming Desktop | Intel
  159. How to Choose a Hard Drive?
  160. How to Pick the Right Monitor for Your PC
  161. How to Pick the Best Laptop for Your Needs
  162. How to Buy a PC Monitor
  163. How to Buy a Laptop | Best Buy
  164. How to Buy a Monitor
  165. How to Buy a Monitor - What to Look for and What to Expect Price
  166. How to Buy a Computer Mouse
  167. How to Buy the Best Desktop Computer for Your Needs
  168. How to Buy and Find the Best Cheap Laptop Computer Deals
  169. How to Buy a Used Computer
  170. How to Format a Hard Drive in Windows 7
  171. How to Format an External Hard Drive for Windows 10
  172. How to Format New Hard Drive on Windows 10
  173. How to Format a New HDD or SSD on Windows 10. (video)
  174. How to Format a Solid State Drive (SSD)
  175. How to Format a Hard Drive.
  176. How to Format or Partition an External Hard Drive for Mac.
  177. How to Quickly Format an SSD in Windows 7/8/10
  178. How to Partition and Format a Hard Drive in Windows.
  179. How to Troubleshoot the Laptop that Just Won't Start.
  180. How to Troubleshoot Power Issues on a Dell Laptop
  181. How to Erase and Format a Hard Drive.
  182. How to Erase a Hard Drive and Start Over.
  183. How to Free Up Disk Space on Your Computer
  184. How to Free Up More Space in Windows PC
  185. How to Connect a Bluetooth Device in Windows.
  186. How to Connect a Bluetooth Device with a Mac.
  187. How to Increase Battery Life of Laptop (2022)
  188. How to Increase Your Laptops Battery Life
  189. How to Increase a Laptop's Storage Space.
  190. How to Create or Modify a Partition in Microsoft Windows for Dell Computers
  191. How to Create or Remove a PIN in Windows 10
  192. How to Calibrate Laptop Battery for Windows 10
  193. How to Calibrate a New Laptop Battery
  194. How to Calibrate Dell Laptop Battery for Accurate Battery Life Estimate
  195. How to Recalibrate the Battery in Your Windows 10 Laptop
  196. How to Improve Laptop Battery Life
  197. How to Improve the Performance of a Dell Laptop Battery
  198. How to Perform an HP Laptop Battery Replacement
  199. How to Perform a Clean Install or Reinstall of Windows 10
  200. How to Clean up Your Windows Computer Hard Drive
  201. How to Clean Install Windows 10 and Create Boot Media
  202. How to Quickly and Cheaply Upgrade a Laptop or Tablet's Storage
  203. How to Recover External Hard Drive Without Formatting
  204. How to Take Screenshots in Windows 10
  205. How to Change the PIN in Windows 10
  206. How to Log in to Windows 10 Using a PIN instead of My Password
  207. How to Unlock Windows 10 with a PIN Code Instead of a Password
  208. How to Do a Clean Installation of Windows 10
  209. How to Select a Computer
  210. How to Protect Your Privacy in Chrome
  211. How to Treat your Child's Video Game Addiction
  212. How to Start Building Video Games
  213. How to Know When It's Time to Replace Your Laptop's Battery
  214. How to Remove the Battery from a Laptop Computer
  215. How to Swap Your iMac, Mac mini or MacBook CD/DVD
  216. How to Defer Windows Fall Creators Update
  217. How to Keep Computer Screens from Destroying Eyes
  218. How to Configure Outlook 2010: 13 Steps (with Pictures)
  219. How to Play DVDs in Windows 10 for Free
  220. How to Swap Your Laptop DVD Drive for an SSD or Hard Disk
  221. How to Transfer Fonts in Word
  222. How to Prevent Straggling Headings in Word
  223. How to Continue Numbering in Word Documents
  224. How to Change Style Gallery in Word
  225. How to Engrave Text in Your Word Documents
  226. How to Edit Hyperlink In MS Office
  227. How to Quickly Print Without Opening in Excel
  228. How to Copy VHS Movies to DVD
  229. How to Care for Your Laptop's Battery and Extend Its Life
  230. How to Find Administrator Password Windows 10
  231. How to Find Hard Disk Sector Size in Windows
  232. How to Survive a Hard Disk Failure
  233. How to Show Administrator Password Using CMD on Windows 10/8/7
  234. How to Start Programming in Python
  235. How to Code Snippets for HTML, CSS and JavaScript.
  236. How to Overclock Your CPU & Boost PC Performance
  237. How to Save Money on Your Next Laptop
  238. How to Turn on Bluetooth on Your Mac and Pair New Devices.
  239. How to Optimize Windows 10 for Better Performance.
  240. How to Screenshot on HP Laptop or Desktop Computers
  241. How to Control Devices Connected to Your WiFi to Ensure Privacy
  242. How to Enter BIOS Setup on Windows PCs
  243. How to Enable or Disable Quick Access Feature in Windows 11
  244. How to Make Windows 11 Faster for Good Performance
  245. How the World's First Computer Was Rescued From the Scrap Heap
  246. How We Test Desktop PCs
  247. How Computers Evolved.
  248. How Microprocessors Work.
  249. How Does a Computer Work?.
  250. How Do Computers Work?.
  251. How Do Computers Actually Work?.
  252. How Do I Fix a Laptop that Won't Turn On?.
  253. How PCs Work
  254. How the OS Has Changed Over Time
  255. How Mainframes Have Changed Over the Years.
  256. How Super High-Def Displays Change Everything.
  257. How Is Your PC Behaving?
  258. How Virtual Reality Works.
  259. How Google Is Leading the Way to a Voice-Activated Future.
  260. How Humble USB Turned Engineer Into Tech 'Rock Star'.
  261. How Apple Could Have Built a Cheaper iPhone 5C.
  262. How Microsoft Is Cutting Through the Noise to Create a More Useful, Beautiful 'Sound World'
  263. How Long Should A Laptop Last?
  264. How Long Should a Laptop Last
  265. How Long Should You Keep a Laptop
  266. How and When to Consider Upgrading Memory
  267. Who Invented the Computer?.
  268. Who Invented the Computer? | Turing
  269. What Is a Microprocessor? | Intel
  270. What Is a Microprocessor and How Does It Work?
  271. What Is a “Chipset”, and Why Should I Care?
  272. What Is the Big Idea Behind Ethereum's World Computer?
  273. What Is Desktop Computer?
  274. What Is the Difference Between Windows 10 and Windows 11?
  275. What Is the Difference Between an Intel Core i3, i5 and i7?
  276. What Is the Difference Between an Intel Core i3, i5, i7 and i9?
  277. What Is the Difference Between DDR3 and DDR4
  278. What Is the Difference Between DDR3 and DDR4 RAM? | howtogeek
  279. What Is the Difference Between DDR1, DDR2, DDR3, and DDR4 RAM Memory?
  280. What Is the Difference Between SDRAM, DDR1, DDR2, DDR3 and DDR4?
  281. What Is the Difference Between Processor and Microprocessor?
  282. What Is the Difference Between Microcontroller (µC) and Microprocessor (µP)?
  283. What Is a Difference Between Optical Mouse and Laser Mouse?
  284. What Is the Best Way to Get Rid of All These Old Hard Drives?
  285. What Was the First Netbook?
  286. What Are the Differences Between Optical Mouse and Laser Mouse?
  287. What Happened When I Switched from Macs to Windows
  288. What to Look for in an Antivirus Software
  289. What to Look for in a Gaming Monitor (2020) | Intel
  290. What to Look for in a Gaming Monitor
  291. What to Look for When Choosing a Monitor: A Complete Handbook
  292. What to Look for and What to Avoid When Buying a Laptop (2020)
  293. What to Do to Make an Old Laptop Last Longer
  294. What to Do If Your Laptop Is Plugged in But Not Charging
  295. What to Do If Your Computer Won't Turn on After a Power Surge
  296. What to Do If Second Hard Drive Not Detected in Windows 10
  297. What to Do If You're Still Running Windows 7
  298. When Is the Best Time to Buy a Computer?.
  299. Which Is Better Between DDR3 and DDR4 RAM
  300. Which Is Better Between Acer and Asus, and How to Choose a Right PC?
  301. Which OS Really Is the Best, macOS vs. Windows?
  302. Which Computer Should You Buy Between Laptop and Desktop
  303. Which Mouse Should I Choose Between Optical Mouse and Laser Mouse
  304. Which CPU Should You Choose Among Intel Core i3, i5 and i7?
  305. Which CPU Should You Buy Between Intel Core i5 and i7?
  306. Why Your New Hard Drive Isn't Showing Up in Windows?
  307. Why Traditional Antivirus Is Doomed?
  308. Why Next-Generation Computers May Not Be Based on Silicon?
  309. Why Is the CPU Speed Lower than It Should Be?
  310. Why Is My Laptop Battery Not Charging | HP®
  311. Why Is Printer Ink So Expensive?
  312. Why Samsung's Galaxy Will Never Beat Apple's iPhone?
  313. Why the Desktop PC Will Live Forever
  314. Why the Desktop PC Is Still Very Much Alive
  315. Why Desktop Computers Are Not Obsolete
  316. Why a Desktop PC Makes More Sense than a Laptop Today?
  317. Why Desktop Linux Still Matters?
  318. Why Does My Laptop Not Turn on?
  319. Why Won't My Laptop Turn on Even Though It's Plugged in?
  320. Why My Laptop Won't Turn on But Has Power?
  321. Why You Don't Need a Laptop Anymore
  322. Why Graphics Cards Cost So Much Right Now
  323. Why and How Calibrate Laptop Battery in Windows 10/11
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  17. DDR4 SDRAM - DDR3 SDRAM - DIMM Variants | Wikipedia
  18. Best Processor: Intel and AMD (2019).
  19. Best Laptop Processor: Laptop CPUs Compared (2019).
  20. Microprocessor Chips - An Overview.
  21. Introduction of Microprocessor.
  22. Introduction to Intel® Architecture
  23. The Surprising Story of the First Microprocessors
  24. Microcontroller vs Microprocessor
  25. Difference Between Microprocessor and Microcontroller
  26. The Difference Between a CPU & a Microprocessor
  27. Central Processing Unit (CPU).
  28. Understanding All Voltage Configurations from the Motherboard
  29. On-Package PCH, The First Single Chip Haswell
  30. Intel 9 Series Chipset Platform Controller Hub (PCH)
  31. Intel Chipset Platform Controller Hub (PCH)
  32. PCIe CPU and PCH? - CPUs, Motherboards, and Memory
  33. PC Benchmark and Diagnostics.
  34. PC Benchmark.
  35. Fifth Generation Computer
  36. Next-Generation Computing Paradigms
  37. Smaller, Faster, Cheaper, Over: The Future of Computer Chips
  38. The World's Fastest Supercomputer Breaks an AI Record
  39. Supercomputers by Country (2019)
  40. Intel Core i7 vs. Core i9
  41. Intel Core i7 vs. Intel Core i9: How to Decide
  42. Intel Core i7 vs Intel Core i9 Differences & Performance
  43. Intel Core i9-9900KS Review
  44. Intel Core i9: Price, Release Date, Specs, Features and FAQs
  45. Comparing Intel i3, i5 and i7 Processors
  46. Best Computer Processors (2021)
  47. USB 2.0 vs. USB 3.0. - FireWire vs USB
  48. Laptop vs. Notebook. - Laptop vs. Tablet.
  49. Mac vs. PC. - 10 Differences Between Macs and PCs.
  50. Computer Power Usage.
  51. Portable Computer Devices: Apple iPod - Apple iPad - Apple iPhone - SmartPhone - Amazon Kindle - Amazon Kindle Fire - Tablet - GPS - PDA - MP3.
  52. Wonder About Computer Chips & Processors.
  53. Intel Microprocessors.
  54. AMD Chips.
  55. Programmed Data Processor (PDP).
  56. Computer Architecture.
  57. Computer Hardware.
  58. AMD Processor & Intel Processor
  59. Computer Microprocessors/Central Processing Units (CPUs):
▷ Computer Facts
  1. List of Fastest Computers
  2. ORNL Celebrates Launch of Frontier – The World’s Fastest Supercomputer
  3. Computers Are Becoming Faster and Faster, ...
  4. Computer Speeds from Instruction Mixes pre-1960 to 1971
  5. Fastest Computer | Guinness World Records
  6. Virtual Machine.
  7. Minicomputers Revolution.
  8. Analog Computers Revolution.
  9. Personal Computers Revolution.
  10. Supercomputers Development.
  11. Supercomputers Revolution.
  12. Supercomputer Fugaku - Supercomputer Fugaku, A64FX 48C 2.2GHz, Tofu Interconnect D
  13. Supercomputer Frontier - HPE Cray EX235a, AMD Optimized 3rd Generation EPYC 64C 2GHz, AMD Instinct MI250X, Slingshot-11
  14. Supercomputer Summit - IBM Power System AC922, IBM POWER9 22C 3.07GHz, NVIDIA Volta GV100, Dual-rail Mellanox EDR Infiniband
  15. Supercomputer Summit | DOE/SC/Oak Ridge National Laboratory
  16. Supercomputer Sunway TaihuLight | National Supercomputing Center in Wuxi
  17. Supercomputer Tianhe-2 (MilkyWay-2) | National University of Defense Technology
  18. Supercomputer Titan | Oak Ridge National Laboratory
  19. Networking Revolution.
  20. Mobile Computing Revolution.
  21. An Understanding of Computers.
  22. An Understanding of Minicomputers.
  23. An Understanding of Mainframe Computers.
  24. An Understanding of Computer Cluster.
  25. Formatting Disks and Drives.
  26. Extend a Basic Volume for Hard Drive
  27. Global PC Sales 2009-2019.
  28. China Builds World's Most Powerful Computer.
  29. Warhol & the Computer.
  30. Birth of the Computer.
  31. The Invention of Desktop Computers.
  32. Invention of the Personal Computer.
  33. Vintage Computer that Helped Launch the Apple Empire Is Being Sold at Auction
  34. A Chat with Computing Pioneer Steve Wozniak
  35. Steve Jobs: Steve Wozniak Remembers
  36. The Story Behind Apple's Success.
  37. Jobs' Apple-1 Computer Prototype Auctioned for Nearly $700K - August 2022
  38. Auction of Apple's First Computer Expected to Top $160k - November 2010
  39. First Apple Computer Fetches Ł130,000 at Auction - November 2010
  40. Apple Is Now the First Public Company to Be Valued at $3 Trillion
  41. Apple's Original Computer Fetches $400,000 at US Auction - November 2021
  42. Apple: The First 30 Years.
  43. Apple I Replica Creation -- Chapter 1: Apple I History
  44. Apple IIe Owner's Guide
  45. Apple II Personal Computer.
  46. Apple's Enhanced Computer, the Apple IIe
  47. Apple IIe
  48. Apple I For Sale
  49. Apple 1 Registry
  50. Apple I - Operational Manual
  51. Apple I
  52. Apple 1 Case
  53. Apple Developed New Computers
  54. Apple Inc.
  55. April 11, 1976: Apple Releases Its First Computer
  56. From the Rosen Electronics Letter / IBM's Impact on Microcomputer Manufacturers
  57. IBM Personal Computer.
  58. IBM 5100 PC.
  59. NeXT Computers.
  60. The Wang 2200
  61. Most Important Computer Companies in 1995
  62. Top Computer Systems
  63. Top 12 Computers of 1984
  64. Personal Computers.
  65. Sub-notebook
  66. Workstation.
  67. Desktop Computer.
  68. Laptop
  69. Ultrabook
  70. Notebook
  71. Tablet vs. Netbook vs. Laptop
  72. Desktop Computer vs. Laptop Computer
  73. Advantages and Disadvantages of Laptop and Desktop
  74. Advantages and Disadvantages of Laptops
  75. Advantages and Disadvantages of macOS
  76. Evolution of Computer Systems.
  77. The Evolution of Computers Since the 1930s.
  78. The Evolution of Computers.
  79. The Evolution of Computing
  80. Evolution of Computer Systems Architectures.
  81. The Evolution of Computers in Society.
  82. The Evolution of Computer Science in One Infographic.
  83. The First Personal Computers: 1973 to 1981.
  84. Early Computer Companies.
  85. Large Computer Systems and New Architectures
  86. The Computer Age and the Inventor.
  87. Computer Graphics, Music, and Art.
  88. Computer Facts.
  89. Computer Terminal.
  90. Computer Memory & Storage Revolution.
  91. Early Electronic Computers (1946-51).
  92. Generations of Computers.
  93. Introduction to Computer
  94. Phenomenal Facts on Computers
  95. A Computer Pioneer Rediscovered, 50 Years on.
  96. 5 Generations of Computers
  97. 5 Top Computer Companies in USA
  98. 10 Fastest Supercomputers in the World
  99. 10 Top Computer Manufacturing Companies in the World
  100. 10 Interesting Facts About Computers.
  101. 10 Facts About Charles Babbage, Victorian Computer Pioneer
  102. 20 Surprising Computer Facts.
  103. 60+ Cool Computer Facts
▷ History, Guides & Tips
  1. Timeline of Computer History
  2. Timeline of Computer History in 1960's
  3. List of Windows Operating System Versions & History
  4. The Modern History of Computing
  5. A Short History of Software.
  6. A Visual History of Windows
  7. A History of Windows.
  8. A History of Microsoft Windows
  9. A Brief History of Windows from 1985 to Present Day
  10. A Brief History of Windows Operating System
  11. A Brief History of Microsoft and Accessibility
  12. Apple Operating System History
  13. Apple Turns 40: Reflecting on Four Decades of History.
  14. Microsoft Windows History
  15. Microsoft Windows Evolutionary History Since Windows 1.0
  16. Software & Languages - Timeline of Computer History.
  17. Introduction to Software History.
  18. History of Microsoft: Timeline and Facts.
  19. History of Software
  20. History of Microsoft Windows
  21. History of Microsoft DOS.
  22. History of Computers - From the Abacus to the iPhone.
  23. History of Laptop Computers.
  24. History of Computer Science.
  25. History of Supercomputing
  26. History of Computers. | Thoughtco
  27. History of Computers | URI.edu
  28. History of Computer | Javatpoint
  29. History of Computers: A Brief Timeline
  30. History Timeline of Computers
  31. History of Computer and Its Generations
  32. History of Mac Computers.
  33. History of Apple: Facts and Latest Developments.
  34. History of Apple: The Story of Steve Jobs and the Company.
  35. A Brief History of Computer.
  36. A Brief History of Software.
  37. A Brief History of Software Development.
  38. A Brief History of Bill Gates: From Microsoft to Today
  39. A Brief History of Computing.
  40. A Brief History of Apple Inc.
  41. The Brief History of the ENIAC Computer
  42. The History of the Xbox
  43. The History of the Personal Computer.
  44. The History and Significance of Software
  45. The History of Modern Computers and the Inventors.
  46. The History of Apple Computers.
  47. The History of Cray
  48. The History of Supercomputers
  49. Computer Changed History
  50. Computers - Timeline of Computer History.
  51. Computer History Museum: Celebrating 35 Years!
  52. Computing Basics: History of Computers
  53. Computer History: 2022, 2015, 2012, 1997 & 1986
  54. Computer History.
  55. Mainframe History.
  56. Introduction to Software History.
  57. Video Game History - Timeline & Facts
  58. The Turing Archive for the History of Computing.
  59. The Modern History of Computing.
  60. Timeline of Computer History
  61. Computer Memory Upgrade Guide
  62. Computer History: All About the ENIAC
  63. Computer History from B.C. to Today.
  64. Computers Changed History.
  65. Computer - History of Computing.
  66. Computer Monitor Buying Guide.
  67. Computer Beginners Guide.
  68. Computer Buying Guide | Consumer Reports
  69. Computer Basics Tips and Tricks
  70. Computer Tips & Tricks | Techspot
  71. Computer Tips & Tricks Everyone Should Know
  72. Computer Tips and Tricks - FAQs
  73. Computer Tips & Computer Tricks
  74. Computer Tips Archives
  75. Computer Safety Tips
  76. Laptop Reviews - Buying Guide and Top Picks
  77. Laptop Buying Guide
  78. Laptop Reviews, Ratings and Buying Guides
  79. Dell Latitude Memory Compatibility Guide
  80. Use Your Computer From Anywhere: A Guide to Remote Controlling Your PC.
  81. Monitor Buying Guide | Best Buy.
  82. The Best Windows 11 Tips and Tricks
  83. Best Computer Tips and Tricks
  84. Microsoft Edge Tips.
  85. Microsoft Office Quick Starts
  86. Microsoft Windows 10 Tips
  87. Microsoft Software Tips for Laptops and Desktops
  88. Windows 11 Guides
  89. Windows 11 Quick Reference Guide
  90. Windows 11: The Ultimate Tips Guide
  91. Windows 10 Overview and Tips
  92. Hidden Tricks Inside Windows 10
  93. Tools, Tips, Tricks and Apps for PC Gamer
  94. A Complete Guide to Microsoft Office
  95. Adobe Acrobat User Guide
  96. Adobe Acrobat DC Guide
  97. A Quick Guide to Photoshop Tools & Functions
  98. A Simple Guide to Using Opt-in Forms and Landing Pages
  99. Beginner’s Guide to Creating a Powerful Squeeze Page
  100. 4 Tips to Change Windows 10 Password without Knowing the Current Password
  101. 5 Useful Windows Tips & Tricks.
  102. 5 Troubleshooting Tips for Fixing a Computer.
  103. 7 Tips to Improve Battery Life on Windows 11.
  104. 7 New Tips and Tricks to Make Windows 11 More Useful
  105. 9 Tips for Longer Laptop Battery Life
  106. 10 Top Computer Tricks.
  107. 10 Tips to Make Your Computer Run Faster.
  108. 11 Tips to Help You Fix the Windows 10/11 Blue Screen Error
  109. 12 Tips to Speed Up Windows 10
  110. 13 Best Windows 11 Tips and Tricks
  111. 15 Computer Tips and Tricks (video).
  112. 16 Fun Facts About the History of Computers
  113. 19 Fun Pieces of Computer History from the Museum of Interesting Things
  114. 19 Slick Xbox One Tips and Tricks.
  115. 19 Tips and Tricks to Increase PC Performance on Windows 10
  116. 20 Tips and Tricks for Windows 11
  117. 51 Brilliant Windows 10 Tips and Tricks
  118. 59 Best Computer Tips & Tricks
Computer Review

  1. Apple iMac 24-Inch Review
  2. Best MacBook
  3. Apple MacBook Pro
  4. Apple MacBook Pro 14-inch and MacBook Pro 16-inch
  5. Apple MacBook Pro 13-inch
  6. Apple MacBook Pro (13-inch) Review
  7. Apple MacBook Pro (15-inch) Review | Techradar
  8. Apple MacBook Pro 15-inch Review | Macworld
  9. Apple MacBook Pro 13-inch with Touch Bar Review
  10. Apple MacBook Air 13-inch
  11. Apple MacBook Air (12.8 x 9 x 0.11-0.68 inches) Laptop Review
  12. Apple MacBook Pro Review
  13. Apple Desktop PC Reviews
  14. Acer Aspire R13 Laptop Review
  15. Acer Aspire R7 Laptop Review
  16. Acer Aspire E15 Series (E5-573G-7034) Laptop Review
  17. Acer Aspire E15 Touch (E5-571P-363N) Laptop Review
  18. Acer Nitro 50 Desktop Review
  19. Acer Aspire T Desktop Review
  20. Asus Laptop Review
  21. Asus Transformer Book T100HA Review 1 - 2
  22. Asus Transformer Book Flip TP200SA Review
  23. Asus Chromebook Flip C100 Review
  24. Asus Z170-Deluxe Laptop Review
  25. Asus ZenBook UX305FA Review
  26. Asus ZenBook Pro UX501 Review
  27. Asus Chromebook Flip C100 Laptop Review
  28. Asus ROG G751JY-DH71 Laptop Review
  29. Asus G751JL Laptop Review
  30. Asus Transformer Book T100 Chi review
  31. Asus Transformer Book T300 Chi (Signature Edition) Review
  32. Asus ZenBook UX305 Laptop PC Review
  33. Dell Laptop Rating and Review
  34. Dell Precision M3800 Laptop Review
  35. Dell Latitude 14 7000 (E7450) Laptop Review
  36. Dell Latitude 13 7000 Series
  37. Inspiron 15 5000 Series Laptop Review
  38. Dell Inspiron 14 5000 Series Review
  39. Dell Inspiron 14 7000 Series Review
  40. Dell XPS 15Review
  41. Dell XPS 13 (Nontouch) Review 1 - 2
  42. Gateway Notebook/Laptop Ratings and Review
  43. Gateway NE72206u Laptop Review
  44. Gateway NV5214u Laptop Review
  45. Gateway P-7805u FX Laptop Review
  46. Gateway MD7818u Laptop Review
  47. HP Reviews, Ratings, and Pricing
  48. HP EliteBook 1020 (12.2 x 8.27 x 0.62 inches) Laptop Review
  49. HP Elite x2 1011 Laptop Review
  50. HP Spectre x360 Laptop Review
  51. HP Pavilion x360 13 Laptop Review
  52. HP ZBook 14 G2 Review
  53. HP ZBook 15 G2 Review
  54. HP Pavilion x360 11T Review
  55. HP 870-244 Review
  56. HP 15t Touch Review
  57. Lenovo Yoga 3 Pro Hybrid Laptop Review
  58. Lenovo Yoga 3 14 Laptop Review
  59. Lenovo LaVie Z 360 Laptop Review
  60. Lenovo LaVie Z Laptop Review
  61. Lenovo Y50 Touch 4K Laptop Review
  62. LG UltraPC (Model 13Z940) Laptop Review
  63. LG Z360 Full HD Ultrabook Review
  64. LG Gram Ultra PC Review
  65. Microsoft Wireless Comfort Desktop 5050 Review
  66. Microsoft Wireless Desktop 850 Review
  67. Microsoft Surface Pro 6 Review
  68. Microsoft 10-inch Surface Review
  69. Microsoft Surface Pro 6 Review
  70. Microsoft Surface Pro 6 Review: Pricey, Battery Life
  71. Microsoft Surface Pro 6 Review & Rating
  72. Microsoft Surface Pro Review
  73. Microsoft Surface Pro Review: Still Worth Buying?
  74. Which Microsoft Surface Should I Buy?
  75. Microsoft Surface Laptop Review: The Best Value Laptop?
  76. MSI Infinite X Gaming Desktop Review - TechSpot
  77. MSI PE60 Prestige Laptop Review
  78. MSI GT80 Titan Review
  79. MSI GT70 Dominator 2PC Laptop Review
  80. MSI GS70 Stealth Laptop Review
  81. MSI GE62 Apache Laptop Review
  82. MSI GT72 Dominator Pro Laptop Review
  83. Samsung ATIV Book 9 Laptop Review
  84. Sony Laptop Review
  85. Sony VAIO Flip 15 Laptop Review
  86. Sony VAIO Pro 13 Laptop Review
  87. Sony VAIO Duo 13 Laptop Review
  88. Sony VAIO Pro 11 Laptop Review
  89. Toshiba Satellite C55D-B5294 Laptop Review: 1 - 2 - 3
  90. Toshiba Kirabook Laptop Review
  91. Toshiba Satellite L55-B5294 Laptop Review
  92. Toshiba Satellite C55D-B5242 Laptop Review
  93. Toshiba Brushed Black 15.6″ Satellite C55DT-C5230X Laptop PC Review
  94. Toshiba Satellite C70D-CBT2N11 Laptop Review
  95. Toshiba Black 15.6″ Satellite C655D-S5518 Laptop PC Review
  96. Toshiba Brushed Black 17.3″ Satellite C75D-C7232 Laptop PC Review
  97. Toshiba Jet Black 15.6″ Satellite C55D-B5295 Laptop PC Review
  98. Toshiba Black 15.6″ Satellite C55DT-C5230 Laptop PC Review
  99. HP EliteBook 8460p Review and and Part Removal/Repacement (Video)
  100. HP Computer Self-Repair Services
  101. New Computer Products and Services Reviews | PC Magazine
  102. Product Reviews - Phone, Computer, Electronics | CNET
  103. Best Computer Reviews | Consumer Reports
  104. Computers and Peripherals - Reviews, Recommendations and Test | Toptenreviews.com
  105. Computer Products Reviews | Wired
  106. Best Computer Reviews | Consumer Reports
  107. Electronic Products Reviews | ZDNet
  108. Best Rated in Desktop Computers & Helpful Customer Reviews
  109. Desktop Reviews | Digital Trends
  110. Desktop Reviews | CNET
  111. Desktop PC Reviews | The Verge
  112. Desktop Review Archives | Notebook Reviews
  113. Desktop Reviews | ECA Risk Management
  114. Best Desktop Computers (2019) | PCMag.com
  115. Best PC | TechRadar
  116. Best PC | Expert Reviews
  117. Virtual Desktop Review
  118. Best Mini Desktop PCs | Wirecutter
  119. Chrome Remote Desktop Review | Lifewire
  120. Best All-in-One Computers
  121. Best Desktop Mac | Macworld UK
  122. Best Desktop PC
  123. Notebook / Laptop Reviews
  124. Best Laptops | PCMag
  125. Laptop Reviews | Digital Trends
  126. Laptop Reviews | CNET
  127. Laptop Reviews | The Verge
  128. Laptops Reviews | ech Advisor
  129. Laptops: Reviews | Wirecutter
  130. Laptops Reviews | NDTV
  131. Laptop | Trusted Reviews
  132. Laptop Reviews | Good Housekeeping
  133. Laptop Reviews | UltrabookReview.com
  134. Laptops & Tablets Reviews | Gizmodo
  135. Laptop Reviews | Choice
  136. Laptop Reviews | Which
  137. Laptop Computers & Notebook Reviews
  138. Laptops Reviews Articles | Tom's Hardware
  139. Best Laptops Review: Premium Laptops, Cheap Laptops, 2-in-1s.
  140. Best Laptops Review | CNET
  141. Best Laptops Review
  142. 10 Top Laptops
  143. Xbox Series X Review

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  1. The Fastest Laptops
  2. The Best Laptops for 2024
  3. The Best Laptops of 2024 | NYT
  4. The Best Laptops to Work and Play Wherever You Are
  5. The Best Laptop 2024: Top Portable Picks for All Budgets
  6. The Best Times to Buy a Computer | USNews
  7. The Best Time to Buy a Computer
  8. The Best Time to Buy a Laptop
  9. The Best Place to Buy a Laptop
  10. The Best 1080p Monitors for Work and Gaming
  11. The Best Wireless Keyboard and Mouse
  12. M1 MacBook Pro Price & Specs
  13. MacBook Pro
  14. Things You Need to Look for When Buying a New Computer
  15. Honeywell and Its Most Powerful Quantum Computer
  16. Japanese Supercomputer Is Crowned World's Speediest
  17. Apple: Brand Report Card
  18. Apple Announces Mac Transition to Apple Silicon
  19. Apple Recalls Some MacBook Pro Laptops Due to Fire Hazard
  20. Apple CEO Who Fired Steve Jobs: 'I wish I had hired him back'
  21. Microsoft OpenAI Computer is World's 5th Most Powerful Computer
  22. Future of Computers: What to Expect from Next Generation
  23. Transforming Biology to Design Nnext-Generation Computers
  24. Video Games & Violence (Infographics)
  25. Video Game Designers Statistics
  26. Video Game Addiction Statistics
  27. Violent Video Games: Myths, Facts, and Unanswered Questions
  28. Video Game Addiction Statistics - Facts, Percentages
  29. Video Game Industry Statistics - Infographic
  30. Video Game Industry Statistics, Trends and Data | Gamefid
  31. Video Game Industry Statistics, Trends & Data
  32. Essential Facts About the Computer and Video Game
  33. Digital Video Game Trends and Stats
  34. Made In America: Computer and Electronic Products.
  35. Will Desktops Eventually Become Obsolete?
  36. Set the Number of CPUs to Speed up a Slow PC
  37. Understanding Dell's Choice of Partitions
  38. MailStore – Your eMail Backup Solution
  39. Quick Fix: Second Hard Drive Not Detected in Windows 10
  40. Fix Windows 10 Doesn't Recognize or Detect Second Hard
  41. Is My Computer Too Hot?
  42. Reimage Repair Revisited
  43. Logitech Wireless Wave Combo MK550 Review
  44. HP Wireless Elite Keyboard and Mouse Combo Review
  45. IOGear Long Range 2.4 GHz Review
  46. Solved Laptop Battery Not Charging
  47. Adobe Issues Emergency Flash Player Fix
  48. Ada Lovelace - Life, Facts & Computer Program
  49. Alan Turing: The Codebreaker Who Saved 'Millions of Lives'.
  50. Alan Turing, Codebreaker and Computer Pioneer.
  51. Intel’s Latest Chips: It’s All About (Low) Power.
  52. Scientists Dubious of Quantum Claims.
  53. Scary New Malware Targets Android Phones, Steals Images, Reconstructs Rooms
  54. The Incredible Story of the First PC, from 1965.
  55. From Analytical Engine to Electronic Digital Computer.
  56. The Chip that Jack Kilby Built
  57. A Computer Pioneer Rediscovered, 50 Years On
  58. Early Electronic Computers (1946-51)
  59. Wireless Bridges for Networking.
  60. Easy Fixes for Six Common Laptop Problems.
  61. An Comparison of Power Usage of Desktop, Notebook, and Netbook Computers.
  62. The 30-Year-Old Macintosh and a Lost Conversation With Steve Jobs.
  63. The Engelbart Hypothesis: Dialogs with Douglas Engelbart, "Father of the Mouse".
  64. Tablets and Tablet PCs Review
  65. Windows 8.1 Review: Start's Return Cheered by Some but Problems Remain.
  66. Was Control-Alt-Delete a Mistake?
  67. Stanford Team Develops First Computer Using Only Carbon Nanotube Transistors.
  68. One Reason Apple Is Hard to Beat.
  69. Personal Computer Sales Fall for Fifth Year in a Row
  70. PC Sales Declined Again ...
  71. Regulators Shut Down Global PC 'Tech Support' Scam.
  72. Desktop VS Laptop: Which One to Get? See Pros and Cons to Decide!
  73. Best Desktop Computers
  74. Best Desktop PC
  75. Best Laptop
  76. Best Laptop | Trusted Reviews
  77. Best Cheap Laptops
  78. Best PC Games
  79. Best PC Games to Play
  80. Best Gaming Monitors | PC Gamer
  81. Best MacBook
  82. Best Acer Laptop
  83. Best MSI Laptop
  84. Best Computer for Photo Editing
  85. Best Things to Know About Cheap Computers
  86. Best Cheap Laptop Deals
  87. Best Laptop | CNN
  88. Best Student Laptops
  89. Best & Worst Laptop Brands
  90. Acer: Brand Report Card
  91. MSI: Brand Report Card)
  92. Acer Reviews, Ratings, and Pricing
  93. LITE-ON & HP External Ultra Slim DVD/CD Writers Video Review.
  94. Solid State Drives.
  95. An Inside Look at Hard Drives.
  96. Printer Memory Upgrades
  97. MotherBoard Memory Upgrades
  98. Memory Upgrade for Dell Latitude E6430s Laptop.
  99. Memory Upgrades for Dell Laptop and Desktop.
  100. Toshiba Laptop Memory Upgrade.
  101. Laptop Memory Upgrades
  102. Laptop Memory Upgrade - Memory for Laptop Notebooks.
  103. Laptops with the Longest Battery Life
  104. Laptop Power Problems
  105. Dell Latitude Laptop Memory Upgrade.
  106. Computers Reach One Billion Mark.
  107. Computer Generated Art (images)
  108. Computer Memory Upgrades
  109. Computer Memory and Laptop Memory RAM Upgrades.
  110. Computer Virus Warns of FBI Arrest, Demands Ransom.
  111. Computer Hacking Arrests: 'Jonathan Rees and Alex Marunchak' Bailed.
  112. Computers & Laptops | CNN
  113. Choose a Monitor.
  114. Optical vs Laser Mouse: Which is the Best Mouse for Gaming?
  115. Optical Mice vs. Laser Mice
  116. Optical vs. Laser Mouse | Digital Trends
  117. Optical vs Laser Mouse: Which Is Best for You?
  118. Optical vs Laser Mouse: Which Is Best for Gaming?
  119. Optical vs Laser Mice: Which Is Better for Gaming?
  120. Optical vs Laser vs Wireless Mouse, Which Is Best?
  121. Optical vs Laser Gaming Mouse, Which One Should You Buy?
  122. Difference Between Optical and Laser Mouse
  123. Clearing Up Misconceptions About Laser and Optical Mice
  124. Microsoft Settles Botnet Case Against Chinese Site.
  125. 'Scareware' Trickster Fined $163m by US Authorities.
  126. Kindle Fire a Worthwhile Bargain.
  127. Understanding Lithium-Ion and Smart Battery Technology
  128. IBM's Jeopardy Supercomputer Beats Humans. - 2
  129. Amazon Kindle vs. Barnes & Noble Nook: An E-Reader Face-Off.
  130. MIT Media Lab & $100 Laptop - One Laptop Per Child.
  131. The iPad’s Closed System: Sometimes I Hate Being Right.
  132. Windows PC Users Should Uninstall QuickTime Immediately
  133. Interesting Information About Computers, RAM, ROM ...
  134. Interesting, Unknown and Amazing Computer Facts
  135. Outstandingly Interesting Facts About Computers
  136. Troubleshooting Power Issues with Your Laptop
  137. Forgot Windows 10 Local Administrator Password - Remove with Command Prompt
  138. Forgot Windows 10 Local Password But Remember PIN
  139. Change or Reset your Windows Password
  140. Reset your Windows 10 Local Account Password
  141. 3 Different Ways to Charge a Laptop Without a Charger
  142. 3 Different Ways to Free Format SSD with No Harm to SSD
  143. 3 Ways to Make Your Computer Run Faster
  144. 3 Ways to Add an Extra Hard Drive
  145. 3 Ways to Choose a Computer Monitor
  146. 5 Fastest Supercomputers in the World
  147. 5 Facts About Americans and Video Games
  148. 5 Things Steve Jobs Said Apple Would Never Do - and Apple Is Doing!
  149. 6 Ways to Improve Battery Life on Windows Laptops.
  150. 6 Ways to Reset Forgotten Windows 10 Password.
  151. 7 Ways to Get Better Battery Life from Your Windows 10 PC
  152. 7 Ways to Save Money When Buying a Computer.
  153. 7 Important Things to Consider When Buying a Used Computer
  154. 7 Important Trends in Laptop Design.
  155. 7 Funny and Cool Computer Tips and Tricks.
  156. 7 Best Computer Monitors.
  157. 8 Best Desktop Replacement Laptops
  158. 8 Best Desktop PCs
  159. 8 Best Places to Buy a Laptop
  160. 8 Best U.S. Websites to Buy Laptops Online
  161. 9 Key Things to Know Before You Buy a New Computer
  162. 10 Easy Ways to Speed up Windows 10
  163. 10 Best PC Games to Play
  164. 10 Things You Didn't Know Your Computer Can Do.
  165. 10 Top Things to Consider When Buying a New Laptop
  166. 10 Top Hardware Companies in the World.
  167. 10 Top Supercomputers - New Scientific Giants
  168. 10 Top Supercomputers, the New Scientific Giants
  169. 10 Most Expensive Computer Mouse in the World
  170. 10 Interesting Video Game Industry Statistics, Trends.
  171. 10 Fastest Supercomputers in the World
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Save Time With Quick Computer Shortcuts
Source: Microsoft.com

Driving Around Your Laptop/Desktop

How To ... Guide
  • Use voice typing to talk instead of type on your PC.
  • For Windows 11 and Windows 10
  • Change captions appeared on your Windows PC.
  • (Windows 11) - Captions let you read the words spoken in the audio portion of a video, TV show, or movie. To define how the captions appear in Windows and some Windows apps, you can select one of the predefined caption options or customize an option to better suit your needs.
    1. Select (Start) > Settings > Accessibility > Captions.
    2. In Caption style, expand the menu, select one of the predefined options, and see how it appears in the preview.
    3. To customize the selected predefined option, select Edit and then modify the option details to your liking.
  • Make it easier to focus on tasks with Focus Assist.
  • For Windows 11 and Windows 10.
  • Have text read aloud with Narrator.
  • For Windows 11 and Windows 10.
  • Make your laptop/desktop screen easier to see with color filters.
  • for
  • Windows 11
  • Windows 10 - To use a color filter:
    1. Select Start > Settings > Ease of Access > Color filters.
    2. Switch on the toggle under Turn on color filters.
    3. Then, select a color filter from the menu. Try each filter to see which one suits you best.

    Note: To get to color filter settings in previous versions of Windows 10, select Start > Settings > Ease of Access > Color & high contrast.


  • Make your Windows PC easier to hear.
  • Windows 11:
    1. Hear all sounds in one channel
      - Windows lets you convert stereo sound into a single channel so you can hear everything, even if you're using just one headphone. Select the Start button, then select Settings > Accessibility > Audio, and then switch on the Mono audio toggle.
    2. Display audio alerts visually
      - If you have trouble hearing audio alerts, you can have your PC display them visually. Select the Start button, then select Settings > Accessibility > Audio .
    3. Under Flash my screen during audio notifications, choose how you want audio alerts displayed. You can choose to have the title bar of the active window, the active window, or the entire screen flash when a notification arrives, instead of relying on sound alone.
    4. Make notifications stick around longer
      - By default, Windows notifications disappear five seconds after they appear. If you want more time to read them, you can increase how long they're displayed.
    5. Select the Start button, then select Settings > Accessibility > Visual effects. Then, under Dismiss notifications after this amount of time, choose the amount of time you want.
    6. Captions
      - Windows lets you customize things like the color, size, and background of closed captions. Select the Start button, then select Settings > Accessibility > Captions . Then, under Caption style, choose how you want captions to be displayed.
  • Windows 10:
    1. Hear all sounds in one channel
      - Windows lets you convert stereo sound into a single channel so you can hear everything, even if you're using just one headphone. Select the Start button, then select Settings > Ease of Access > Audio, and then switch on the toggle under Turn on mono audio.
    2. Display audio alerts visually
      - If you have trouble hearing audio alerts, you can have your PC display them visually. Select the Start button, then select Settings > Ease of Access > Audio .
    3. Under Show audio alerts visually, choose how you want audio alerts displayed. You can choose to have the title bar of the active window, the active window, or the entire screen flash when a notification arrives, instead of relying on sound alone.
    4. Make notifications stick around longer
      - By default, Windows notifications disappear five seconds after they appear. If you want more time to read them, you can increase how long they're displayed.
    5. Select the Start button, then select Settings > Ease of Access > Display. Then, under Show notifications for, choose the amount of time you want.
    6. Closed captions
      - Windows lets you customize things like the color, size, and background of closed captions. Select the Start button, then select Settings > Ease of Access > Closed captions, and then choose how you want captions to be displayed.
  • Add an email account to Outlook.
    • 1. Select File > Add Account. (If you don't see a File tab, perhaps you are using New Outlook for Windows)
      2. For Outlook for Microsoft 365 and Outlook 2016, 2019, or 2021, enter your email address and click Connect; For Outlook 2013 and Outlook 2010, enter your name, email address, and password, and click Next.
      3. If prompted, enter your password again, then select OK > Finish to start using your email account in Outlook. Pick the desired account and select the destination folder.
  • Use advanced setup to add a POP or IMAP email account in Outlook for Windows.
    • 1. Open Outlook and select File > Add Account.
      2. On the next screen, enter your email address, select Advanced options, then check the box for Let me set up my account manually and select Connect.
      3. Select your account type. Most of the time when you need to use this option, you'll select IMAP.
      4. The Account settings screen should be pre-populated with most of the account settings you need. However, if you need to look up your settings, see the POP and IMAP account settings topic. Enter your incoming and outgoing server settings and then select Next.
      5. Enter your password and then select Connect.
  • Use advanced setup to add a third-party MAPI email account to Outlook for Windows.
  • (If you are using a third-party MAPI provider, download and configure the MAPI email provider application as suggested by provider company.)
      1. Open Outlook and select File > Add Account.
      2. On the next screen, enter your email address, select Advanced options, then check the box for Let me set up my account manually and select Connect.
      3. On the Advanced Setup screen, select Other.
      4. On the Other screen, choose the type of server to connect to from the list. Note: The Other option and your account type listed under it will only appear if you’ve properly installed and configured the MAPI provider. 5. Click Connect.
      6. The third-party MAPI provider application installed on your machine should launch.
      7. Finalize the account setup by following the MAPI provider's instructions.
  • Move multiple emails from Inbox to a specific folder.
  • To select a large number of messages: Select the first message, then hold down 'Shift' and select the last message. This 'selects' all messages between the first and the last one. (Note: If Outlook won’t accept your password and you know you’re using the password for your email account, you might have an email account that requires additional security. Gmail, Yahoo, iCloud, Outlook.com, and AOL accounts all use two-factor authentication to help verify that you’re the person trying to access your email account.
  • Select a file/folder/icon
  • Type the first letter of the file. If you have several files starting with the same letter, continue hitting the letter key until your cursor lands on the file or folder you want.
  • Search for a file/folder
  • F3
  • Rename a file/folder
  • Select the file/folder, click F2, and then re-type the name
  • Find out when the file or folder was created, by whom, and how big it is
  • Select the file, right-click, and then click Properties
  • Display the Start menu
  • Ctrl + Esc
  • Create a shortcut on your desktop to your favorite file/folder
  • Drag the file/folder icon to your desktop
  • Scroll between open items
  • Alt + Tab, then hold down Alt while clicking Tab to reach the desired file or program
  • Open Snipping Tool and take a screenshot in Windows 10
    • 1. To open Snipping Tool, select the Start Windows button, type Snipping tool, and then select it in the search results. (There's no keyboard shortcut available.)
      2. To take a screenshot, select New, and then select the part of the screen that you want to capture.
      3. Choose from free-form, rectangular, window, or full-screen snips by selecting the arrow on the New button.
      4. Use the built-in pens to draw on it to create the snip, save it, copy it, or email it to someone.
  • Take Screenshots in Windows 10
    • (1) Press the PrtScn button to copy the screen to the clipboard.
      (2) Press the Windows+PrtScn buttons on your keyboard to save the screen to a file in the "Pictures" folder.
      (3) Use the Game Bar in Windows 10.
      (4) Use the built-in Snipping tool.
  • Select many emails at the same time in Outlook
    • (1) Holding the Ctrl key, and then selecting multiple nonadjacent emails with clicking them one by one.
      (2) Holding the Shift key, and then selecting multiple adjacent emails with clicking the first one email and the last one email.
      (3) Selecting any one of emails in the email list, and then pressing the keys Ctrl + A together to select all emails in the email folder.
      (4) Selecting the first email in the email list, and then pressing the keys Ctrl + Shift + End together to select all emails.
  • Disk cleanup in Windows 11 and Windows 10
    • (1) In the search box on the taskbar, type disk cleanup, and select Disk Cleanup from the list of results.
      (2) Select the drive you want to clean up, and then select OK.
      (3) Under Files to delete, select the file types to get rid of. To get a description of the file type, select it.
      (4) Select OK.

    Working with Word

    To... Use this shortcut
  • Select text
  • Shift + Right Arrow, Left Arrow, Up Arrow, or Down Arrow to highlight text
  • Copy selected text
  • Ctrl + C
  • Cut selected text
  • Ctrl + X
  • Paste selected text
  • Ctrl + V
  • Undo your last action
  • Ctrl + Z
  • Select all the text within your document
  • Ctrl + A
  • Bold text
  • Ctrl + B
  • Italicize text
  • Ctrl + I
  • Underline
  • Ctrl + U
  • Decrease font size
  • Ctrl + Shift + <
  • Increase font size
  • Ctrl + Shift + >
  • Change font
  • Ctrl + Shift + F, then use the arrow keys to reach the new font
  • Change font size
  • Ctrl + Shift + P, then use the arrow keys to reach the new font size
  • Create page break
  • Ctrl + Enter
  • Create new document
  • Ctrl + N
  • Open My Documents window
  • Ctrl + O
  • Close a document
  • Ctrl + W
  • Save a document
  • Ctrl + S
  • Print a document
  • Ctrl + P
  • Preview what you're about to print
  • Alt + Ctrl + I
  • Convert a Microsoft Word document (.doc/.docx) to an Adobe Acrobat PDF (.pdf) document
  • Online Converter (free)

    Accelerating Excel

    To... Use this shortcut
  • Move right to left, cell by cell
  • Tab
  • Move up and down, cell by cell
  • Enter
  • Erase data in current cell
  • Backspace
  • Return to the beginning of the row
  • Home
  • Enter the date
  • Ctrl + ; (semicolon)
  • Enter the time
  • Ctrl + Shift + : (colon)
  • Start a formula
  • = (equal sign)
  • Check the spelling of titles or words within the cells
  • F7
  • Find out about the style within the cell
  • ALT + ' (apostrophe)
  • Display the Format Cells dialog box
  • Ctrl + 1
  • Apply the general number format
  • Ctrl + Shift + ~
  • Turn numbers into dollars
  • Ctrl + Shift + $
  • Make numbers a percentage
  • Ctrl + Shift + %
  • Apply a border
  • Ctrl + Shift + &

    Expediting Internet Explorer

    To... Use this shortcut
  • Add sites to your Favorites
    • Go to the site.
    • Hit Ctrl + D to add to your Favorites.
    • Select Favorites and then Add to Favorites to create a separate folder for the site or to add it to a list already formed.
  • Select a home page
    • Go to the Web page that you would like to make your home page.
    • Open the Tools menu and select Internet Options.
    • Under Home page, click Use Current.
  • Use the History function if you visit a few select sites constantly
    • Select the History button on your top navigation (a green arrow on a clock face).
    • Select the site that you would like and double-click.
    • If the History button is not visible, go to the View menu, select Explorer Bar, and then click History to access.
  • Customize your toolbar to the tools you use most frequently
    • Right-click your top navigation.
    • Select the icons that you use or go to the View menu, select Toolbars, and then click Customize.




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