Category Archives: Technolgy Tips

RAM-and-battery-optimizers

Why you should not install RAM and battery optimizers on your Android?

Not long ago, a friend asked me why his OnePlus X was going extremely slow and with a lag considerably. Just watch your device, I noticed how the ROM installed, after asking a popular Chinese website, brought a considerable amount of applications pre-installed. Three of them had been the trigger to slow your phone: 360 Security, Clean Master and Doctor Battery. In addition to these, the Google Play Store is home to a multitude of applications focused on the same, to reduce RAM consumption and…

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Automatic updates store

Automatic updates of the applications on your computer? This way you can manage them

With the arrival of the new platforms the applications have gained a force until then unknown. With the use Symbian apps was something residual and anecdotal but with iOS, Android and Windows Phone these have become a great force. An ecosystem is nothing without applications. In this sense it is customary for our computer to connect to download updates frequently but this is a process that may sometimes not interested to carry out, at least not automatically and here we will explain how to configure…

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4 Important Computer Security Tips for College Students

No matter if you are in college, or out of college, computer security should be a top priority. These days, hackers are seemingly getting into personal computer systems with ease akin to opening a door that is already ajar. When you are a college student, computer security is especially important, because you will be using the computer on a regular basis and you don’t want a breach to interfere with your ability to get work done. If you are taking an online course, like USC’s…

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Windows and Linux

If you want to play, Windows offers more performance than Linux

Those who support the virtues of free software must also assume its shortcomings: there are areas where the advantages of other platforms are obvious, and one of them is the video game. Although Steam catalog native games for Linux continues to grow, its quality and performance offered against versions for Windows is clearly lower. Evidenced by the latest in – depth analysis they have done in Phoronix, where for years its suite of multiplatform test compares the performance of these operating systems efficiently. The findings…

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iOS 10

iOS 10: Top notifications, more complete Siri and all the innovations that come to iPhone

iOS 10 has already been presented. Apple has used its inaugural WWDC conference this year as planned to advance the news that iPhone users can install free at year – end operating system level. iOS 10 hit the market with important new features in the operating system interface , as well as some features. We leave you with the main features of release or improved Apple has overtaken us.

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The legendary OS 2

The legendary OS / 2 back to life this year through ArcaOS

In technology there are several cases where technically superior solutions lost the battle against rivals worst prepared. Many claim that Beta unfairly lost the battle against VHS, and something similar happened with OS / 2, that operating system that promised to liberate ourselves from the yoke of MS-DOS and Windows software that had too many limitations. That platform was able to capture the interest of the industry and users, but several strategic errors of IBM teamed up with Microsoft and allowed Windows 3.0 will prevail.…

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Making Movies with Pinnacle Studio 14 Ultimate

Pinnacle Studio 14 Ultimate, retailing at $99.99, is the most recent version of the company owned by Avid’s considerable line of software for content creation for video and audio PC partisans.  Pinnacle has always been steadfastly devoted to entry level consumers, and excludes the advanced mechanic editing characteristics of the luxury directed computer hardware optimizations that qualify others and Premiere Elements 8;  its concentration is definitely on a cleaner, more sensible interface.

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Should Web Designers Go to College?

Many employers seek web designers who have formal education and training. A degree or certificate can give you an extra edge when applying for a web designer position. Associate and bachelor’s degrees as well as diplomas and certificates, are available. Many employers prefer applicants who have a bachelor’s degree. The major employers in the field are marketing firms and advertising agencies. A lot of companies have their own web designers.

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