• How do I get the menu bar back on IE with windows 10?

    Click right below the URL address (e.g. https://google.com) in an open area. A menu appears to choose from. Click on the term: Menu Bar. The menu bar will appear right below the area you right clicked in. Hope this helps!
    Click right below the URL address (e.g. https://google.com) in an open area. A menu appears to choose from. Click on the term: Menu Bar. The menu bar will appear right below the area you right clicked in. Hope this helps!
    4 answers · Software · 1 day ago
  • Hi! My mom is making me choose between a camera or a laptop. Which one is more useful worth buying?

    So how do you think you can do all the work that college requires of you on a camera??? Wouldn't you automatically think the the tool you really need is the laptop... Just sayin' ! Why is there even this question?
    So how do you think you can do all the work that college requires of you on a camera??? Wouldn't you automatically think the the tool you really need is the laptop... Just sayin' ! Why is there even this question?
    4 answers · Laptops & Notebooks · 3 days ago
  • Why do some of Amazon's tablets have lower resolution screens?

    Best answer: The cheap tablets get the cheap "screens"! It's as simple as that.
    Best answer: The cheap tablets get the cheap "screens"! It's as simple as that.
    5 answers · Other - Hardware · 4 days ago
  • My wireless logitech g602 mouse went unresponsive, how can i fix this?

    Try it on a different computer and see if it's recognized and if it works. If it doesn't work on either computer then it is probably broken for one reason or another. Also, did it come with a DVD with a driver that needed to be installed? If it did then reinstall the driver on your computer. Drivers can get corrupted by several means so... show more
    Try it on a different computer and see if it's recognized and if it works. If it doesn't work on either computer then it is probably broken for one reason or another. Also, did it come with a DVD with a driver that needed to be installed? If it did then reinstall the driver on your computer. Drivers can get corrupted by several means so it doesn't hurt to reinstall the driver for it. Good luck.
    3 answers · Add-ons · 4 days ago
  • How to permanently disable my laptop keyboard?

    You can easily remove and replace the keyboard is you'd like to fix your laptop. If you look along the top edge of the keyboard "frame" you'll see 3 or 4 tabs that are about 1/4" wide. Those tabs hold the keyboard in place. To release the keyboard you'll need to use something sharp maybe an Xacto knife or something... show more
    You can easily remove and replace the keyboard is you'd like to fix your laptop. If you look along the top edge of the keyboard "frame" you'll see 3 or 4 tabs that are about 1/4" wide. Those tabs hold the keyboard in place. To release the keyboard you'll need to use something sharp maybe an Xacto knife or something along that line, and lift the top left hand corner a little. While it's lifted use a small flat blade screwdriver and push down and towards yourself on the first tab and it should release. Hold the left corner up with your hand. Do the same with the remaining tabs and release them all. Once they're all released, the keyboard will lift out but there is a flat printed circuit cable attached to the bottom of the keyboard and is attached to a connector on the laptop framework. You'll have to release the connector from the laptop to fully lift out the keyboard. You can find a replacement keyboard for your make and model of laptop on amazon.com Most keyboards are under $20. I recently replaced on for $11 purchase price and $5 to ship it. You can also look at the Service Manual for your laptop on the manufacturers web page and find the exact keyboard model number and buy that model or a replacement model. Hope this helps!
    4 answers · Laptops & Notebooks · 7 days ago
  • Do ISP have issues with VPN's?

    Why not call the ISP and ask them directly??? I don't know what your rationale is for wanting to use a VPN so badly but there's nothing wrong with asking the people who can answer your question. AT&T isn't even in the area I live in so I'd have no idea how to answer you question as I'd suspect would be the case for many others... show more
    Why not call the ISP and ask them directly??? I don't know what your rationale is for wanting to use a VPN so badly but there's nothing wrong with asking the people who can answer your question. AT&T isn't even in the area I live in so I'd have no idea how to answer you question as I'd suspect would be the case for many others who read your question. You sound like you think that a VPN is a taboo thing to AT&T...
    8 answers · Computer Networking · 1 week ago
  • Has the internet ruined society????

    ... DUH where do you think you are/were when you posted this question?
    ... DUH where do you think you are/were when you posted this question?
    10 answers · Other - Internet · 1 week ago
  • Is your internet ip address different then your computer ip address?

    You have one IP address. You can't do anything to it, or with it. It's just a number that identifies your modem and location to your ISP. The only thing you can find out about an IP address is the general location as in the general neighborhood that it is in. You cannot find out an address, house location, or the name of the person(s)... show more
    You have one IP address. You can't do anything to it, or with it. It's just a number that identifies your modem and location to your ISP. The only thing you can find out about an IP address is the general location as in the general neighborhood that it is in. You cannot find out an address, house location, or the name of the person(s) it's assigned to unless you are a law enforcement agency with a court order directing your ISP to reveal that info. And as far as I know the only law enforcement agency that can get a court order for that info is the FBI. What I'd love to know why so many of you people are so fascinated with IP addresses! Explain that to me would you !!!
    7 answers · Computer Networking · 1 week ago
  • Question concerning the 2010 model hp dv6t entertainment ( ones with i7)?

    Answer regarding the 2010 model of hp dv6t entertainment ( ones with i7)? ... does this answer make as much sense as your question?
    Answer regarding the 2010 model of hp dv6t entertainment ( ones with i7)? ... does this answer make as much sense as your question?
    1 answer · Laptops & Notebooks · 1 week ago
  • I have an external harddrive that doesn't turn on at all when plugged in. Can I rescue the data with software or do I need to pay a service?

    Try plugging it into a different power source. Use a different power connector such as one off of a DVD drive just to see if the drive spins up. It could be a power problem in the connector you are using.
    Try plugging it into a different power source. Use a different power connector such as one off of a DVD drive just to see if the drive spins up. It could be a power problem in the connector you are using.
    3 answers · Add-ons · 2 weeks ago
  • Is there a free version of a program similar to Microsoft's Word somewhere I can download? Not word pad just something functional?

    Here's a whole suite of FREE Office type programs. It's FREE and it's a good substitute for Microsoft Office. Here's the link to the download site: https://www.openoffice.org/ Hope this helps!
    Here's a whole suite of FREE Office type programs. It's FREE and it's a good substitute for Microsoft Office. Here's the link to the download site: https://www.openoffice.org/ Hope this helps!
    11 answers · Software · 2 weeks ago
  • Computer problem :(?

    Old computer used Motherboards that required RAM to be installed possibly in pairs and in specific slots. For example assume the MoBo has 4 RAM slots identified as slots 0000, 0001, 0002, and 0003. Typically the first pair of RAM should be installed in slots 0000 and 0002 and the second pair in 0001 and 0003. So try to use RAM sticks that you can... show more
    Old computer used Motherboards that required RAM to be installed possibly in pairs and in specific slots. For example assume the MoBo has 4 RAM slots identified as slots 0000, 0001, 0002, and 0003. Typically the first pair of RAM should be installed in slots 0000 and 0002 and the second pair in 0001 and 0003. So try to use RAM sticks that you can pair with another stick based on the type and speed of the RAM. Another thing you should do is get the Brand and model number of the Motherboard off the board and do a google search on that info to see if you can find the User's Manual for that MoBo. The manual would tell you exactly how the RAM must be installed and what types of RAM the MoBo will recognize. Just because you have several sticks of RAM doesn't mean the MoBo will recognize and let them run properly. RAM errors are high among the failure modes of old computers so you may be seeing those kinds of problems. Get that manual and go from there!!! Hope this helps.
    5 answers · Other - Hardware · 2 weeks ago
  • Can I downgrade from Windows 10 to Windows 7 with an install disk?

    The last I knew you could but I'm not sure that you still can. If you want to give it a try, here's how to do it. >>>>>>>>>> Win 10 – Revert Back to Win 7 or Win 8.1 Microsoft has made it surprisingly easy to return your PC to Win 7 or Win 8.1, as long as you do it within one month of upgrading to Windows... show more
    The last I knew you could but I'm not sure that you still can. If you want to give it a try, here's how to do it. >>>>>>>>>> Win 10 – Revert Back to Win 7 or Win 8.1 Microsoft has made it surprisingly easy to return your PC to Win 7 or Win 8.1, as long as you do it within one month of upgrading to Windows 10. A file stored on the C:\ drive called “Windows.old” contains the files needed to return to your previous operating system. After a month, that file is automatically deleted to save hard disk space. To uninstall Win 10 within the first month perform the following steps. 1. Click on the Win 10 icon in the lower left hand corner of your monitor/screen to get to the Win 10 START MENU. 2. Click on SETTINGS. 3. From the resulting Settings Window choose UPDATE and SECURITY. 4. Click on RECOVERY. You’ll be given the option to “go back” to Win 7 or Win 8.1 depending on what you had previously. 5. Click GET STARTED. Your previous version of Windows will then be restored and Windows 10 will be gone. NOTE: If you wait longer than a month you can still revert back to Win 7 or Win 8.1 but you’ll have to do it the tedious way by using your Win 7 or 8 Installation Disks or by downloading a copy of your previous Operating System from Microsoft. Either method wipes out any data or programs you’ve accumulated since you installed Win 7/8 or purchased your computer. To download your old operating system you’ll need the “Product Key” to prove to Microsoft that you’re entitled to do so. The product key will be on a Certificate of Authenticity sticker on the outside of the PC or in the CD/DVD case that the Windows software came in. For help finding it see tinyurl.com/nch3av6. For details on downloading old versions of Windows see tinyurl.com/knfxe3b for Win 7, or tinyurl.com/bkpy97u for Win 8.1. <<<<<<<<<< Copy and paste this process into, Word, Notepad, etc. so you can print it out. These instructions are from 2015. Hope this helps.
    3 answers · Software · 2 weeks ago
  • Wow, forgot how bad YA is. They do like to make you feel stupid.?

    Most areas have a medical call help line. You should look into it in your area and put that number into you phone/address book. Also, you could have simply gone to the hospital and go to the urgent care department and not the emergency department if you truly questioned that you had serious issues going on. AND, on a third note, why in hell would... show more
    Most areas have a medical call help line. You should look into it in your area and put that number into you phone/address book. Also, you could have simply gone to the hospital and go to the urgent care department and not the emergency department if you truly questioned that you had serious issues going on. AND, on a third note, why in hell would you pose medical questions that you truly need an honest answer to here on Yahoo Answers???? Many people like myself like to give folks honest and helpful answers but for every one of us, there are at least 10 or more trolls that simply want to harm you in some way, and you've shown in this latest question that you completely know it. This isn't really an issue about the answers you get, it's really an issue of you going to the completely wrong place for important answers regarding your personal health. So don't completely blame Yahoo Answers because you know many of the answers you get are unreliable. JMHO !!!!
    4 answers · Other - Internet · 2 weeks ago
  • Should i get a 21.5 inch monitor or a 24/23 inch monitor?

    The 24.
    The 24.
    4 answers · Monitors · 2 weeks ago
  • The only connection for my internet modem is on the first floor living room. Can a new connection for the modem be installed upstairs?

    You don't say if your computer has wifi capability or not but if it does here's a simple solution. Go on amazon.com and do a search for a Wifi Range Extender. It a simple unit. You just plug it into a electrical wall socket upstairs and it picks up the wife signal from your modem and boosts the signal and rebroadcasts it. They work great... show more
    You don't say if your computer has wifi capability or not but if it does here's a simple solution. Go on amazon.com and do a search for a Wifi Range Extender. It a simple unit. You just plug it into a electrical wall socket upstairs and it picks up the wife signal from your modem and boosts the signal and rebroadcasts it. They work great and typically have a range of around 300 feet. Hope this helps.
    5 answers · Computer Networking · 2 weeks ago
  • Is it ok for my GPU to idle at around 99 degrees C average?

    Best answer: NO !!! That is over 200 degrees F. Your GPU will most likely stop working at some point. It simply cannot live very long at those temps. Check the interface between your cooler and the GPU ... it may be as simple as removing the old thermal paste and applying fresh thermal paste. Also make sure that the cooler is firmly held down on... show more
    Best answer: NO !!! That is over 200 degrees F. Your GPU will most likely stop working at some point. It simply cannot live very long at those temps. Check the interface between your cooler and the GPU ... it may be as simple as removing the old thermal paste and applying fresh thermal paste. Also make sure that the cooler is firmly held down on the GPU. It sounds like no cooling or insufficient cooling to me.
    4 answers · Laptops & Notebooks · 2 weeks ago
  • How do i eject cd from e drive?

    Here's a sure fire mechanical way to open it. Take a large paper clip and straighten out the first bend of the paper clip so that you have a piece of strong wire. The entire paper clip is about 3.5" long with one loop still present. Now look closely at the front panel of your DVD drive; look near the close/open button you will find a... show more
    Here's a sure fire mechanical way to open it. Take a large paper clip and straighten out the first bend of the paper clip so that you have a piece of strong wire. The entire paper clip is about 3.5" long with one loop still present. Now look closely at the front panel of your DVD drive; look near the close/open button you will find a small hole. Use the straightened part of the paper clip and put it straight into the hole until you feel resistance. Push in a bit harder and you should feel and hear the disk release. Push straight in further and the drive will open enough so you can pull it open. Simply pull it open all the way. This does not hurt the drive in any way and is the fail safe way to get your disk back if the drive doesn't open normally. Hope this helps!
    3 answers · Other - Hardware · 2 weeks ago
  • My computer doesn´t run games like it should?

    Your processor should handle many of today's game. At 3.5 GHz normal operating and up to 4.0 GHz in turbo it should perform just fine. My suspicion is that you have a lot of programs on your computer and most of them may be "booting up" when you start your computer. It's very common that software manufacturers write boot files... show more
    Your processor should handle many of today's game. At 3.5 GHz normal operating and up to 4.0 GHz in turbo it should perform just fine. My suspicion is that you have a lot of programs on your computer and most of them may be "booting up" when you start your computer. It's very common that software manufacturers write boot files for their software so that it's ready to go if you click on the icon. That allows it to open up quite fast as opposed to have to wait for it to boot up. So what you need to do is shut most of them off. I only run my antivirus and one other malware protection program at start up. I don't allow things like Microsoft Office, Adobe Reader, etc. etc. to boot up. All of those programs eat computing resources so they need to be shut off. Here's how: Right click in an open area of the Task Bar. A window appears. Click on Task Manager and a new window will open. Click on the Startup tab at the top of the window. This will show you a listing of all items that are in the boot up menu and also shows whether they are "enabled" to boot up or not. To disable an item simply left click on it once to hilight it and then click on Disable in the lower right hand corner of the screen. Do this for all items that you don't need running at boot up. I recommend that you only allow protection programs to run at boot up. It really doesn't take that long to click on an icon on your desktop to open it. Once you're done disabling items close the windows and then reboot the pc. You should notice a quicker boot up, and hopefully your games will run better without overheating your CPU. Hope this helps!!!
    4 answers · Laptops & Notebooks · 2 weeks ago