• Which is better in terms of tools and ability to manipulate photos, and overall value based on cost, Photoshop CC or Paintshop Pro 2018?

    Best answer: Photoshop! Paintshop is not specifically a photo editor.
    Best answer: Photoshop! Paintshop is not specifically a photo editor.
    1 answer · Software · 2 days ago
  • Should I buy a mac extension or should I just build a PC?

    Best answer: You know as well as we do that to get a laptop that is capable of doing CPU intensive operations you'll have to lay out some substantial money and you'll most likely have excessive heat problems as the laptop get older due to internal dust and degradation of the thermal paste. You can easily build a desktop that will exceed... show more
    Best answer: You know as well as we do that to get a laptop that is capable of doing CPU intensive operations you'll have to lay out some substantial money and you'll most likely have excessive heat problems as the laptop get older due to internal dust and degradation of the thermal paste. You can easily build a desktop that will exceed what a laptop can do for a lot less money. In general if you compare the price of a laptop that has the capabilities you want and then compare the price of building a desktop of equivalent or better specs, you'll usually save about $300 by building the desktop if you shop for the parts individually. I'm a true desktop fan when it comes to performance. Laptops are okay for business, school, etc. but when you want a screaming machine then a high end desktop is the way to go. JMHO
    3 answers · Desktops · 3 weeks ago
  • Do stupid people google ****?

    Best answer: Well do you???
    Best answer: Well do you???
    2 answers · Google · 1 month ago
  • How to change this to an active voice?

    Best answer: Try: John is working overtime on a regular basis.
    Best answer: Try: John is working overtime on a regular basis.
    3 answers · Software · 1 month ago
  • Will this cpu cooler be enough?

    Best answer: That CPU runs at 3.7 to 4.3 Ghz. Putting that in a small case with only a small water cooler will never do. I seriously doubt that the cooler you've chosen will keep it PROPERLY cooled. My opinion is that the case will be too small with just that one fan and no additional fan mount places, and I'd suspect a small motherboard... show more
    Best answer: That CPU runs at 3.7 to 4.3 Ghz. Putting that in a small case with only a small water cooler will never do. I seriously doubt that the cooler you've chosen will keep it PROPERLY cooled. My opinion is that the case will be too small with just that one fan and no additional fan mount places, and I'd suspect a small motherboard like that will not have headers (connectors) for additional fans. I'd find another case, and mobo to support that CPU.
    3 answers · Desktops · 2 months ago
  • What will happen to minecraft after windows 10?

    Best answer: Win 10 is going to be around for a long time. Microsoft announced when it first came out that it was the last iteration of Windows that they would do. The idea is to keep the name and do updates to it several times a year. So don't look for a new operating system from Microsoft anytime soon.
    Best answer: Win 10 is going to be around for a long time. Microsoft announced when it first came out that it was the last iteration of Windows that they would do. The idea is to keep the name and do updates to it several times a year. So don't look for a new operating system from Microsoft anytime soon.
    3 answers · Software · 1 month ago
  • Slow external hard drive. help?

    Best answer: Just so you know, your hard drive is not empty. All the data that was there before you "formatted" the drive is actually still there. It's only been tagged "okay to overwrite this space". To actually delete all that data you need to "wipe" the drive. There are several programs out there that will do... show more
    Best answer: Just so you know, your hard drive is not empty. All the data that was there before you "formatted" the drive is actually still there. It's only been tagged "okay to overwrite this space". To actually delete all that data you need to "wipe" the drive. There are several programs out there that will do the job. If you have and use CCleaner you can actually wipe the drive using it. If you don't have it you can get it the FREE version at download.com Once it's installed simply open the program and click on the "Tools" icon on the left had side of the window. In the next window click on "Drive Wiper" in the list of things you can do. In the following window select the drive by clicking in the box next to the proper drive letter. e.g. C:\; or D:\; etc. When asked if you want to continue click on "Yes" and follow any further actions you need to take to launch the wiping function. NOTE: This is a very slow process because every bit on the hard drive has to be rewritten as a one (1) or a zero (0). The 1's and 0's are not code in any way and truly constitute a wipe once all the bits are changed to them. I'd guess that if you have a 1 TB hard drive that it will take around 12 hours or so to wipe. The best thing to do is let the wipe action occur over night by leaving your computer on. Hope this helps.
    1 answer · Software · 2 months ago
  • How can I save my touch-screen keyboard’s life???

    Best answer: Hold down the power button for 7 to 10 seconds and the computer will turn off. Give it a moment and then reboot it. Since it's a Word document it will not boot up as part of the boot routine. This should get you back to where you can work with your computer. Hope this helps!
    Best answer: Hold down the power button for 7 to 10 seconds and the computer will turn off. Give it a moment and then reboot it. Since it's a Word document it will not boot up as part of the boot routine. This should get you back to where you can work with your computer. Hope this helps!
    1 answer · Software · 2 months ago
  • Why is my computer fan increasing?

    Best answer: From what I've read about that Model Dell, it's pretty well known for it's noisy fans. That is not unusual when a desktop is being cooled by a minimal amount of fans. Take a look at the attached article about it. It doesn't appear that there are any spots in the case to add extra fans, and I'd doubt that the... show more
    Best answer: From what I've read about that Model Dell, it's pretty well known for it's noisy fans. That is not unusual when a desktop is being cooled by a minimal amount of fans. Take a look at the attached article about it. It doesn't appear that there are any spots in the case to add extra fans, and I'd doubt that the Motherboard even has additional fan headers to accommodate extra fans. This is kind of a crazy situation since an i7 can produce quite a bit of heat when it's working. One thing you could try is to see if you can find a water cooled fan that will work with the Dell CPU setup and case size. If the internal hardware is standard equipment you might consider buying a different case and move the hardware into it if the fan noise bugs you that badly. Those are the only two options that come to mind. Hope this helps some. Here's the article I looked at: https://www.pcmag.com/review/356700/dell...
    9 answers · Desktops · 2 months ago
  • Is there a way to backup a hard drive remotely?

    Best answer: The easiest way in my opinion is to use a docking station to mount your hard drive in. Of course you'll have to purchase a docking station but they are not expensive. The only major thing you'll need is a 2nd computer to use. The process would be to remove the hdd from your current computer. Plug the USB docking station into... show more
    Best answer: The easiest way in my opinion is to use a docking station to mount your hard drive in. Of course you'll have to purchase a docking station but they are not expensive. The only major thing you'll need is a 2nd computer to use. The process would be to remove the hdd from your current computer. Plug the USB docking station into the 2nd computer you are using and make sure it is turned on. Plug the hdd into the docking station. Watch the LED on the docking station as it normally will blink until your hdd is fully accessible. Once the led stops blinking you can access your hdd and burn your data to a DVD, flash drive, etc. Accessing the hdd in the docking station is no different than when you access the files/data in your external hdd. Hope this helps.
    4 answers · Software · 2 months ago
  • How to have Ethernet speed in a different room away from the modem?

    Best answer: If you are having problems receiving the signal from the modem, then you can simply purchase a wifi booster that will pick up the weak signal and rebroadcast it locally at a higher strength. If you don't happen to have wifi capabilities in your computer than you can purchase a wifi adapter that plugs into a USB port and will provide... show more
    Best answer: If you are having problems receiving the signal from the modem, then you can simply purchase a wifi booster that will pick up the weak signal and rebroadcast it locally at a higher strength. If you don't happen to have wifi capabilities in your computer than you can purchase a wifi adapter that plugs into a USB port and will provide wifi access. Hope this helps!
    2 answers · Computer Networking · 2 years ago
  • What is the best product for increasing internet signal strength?

    Best answer: A "range extender" will do the trick for you. It picks up a weak signal and rebroadcasts it at a much higher signal strength. You simple plug it into an electrical wall socket and does the rest. You can find them on amazon.com for around $20 to $25 or so. Check them out.
    Best answer: A "range extender" will do the trick for you. It picks up a weak signal and rebroadcasts it at a much higher signal strength. You simple plug it into an electrical wall socket and does the rest. You can find them on amazon.com for around $20 to $25 or so. Check them out.
    6 answers · Other - Internet · 3 months ago
  • I want gaming cabinet with 6 bay HDD Bay?

    Best answer: Go to Corsair.com and check them out. I have one of there cases that I spent $125 on about 6 years ago. Great cases and well designed for cable routing, HDD Raid, etc., etc., etc. Check them out.
    Best answer: Go to Corsair.com and check them out. I have one of there cases that I spent $125 on about 6 years ago. Great cases and well designed for cable routing, HDD Raid, etc., etc., etc. Check them out.
    3 answers · Laptops & Notebooks · 4 months ago
  • Which of these external hard drives on this website is best for gaming, solid state drives?

    Best answer: There not so pricey anymore. I'm seeing 480 GB SSD's for about $105 all the time now. Typically they were running close to $300 within the past year or so. However Mick is absolutely correct: it makes no sense to go with and external SSD unless your computer doesn't not support a 2nd internal drive if what you are looking... show more
    Best answer: There not so pricey anymore. I'm seeing 480 GB SSD's for about $105 all the time now. Typically they were running close to $300 within the past year or so. However Mick is absolutely correct: it makes no sense to go with and external SSD unless your computer doesn't not support a 2nd internal drive if what you are looking for is performance. The external SSD only makes sense if portability is a high priority.
    3 answers · Add-ons · 4 months ago
  • Solid State Computer Drive.?

    Best answer: In pure technical definition, yes it will. In practicality, you won't live long enough to have to worry about it. It takes so many cycles that it's not worth even worrying about. If you go on TechRepublic you should be able to do a search on SSD Lifespan or something of that sort and find their articles about it. show more
    Best answer: In pure technical definition, yes it will. In practicality, you won't live long enough to have to worry about it. It takes so many cycles that it's not worth even worrying about. If you go on TechRepublic you should be able to do a search on SSD Lifespan or something of that sort and find their articles about it.
    5 answers · Desktops · 4 months ago
  • Customize the size of the window for file attachments?

    Best answer: Try "stretching" the little window by moving your cursor to the corner of the little window and when it turns to a double headed arrow hold down the left mouse key and drag corner of the window outward to enlarge it. All four corners and all four side allow you to do this. Give it a try. Normally once you drag it to a size... show more
    Best answer: Try "stretching" the little window by moving your cursor to the corner of the little window and when it turns to a double headed arrow hold down the left mouse key and drag corner of the window outward to enlarge it. All four corners and all four side allow you to do this. Give it a try. Normally once you drag it to a size you like it will stay that size the next time you open the window. Good luck. Hope this helps.
    1 answer · Software · 4 months ago
  • Why hasn't anyone applied AI, IOT, and image recognition to make smart traffic signals?

    Best answer: Someday grasshopper, someday! Right now it's too massive of a task to do. AI and IOT are still in their infancy. It would make no sense to implement something like that with the relatively simple capabilities we have right now. AI needs to be improved in a major way, and the cost has to go way down. Who would you expect to pay... show more
    Best answer: Someday grasshopper, someday! Right now it's too massive of a task to do. AI and IOT are still in their infancy. It would make no sense to implement something like that with the relatively simple capabilities we have right now. AI needs to be improved in a major way, and the cost has to go way down. Who would you expect to pay for a system to do what you described, when it would need to be replaced in 5 years due to technology improvements. It is starting though. Look at the technology that is currently in new cars with lane departure warning, smart cruise control, etc., etc. and it's not only the automotive industry that's gotten the clue that technology needs to be implemented in all facets of society. So hang in there! Maybe what you're asking will be in place later in your lifetime.
    6 answers · Computer Networking · 5 months ago
  • Hey what happen IF i remove my foley catherer (urine tube) focibly?

    Best answer: You'll probably damage your urethra and you're not going to like that because it will be quite painful and will last several days. A foley uses a "water balloon" on the inside of your bladder to hold it in place. If you try to pull that through your urethra you likely do some severe damage either to the urethra or the... show more
    Best answer: You'll probably damage your urethra and you're not going to like that because it will be quite painful and will last several days. A foley uses a "water balloon" on the inside of your bladder to hold it in place. If you try to pull that through your urethra you likely do some severe damage either to the urethra or the sphincter muscle that holds your urine in your bladder. I would even think that on the severe side you could cause yourself to be incontinent permanently. It's simply not worth trying. I had to wear one for a week once and they are not fun. However, enduring the period you doctor recommends is the best policy.
    4 answers · Other - General Health Care · 5 months ago
  • I have an restraining order against my husband can he get in trouble for cyber bullying me on Facebook posting my name and cursing me out?

    Best answer: YEP!!! Generally a restraining order imposed on him states "no personal contact" between him and yourself. That does not only mean physically but phone, emails, texts, etc., etc., etc. If you have a lawyer involved then you should contact him/her and let them handle it legally.
    Best answer: YEP!!! Generally a restraining order imposed on him states "no personal contact" between him and yourself. That does not only mean physically but phone, emails, texts, etc., etc., etc. If you have a lawyer involved then you should contact him/her and let them handle it legally.
    10 answers · Law & Ethics · 11 months ago
  • Is it still possible to upgrade Windows 7 to Windows 10 for free? I've got a Windows 7 machine I'm ready to take the leap with finally?

    Best answer: The last I heard from the technical world is that the link still works to upgrade to Win 10 from Win 7 or Win 8.1. So don't wait any longer give it a try. If it doesn't work the first try give it multiple tries. I had an issue about 6 months ago where it wouldn't upgrade on the first try and it took 2 or 3 tries for it to... show more
    Best answer: The last I heard from the technical world is that the link still works to upgrade to Win 10 from Win 7 or Win 8.1. So don't wait any longer give it a try. If it doesn't work the first try give it multiple tries. I had an issue about 6 months ago where it wouldn't upgrade on the first try and it took 2 or 3 tries for it to upgrade the computer I was working on. Good luck, I hope it is still working.
    6 answers · Software · 6 months ago