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catamount
22 min ago

I have an HP Chromebook 14, and I was wondering how to take a screenshot on it.

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omkar
48 min ago

Hi all ,I am Computer engineer . Don't have much interest in coding . I wanted to do MBA but could not . Currently I am working as a Quality Analyst(Manual...

alexgrossman
4 hours ago

 

Hello Experts,

 

I'm a basic computer user and don't know enough about those hecks. While moving from Windows 7 to...

blackdog
2 days ago

Bleep is a messaging app by Bit-Torrent that just had the alpha go live for anyone who wants to try it out. It’s main selling point is that if you want to...

bcastle
2 days ago

Something that I was recently exposed to when I upgraded my home TV from a 32” to a 60” screen is that some things that used to look pretty good on the...

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mandril
2 days ago

My knowledge psychology is pretty much limited to my psych 101 class as an undergrad, which is to say limited. I do remember the Skinner Box experiment,...

ehtan
2 days ago

I would like to give Ubuntu a try, but I’m not so dedicated to it to trying it that I’m willing to buy a new computer for it or install it instead of...

SilverHawk
2 days ago

How do you keep tabs on the voice quality of phone calls over a VoIP network? I occasionally hear complaints from customers about poor call quality, but...

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owen
2 days ago

What do you need to do to be able to run Android apps on a Chromebook? In light of how closely related Android and Chrome OSes are, it wouldn’t seem to be...

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mandril
2 days ago

I was asked to look at a relatives desktop because of a very noisy fan. When I opened it up, the case was full of dust and...stuff. To a degree, it is...

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