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aiden
1 min ago

I need to reball a GPU. Which is the better choice for solder, leaded or lead free?

Aryton
54 min ago

First off, I’m not sure that this is really necessary, but even if it isn’t, it seems like a pretty easy dose of snake oil compared to the cost of a battery...

TheCount
1 hour ago

How do I kill an unresponsive tab without closing the Chrome browser completely? It doesn’t happen often, but once in a while, I’ll have a website that...

catamount
14 hours ago

I need to format an SD card to FAT32, and was wondering if I can do that with my Chromebook. It has an option to “format device” but it doesn’t allow you to...

JOiseau
21 hours ago

Is there a way to play YouTube videos in slow motion? There has to be a better way than my “rapidly pause and unpause” method, which doesn’t work very well...

Tags: slow motion, youtube |
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blackdog
21 hours ago

How can I find which VPSs don’t keep logs?

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nchristine
21 hours ago

Type-C USB connectors, which among other improvements will be reversible (finally!), were announced early this year. I haven’t heard anything in a long time...

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MrsMith
21 hours ago

My daughter copied a lot of music and photos from a flash drive onto our family PC a couple of days ago, and it has been running slowly ever since. Even...

dvarian
21 hours ago

I am looking at a new 2.5” HDD for a laptop, and am trying to choose between two different designs - a conventional 7200rpm drive or a 5400rpm hybrid SSD....

Tags: HDD, Hybrid Drive, SSD |
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mstrauss
21 hours ago

IE has been running really slowly for me over the past week or so, and apparently it was caused by recent patches and updates. How can I find the hotfixes...

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Amazon.com is hoping to attract more consumers from China, with a new agreement that will let the U.S. e-commerce company bring millions of products from its international sites to the country as imported goods.
A type of body scanner in wide use across U.S. airports through last year fails to spot well-concealed weapons including guns and knives, computer security researchers contend.
A modified version of Android uses a system of modularized plugins to help make sure the latest security tools make it into the hands of end users as quickly as possible.
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