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Bio: Techvedic, a leading technical support enterprise, has been established with a core vision to simplify Information Technology and make its derivatives more purposeful and sensitive for individuals and businesses. Currently, we are serving offshore home and small-business consumers across the United States, Canada, Australia and the United Kingdom via online and on-site support modules. As per the latest record, we have served over 75, 000 customers in the U.K. and the U.S. and resolved more than 30, 000 complex technical cases across different technology platforms, and are growing exponentially. Initially, we ventured in the tech support industry with the remote support: phone support and email support; however, in tandem with the success, we have started In Home and In Store services, though available in selected areas as of now, to make deliverable flexible and prompt thereby giving privilege to consumers to leverage technology boons by mitigating hassles with instant tech support. We have also introduced Rigviews: a Web portal reviewing technology products (software and hardware) and services, and is active in the U.S.http://rigviews.comand Australia Techvedic Online Store service is also available in the U.K. and the U.S., and caters to the demand of home consumers. Besides featuring service programs, it houses tested and certified technology products, viz. ready-to-download software (operating system, application software, PC tune-up, etc.) and hardware (computers, printers, laptops, etc.), which can be shipped at destination address on consumers’ behest.

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  • I was surprised to see the news that included in the massive 18,000 job cuts is the elimination of XBox Entertainment Studios. I thought that Microsoft was “all in” on the XBox One, but this sure doesn’t look that way. What will this mean for XBox One owners over the life of the console?

    1 week 4 days ago

  • Since you already have a “Cloud Ready” printer, there isn’t too much more you will have to do. She is going to need two things for her iPhone and iPad - the Chrome browser and the PrintCentral Pro app (there are two versions on iTunes, one for iPhone and one for iPad, so make sure she gets both).

    2 weeks 2 days ago

  • Microsoft has announced that Windows 7 will enter Extended Support status in January 2015. How will this affect Windows 7 users? Will there be any changes as to the frequency of patches and updates?

    2 weeks 6 days ago

  • While I still hear complaints about Android fragmentation from time to time, it seems as if those complaints are much less common than they used to be. Am I just going deaf, or is fragmentation not as much of an issue as it used to be? If it isn’t, what’s changed?

    3 weeks 1 day ago

  • I’m not very familiar with OS X, and after setting up a network with a Windows 7 PCs and a Mac, the Mac doesn’t see the PC. When I look in the finder bar on the Mac, there is no PC icon, which is what a Google search told me to look for. How can I make the Mac recognize the PC so that it shows up in the finder bar?

    3 weeks 4 days ago

  • I don’t have information for every antivirus suite out there, but Tom’s Guide tested 5 popular free choices: Avast, AVG, Avira, Malwarebytes Anti-Malware Free, and Microsoft Windows Defender. The good news is that Windows Defender had very little impact on system performance, and bested the others in that respect.

    4 weeks 2 days ago

  • The official reason is that because YouTube is going to have a pay service that is ad free, and that if the indie labels don’t agree to be part of the paid service, it will put YouTube in a situation where a significant amount of music is available for free users, but paradoxically not for paying customers.

    4 weeks 2 days ago

  • No. When you send out the invitation, it includes a link for the other people to use. They simply click the link, they do not need to sign up for anything.

    4 weeks 4 days ago

  • The short version: the next version of Android with ART instead of Dalvik runtime load a little faster, run a little smoother and be slightly more power efficient for improved battery life, but at the cost of a little more space. 

    4 weeks 4 days ago

  • Fire 3.5 is a forked version of Android 4.2.2. That means two things in particular: it won’t support the latest LE Bluetooth devices, and it doesn’t have all of Google software, including maps.

    5 weeks 5 days ago

  • Can anyone point me towards a good explanation of SDN?

    5 weeks 5 days ago

  • Essentially, the Turing test requires a computer to fool a human into erroniously believing the computer is also a human 30% of the time while engaging in 5 minutes of keyboard conversation.   

    6 weeks 6 days ago

  • One change that announced at WWDC was that there would be a “family feature” with iOS 8, so that there aren’t all the problems associated with shared iCloud accounts. What problems, you ask? Kids deleting all of their parents business contacts, embarrassing photos of girlfriends/boyfriends syncing with parent devices.

    6 weeks 6 days ago

  • Here is a link to a complete set of instructions for set-up and troubleshooting the Chrome Remote Desktop app. The app is the first step. You can get it at the Chrome Web Store.

    7 weeks 3 days ago

  • I have a few videos up on YouTube that have tens of thousands of hits. I’m not greedy or anything, but I figure if anyone is going to make money off of my videos, I should get a piece of the pie. What do I need to do to become a YouTube Partner and monetize my videos?

    7 weeks 4 days ago

  • It's not too often I get one of those "I am living in an age of miracles" feelings, but when I learned that Skype has developed technology that translates multilingual conversations in near real-real time I certainly did.

    8 weeks 4 days ago

  • I understand that salted passwords are significantly more secure in the event of a data breach, but how do you actually go about "salting" passwords?

    8 weeks 5 days ago

  • I live in a very small town, so I know that my experience isn’t the same as someone in LA or New York, but I actually don’t know anyone that has had a smartphone stolen. I still support having a kill switch, just out of common sense. Nationwide In the US, how big of a problem is smartphone theft? Anyone know the numbers?

    9 weeks 6 days ago

  • Windows 8 uses something called “SuperFetch” and “ReadyBoost” to monitor your usage patterns and pre-fetch data that you are likely to use into memory. Thus, it increases performance because Windows doesn’t have to retrieve the data from your hard drive when it is needed.

    10 weeks 4 days ago

  • We have a number of HP printers that suddenly started displaying the message “Vote for Josh.” It is on our network, could someone have taken advantage of this to “hack” the display message. We don’t have a Josh at my office, by the way, so there are no obvious suspects.

    10 weeks 4 days ago

  • I’ve read that hot water cooling for data centers is superior to cold water cooling. This seems completely counterintuitive. How can hot water cooling be superior to cold water cooling?

    11 weeks 4 days ago

  • It’s a two part numbering system. The first digit indicates the number of speakers (for example, the 4 of 4.1), and the second number (.1) indicates that there is a subwoofer. So, 4.1 would mean there is a front left, front right, left surround, right surround, and a subwoofer. 5.1 would be the same except there would be a center channel.

    11 weeks 4 days ago

  • This is pretty easy on a Mac. First of all, launch preview (finder>applications>preview) and open the pdf file. Second, if thumbnails are visible, just click the thumbnail of the pdf you want to merge and drag it to the thumbnail of the pdf you want to merge it with and it will automatically be added to the end of the destination pdf.

    11 weeks 4 days ago

  • It’s a term created by Tim Wu, a Columbia law professor. It basically means that all traffic through the internet “pipes” gets treated the same, without preferential or negative interference by the ISPs. If you have 3 minutes to spare, there is a brilliant summary of the issue by CGP Grey on YouTube.

    12 weeks 3 hours ago

  • You will need to get an HDMI out adapter for the Wii, as well as an HDMI to DVI adapter and DVI cable. You can get the Wii HDMI adapter on Amazon for about $20, just search for “Wii HDMI adapter” and you should see them. Be aware that the audio might not sound great through these adapters, but this should get you up and running on a monitor.

    12 weeks 4 hours ago

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