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Deciphering SD Card Speed Ratings

Writen by Diane Ware - July 23, 2020 in Computers
If you’re confused about your SD card’s speed rating, you are not alone. With terms like speed rating, speed class, UHS speed class and video speed class, it can all get a bit confusing. The goal of this blog post is to help unravel most of this confusion. So, keep reading and we know you'll have a better understanding by the end of this article!   SD Card Sizes Before discussing any details about SD speed ratings, here are some of the SD cards you may encounter, curtesy of a...
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Windows 10 Will Now Have a Notification System for Updates

Writen by Diane Ware - June 26, 2020 in Computers
On May 29th, 2020, Microsoft started a new notification system for the Windows 10 May 2020 Update, also known as Windows 10 version 2004. Anyone who has a Windows 10 operating system on their computer is well aware of Microsoft’s periodic updates for Windows 10. Although many computer owners with Windows 10 seldom have issues with updates (and I would be one of those folks…so far!), many others do have issues. Things can go wrong. For instance, here is a
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8 Tech-Related Things to Do During the Quarantine

Writen by Diane Ware - April 21, 2020 in Software
These techie things to do during the quarantine, while you're mostly homebound, are for all ages. So, go ahead and check them out and hopefully there is one here you might really enjoy!   1. ABCya.com This site was founded in 2004 by a public school teacher, Alan Tortolani, who created his own computer games for his students. He decided to create a website, featuring these particular games, so people around the world could use them too. This
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Free Tools To Secure Your Computer

Writen by Diane Ware - March 09, 2020 in Computers
If you have a Windows operating system (OS) computer, we typically recommend using Windows Defender, which is currently included in Windows Security for Windows 10. Windows Security encompasses Virus & threat protection, Account protection, Firewall & network protection, App & browser control, Device security, Device performance & health, and Family options. If you have Windows 10, you can view each one of these separate controls by going to Settings->Update & Secur...
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Why you should definitely consider upgrading from Windows 7 to Windows 10

Writen by Diane Ware - February 10, 2020 in Software
Microsoft's support for Windows 7 came to an end on January 14th, 2020.  This does not therefore mean Windows 7 will stop working - it will still function like it always has.  However, Microsoft will no longer provide security updates or provide technical support for any issues that may arise with your use of Windows 7.  Before describing why this can be quite a serious situation for anyone still using Windows 7, it is best to know the typical lifecycle of most of Microsoft's products.  
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8 More Tech Disaster Pictures

Writen by Diane Ware - July 24, 2019 in Computers
1. ProTip: For best results, don't hammer your USB dongle into the port, until it becomes One with your computer... 2. What do you think of the new fish tank case? 3. From Reddit: “Customer said his phone wasn’t charging properly as the...
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iOS 13 Preview

Writen by Bryan Ware - June 07, 2019 in Software
Apple has announced the latest and greatest, iOS 13. Packed with many new features, here are a few we think you'll enjoy.  iOS 13 1. Dark Mode. - Go all in on lights out. Dark Mode introduces a dramatic new look for iPhone. Dark Mode is thoughtfully designed to make every element on the screen easier on your eyes and is seamlessly integrated throughout the system. And Dark Mode is simple to...
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The Mathematics Involved in 3D Game Programming - Matrices and Cartesian Vs. Homogeneous Coordinates

Writen by Diane Ware - April 10, 2019 in Programming
This blog article is a continuation on the mathematics involved in 3D programming. The last blog in this series was The Mathematics Involved in 3D Programming - Linear Algebra   I recently began studying more in depth on how matrices are involved in 3D programming. One particularly interesting aspect of this is the use of matrices for perspective (and other situations) in 3D graphics.    ...
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