Choosing the right notebook computer isn’t even remotely challenging as some people make it out to be. Without solid understanding of the category you might purchase something which does not meet your needs perfectly, but you don’t have to be an expert to understand the difference between a variety of models. Just following several steps you’ll be able to choose a mini netbook that will run your software and applications with decent speed.
1. Do not purchase a netbook until you want a netbook. A lot of people make this basic mistake; never let it happen to you. Think if you have any software program that requires extra display surface or unmatched processing power to run well. Latest video games, design software package and scientific applications are a couple of the areas these tiny laptops do not shine in. Read the rest of this entry »
Very first thing you need to do when purchasing any laptop is to check its technical specifications. These should be listed with the product being purchased, but when they are not, search the specific laptop computer and model number in a internet search engine such as Yahoo!, Google or Bing and find the manufacturers website or simply a information page. Depending on what you need to do with your laptop, you’ll want to choose the best features to suit you. Read the rest of this entry »
There are great number of peripherals to take into account when buying a new personal PC. It is usually difficult to find the best piece of equipment to suit your situation, since new technologies become available and desktop PC manufacturers enhance their products. If you’re looking for a standard desktop computer you have to be looking to spend a maximum of $300. Needless to say, this is if you currently have a monitor, keyboard set and mouse to use with it. If you’re looking for a much better personal computer equipped to handle more advanced software, you’re likely to be spending anything as much as $1500 and more. Here’s some tips about what to look for when making your final decision. Read the rest of this entry »
Packard Bell Liberty Tab G100 Tablet Bilgisayar Ürün Detayları
|İşlemci||1 GHZ Dual-core|
|Sistem Belleği||1 GB DDR2 SDRAM|
|Ağ Kartı||Ethernet LAN 10/100|
|Sabit Disk||16 GB|
|Batarya||10 saate kadar batarya ömrü|
|Ekran||10.1″ Active Matrix TFT Renkli Dokunmatik LCD ekran|
|İşletim Sistemi||Android 3|
|Ekran Boyutu||10.1 inç – 260 x 14.5 x 179mm (WDH)|
|Geliştirilmiş Portlar||2 x USB, Kulaklık ve mikrofon girişi|
|Açıklama||Wireless LAN (802.11b/g), Web Kamera, Bluetooth|
Toshiba NB250-10E Mini Netbook Ürün Detayları
|İşlemci||Intel Atom işlemci N455 (1.66 GHz, 512 KB L2 cache, 667 MHZ FSB|
|Sistem Belleği||1 GB DDR3 RAM (1066 MHz) – Max. 2 GB|
|Ekran Kartı||Mobile Intel GMA HD, max. 250 MB’a kadar grafik belleği|
|Ağ Kartı||Ethernet LAN 10/100|
|Sabit Disk||250 GB (5.400 rpm) Seri ATA HDD|
|Batarya||Li-Ion, 4,30 saate kadar batarya ömrü|
|Ekran||10.1″ LED arka ışık teknolojisine sahip Toshiba TruBrite® WSVGA TFT ekran (1,024×600)|
|İşletim Sistemi||Windows 7 Starter Edition|
|Ekran Boyutu||10.1 inç|
|Geliştirilmiş Portlar||3 x USB 2.0, Kulaklık ve mikrofon girişi|
|Açıklama||Wireless LAN (802.11b/g), VGA Web Kamerası|
Acer Ethos Serisi en yeni teknolojileri sofistike bir pakette isteyen seçici müşteriler için tasarlanmıştır. Birinci sınıf multimedya merkezi, yüksek çözünürlüklü ev sineması deneyimini ultra gerçek görseller, profesyonelce ayarlanmış akustik ve en son teknolojiye sahip denetimler ile birlikte sunar. Read the rest of this entry »
Summer starts in the northern hemisphere in June, so it seems like a particularly good time to talk about cooling and how it affects your personal computer system. Even those of you in the southern hemisphere will want to pay attention to this one. After all, cooling your CPU is a year-round concern!
Electricity generates heat. Inside your case, all of the internal components are using electricity and potentially turning every kilowatt hour into heat. PCs are generally designed to deal with heat at most normal levels. Your case has vents for dispelling heat buildup, your system has one or more fans to exchange the heated air inside the case for cooler air and your CPU probably has a special heat sink or fan of its own just to help keep it sufficiently cooled. Read the rest of this entry »
Establish a regular maintenance schedule. Very much like brushing your teeth consistently to prevent tooth decay, you can minimize computer problems by keeping your personal computer on a regular effective maintenance plan.
Take Out the Papers and the Trash
Delete old, unnecessary items. Old e-mail files and folders can clutter your computer, eating valuable disk space. Deleting those files that you don’t need will free up more space for important items that you access regularly. You may want to pay particular attention to the items in your temporary file (the Windows file that temporarily saves Web site downloads and other data). You may not realize it, but they can fill up your hard drive fairly quickly – especially if you’re a frequent Web surfer. To check your temporary file, open the “Windows” folder, then double-click on “Temp.” Your temporary files will be listed. From there you can determine which files you can delete or keep. Read the rest of this entry »
So you’re ready to put a network in at home. You have a couple of computers that need to share a printer, or a broadband Internet connection, and you’re looking to get it set up. You may have wondered about wireless networking, or Wi-Fi (Wireless fidelity). It seems to be all the rage. Everyone is doing it; from Starbucks to hospitals, wireless networking is growing in popularity.
What you need to know about wireless technology is pretty straightforward. Basically, wireless networking is just the ability to utilize standard networking protocols (like TCP/IP) without a cable plugged into your computer. It allows your computer to communicate with the network using radio signals instead.
As of this time there are two primary specifications of wireless that you may want to use: 802.11a/g and 802.11b. Read the rest of this entry »
So you’ve devised a personal backup strategy. Maybe you’ve even implemented your plan. But now you want to check to make sure you’re really backing up everything you should.
Or perhaps you’re planning to install a new hard drive and you want to make sure that you cover everything you need for a smooth transition. Can you do a backup so complete that you don’t have to reinstall windows?
We aim to please here at Focus on PC Support. I’ve provided some checklists for various types of backups and some considerations that you can use to apply them for your personal backup needs. Read the rest of this entry »