Those air vents on your computer might give the system an aggressive look, but they’re not just for show. This is where cool air gets pulled into your computer and blown over the internal components before being expelled from the rear or side. The electrical components in a computer generate heat, and fans inside the computer help move the air to keep the components cooled to normal operating temperatures. Inadequate cooling can cause excess heat which forces the fan to run constantly, can damage components, and limit the speed of the CPU. One of the common causes of the excessive heat is clogged vents which will prevent your air cooling scheme from working.
An often overlooked but useful feature of Windows is the inbuilt calculator. Windows has included a Calculator since version 1.0. The latest versions of Windows, version 7 and 8 share the same calculator functionality.
The South Australian Government along the Adelaide City Council are planning to deploy outdoor Wi-Fi across the Adelaide city centre by the end of 2013.
More people are moving to monitor arms for their computer systems – and for good reason. Monitors can take up valuable space on a desk while a well designed monitor arm (that is typically clamped to the back of the desk) will save desk space and help reduce clutter. Most importantly, monitor arms allow monitors to be positioned at the ergonomically correct height for the individual.
Google is by far the most popular search engine on the Internet, used by millions around the world. But did you know you can make your search queries more efficient by using tricks provided by Google to quickly find what you require? Here are some of the interesting tricks to try;
The Windows key, which is usually located at the bottom left hand corner of most PC keyboards, is a very useful shortcut key. Use it to improve your efficiency and save time.