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replied the topic About google adsense created by Deddy 463 days ago

Google Adsense is a CPC (cost-per-click) advertising program that allows publishers (anyone wanting to put ads on their websites) to insert a small amount of HTML into their sites and have ads appear that are targeted and relevant to the content of the site.
The good news is that Adsense is about the easiest way for bloggers or webmasters to start making money with their sites. After installing the ad code in your site, the Adsense spiders will crawl your site to see what all your pages are about.

They then check their inventory of ads and put related ads next to each of your articles. This works out well for everyone as someone reading an article on gardening is much more likely to buy gardening tools than someone who is reading an article about car tires.
So, how does Adsense work? It starts with the advertisers who choose which keywords they would like to advertise on. Let’s suppose I want to advertise my new line of gardening tools that I just created. I would bid on certain keywords like “gardening, gardening tools, tillers, pulling weeds, etc”

The Adsense spiders would then match my ads up with :

Those specific keywords that people type into Google and display them to the top and right of the search results
Websites (like yours) that display adsense ads.
The adsense folks will send out Robots to crawl your site to see what all your content is about. If they find that you have content that has some of the same keywords that I (as the advertiser bid for) then my ads will show up on your site next to your article about gardening tools.

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replied the topic Best video play with low battery usage for wndows ? created by AAA1992 463 days ago

Tested: VLC vs. Windows 10 video player. The winner may surprise you.

A midrange test laptop

For my testing platform, I picked Toshiba’s new Radius 12 running Windows 10. The laptop gave me Intel’s latest Skylake CPU, a moderately sized battery, and, with its 4K panel, the low end of run time. I actually wanted a laptop with a modest battery life rather than, say, Microsoft’s Surface Book, which can take half a day to zero. Even if another laptop has a larger battery, or a smaller screen, however, I believe the results should scale.

The test conditions

I know from the excellent testing that’s Tim Schiesser ran two years ago that lower resolution and lower bit rate increases battery life. For my test, I wanted to keep the video expectations very high, so I used the same 6GB UltraHD 4K Tears of Steel video (open-source) that I used in my MacBook Pro 13 vs. Surface Book shootout. It’s a 74.4Mbps .MOV file with a resolution of 3840x1714, encoded in H.264 using the high 5.1 profile.

The screen was set at a relatively bright 260 nits (as close as I could get to 250) and the audio was on. I even used the same Samsung earbuds as I did with the MacBook Pro 13 vs. Surface Book shootout.

All of the testing was done on Windows 10 before the TH2 patch was released, and in airplane mode. Besides manually setting the screen brightness, all of the testing was also done with the default power settings for the OS.

Battery life was measured using an external, self-powered USB probe that logged when power was supplied to the USB port. Each run drained the battery until the laptop could no longer be powered on.

The results

For many people, the results will be surprising. Most people “in the know” skip the default options for their video player of choice because other settings are “better” or more “efficient.” My results disprove this from a battery-life aspect

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replied the topic Best antivirus?????? created by dongbin 463 days ago

Bitdefender Total Security 2018 is a comprehensive security package for Windows, Mac OS and Android (iOS coming soon), all managed from a central web portal. Its core technology regularly scores top marks in independent tests, and it now offers features that will protect users from new and emerging threats, such as ransomware.

replied the topic Memory usage is always over 75% (8GB RAM) created by Gtorok 497 days ago

Page file does not slow down your system.
To enhance performance, it is good practice to put the paging file on a different partition and on a different physical hard disk drive. That way, Windows can handle multiple I/O requests more quickly.
Check with this option:
Change the size of virtual memory


replied the topic Cannot create New Folder created by Mikey 497 days ago

Where exactly are you trying to create a new folder? Is it somewhere in the C drive or on the desktop?
However, you may follow the steps below and let us know the result.

Step 1
Try to use command prompt and try to create a new folder and check if you can create one.
To do this, follow the steps below:
1. Click on Start.
2. In the start search box type CMD and press enter.
3. Type cd.. and press enter, repeat cd.. and press enter until you get c:
4. Now, type the following in the command prompt:mkdir folderName
Here, folderName will be the desired folder name
5. Check if the folder is created in C drive

Step 2
Access the link below and follow the steps suggested by Linda YanonMonday, May 24, 2010 8:38 AM and check if it helps you fix the issue.

Step 3
If the above steps fail perform a system restore on your computer and check if it helps you create a new folder

To restore the operating system to an earlier point in time, follow these steps:
1. Click Start, type system restore in the Start Search box, and then click System Restore in the Programs list.
If you are prompted for an administrator password or confirmation, type your password or click Continue.
2. In the System Restore dialog box, click Choose a different restore point, and then click on Next.
3. In the list of restore points, click a restore point that was created before you began to experience the issue, and then click on Next.
4. Click Finish.

The computer restarts, and the system files and settings are returned to the state that they were in at the time that the restore point was created.

Access the link below to know about system restore:

Hope this helps. Let us know the results.

Thanks and Regards,

replied the topic Freeze ups and slow downs created by mcmc1012 502 days ago

While there are numerous potential issues that can cause your laptop to freeze, there are three that are both most common, and also account for the vast majority of stalls and stutters. The good news is that these are also the easiest for the average user to address.

The first cause is physical—laptops will often (somewhat paradoxically) freeze when overheated. Whether it's dust built up in the chassis and vents or a blanket preventing airflow, rising temperatures can put the kibosh on your late night project or marathon Netflix session faster than you can say toasted leg syndrome.

The second frequent freezer is insufficient memory. A laptop's RAM is much like the working memory of the brain, used to hold data short term while it's accessed for a variety of programs and functions. Run out of RAM and you'll find yourself running into issues, including slowdowns in performance, stuttering during processor-intensive tasks, and even full blown lockups and blue screens.

The third and final cause of laptop catatonia can be loosely labelled "software problems." This is a big umbrella that encompasses everything from BIOS changes to software bugs to malware and viruses.

Immediate Actions
Whatever the root cause may be, when you're staring down a paralytic PC, the initial steps to take are the same. First, try to close the offending program. If only one program is having issues, closing it will often temporarily solve the problem. But closing the program may be more difficult than just clicking the X in the corner.

If a program is unresponsive, try closing it through the Task Manager. You probably already know that you can access this tool by pressing Ctrl+Alt+Del, but for a quicker route, you can also use Ctrl+Shift+Esc.

If your laptop won't even let you do that, then it's time for a hard reset. On most laptops, you can do this by pressing and holding the power button for a few seconds longer than usual—just hold the button until the device powers off. If this doesn't work, you may need to do it the hard way—by disconnecting the AC connection and removing the battery.

The next thing to do is check is the temperature of the laptop. While most people don't have a Fluke IR thermometer handy, the touch test is usually sufficient. Feel the laptop chassis, but be careful, because it may be hot to the touch or even hot enough to burn. Hotspots are common around the vents and hinge, and on the underside of the system. Also do a visual inspection of the vents. If there is anything obstructing airflow, the heat buildup may be causing the problem.

replied the topic Svchost.exe high data Internet usage in windows 10. what should I do? created by AAA1992 502 days ago

That being said, Service Host(svchost.exe) is a generic service hosting container. Any number of required system services can be running in them, so I would not get rid of them. You can use Process Explorer to determine what services are running in the host container. My guess is it's Windows Update or BITS running. You can also verify if Windows Update is downloading anything with the following.

Press the ⊞ Win key type powershell, right click powershell and select Run As Administrator
In powershell type Get-BitsTransfer -AllUsers
If you see any job listed as Transfering then your computer is downloading an update. Queued indicates a download that will start soon

Background Intelligent Transfer service is used to download windows updates. If you disable it then you won't get updates.
It is designed to run during idle time and only utilizes unused bandwidth, so it shouldn't hinder any foreground applications.

replied the topic Non deframmenta, anzi mi ha riempito il disco di frammenti. created by Biobba2015 502 days ago

Se il vostro computer è in esecuzione più lenta in questi giorni, o si blocca quando si hanno troppi programmi in esecuzione, potrebbe essere necessario riorganizzare il disco rigido. Anche se il computer funziona senza problemi in questo momento, è ancora utile conoscere tutte le tecniche di spazio di archiviazione è possibile utilizzare per assicurarsi che il computer è pulito, e facile da navigare e in essa le migliori condizioni possibili. Prima di iniziare, dare un'occhiata lo spazio su disco corrente si sta utilizzando e quanto spazio su disco che avete a disposizione.

Vai su "Risorse del computer"

(Utenti PC) Fare clic destro su "Unità C"

Vai a "Proprietà"

Nella scheda Generale, si dovrebbe dare grafico a torta e le informazioni sulla quantità di spazio libero disponibile sul disco rigido. Se lo spazio libero è inferiore al vostro spazio utilizzato, è importante che ti assicuri si sta massimizzando le prestazioni del computer pulendo il disco. Ecco una lista dei dieci modi per ripulire, organizzare e salvare spazio sul disco rigido del computer.

1. Salvare spazio sul disco rigido: Disk Clean Up
2. Conservare e organizzare spazio sul disco rigido: Defrag il computer
3. Salvare spazio sul disco rigido: Elimina vecchi o inutilizzati Program Files
4. Salvare spazio sul disco rigido: investire in un disco rigido esterno
5. Risparmio di spazio sul disco rigido: Zip it up!
6. Risparmio di spazio sul disco rigido: Salvare i dati su dischi
7. Risparmio di spazio sul disco rigido: File musicali
8. Impostare il disco rigido: Elimina file dal vostro Desk Top
9. Impostare il disco rigido: Libro Marks
10. Impostare il disco rigido: Cancella, Rinomina e organizzare le vostre cartelle

Sul computer, il livello superiore della cartella deve essere: Documenti, Immagini, Musica, Programmi, Temp, e Windows (o qualsiasi altro nome del sistema operativo o di designazione è qui.) Ci possono essere alcuni altri a seconda di quello che hai scaricati sul sistema, come ad esempio PHP, Apache o altro. In queste cartelle, è necessario fare per organizzare, eliminare e rinominare e prioritizzare i file in modo da potervi accedere più facilmente possibile, e come intuitivo possibile. Può richiedere un certo tempo, ma alla fine di risparmiare tempo nel lungo periodo, invece di cercare attraverso il vostro intero computer per un file o una cartella, saprete esattamente dove si trova. Inoltre, in questo modo, è possibile trovare le cartelle e / o file che è possibile eliminare. NON eliminare i file o le cartelle alle vostre finestre o altre directory del sistema operativo. In realtà, non hanno nemmeno andare in quella cartella se non si è un sistema operativo professionale.

replied the topic Computer viruses created by Kip 502 days ago

There are hundreds of thousands of viruses out there (if not millions) and they often designed for different objectives. Most of them fall under the following categories:

To take control of a computer and use it for specific tasks
To generate money
To steal sensitive information (credit card numbers, passwords, personal details, data etc.)
To prove a point, to prove it can be done, to prove ones skill or for revenge purposes
To cripple a computer or network

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replied the topic How was your September? created by bluemoon 750 days ago

September is the ninth month of the year in the Julian and Gregorian Calendars and one of four months with a length of 30 days.

September in the Northern Hemisphere is the seasonal equivalent of March in the Southern Hemisphere. In the Northern hemisphere, the beginning of the meteorological autumn is on 1 September. In the Southern hemisphere, the beginning of the meteorological spring is on 1 September.[1] 

September marks the beginning of the ecclesiastical year in the Eastern Orthodox Church. It is the start of the academic year in many countries, in which children go back to school after the summer break, sometimes on the first day of the month.

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replied the topic How to quiet noisy computer fan? created by claire 750 days ago

Run the Troubleshooting server system boot issues wizard to identify and isolate problems with the setup or configuration of the system.

Download the latest BIOS/firmware update package. Applying or reapplying the latest firmware quiets fans more than half the time.

If only a single power supply is installed in a dual power supply system, check that the power supply is installed in the first power supply bay.

Make sure the chassis intrusion switch is connected properly, if your system has one, and the top cover is firmly seated.

Check the fan cables and headers on the server board against the System Integration and Service Guide for current systems or the Quick Start Guide for older systems. Fan cables can potentially be plugged into the wrong header, causing the fans to run faster than they should. For more advanced users, complete fan header and pinout information can be found in the Technical Product Specification for your system.

Set your BIOS for Acoustic mode. This reduces the power used by the system and reduces the noise.

If none of the above solves the issue, download the BIOS and Firmware Update, Configuration Utilities for current boards and systems, or download the System Event Log (SEL) Viewer for older boards and systems and check the SEL for errors. The SEL may show where the problem is.

Use the troubleshooting wizard for resolving high fan noise issues

replied the topic What are the main problems faced the society created by Nithin 750 days ago

1. Identifying The Problem
2. Roadblocks to Problem Solving
3. How to Find Solutions.........
1. Association
2. Analogy
3. Brainstorming
4. Intuition
5. Analytical Thinking..........
4. Sorting Out the Best Solution
5. The Plan of Action
6. Evaluating the Plan of Action
7. Obstacles You May Encounter
8. Simulating the Solution / Plan of Action
9. Successful Implementation
Evaluating the Success of Your Solution

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replied the topic MH-17 in the Donbas: questions without answers. Who benefits? Will there be a Third World War? created by Flashwind 754 days ago

US has supported democratic
movements as it believes that this is the best form of government. I’m not sure that you can attribute US/EU support as “instigating a coup d’etat.” Some Ukrainian people were fed up with their corrupt central government. Don’t give Washington all the credit/blame. The Ukrainian people deserve the lion’s share.

2. The early evidence, as Ms. Knight rightly points out, suggests that the plane was shot down by pro-Russian separatists in E. Ukraine.
Do a bit of background on these early “separatists” and one might easily conclude their guilt.

3. Again, early evidence points directly at the separatists.

4.By the time they finish their report, the guilty will have gotten away with
murder. Justice delayed is justice denied.

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replied the topic What is the difference between a 32-bit and 64-bit CPU created by lincoln 755 days ago

32-bit processor

The 32-bit processor was the primary processor used in all computers until the early 1990s. Intel Pentium processors and early AMD processors were 32-bit processors. The operating system and software on a computer with a 32-bit processor is also 32-bit based, in that they work with data units that are 32 bits wide. Windows 95, 98, and XP are all 32-bit operating systems that were common on computers with 32-bit processors.
Note: A computer with a 32-bit processor cannot have a 64-bit version of an operating system installed. It can only have a 32-bit version of an operating system installed.
64-bit processor

The 64-bit computer has been around since 1961 when IBM created the IBM 7030 Stretch supercomputer. However, it was not put into use in home computers until the early 2000s. Microsoft released a 64-bit version of Windows XP to be used on computers with a 64-bit processor. Windows Vista, Windows 7, and Windows 8 also come in 64-bit versions. Other software has been developed that is designed to run on a 64-bit computer, which are 64-bit based as well, in that they work with data units that are 64 bits wide.
Note: A computer with a 64-bit processor can have a 64-bit or 32-bit version of an operating system installed. However, with a 32-bit operating system, the 64-bit processor would not run at its full capability.
Note: On a computer with a 64-bit processor, you cannot run a 16-bit legacy program. Many 32-bit programs will work with a 64-bit processor and operating system, but some older 32-bit programs may not function properly, or at all, due to limited or no compatibility.
Differences between a 32-bit and 64-bit CPU

A big difference between 32-bit processors and 64-bit processors is the number of calculations per second they can perform, which affects the speed at which they can complete tasks. 64-bit processors can come in dual core, quad core, six core, and eight core versions for home computing. Multiple cores allow for an increased number of calculations per second that can be performed, which can increase the processing power and help make a computer run faster. Software programs that require many calculations to function smoothly can operate faster and more efficiently on the multi-core 64-bit processors, for the most part.
Another big difference between 32-bit processors and 64-bit processors is the maximum amount of memory (RAM) that is supported. 32-bit computers support a maximum of 3-4GB of memory, whereas a 64-bit computer can support memory amounts over 4 GB. This feature is important for software programs used in graphic design, engineering, and video editing as these programs have to perform many calculations to render their images.
One thing to note is that 3D graphic programs and games do not benefit much, if at all, from switching to a 64-bit computer, unless the program is a 64-bit program. A 32-bit processor is adequate for any program written for a 32-bit processor. In the case of computer games, you'll get a lot more performance by upgrading the video card instead of getting a 64-bit processor.
In the end, 64-bit processors are becoming more and more commonplace in home computers. Most manufacturers build computers with 64-bit processors due to cheaper prices and because more users are now using 64-bit operating systems and programs. Computer parts retailers are offering fewer and fewer 32-bit processors and soon may not offer any at all.

replied the topic Best PC Tuneup Software? created by Wise_EPL 755 days ago

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replied the topic Is our dreams related to reality? created by boyz 755 days ago

One view is that dreams are a side-effect of a memory reorganization or consolidation process that occurs while we sleep. Another is that they may be a mechanism for exploring how to respond in certain hypothetical situations. Another is that they relate to organizing the emotional and motivational structure of life, perhaps to allow more efficient action during the day.

Dreams could be an accidental side-affect of neural activity during sleep, such as the various memory and strategy optimization models mentioned above. Or dreams could possibly serve some sort of cultural purpose.

The neuroscience view on the content of dreams is that it is derived from experiences during the waking state. As the logic goes, where else could the content come from? The symbols of dreams include familiar people and familiar places. And when dreams take one into strange worlds, those worlds are strange in a way that is comprehensible -- earth-like or "meaningfully" imaginative, using communication in a familiar language. So the semantic elements that serve as the building blocks of dreams do seem to come indirectly at least from a lifetime of everyday experience.

Some believe that dreams are a portal onto another plane of reality. This view shows up in fiction from time to time, when the dream-world is portrayed as equally real as the real-world. But efforts to show that communication between individuals can happen through dreams or that dreams can reliably predict or interact with reality have not been persuasive.

Dream analysis is taken seriously in psychotherapy as a way of gaining insight into "subconscious" desires, fears, and motivations. Why this strategy seems to be effective is unclear. As with astrology, some would say it is a placebo effect, and others would say that it is tapping into something important and real that is going on beneath the level of direct awareness.

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replied the topic Which is better for doing morning exercise? Before or after breakfast? created by claire 756 days ago

The set-up: The researchers recruited 28 healthy, active men and tweaked their daily diets to include 50 percent more fat and 30 percent more calories (to enhance the effect). The men were then broken into three groups. The first group endured no exercise at all, while the other two groups were both given grueling morning exercise routines. Four times a week, they ran and cycled at intense levels. However, of those two groups, one worked out after a carbohydrate-rich breakfast and drank sports drinks throughout their workout. The other group drank only water and ate breakfast after hitting the gym......The results: The group that didn’t exercise at all gained an average of more than six pounds (we’re surprised it wasn’t more!). They also developed unhealthy conditions that are often precursors of diabetes including an insulin resistance. The men who ate breakfast before exercising also gained weight (although only about half as much as the first group) and similar cautionary diabetes signs. The group that exercised before breakfast gained almost no weight and showed no signs of insulin resistance. They also burned the extra dietary fat more efficiently.........The takeaway: Exercise routines in this study were very intense 60- to 90-minute sessions. Yet the researchers have said even less intense workouts could have similar results. The old something-is-better-than-nothing way of thinking! “I recommend exercising before breakfast, of course,” says Van Proeyen. But she can’t recommend an ideal breakfast menu: “Based on our findings we cannot say what the best breakfast is. However, a healthy, well-balanced fiber-rich breakfast—mainly consisting of carbohydrates—is the most optimal breakfast to maintain a good health in normal fit individuals.” We wanted to know if this trick would work with lunchtime workouts too. Turns out, it doesn’t. “Our subjects always performed the exercise after a 10- to 12-hour overnight fast, which is likely the most convenient way to stimulate fat oxidation.” The time between breakfast and lunch is only about 4 to 6 hours and that’s not enough time to maximize fat oxidation before the workout. Moral of the story: Set your alarm earlier each morning. Get your daily run out of the way, eat breakfast at your desk and enjoy a long, gym-free lunch break.

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