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replied the topic My c drive is now totally full , I have used some programes like wise cleaner but not much success. created by imcfarlane5

I forgot what OS you using? Windows 10 has the move to, copy to then will ask where you want to place.

1498 days ago
replied the topic My c drive is now totally full , I have used some programes like wise cleaner but not much success. created by imcfarlane5

@imcfarlane5
This is what I do it's easy and the right way...
1. click on My PC
2. open the drive that is full (C:)
3. Right click on the file(s) you want to move, you see copy cut Choose Cut, this will remove the file, Copy will copy but will not remove thus
copy...right.
4. Then run wise care to clean up files.

Easy Peasy...Hope this helps.

1498 days ago
replied the topic Which virus software for pc is best created by plunderbunny1986

@plunderbunny1986
If you value your PC, or whatever system you use free isn't always the best security. It would be a good idea to use the trail downloads of Norton, and or Mcafee, I have used both and will say and this is not a Paid endorsement for either Company that they preform flawlessly depending on your use and environment. Also, I have used AVG it's ok but that's how I encountered my first and only intrusion. Due dilligence and research should be your guide as to what is best for you. Good Luck and be aware of your Internet Environment.

1688 days ago
replied the topic CLEANING COMPUTER FROM A KIND OF VIRUS created by WAJID

@WAJID
Simply put it is not all impossible to remove a virus, ROOTKIT, even Malware. With that being said, it would be a good idea to use your existing Anti-Virus program to isolate the intruder. Yes, there are many so called, Malware/Anti-virus programs you can chose from Norton has a excellent program called, Norton Power Eraser it preforms a comprehensive analysis of your entire system and then gives you several options including having the Symantec Team to actually remote access your PC. I can personally say that it is by the the best out there. In addition, there is the Mcafee AV, it will as Symantec offer a extensive library of all known viruses, with detailed info on how to remove and assistance is also available for this as well. Remember, it was the Symantec Pro's that found and derailed STUXNET. The NPE Software is FREE, and I highly suggest that you apply this as soon as possible. I hope this helps.

1688 days ago
replied the topic Uncontrollable zoom created by scsavard

@scsavard
Just increase the sensitivity of the pad. This can be done in Settings under display. Scroll find mouse and the follow the prompts very easy to do. Hit adv options then you'll find how to do it. Also check that you haven't accidently set the accessibility function by accident as this will effect the pad zooming also. In addition if you are using Synaptics software the go direct to properties and the one tab at a time rest you device to your liking you'll be able to set the mouse scroll sticky buttons folder, all of the function for you. I use it it is the best and it is downloadable from their sit works like a charm and is the best out there. Acer uses it I have a Dell Inspiron works for me great. Hope this helps or hit me up I'll walk you through it.

1726 days ago
replied the topic How to set the exact time in windows 10? created by kidcrowd

@kidcrowd
Once again go to settings look for time open and scroll down till you see HHSS, then click...that's it, it displays Mil Time in 24 hour format...Ooh Rah...Semper FI. Yea I'm a Veteran...Disabled. Have fun. God Bless You and God Bless The United States of America.

1728 days ago
replied the topic How to set the exact time in windows 10? created by kidcrowd

@pustoi11
Thats a lot of work, not that is not accurate, (I would not go that far, your actions are for the more ADV users). The time Syncs itself unless the program actually asks for the seconds. But it is good info. I kinda want to know why its necessary for the seconds need to be displayed. My advice if followed will display the seconds without all that CMD Prompt stuff.

1728 days ago
replied the topic How to set the exact time in windows 10? created by kidcrowd

@kidcrowd
The only place to set the seconds , and I believe that it is still a system instance, is by changing the Long Time...i.e, HH,MM SS. You'll find this in the settings under Date and Time, in WIN 10. It is set by the network by default, however it can be set to your preference in the BIOS of your PC. Hope this helps. Have a Nice Day. (Oops! By default Windows uses Network Time Settings Short Time).

1728 days ago
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