Helpful tips for June 2013

Troubleshooting Guides : has been there for ages now, with every guide and step by step tutorials the site has made itself one the most biggest troubleshooting sites. You will likely finding most of the computer problems and their suitable solution. _Problem.htm 2. Computerhope : A very simple and plain website, but very effective in its approach. Computerhope has several question listed on the basic computer troubleshooting page, with those of-course they have solutions. 3. Microsoft : Microsoft also has troubleshooting guides to help you with general windows problem, they have this page of fixing common PC problems, where you will find most of the question you probably need. 4. WikiHow : Wikihow is collaboration of thoughts, its editable guide, a how to site which is dedicated for helping in solutions. With detailed and easy instructions you will be able to find many computer related issues and there easy solutions. 5. Howtogeek : How to geek has varied sections dedicated to solving computer problems. With Linux and Windows section being most popular, you can also find your great wallpapers which can make your desktop look beautiful. 6. PCMag : PC Mag has some fantastic set to how to, guides and tutorials on windows. Probably the best magazine as well. 7. Labnol : A very popular blog, among indians and you can find every possible solution with in-depth tutorial guides on window and mac. Labnol also has certain tools which are really useful for web developer and coders. 8. Dummies : Dummies as the name suggest is not only for dummies but professionals to. It has long list of articles and how to guides to make one expert in computing. You can easily troubleshoot any PC with there detailed instructions and tips on solving issues. 9. Makeuseof : The best tech site I have came across in last few years, they have very popular pages with best of section and have many different solutions for many problems. 10. Lifehacker : A must visit site for all computer geeks and lovers. _________________________ Articles of the day Chosen by the Business Desk team Forget the iPhone 5 – the iPad Mini might be a better bet JONATHAN BLUM AND ALEX DALENBERG, Monday, August 13 2012 Business owners will be wise to leave the buzz about the forthcoming iPhone 5 to consumers. Apple’s rumoured iPad Mini should be the better option for businesses. The smaller version of the iPad will reportedly measure 7 inches and will likely be announced in September. If you plan to be among the first to order one of these devices, here are three Reasons an iPad Mini would be a better business tool than the iPhone: 1. Small tablets are better sales tools. Good luck creating a presentation on an iPhone. The screen is small and your Pitch could be interrupted by a call, a text message or any other notification. When it comes to making sales presentations on the go, nothing beats the high Resolution iPad Retina display. But at $500 for the basic 9.7-inch iPad model – with 16 gigabytes and no access to cellular data – it might not be worth the expense for cost-conscious sales teams. But a scaled-down, less expensive version should be. The Galaxy Tab by Samsung, The Nexus 7 and Kindle Fire can cost just $200. Assuming Apple’s new mini-tablet Beats the Nexus 7 and Galaxy Tab for screen quality, the new tool holds promise as a slick, low-cost presentation tool. 2. It’ll be more versatile. Judging by the performance of smaller iPad competitors, shaving off a few inches shouldn’t equal less productivity. Mobile apps such as e-mail, reviewing and editing documents, video conferencing, task lists and social media work just as well on a 7-inch screen as on the 9.7-inch iPad screen. The Google Nexus 7, for example, is easier to read and type on than a full-size iPad, and you can hold it in one hand and enter data with another. With that kind of versatility, and added functionality, a smaller tablet can become more of a go-to business tool than an iPhone, or any other smartphone. 3. It runs on the same operating system in a better business package. Apple’s upcoming operating system, iO6, promises better Facebook integration, Video conferences that use cellular data and – most exciting for road warriors – Better maps. Apple’s answer to Google Maps is expected to include 3D environments, turn-by-turn navigation, and real-time information about traffic and accidents. So, the iPhone 5 will likely to be a faster, sleeker version of the 4S, with Improvements to voice tools like Siri and wireless mobile commerce tools. But, barring any unforeseen development, the iPad Mini will operate on the exact same OS. The Mini’s Slightly larger size makes it easier for users to see a busy e-mail in-box and work with Apps that manage complex spreadsheets. That means the iPad Mini will do most of what a business needs an iPhone to do, But in a package that’s better suited for mobile businesses. Entrepreneur Media Inc.]]>

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