TinyMCE plugins can open a handy dialog box for user input. However, using jQuery inside that dialog box is not easy. But I figured it out, and here’s how to do it.
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I just purchased the video game Titanfall for PC through EA’s Origin software. After the 50GB download and lengthy game installation, I fired up the game to play, and was met with the game effectively freezing at the EA logo. It would advance slowly. About 1 frame every 15 seconds. After some investigation, I saw in… Read more »
Why is a Windows computer’s most important drive designated ‘C:’? Is there a problem with ‘A:’ or ‘B:’?
Well, as with many computer oddities that don’t make sense, this was once important and reasonable.
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A computer isn’t a computer without the hardware, but it needs an operating system (OS) to do anything useful. Without an operating system, a computer is without direction and lost.
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Have you heard the term video card or the acronym GPU and wondered what that means? Well, wonder no more. The GPU produces the pretty pictures on your computer monitor.
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Love it or hate it, Windows 8 and 8.1 made changes to Microsoft’s well-established design. Learning a few keyboard shortcuts will greatly simplify your transition and workflow.
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Hard drives are storage devices for your computer’s files, programs, and operating systems. They are crucial to the computer’s operation. And they are hard.
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A computer’s memory, like our own, stores information for later processing. Memory, also known as RAM, is very fast and useful, but it has weaknesses.
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Every computer and device attached to a network has a unique address, called an IP address. This address is used to “locate” the devices on the network.
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The primary brains of a computer are known as the central processing unit, or CPU. It interprets and executes commands from the hardware and software.
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We are not referring to a disciplining device your mother used on you! The motherboard is one of the most important parts inside a computer.
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You don’t need advanced degrees in computer science to keep your computer clean and healthy. Periodically running maintenance on a computer is an easy way to keep your machine running […]
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Burning ISO images to discs is simple in all the popular operating systems. This article will discuss choosing the right disc and how to burn them.
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Some operating systems don’t need installation. LiveCD capable opearting systems can boot from portable media such as CDs, DVDs, and USB thumb drives.The post LiveCDs and LiveDVDs and LiveUSBs. Oh My! appeared first on NewbGeek.
What is a partition? Why are they important? How do I create and manage them? We will answer those questions and more as we introduce disk partitioning.The post Disk Partition? WTF is That? appeared first on NewbGeek.