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4 Ways To Add High Tech Devices To Any Mining Operation

Posted by on Jul 28, 2015 in Uncategorized |

Whether you are managing an open-pit or underground mine, finding the right tools can be difficult. Modern technologies can be a great way to improve operations and lower costs. Technology can also help to improve safety in mines and prevent incidents. Here are some ways that high tech can be applied to mine management operations: 1. Modern Communications For Mine Operations One of the challenging problems that have to be solved in mines is communication. Modern cellular technology and radio communications can be adapted to allow workers to...

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Interested In Online Gaming? Your Computer Needs Reliable Internet

Posted by on Jul 27, 2015 in Uncategorized |

The worlds of high-speed Internet, computer processing power and the entertainment industry have combined in unique ways to create a special niche of gaming: online gaming. From First-Person Shooters (FPS) giving the thrill of wartime strategy to the fantasy realms of Massively Multiplayer Role-Playing Games (MMORPG), there are many different games out there that can give you an awesome gameplay experience with people all over the world. To be ready for the gaming experience of a lifetime, you’ll need a computer and Internet...

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Virus, Age Or Damage? Figuring Out Slow Iphone Speeds

Posted by on Jul 21, 2015 in Uncategorized |

iPhones are known for being convenient and as intuitive as possible, but they’re still computers. Computers are susceptible to slowdowns because of being full of too many applications (apps), bad programming from third-party app designer, viruses or simple wear and tear of the hardware. Unless you’re a computer expert with the skills and dedication to keep proper maintenance on your phone, slow speeds is inevitable. Thankfully, you can part the temporary speed problems from the permanent damage by understanding a few causes and...

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Surprisingly Simple Solutions To Common Computer Complications

Posted by on Jul 14, 2015 in Uncategorized |

Slowing performance, overheating, and periodic crashes can be symptoms of some serious computer problems. More often, it’s a far less complex issue, requiring much less expertise to resolve. For serious systemic problems, consult with a diagnostic program or a professional computer repair technician, but don’t rule out these simple fixes. Performance Lag Reduction in processing time can be the result of several different issues, but eliminating the simple fixes can save you a considerable amount of time and money. One of the most...

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Understanding Lag And Its Affects On Gameplay

Posted by on Jul 10, 2015 in Uncategorized |

Whether you’re becoming a professional gamer on Massively Multiplayer Online (MMO) games or becoming an online personality who plays a variety of games, the Internet can make or break your budding business. To make sure your skills aren’t hampered by network problems, consider how lag could ruin your plans. Lag Is The Greatest Enemy Of Online Gamers Many online gamers know that you need decent Internet speed and a good computer to play games efficiently, but there are a few symptoms of bad performance that can be confusing. Lag is...

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5 Sneaky Signs of a Virus on Your Laptop You May Not Immediately Notice

Posted by on Jun 17, 2015 in Uncategorized |

No one wants to face a virus on their system as a virus can not just wreak havoc on the hard drive of your computer, but leave you with lost files, costly damage, and leave you with a lot of headaches you never thought you could face when you rely so much on technology. You may think you would know what a virus looks like on your computer, but the hackers that create these computer-infecting bugs are much more sneaky than you ever dreamed. Here are five signs that could indicate you have a virus, but you may not catch right away. 1. Rerouting...

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2 Tips To Keep Your Computer In Good Condition

Posted by on Jun 10, 2015 in Uncategorized |

When you purchase a new computer, it is fast and everything works perfect. To keep your computer this way, you need to set time aside each week to do some maintenance, such as virus scans and spyware scans.   Virus Scan A computer virus can quickly cause damage to a computer by damaging data files, destroying your personal files, or even wiping out your whole computer. Viruses are typically distributed through email attachments, downloads, or through removable media such as USB drives or DVDs. For example, if you get a virus through a...

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Protect Your Computer Files: 2 Ways Backup Systems Can Help

Posted by on May 22, 2015 in Uncategorized |

When you work on the computer often, you have plenty of important files that need to be protected. You have two main choices for how to keep these files safe in duplicate or off the main hard drive. These choices are either cloud services or an external hard drive.  The External Hard Drive An external hard drive is one of the best ways to keep your files safe from viruses or computer malfunctions. These devices connect to your computer when you need to work, but they also can be disconnected when you’re finished, allowing you to...

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Ordering A Computer? Be Practical And Buy Locally

Posted by on May 18, 2015 in Uncategorized |

If you are debating whether to purchase a computer from a local retailer or to order it online, there are a few things you want to consider before you make the purchase. Some people may think they are getting a great deal because they save a little bit of money purchasing the computer online, but they end up with a lot of unforeseen hassles. Here are a few things that you will benefit from when you choose to buy locally. Local Repairs Most computers are going to come with a manufacturer’s warranty, but they could also end up needing...

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Does Cloud Storage Eliminate The Risks Of Losing Files?

Posted by on Apr 27, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Computer technology has come a long way since the time when floppy disks were the primary means of backing up files. Today, most companies use some type of cloud storage as a way of protecting, saving, and backing up files. While this is one of the most effective and popular ways to store information, it has its flaws too. If you think that storing your files in cloud storage is 100% safe, you should realize that information stored in cloud storage can be lost, corrupted, or deleted. What Is Cloud Storage? Cloud storage refers to storing...

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4 Types Of Network Cables To Be Aware Of

Posted by on Apr 16, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

When it comes to computers and troubleshooting, there are a lot of things that you might need to deal with. One of the first things you should learn is the difference between different types of network cables. They are used almost daily when you use computers, making it a vital thing for any computer user to understand. Here are four common network cables you may come across. Coaxial One of the cables related to computer networks is the coaxial cable. This type of cable has actually been around a long time, and it is also used to connect...

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