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How to Create or Change User Password on Mac

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It’s a very easy task to set or change user login password on Mac. But if you are a Mac novice, you might not know how to do that. So in this page, I will show you how…

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How Do I Tell If I Have 32-bit or 64-bit Google Chrome on Windows

see if chrome is 32-bit or 64-bit

Sometimes you may need to know if the Google Chrome browser running on your computer is 32-bit or 64-bit. But you might not quite remember which version of Chrome you have downloaded. Then how do you check the…

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How to Find Product Keys for Installed Software on Windows

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For a lot of computer software, such as Microsoft Office, VMware, Adobe Acrobat, Photoshop, Dreamweaver, etc., product keys are required for installation. After the software is installed, you should keep the product key instead of losing it; because…

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How to Disable/Deny Write Access to USB Drive on Windows 10/8/7

disable write access to usb drive

Sometimes you may don’t want anyone else to copy, modify, or remove files on your removable USB device. Then it’s a good idea to disable write access to the USB drive. Here in this post, we will show…

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How to Check If USB Port Is 2.0 or 3.0

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The version of the USB connector has developed from 1.0 to 3.0. Now most computers and other devices use USB 3.0 port because of its high speed of transfer. However, there are still many computers using USB 2.0,…

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How to Save Webpage as PDF Document with Adobe Acrobat or Browser

Save webpage as PDF

Sometimes you may want to save some web pages in your browser as PDF files on your local computer so that you can read the web pages whenever you want, even without network connection. Now, this post will…

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How to Know If Your Computer Uses UEFI or BIOS

how to know if computer uses uefi or bios

The new UEFI and the Legacy BIOS are two different modes of booting a Windows-based computer. Generally, the recent Windows 8/10 computers come with UEFI, while the older Windows 7/Vista computers usually come with Legacy BIOS. However, that is…

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Boot a VMware Virtual Machine from a USB Drive or ISO Image

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If you use VMware to work on your physical computer, you may usually need to set a virtual machine to boot from a USB drive or an ISO image file, just like setting a computer to boot from…

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How to Check If Software Is 32-bit or 64-bit

check if software is 32-bit or 64-bit

If you are wondering how to check whether a piece of software installed on your computer is 32-bit or 64-bit, this post will help. Tips: Before you check if your software is 32-bit or 64-bit, you might as…

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How to Free up Disk Space in Windows10/8/7

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If you find that your computer starts slowing down, or if you find that your Disk C (System Disk) is showing a red bar, that indicates your disk has insufficient space and you have to free up your…

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