• A memory block has 200kb which is used , another 200kb which is used and 200kb which is free. If the middle 200kb gets deallocated.?

    Best answer: "A 600 KiB memory block has 200 KiB which is used, another 200 KiB which is used and 200 KiB which is free." KiB (1 KiB = 1024 bytes; 1kb = 1000 bits). Memory is normally based on a power of 2. 1 KiB is 2¹⁰ bytes. Disk drives are normally measured in kB (or MB or GB). These are based on a power of 10. 1 kB is 10³. After... show more
    Best answer: "A 600 KiB memory block has 200 KiB which is used, another 200 KiB which is used and 200 KiB which is free." KiB (1 KiB = 1024 bytes; 1kb = 1000 bits). Memory is normally based on a power of 2. 1 KiB is 2¹⁰ bytes. Disk drives are normally measured in kB (or MB or GB). These are based on a power of 10. 1 kB is 10³. After second 200 KiB is deallocated you have "A 600 KiB memory block has 200 KiB which is used and another 400 KiB which is free." I hope this helps.
    2 answers · Programming & Design · 22 hours ago
  • Is there any advantage to connecting my PC to my Wifi router with an ethernet cable. Pls see details?

    Best answer: One of the real advantages of Ethernet over WiFi is if you are playing online games. WiFi is a shared half-duplex interface. Other WiFi users will cause interference. Also, WiFi shares the wireless spectrum with other users. If a near neighbour has a WiFi network and they are doing a large download, then it can seriously slow down your... show more
    Best answer: One of the real advantages of Ethernet over WiFi is if you are playing online games. WiFi is a shared half-duplex interface. Other WiFi users will cause interference. Also, WiFi shares the wireless spectrum with other users. If a near neighbour has a WiFi network and they are doing a large download, then it can seriously slow down your WiFi if it is using a wireless channel close to the one you are using. Ethernet is a dedicated full-duplex connection. You are not sharing that connection to your router with anyone else. Also, unlike WiFi, Ethernet can send acknowledgement packets in one direction at the same time as it sends data packets in the other direction. With online gaming, random delays caused by other users or other networks can upset some games. If you are getting 18 Mbps from a claimed 20 Mbps ISP service, going to Ethernet is not going to make much difference. It will only become significant if you have a local server - such as storing movies on a desktop PC or a file server, and then streaming them to a different PC in your home. If both connect by WiFi then it will be slower than if one uses WiFi and the other uses Ethernet, or both use Ethernet.Having said that, you will probably find that going between to devices in your home is faster than 20 Mbps over WiFi as the ISP connection will not be involved in such a transfer. Data will go from one device to the router and then from the router to the other device with nothing going to or from the ISP. I hope this helps.
    6 answers · Computer Networking · 3 days ago
  • If I use any kind of VPN and download torrents, will this cause lag in games on my own network to other computers In my house?

    Best answer: It will depend where in the network connection of your computer the local VPN end point is located. If the endpoint is in the actual computer and affects all network traffic to that computer, then unless you have a similar endpoint in the other computers, they will not be able to communicate with each other at all. This may also depend... show more
    Best answer: It will depend where in the network connection of your computer the local VPN end point is located. If the endpoint is in the actual computer and affects all network traffic to that computer, then unless you have a similar endpoint in the other computers, they will not be able to communicate with each other at all. This may also depend on what proxy settings are being used in association with the VPN. If the VPN endpoint is in your router, and your gaming does not involve any servers apart from those on your own home network, then there will be no performance impact. If the gaming involves an Internet based server then this will add a lag. The VPN itself will impose some delays to any traffic going through it due to the processing that has to take place in both end points. If the VPN is connecting you to a proxy server, then this will add further delays to the connection. You can tell if a proxy server is being used by going to a site such as: http://www.whatismyip.com If this gives a different address when using the VPN from when you do not use it, then the VPN is going to a proxy. Unless you are having to use open (unencrypted) WiFi, if you have to use a VPN to reach a site, then you might be committing a crime. Many people use VPN/Proxy connections to allow them to view TV shows and films that are not normally available where they are. This can result in copyright theft, which is clearly illegal. Unless you use unencrypted WiFi or your employer allows you to work from home and demands a secure connection then you should not need a VPN connection at all. I hope this helps.
    1 answer · Computer Networking · 6 days ago
  • Can this phone connect to my 5GHz Wifi?

    Best answer: What is far more useful than the specification sample you included in your question is the actual make and model of the phone. 802.11b and 802.11g are both 2.4 GHz only. 802.11n can exist either on 2.4 or 5 GHz. 802.11a is 5 GHz only, but may not be supported by all 5 GHz networks. 802.11ac is 5 GHz only and is supported on most 5 GHz... show more
    Best answer: What is far more useful than the specification sample you included in your question is the actual make and model of the phone. 802.11b and 802.11g are both 2.4 GHz only. 802.11n can exist either on 2.4 or 5 GHz. 802.11a is 5 GHz only, but may not be supported by all 5 GHz networks. 802.11ac is 5 GHz only and is supported on most 5 GHz networks, but does not appear in the specifications you have listed.
    4 answers · Computer Networking · 2 weeks ago
  • What's a internet antenna, a building antenna and a parabolic for?

    Best answer: Ask these as separate questions. 1. What's a internet antenna, a building antenna and a parabolic for? Internet antenna - no such thing; building antenna - a single antenna that provides a signal to many outlets around a building such as a TV antenna feeding many apartments in a building; parabolic antenna - a dish antenna that is... show more
    Best answer: Ask these as separate questions. 1. What's a internet antenna, a building antenna and a parabolic for? Internet antenna - no such thing; building antenna - a single antenna that provides a signal to many outlets around a building such as a TV antenna feeding many apartments in a building; parabolic antenna - a dish antenna that is focused to get the maximum signal from one very specific direction. 2. What's the difference between no signal and not supported video in the TV? No signal means that there is no transmission being received in a device such as a TV; video not supported means that the encoding of the video stream is not understood by the device. 3. How to control the video record with the tv command? Even if we push the buton video it's not obeying. The TV controller has to support the same command sequence that the video recorder expects. Typically this mean the video and the TV have to be the same make, but this does not always mean it will work. For some controllers, you have to set the controller to match the recorder by pressing a key sequence specific to the recorder. Some manufacturers include a number of different key code mappings that can be selected. Once selected the controller remembers the settings, at least until the next time the batteries are changed. 4. What's the difference between TNT and HD TNT? Why do you need to change the device? - Don't use abbreviations. TNT famously refers to a high explosive, but it is also is the name of a carrier service. I assume you are talking about a television service in a small corner of the world. TNT will refer to standard definition TV, while TNT HD will refer to a high definition service delivering several times the number of pixels to provide a much sharper image. Both the transmission standards and the actual display equipment have to be able to support the appropriate standards. Typically an HD device can hand standard definition transmissions, but not the other way round. 5. Does the parabolic get the tvs from abroad without do a plan? You might want to read your question before you post it. The last part of this question is garbage. A parabolic antenna will provide a better signal is it is accurately focussed on the source of the signal, but this normally means that the transmitter and receiver antennae must literally be line of site. If you are sufficiently high up to have a clear sight of the transmitter, a parabolic receiver antenna may get a usable signal when a normal antenna does not work. Obviously, if you live close to the border with another country you might be able to watch TV from their stations with a normal TV antenna. However, if you capture signals from another country you might be committing copyright or other crimes. Check the legality before building a tower to use such an antenna to get signals from another country. I hope this helps.
    2 answers · Other - Computers · 1 week ago
  • Will there be a Space-based internet provider service using satellite technology, to replace cable broadband?

    Best answer: Satellite services will have one big problem for many people - ping time or lag. For a satellite to have a reasonable ground foot print, it will probably be orbiting at an altitude of at least 10,000 miles. At that height, response times to events triggered by a ground based user (a normal home user), are likely to be over 200 mS.... show more
    Best answer: Satellite services will have one big problem for many people - ping time or lag. For a satellite to have a reasonable ground foot print, it will probably be orbiting at an altitude of at least 10,000 miles. At that height, response times to events triggered by a ground based user (a normal home user), are likely to be over 200 mS. However, to avoid having to track the movement of the satellite a geostationary orbit my be required, which will put ping (lag) times up to around half a second. With non-geostationary satellites then either the ground station has to use a relatively wide angle lower gain antenna or it has to track the satellite with a high gain dish. This has the obvious issue when one satellite goes over the horizon there will be a break in connection until the next satellite can be targeted by the dish. Clearly multiple tracking dishes could solve this. Some current satellite systems work by having the downlink coming from the satellite, but the uplink using slow ground based Internet. For services such as Youtube or typical download sites, a dial-up uplink over a normal phone line and a satellite down link may be the approach. The total bandwidth of an Internet satellite is the next issue. Unlike satellite TV, where millions of users can be satisfied by the same signal, and that signal is only a downlink, for Internet, each user represents a separate signal or a separate data stream multiplexed on to the same signal. This will limit the number of users working with any one satellite, which in turn will increase the cost to each user. Although there are and will continue to be space-based ISPs to serve people who cannot get land based services, but they will never match the fast response times that land based connections achieve and will be very poor for playing many online games. I hope this helps.
    8 answers · Computer Networking · 2 weeks ago
  • I'm trying to connect my PC to my PS4 Pro with a LAN Cable in different Wifi.?

    Best answer: So, if I have understood your setup correctly, in house 1 you have: ISP v modem v router v Ethernet to the PS4 and WiFi to the laptop. In house 2 you have: ISP v modem v router v WiFi to the laptop For the laptop to reach the PS4, you need to do three things: 1. Set the PS4 on a static address on the private subnet from the router... show more
    Best answer: So, if I have understood your setup correctly, in house 1 you have: ISP v modem v router v Ethernet to the PS4 and WiFi to the laptop. In house 2 you have: ISP v modem v router v WiFi to the laptop For the laptop to reach the PS4, you need to do three things: 1. Set the PS4 on a static address on the private subnet from the router in house 1. 2. Configure port forwarding in the router in house 1 to direct all incoming connections that are required by the remote play application so that these reach the PS4 on its fixed address. (If the PS4 opens connections to the laptop, then steps (1) and (2) above may also be required for the laptop and the router in house 2.) 3. You need to use the public IP address of house 1 so that the laptop can connect across the Internet. Private addresses provided by routers will not work on the Internet. If the router in house 1 supports DDNS updating, you could use a Dynamic DNS service such as noip.com so you can connect with a URL rather than an IP address. When you are in house 1, you will have to use the local private IP address of the PS4 and not the public IP address or the URL provided by a DDNS. I'm not sure about "with a LAN Cable in different Wifi" bit of your question. A LAN cable is simply an alternative to using WiFi to connect to the router. WiFi does not come from the ISP and does not go over a LAN cable. I hope this helps.
    2 answers · Computer Networking · 2 weeks ago
  • BT HUB 5 FLASHING ORANGE ALL DAY AND NOT CONNECTING... HELP.?

    Best answer: I assume you have logged on to the router and checked out the status (see below). The image shows this BT Hub 5 in the connected state. If yours shows it is disconnected, then it is likely that the router is not receiving an ADSL or VDSL connection. (VDSL is used with BT fibre services.) BT should be checking out the connection. Have... show more
    Best answer: I assume you have logged on to the router and checked out the status (see below). The image shows this BT Hub 5 in the connected state. If yours shows it is disconnected, then it is likely that the router is not receiving an ADSL or VDSL connection. (VDSL is used with BT fibre services.) BT should be checking out the connection. Have your still got a telephone service? If not, then the phone line may be faulty. If you have one of the new two port master telephone boxes, the router must be connected to the correct socket on the box. The other socket on the box and any other sockets in the house will not work with the Home Hub. If you have one of the older master boxes with just one socket, then all phones have to be connected to the line through a microfilter or the router will not work. A BT microfilter has two sockets - the larger one for a phone and the smaller one for the router. Has the router never worked, or has it recently developed this problem? I hope this helps.
    3 answers · Computer Networking · 2 weeks ago
  • Streaming device to uae?

    Best answer: I used to stream using a Sumvision Cyclone Mini Windows 10 PC. This has both WiFi and Ethernet network capability and HDMI for connection to the TV producing 1080P results. Unfortunately, it was running Windows 10 and it became very annoying when it would decide to make me wait up to half an hour each time Microsoft decided to do a major... show more
    Best answer: I used to stream using a Sumvision Cyclone Mini Windows 10 PC. This has both WiFi and Ethernet network capability and HDMI for connection to the TV producing 1080P results. Unfortunately, it was running Windows 10 and it became very annoying when it would decide to make me wait up to half an hour each time Microsoft decided to do a major update of Windows 10. For streaming, I replaced it with an Amazon Fire TV stick, which produces excellent 1080P images and is not plagued by lengthy updates. I still have the Sumvision device that I use for playing TV shows I have recorded and home videos. It can still use my internal network but is now blocked from reaching the Internet. There is no reason why a device such as the FireTV Stick should not be used through a WiFi hotspot on a 4G cellular service. I hope this helps.
    3 answers · Computer Networking · 5 months ago
  • In a 3 fl hs, should get a wi-fi extender, booster, Repeater? My internet connection(150 MB) 1st floor Router&Wireless are faster pls in.?

    Best answer: 150 MB - you probably mean 150 Mbps. 150 MBps is equal to 1200 Mbps, which I suspect is not the speed of your ISP connection. By first floor do you mean the bottom or the middle floor? Having the router on the middle floor will normally give better coverage. Personally, I would consider installing a wireless access point on the two... show more
    Best answer: 150 MB - you probably mean 150 Mbps. 150 MBps is equal to 1200 Mbps, which I suspect is not the speed of your ISP connection. By first floor do you mean the bottom or the middle floor? Having the router on the middle floor will normally give better coverage. Personally, I would consider installing a wireless access point on the two floors that do not have the router, and running Ethernet cables back to the router. You could have the router and the WAPs all using the same SSID (network name). In this case they would each have to have the same pass phrase as well. The other alternative is to use different SSIDs, which is the option I normally choose. WiFi extenders that us WiFi to connect to the router and to devices typically reduce the bandwidth by around 50%. I hope this helps.
    2 answers · Computer Networking · 1 month ago
  • Why don't computers have the decency to ask you if you want updates rather than just updating without your permission?

    Best answer: Until Windows 10 came out, there were the options to decide if, how and when updates were installed. In those halcyon days, Windows had a feature update life of five years and a security update life of 10 years. With Windows 10, Microsoft have not just moved the goal posts, they have completely demolished them and replaced them with... show more
    Best answer: Until Windows 10 came out, there were the options to decide if, how and when updates were installed. In those halcyon days, Windows had a feature update life of five years and a security update life of 10 years. With Windows 10, Microsoft have not just moved the goal posts, they have completely demolished them and replaced them with very cheap replicas. Now Windows 10 versions have a feature and security update life of up to around 18 months. Effectively, Microsoft release a new version of Windows - the latest is 1803 - every six months or so. They are all called Windows 10, which I guess is the maximum number of months they expect any particular version to be used for. To get around the appalling reduction in support life, each new version is free to existing Windows 10 users, and they try and force all Windows 10 systems to go through the pain and confusion of a version update every six months or so. The Windows 10 versions so far have been 1507, 1511, 1607, 1703, 1709 and 1803. The next one due out in the fall is expected to be 1809. Whereas the monthly major update cycle can normally complete an update in well under 30 minutes, the version upgrades can take much longer. My worst experience so far was an upgrade from 1709 to 1803, which failed six times at around an hour a time plus a 3 GB download (good job my ISP is uncapped). After that, it took a further four attempts with manual intervention, each one being more destructive than the previous one, before 1803 was installed. That final attempt involved completely reinstalling the original Windows 10 system (1607) that came on the PC and which I had fortunately backed up as a disk image; then applying the 1803 upgrade, reinstalling all my Apps, getting rid of all the Microsoft bloatware, then a couple of hours going through all the settings putting them back the way I wanted them. Total computer down time was over 24 hours and it would have cost me over 20 GB on a metered network. I prefer my computers to work consistently for several years without any major changes or trauma. I don't like having to do a major sort out every six months.
    7 answers · Other - Computers · 1 month ago
  • Why don’t ds WiFi settings work on my new 3ds xl?

    Best answer: I assume your router is using WPA2 encryption. WEP is very weak encryption and can be an easy target for an experienced hacker. A few years ago my wife had a Nintendo DS, I don't know the specific model, but I had two problems getting it onto our home WiFi. The first one was that the Nintendo only appeared to offer open WiFi or... show more
    Best answer: I assume your router is using WPA2 encryption. WEP is very weak encryption and can be an easy target for an experienced hacker. A few years ago my wife had a Nintendo DS, I don't know the specific model, but I had two problems getting it onto our home WiFi. The first one was that the Nintendo only appeared to offer open WiFi or WEP. I found that I had to go into the advanced WiFi settings to locate the WPA2 settings. The next problem was that the on-screen keyboard was missing some of the characters in my router's WPA2 WiFi pass phrase. I contacted Nintendo who told me to use one of the online pass phrase to 64 hexadecimal encryption key converters. I used: https://www.wireshark.org/tools/wpa-psk.... The network name goes in the SSID field, and the WiFi password/pass phrase goes where indicated. Then use the 64 character string it produces to enter the WPA or WPA2 encryption details into the device. I hope this helps.
    1 answer · Computer Networking · 1 month ago
  • Suddenlink Internet WiFi Range Question?

    Best answer: WiFi Range Extenders can work, but they have some limitations. First, the speed when connecting through an extender tends to be significantly less (often around 50%) for connections going through the extender. This is because every packet has to make two WiFi hops instead of one. Unless you use a different network name SSID for the... show more
    Best answer: WiFi Range Extenders can work, but they have some limitations. First, the speed when connecting through an extender tends to be significantly less (often around 50%) for connections going through the extender. This is because every packet has to make two WiFi hops instead of one. Unless you use a different network name SSID for the extension network, you might find devices jumping back and forth between the main router and the extender if both signals can be detected by a device. Ideally, an extender should be placed mid way between the router and the devices using it so that the extender gets a reasonable signal from the router and can provide a reasonable signal to the devices it is supporting. This might require the extender to be placed outside somewhere between buildings. Depending on the actual distances involved and whether all the intervening land is owned by the same people, you may be able to run an Ethernet cable between the buildings. The maximum cable length is 100 metres between active network devices such as a router, switch, wireless access point or even a PC. A wireless router can be configured to be a wireless access point taking Ethernet in and providing further Ethernet connections plus a WiFi network all as part of the main router's private subnet. In this scenario the router's normal Internet/WAN/cable/ADSL port is not used. and its DHCP service is disabled. Also, it must be set to use an address that is in the main router's subnet but never used by any other device. An extender such as a TP-Link TLWA850RE https://www.tp-link.com/us/products/deta... can obviously be used as an extender, but it can also be used as a WiFi to Ethernet adapter or a wireless access point. Another alternative if the exterior building has a main supply fed from the first building is to investigate Powerline networking such as: https://www.tp-link.com/us/products/deta... The smaller adapter connects by Ethernet to the main router, and the larger device provides two Ethernet ports plus a WiFi network. Ideally, these should be fed through the same power breaker and should avoid any surge suppressors in the path between the two adapters. If the exterior building is more than 100 metres away, then you may need to invest in some form of microwave link and you should probably seek professional advice. I hope this helps.
    3 answers · Computer Networking · 4 weeks ago
  • What’s wrong w/ my MacBook? I have a shared connection to “it”(I never created) & an option to connect to a mysterious blue tooth(see photo)?

    Best answer: It's amazing how many people do not finish inputting a question, and then checking it before posting it. As Starrysky says - No photo. Because of the way Bluetooth works and the way it is presented to the user, what you might be seeing is a device that is within range and available for pairing with your PC. Normally, computers will... show more
    Best answer: It's amazing how many people do not finish inputting a question, and then checking it before posting it. As Starrysky says - No photo. Because of the way Bluetooth works and the way it is presented to the user, what you might be seeing is a device that is within range and available for pairing with your PC. Normally, computers will only have an actual connection with devices that you have formally paired with. For normal PCs, other devices cannot see that you have Bluetooth capability until you enable the option to be found, and then this option typically disables again after a couple of minutes. If any device does attempt to connect during this time, you have to agree formally to the pairing taking place. Some devices, in my case my Bluetooth headset, the device is permanently open for pairing with other devices. This is because the headset has no option to enable or disable setting up a connection other than turning it off completely. My PCs still have to acknowledge that they can accept the connection before pairing completes. I quite often see neighbour's devices advertising their Bluetooth connections - particularly TV sets. If you do actually have a connection to some unknown device and are not simply seeing it advertising its service, then you should be able to unpair the device from your PC. Some PCs allow you to disable Bluetooth when you are not using it, while others do not have that option. I don't know what options Apple include in their PCs. Unless it is actually paired, your mysterious Bluetooth device is nothing to worry about. I hope this helps.
    3 answers · Computer Networking · 1 month ago
  • Can my phone get hacked?

    Best answer: The only way they can hack your phone is to send you a text message or possibly an email that carries an infection. If you receive a text from someone you don't know, don't open it but give them a call and ask them what it is about. If you receive an email, don't open any attachments. Make sure the email App does not... show more
    Best answer: The only way they can hack your phone is to send you a text message or possibly an email that carries an infection. If you receive a text from someone you don't know, don't open it but give them a call and ask them what it is about. If you receive an email, don't open any attachments. Make sure the email App does not automatically open attachments. If in doubt, delete texts and emails without reading them.
    3 answers · Security · 1 month ago
  • Will a Netgear Router work with AT&T U-Verse Modem?

    Best answer: If the device you call a 'modem' offers WiFi, then it is actually a router although it sounds as though it has an integrated modem built in to it to connect to the incoming ISP line. Assuming the AT&T box is actually a router, then there are some further questions you need to consider: The first question is "Do you... show more
    Best answer: If the device you call a 'modem' offers WiFi, then it is actually a router although it sounds as though it has an integrated modem built in to it to connect to the incoming ISP line. Assuming the AT&T box is actually a router, then there are some further questions you need to consider: The first question is "Do you really need to add an extra router to your network?" The AT&T router should provide you with both Ethernet and WiFi capability. Next, what are you hoping to gain by adding a second router to your network? It can simply extend your existing subnet and provide a second WiFi network. In this scenario, the two WiFi networks can use the SSID (and pass phrase), or you can use a separate network name (SSID) for the second network. My network uses different WiFi network names so I know exactly which network each device is using. The subnet will include the Ethernet and WiFi connections from both routers, and potentially all devices will be able to communicate with the other devices in the subnet. The other alternative is to use the second router to create a second private subnet. Low security users can use the subnet offered by the AT&T router, while devices that you want to better protected can be placed on a different subnet provided by the second router. Whether this is possible depend on the exact type of Netgear router you are talking about. (Why do people never think about including make and model numbers of their network equipment when they ask a question?) Most routers can be configured to work in the first option, while only certain routers can be used in the two subnet configuration. Depending on what you hope to achieve, the next steps will vary. You could add an update to your question (don't submit an answer) to provide answers to the questions I have posed.
    5 answers · Computer Networking · 1 month ago
  • How much data/bandwidth do vpn/proxy extensions in Chrome use compared to no vpn/proxy? Also, do the extensions make the browsing slower?

    Best answer: Unless you have a slow device, a VPN will make little difference to performance. The processing required for encryption and decryption could be significant on a slow PC. In terms of data usage, some VPNs will add a small amount to the transfer amount, while some include compression facilities that reduce data size depending on the type... show more
    Best answer: Unless you have a slow device, a VPN will make little difference to performance. The processing required for encryption and decryption could be significant on a slow PC. In terms of data usage, some VPNs will add a small amount to the transfer amount, while some include compression facilities that reduce data size depending on the type of data being processed. Proxy Servers almost always increase transfer times. This partly because the proxy is a store then forward device and partly because in most cases the proxy will not be in a direct line between you and your target website, so the packets will have to travel much further. For example, if you live in NewYork and you are accessing a site in Chicago, then you don't want to use a proxy in Australia. If you are using an HTTPS connection, then theoretically you have end to end encryption without using a VPN. It is possible for an intermediate server to spoof an HTTPS site, capture the plain text and then use HTTPS again for the rest to the link. The only times a VPN makes serious sense are: 1) You need a secure connection to your place of work. This will be a direct connection without any proxy server. 2) You are having to use public WiFi that is not securely encrypted with WPA2 encryption. Note: in this case you will still be going through a proxy server unless case (1) applies, and the proxy server is a potential intermediate security risk (see above). I hope this helps.
    1 answer · Computer Networking · 6 months ago
  • I need to include the circular c for copyright in my user name on a social media platform how can i get that keyboard.?

    Best answer: You mean the © symbol. Tonight I am using Windows 8.1. I right clicked on a blank part of the taskbar, then in the Toolbar menu item I selected the Touch Keyboard. Now I have the Touch Keyboard icon down by the clock. I click the icon and the keyboard appears. Click on the '&123' key on the touch keyboard to go to the... show more
    Best answer: You mean the © symbol. Tonight I am using Windows 8.1. I right clicked on a blank part of the taskbar, then in the Toolbar menu item I selected the Touch Keyboard. Now I have the Touch Keyboard icon down by the clock. I click the icon and the keyboard appears. Click on the '&123' key on the touch keyboard to go to the numeric and symbols section. Next click on the circle with the right pointing arrow just above the '&123' key. The © symbol is on the top row. I believe Windows 10 has similar features, although Microsoft may have moved things around a bit as they tend to do to confuse users. I hope this helps.
    7 answers · Programming & Design · 2 months ago
  • Like some help regarding servers,my site http://www.hideones.info is on server and the i need some more bandwidth,any suggestion please.?

    Best answer: If the site needs more bandwidth, you need to approach the hosting company you are using. If they cannot provide extra bandwidth, then you may have to find a different hosting site. You should still be able to keep the URL by migrating it to the new host.
    Best answer: If the site needs more bandwidth, you need to approach the hosting company you are using. If they cannot provide extra bandwidth, then you may have to find a different hosting site. You should still be able to keep the URL by migrating it to the new host.
    2 answers · Computer Networking · 2 months ago
  • What happened to this JPEG image ive had on my computer a while?

    Best answer: It might be that you have the colour palette settings for the computer set differently from when you previously viewed it. I see the dots with 32 bit colour, which is the only option on my PC. You might also have a monitor with a different colour balance, saturation or gamma settings that may make the dots more or less visible. I doubt... show more
    Best answer: It might be that you have the colour palette settings for the computer set differently from when you previously viewed it. I see the dots with 32 bit colour, which is the only option on my PC. You might also have a monitor with a different colour balance, saturation or gamma settings that may make the dots more or less visible. I doubt whether the file is corrupted as it would probably show major errors in the image. I found a copy of the book on line, and it seems to have the same dots.
    1 answer · Other - Computers · 2 months ago