• How do I get active Instagram followers?

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    Best answer: 2,000 Active followers for $32
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    37 answers · Other - Internet · 2 days ago
  • Is it normal for a PC to use 3 GB of RAM with no apps open?

    Best answer: I go to 2.7 GB used on startup before I open anything so it is not to abnormal in Windows 10. Along with the other suggestion to check processes, go to the Startup Tab in the Task Manager which indicates which programs are automatically starting. Multiple apps install some processes which automatically run at... show more
    Best answer: I go to 2.7 GB used on startup before I open anything so it is not to abnormal in Windows 10.
    Along with the other suggestion to check processes, go to the Startup Tab in the Task Manager
    which indicates which programs are automatically starting.
    Multiple apps install some processes which automatically run at startup without you doing anything.

    You should review the processes in the Startup tab and you can right click on ones you
    don't think are needed and disable them and check and see if it improves your memorry usage.
    Also, you check if disabling process causes problems with the related application.

    However with 16GB ram, using 3 GB RAM at startup should not slow anything down.
    You should be in good shape.
    6 answers · Other - Hardware · 19 hours ago
  • Best free antivirus?

    9 answers · Security · 6 hours ago
  • My pc is having lots of problems and I have assignments to work on that's on it!?

    I got on today to do some of my animation work. I tried booting up a game called fortnite as a time to take a bit of a break. While I did that it had said error and not loaded so I decided that maybe it has something to do with how I need to update my windows 10 to the latest version. I had pressed update and... show more
    I got on today to do some of my animation work. I tried booting up a game called fortnite as a time to take a bit of a break. While I did that it had said error and not loaded so I decided that maybe it has something to do with how I need to update my windows 10 to the latest version. I had pressed update and restart on my computer and when that had happened all it did was restart and show me a no wifi signal bottom right even if I am using an ethernet cable and the cable was fine. After that, it did not pop up the login screen. I tried opening my bios and opening it in safe mode but all it did was open it to the login again. I waited half an hour and it finally showed me the login and all my files were there but I had no internet, my firewall & network protection was disabled and my audio had problems. Also, all my video files seemed to not open. How can I fix this? I need serious help!
    22 answers · Software · 4 days ago
  • Do i really need to update windows 10?

    13 answers · Software · 2 days ago
  • Hacker pirating on our wifi?

    Best answer: Your router connects your devices to the Internet. Your ISP allocates an external IP address to your router. Your router allocates internal IP addresses to the devices using it. All the devices including the router have a "MAC" address, it only goes one "hop" but can be used to filter out... show more
    Best answer: Your router connects your devices to the Internet.
    Your ISP allocates an external IP address to your router.
    Your router allocates internal IP addresses to the devices using it.
    All the devices including the router have a "MAC" address, it only goes one "hop" but can be used to filter out unwanted devices;
    https://askleo.com/whats_the_difference_between_a_mac_address_and_an_ip_address/
    Have a read of this;
    https://askleo.com/7-steps-to-a-secure-router/
    Wi-Fi only links your router to devices in your house the absence of an Ethernet cable connection so that is not a part of your ISP`s function, their router just provides that facility.
    Your ISP are now legally obliged to warn you if illegal downloads are happening.
    Best of luck with it, regards, Bob UK.
    Nobody got a thumbs down from me by the way, and most of them did not deserve one anyway.
    7 answers · Security · 3 days ago
  • Can a hard drive be read if one of the pins of the built-in SATA power section is broken off?

    I asked a similar question earlier, but I wanted to refine it.
    I asked a similar question earlier, but I wanted to refine it.
    9 answers · Desktops · 1 day ago
  • Computer Help! Can't see any files from flash drive?

    So, I had all of the data from an old computer imported to a flash drive. The computer had a few viruses, but it had a ton of pictures, that I don't have any copies of. When I plugged the hard drive into my laptop and tried to start going through the data, it won't let me see anything. Most of the folders... show more
    So, I had all of the data from an old computer imported to a flash drive. The computer had a few viruses, but it had a ton of pictures, that I don't have any copies of. When I plugged the hard drive into my laptop and tried to start going through the data, it won't let me see anything. Most of the folders are empty, which worries me, but there is one huge file, that I am hoping has everything on it. Can anyone tell me how I can get access to that? Do I need to somehow convert the files? If you need more info let me know, thanks :)
    6 answers · Other - Computers · 3 days ago
  • What does a Product Advisor do?

    I recently applied for a for a product advisor position at a Microsoft retail store.
    I recently applied for a for a product advisor position at a Microsoft retail store.
    7 answers · Software · 19 hours ago
  • Do laptops are meant to eventually stop working no matter how much you take care of it eventually it will stop working?

    Best answer: You are asking 2 separate questions. Laptop batteries don't have an unlimited life. After a certain number of charge/discharge cycles they start to deteriorate and eventually must be replaced. This isn't deliberate - simply a feature of the electrochemical processes that make up the battery. All laptops... show more
    Best answer: You are asking 2 separate questions. Laptop batteries don't have an unlimited life. After a certain number of charge/discharge cycles they start to deteriorate and eventually must be replaced. This isn't deliberate - simply a feature of the electrochemical processes that make up the battery.
    All laptops will fail eventually - a few within the warranty period but after that most last several years until they get to 5-6years old when parts start to fail. Some laptops do have design flaws HP Pavilions of 2008-9 era that were fitted with an Nvidia GS8600 chip failed regularly, Apple Macbook pros with failing graphics chips, failing keyboards etc.
    HTH
    7 answers · Laptops & Notebooks · 23 hours ago
  • I have a question about a Dell Computer?

    My dad got a Dell Optiplex 780 from a friend, and on the tag it says it is supposed to be Windows 7 Operated, but for some reason it has Windows XP on it, and it refuses to work with the Windows XP. He cant factory reset it to get it to work and has been trying to get Windows 7 back on it but no luck since we... show more
    My dad got a Dell Optiplex 780 from a friend, and on the tag it says it is supposed to be Windows 7 Operated, but for some reason it has Windows XP on it, and it refuses to work with the Windows XP. He cant factory reset it to get it to work and has been trying to get Windows 7 back on it but no luck since we don't have a disk or a USB that has a bootable version of it on it. So what can he do to fix this Dell Computer?
    6 answers · Desktops · 12 hours ago
  • Did I kill my cpu?

    Placed a new 8th gen cpu into a 7th gen motherboard and the computer would turn off immediately after I would try to turn it on. Ultimately figured out I goofed and did what I said above. Anyways, I am wondering if that would have hurt or damaged my new cpu as I have a new motherboard otw I plan to identify it for?
    Placed a new 8th gen cpu into a 7th gen motherboard and the computer would turn off immediately after I would try to turn it on. Ultimately figured out I goofed and did what I said above. Anyways, I am wondering if that would have hurt or damaged my new cpu as I have a new motherboard otw I plan to identify it for?
    8 answers · Desktops · 2 days ago
  • Google it or Bing it?

    10 answers · Google · 3 days ago